The World Title race became very interesting on day four of the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal.
Hawaiian Malia Manuel came out firing in Round Four and didn't back down. She'll move on to the Quarterfinals.
The injury replacement-turned-tour-addition surged ahead in Round Two to sweep the field.
WSL analysts break down the battle between Erickson and Quizon for a spot in the Quarters.
The Men's Qualifying Series takes center stage as the QS10000 Billabong Pro Cascais gets underway in Portugal.
Take a tour of Guincho, one of the breaks for Portgual's Cascais Women's Pro.
Courtney Conlogue's odds of catching Tyler Wright may be a long shot at this point, but that's what motivates the Californian.
Tatiana Weston-Webb, Courtney Conlogue, and Tyler Wright got busy setting the pace early in Cascais.
The 44-year-old veteran takes out the Australian rookie with the help of his air game.
Filipe Toledo may have one of the smaller and lighter frames on tour but his moves are oversized -- which is why he's a massive threat.
After several years of trying, Kolohe Andino finally made it past Round Three at his home break.
Stuart Kennedy has returned to his early-season form at Lower Trestles, and Mick Fanning is his latest victim.
Brett Simpson was all smiles after eliminating John John Florence in Round Three.
Filipe Toledo wasn't satisfied with his 3rd-place finish at the Hurley Pro in 2015, and he's doing something about it.
The ladies got their first crack at Lower Trestles on Wednesday, and things got interesting in a hurry.
In a near-repeat of their Fiji battle, the Hawaiian had the Jeep leader on the ropes at Trestles, while Nikki Van Dijk took the win.
The Hawaiian earned a 7.50 -- the high score of her heat -- in tricky conditions to take the win.
Whether Teahupo'o is two feet or 20, the nerves are always high at the Billabong Pro Tahiti.
JJF scored more than one near-perfect ride on the opening day of competition.
Join Filipe Toledo's entourage during his journey through the Vans US Open of Surfing, where the Brazilian won for the second time in three
Chris Cote and Rosy Hodge take a closer look at the 17-year-old Australian's approach.
For Adriano de Souza, a life of true meaning involves goals that are big, bold, and specific.
A bevy of CT stars join the Rebel Surf Club grommets to invade The Point at J-Bay.
The WSL desk crew takes us through the best scoring rides of the J-Bay Open so far.
The Hawaiian dark horse finds a deep tube on his way to a huge Quarterfinal win at the Vans World Cup.
The final day of the Vans World Cup was one for the books, as the race for Samsung Galaxy CT qualification came down to the wire.
Jack Robinson, Bruce Irons and Nathan Florence were among the stars ruling the fun stuff down the beach.
Jordy Smith took top honors at Sunset Beach, while the dust finally settled on the QS qualification race.
Frederico Morais vs. Tanner Gudauskas vs. Jordy Smith vs. Torrey Meister
The South African powers through a thick Sunset wall on his way to a Semifinal win at the Vans World Cup.
Torrey Meister vs. Kelly Slater vs. Jordy Smith vs. Jadson Andre
In Episode 6, Ross Williams breaks down the process behind making it into QS10,000s, the Qualifying Series' most weighted contests.
Frederico Morais vs. Ezekiel Lau vs. Jack Freestone vs. Tanner Gudauskas
Jordy Smith vs. Ethan Ewing vs. Joel Parkinson vs. Jadson Andre
Kelly Slater's uncanny knack for being in the right place at the right time shines again.
Torrey Meister vs. Ian Crane vs. Kelly Slater vs. Jesse Mendes
Billy Kemper vs. Jack Freestone vs. Tanner Gudauskas vs. Wiggolly Dantas
It's not over yet, but Zeke Lau came one step closer to achieving his CT dream.
Deivid Silva vs. Frederico Morais vs. Ezekiel Lau vs. Koa Smith
Joel Parkinson vs. Eli Olson vs. Miguel Pupo vs. Jesse Mendes
In Episode 7, Ross Williams shows who from the Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour needs Triple Crown points to keep their jobs.
Ranked No. 19 on the QS heading into the Vans World Cup, the San Clemente star makes a valiant last-ditch effort at Sunset.