Competition continues and the event top seeds join the rest of the field during Round 3 of the SEAT Pro Netanya.
The SEAT Pro Netanya starts in super playful waves and runs through the opening round with a couple of big scorers.
See the best paddle-in waves from the Dec. 17th session. Video by Powerlines Productions.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Angelo Lozano at Puerto Escondido, Mexico on August 16, 2018. Video by Yana Vaz.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Grant Baker at Seal Reef, South Africa on July 7, 2018. Angle 2 land video by Adrian Charles.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Justine Dupont at Nazare, Portugal on November 9, 2018. Video by Antione Chicoye.
See the best tow-in waves from the Dec. 17th session. Video by Powerlines Productions.
The British Big Wave competitor takes on heavy conditions during a freesurf at Nazaré, Portugal.
Follow Medina through four rounds of commanding scores as he wins his second World Title and his first Pipe Masters.
The newly-crowned World Champion reacts to his second Title win (2014, 2018) at the Billabong Pipe Masters.
The 2018 Championship Tour season is officially over. The WSL desk crew breaks it down.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Tim West at Mavericks, California on December 17, 2018. Video by Curt Myers.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry : Kai Lenny at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 26, 2018. Wave 2, Angle 1. Video by Marcus Rodrigues.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Pedro Calado at Puerto Escondido, Mexico on August 16, 2018. Video by Yana Vaz.
2019 Wipeout of the Year Entry: Wilem Banks at Mavericks, California on December 17, 2018. Video by Curt Myers.
2019 Wipeout of the Year Entry: Lucas Chianca at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 26, 2018. Angle 2. Video by Marcus Rodrigues.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry : Carlos Burle at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 26, 2018. Video by Marcus Rodrigues.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry: Grant Baker at Mavericks, California on December 17, 2018. Video by Curt Myers.
2019 Ride of the Year Entry : Kai Lenny at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 26, 2018. Wave 2, Angle 2. Video by WSL Video Team.
The world class surfer who boxes, has a green thumb, and gets...seasick?
Meet the 2014 Billabong Pipe Master from Australia.
Get to know the Brazillian goofy-footer and 2009 Rookie on the Championship Tour.
Get to know the blonde Brazilian goofy-footer from Gauruja.
Get to know the talented Californian and 2018 Roxy Gold Coast Champion.
Meet the humble Australian and 2017 rookie on Tour.
Get to know the Brazillian/American goofy footer from Kauai.
Meet the young Huntington-based CT competitor and back-to-back US Open Champ.
Between Seth Moniz qualifying for the 2019 CT and Joel Parkinson rising to the top, there was no shortage of upsets at Haleiwa.
Here are the things you might have missed on Finals day from the MEO Rip Curl Pro.
There was no shortage of drama at this year's Quiksilver/Roxy Pro.
After breaking his foot earlier this year, the Brazilian returns from injury and catches his first wave back at the Surf Ranch.
The trials for the upcoming Tahiti Pro Teahupo'o kicked off in classic form.
Here are a few things you might have missed at the Corona Bali Protected.
Between Filipe Toledo's perfect 10 and Wade Carmichael's steady rise, there was no shortage of drama at this year's Oi Rio Pro.
As expected, there was a fair amount of backstage chatter going on during Finals day at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
Relive the event. Heat by heat. At your own pace.
Bicampeão! Gabriel Medina just became the first Brasilian in history to win two World Titles.
Gabriel Medina claims his second World Title and first Pipe Masters title over Julian Wilson on Finals day.
Filipe Toledo is eliminated by Kelly Slater in R3 of the Billabong Pipe Masters, now only Gabriel Medina and Julian Wilson can win it all.
A day of solid swell saw the completion of rounds 2 and 3.
The Pipe Invitational champ from Australia earns the top scoring wave of the early elimination round.
Robo may only be ranked No. 56 on the QS but he's leading the pack when things get heavy, which he proved this week at the Rip Curl Cup.
This Australian rookie has been one of the biggest surprises this season...but he shouldn't be.
Tour stars open up about the high-flying Brazilian and his impact.
The battle-tested Brazilian has been betting big on himself for years...and he's not done.
With his powerful brand of surfing and genuine aloha spirit Zeke Lau is a welcome addition to the Championship Tour.
Long pegged for greatness, the young Californian's rise to World No. 4 was not without its struggles.
The first Italian ever to join the Championship Tour has all the makings of a contender.
Laura Enever has taken some hits in 2016, but as the women's CT star proved at the Pe'ahi Challenge, nothing can keep this girl down.
Ending the season ranked No.9 in the World, the Australian is your official 2018 Rookie of the Year.
16-year-old rookie of the year winner Caroline Marks might be the youngest CT rookie in history...but she doesn't surf like it.
Willian Cardoso - 5.67
The rookie sensation stakes a claim in the finals.
The Brazillian earns one of the highest scores of the men's Qualifying Round at the Surf Ranch Pro.
Early round take-down by the rookie
Early rounds action from the Ranch
Follow WSL's Felipe Marcondes as he covers 2018 Gold Coast.
Behind-the-scenes look at the athletes and early rounds of the 2018 Gold Coast event.
Felipe Marcondes hangs with Italo Ferreira during 2018 Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast.
It's finals day, and the production crew sets up in Kirra. Subtitled.
Let's hit the town! There's a music festival, waves caught, koalas, and brain-freezes. Subtitled.
Take a tour of WSL headquarters in Santa Monica, California. Yew! Subtitled.
Checking in at Lost Surfboards in San Clemente. Subtitled.
Behind the scenes at Surf Ranch in Lemoore, California. Subtitled.
Fan voting - best heats of the year 2014 WSL awards - hi res
The 2016 season opens with some solid surfing from the world's best.
The one-hour, narrated version of a classic WSL event.
Rotations and airs dominate the scorecards in Rio.
Mid-season, and the world's best face off against the mythic wave known at Cloudbreak.
The Tour pulls into Surf City, USA for an absolute classic women's surfing event.
The remarkable and menacing Teahupo'o is the ultimate surfing challenge.