Women's CT 2023#11
Avg. heat score8.73
|Billabong Pro Pipeline||9th||2,610||Tyler Wright|
|Hurley Pro Sunset Beach||9th||2,610||Brisa Hennessy|
|MEO Rip Curl Portugal Pro||5th||4,745||Courtney Conlogue|
|Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach||-||-||-|
The former two-time World Title runner-up found a crucial Elimination Round win to advance and keep her 2023 CT dreams alive.
Championship Tour star Sally Fitzgibbons returns to the pod to talk about the upcoming Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach and beyond.
Moore and Medina leave Australia with a huge lead on the leaderboard, but there are some new names giving chase as race for Final 5 heats
Facing 2x World Champ Tyler Wright, Fitzgibbons drops an excellent 9.10 score to secure her first Final for the season.
From Title chases, to endurance races, to long-standing endemic support, Fitzgibbons breaks down what Tour life means to her.
Mick Fanning's first wave in six months, the WSL supports Resolution No. 20-12, and Shane Dorian firing up the next generation.
The 16-year-old phenom and one of 2022's most in-form surfers claimed massive wins in unruly conditions at Snapper Rocks.
After an all-time day of surfing in epic conditions at the Rip Curl WSL Finals, Moore and Medina are now the 2021 World Champions.
Fitzgibbons has come close to winning a World Title more than once, but 2021 may be her best opportunity yet to achieve her dream.
For 7x World Champ Gilmore, this marks her 32nd CT victory, while rookie Robinson gets his first view from the top of the podium.
With all the attention on the Brazilian Storm, could the Aussies fly under the radar and score Olympic gold?
Surfing is such a big part of Australia's culture that the four athletes could become legends at the Games.
|Year||Rank||Points||Events||Heats||Max heat score||Best result|
First season2008 Women's QS
Age32 Dec 19, 1990
Height5 ft, 7 in 170 cm
Weight132 lbs 60 kg
HometownGerroa, New South Wales, Australia