Women's CT 2023#15
Avg. heat score6.86
Avg. wave score2.25
|Billabong Pro Pipeline||9th||2,610||Molly Picklum|
|Hurley Pro Sunset Beach||9th||2,610||Molly Picklum|
|MEO Rip Curl Portugal Pro||9th||2,610||Molly Picklum|
The Australian Isabella Nichols overtook CT veteran Lakey Peterson and 2022 Rookie of the Year Gabriela Bryan in convincing form.
Margaret River is a battle for survival... adding to it all is the new mid-season cut, which will reduce the Championship Tour competitors
Every 8 and up aka all the excellent waves. Watch the CT put their rails to work at unruly and immaculate Main Break.
WSL Championship Tour rookie Isabella Nichols talks about her unique first season on tour, pursuing her education while chasing her dream
Avoiding elimination, Nichols dropping a pair of solid scores to move into the next round of the Rip Curl Rottnest Search presented by
Isabella Nichols is about to surf her first event as a full-time Championship Tour athlete, at a wave she's never been to before.
During the most recent Championship Tour season, there were several major upsets.
After an exceptional Australian leg, which saw her make her first Finals appearance there's a chance the Rookie could break into the Final
After being forced to sit out 2020, Cibilic, McGillivray and Nichols have showed they've long been Championship Tour ready.
WSL Leaderboard frontrunners Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore set the pace at Strickland Bay, but there are more high-powered heats on tap.
After mixed results in New South Wales, Nichols will head west with a clear head and a recharged sense of purpose.
Italo Ferreira and Carissa Moore have won the Rip Curl Newcastle Cup presented by Corona in commanding, spectacular fashion.
|Year||Rank||Points||Events||Heats||Max heat score||Best result|
First season2013 Women's JR
Age25 Aug 20, 1997
Height5 ft, 9 in 175 cm
Weight147 lbs 67 kg
HometownCoolum Beach, Queensland, Australia