Silvana Lima (BRA) is poised for back-to-back results after earning a Semifinal in Los Cabos and finds herself in the Quarterfinals here at
Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) put on a great performance throughout this event, but met her match against fellow goofy-footer Bronte Macaulay
Paige Hareb (NZL) has come close to re-qualifying in the past two seasons but has found a jump-start to her 2016 season with a
This year's Copa El Salvador Impresionante Women's QS6000 has been one for the books with near-perfect conditions every morning.
Coco Ho (HAW) all smiles watching the incoming waves before Round Four got back in the water.
Ellie Brooks (AUS) continued to find her groove and advanced into Round Five behind Silvana Lima (BRA).
Silvana Lima (BRA) blasted through her Round Five heat with a win.
Malia Manuel (HAW) posting another impressive heat total with a 16.93 -- including a 9.00 ride.
Meah Collins (USA) continued her wildcard form and earned a spot into Round Five.
Pauline Ado (FRA) prepares for her Round Four matchup.
Malia Manuel (HAW) and announcer Jamie Meistrell after her Round Four win.
And going on to win the heat with two more excellent numbers, an 8.33 and 8.53
Chelsea Tuach (BRB) opened up with a solid heat lead but Ado was too much for the Bajan and took the win -- both advancing into Round Five.
Unfortunately, Justine DUpont (FRA) couldn't find her form from yesterday's action and went down in Round Four.
Announcer an Men's QS competitor Mitchell Salazar with Pauline Ado (FRA) after her Round Four win.
Alessa Quizon (HAW) continued her incredible form and won her Round Four heat with a 15.10, two-wave total.
(L) Men's QS competitor and WSL announcer Mitchell Salazar (MEX) alongside former WSL competitor, now WSL announcer, Otto Flores (PRI)
Meah Collins (USA)