The judges tower and spectator viewing areas were in for a treat on the final day of competition.
Runner-up Malia Manuel (HAW) (L) and Champion Coco Ho (HAW) (R), joined by Semifinalist Laura Enever (AUS) on stage for the award ceremony.
A feeling Coco Ho (HAW) has been looking for the first half of 2016 that's eluded her thus far.
2016 Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro Champion Coco Ho (HAW)
Malia Manuel (HAW) runner-up at the Supergirl Pro took committed herself to the shorebreak on nearly every wave.
Coco Ho (HAW) prepares for her final matchup with Malia Manuel (HAW)
Semifinalist Laura Enever (AUS) put on a great performance throughout this event, finding her best result yet at Oceanside.
Carissa Moore (HAW) earned an equal third behind Coco Ho (HAW), bowing out in the Semfinals.
Caroline Marks (USA) gave this event a great showing, earning a Quarterfinal result, bowing out to Carissa Moore (HAW)
Surfers were treated to another beautiful morning at Oceanside to begin the second day of competition before the afternoon winds prevailed.
Carissa Moore (HAW) put on a world-class showcase, blasting a 9.00 to earn the event's highest single-wave score thus far.
Macy Callaghan (AUS) had a field day in day two, topping Courtney Conlogue (USA) in Round Five and Alessa Quizon (HAW) in Round Six.
Silvana Lima (BRA) put on an aerial display after solidifying her heat win early on and got the crowd excited for her high-flying antics.
Carissa Moore (HAW) spending time with her fans after celebrating a second heat win on day two.
Former Supergirl Pro champion Malia Manuel (HAW) found her gems in both Round Five and Six to advance into the final day of competition.
Sage Erickson (USA) is looking for a third Supergirl Pro title and is back into another finals day to do so.
14-year-old Caroline Marks (USA) continues to post impressive results and is into Round Seven.
Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) was battling illness and still found her place in the lineup, unfortunately not making it through her debut heat