Citing an ongoing injury and the upcoming birth of a child, the pair withdrew and will be replaced by Xavier Huxtable and Reef Heazlewood.
No event on the WSL elite tour has a richer history than Bells. Come see why.
After six weeks Down Under, how is the 2018 Championship Tour shaping up?
How favorites crumbled and rookies rumbled, and what it means for the Margaret River Pro.
The Brazilian powerhouse takes down the three-time World Champ, for his first-ever Championship Tour win at Bells Beach.
O potiguar de Baía Formosa badalou o sino do troféu da vitória sobre o ídolo Mick Fanning na final da sua despedida do Circuito.
The three-time World Champ more than lived up to his legend-status for his last Championship Tour event at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
The Brazilian goofyfooter earns the highest heat score of the year so far with a 17.86, eliminating Ezekiel Lau in the Quarterfinals.
After 17 years on the Championship Tour, the final curtain for the Australian legend is dropping at the place it all began -- Bells Beach.
Silvana Lima já passou para as semifinais e Gabriel Medina e Italo Ferreira ganharam as duas últimas vagas para as quartas de final.
Upsets abounded Tuesday at Bells before the sun even broke through. Then, the contest moved to Winki for more.
The Tour sophomore defeated Florence in an all-Hawaiian Round 3 battle at Bells Tuesday morning.
O paulista Jessé Mendes foi o único brasileiro a competir e perdeu para Owen Wright.
Cinco brasileiros venceram suas primeiras baterias, com o potiguar Italo Ferreira ganhando a maior nota do campeonato.
The Kauaian is the first one to break through at the Rip Curl Pro with this 8.17, which eliminated Brazilian Ian Gouveia.
A sexta-feira amanheceu com boas ondas de 4-5 pés em Winkipop para dar a largada no Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
The youngest rookie on Tour just took down Brazilian wunderkind Filipe Toledo in Round 1 at Winkipop.
The two-time World Champ won his Round 1 heat and earned one of the highest scores of the day at the Rip Curl Pro.
Mick Fanning, Tyler Wright, Lakey Peterson, John John Florence and Jordy Smith on their plans for the second event of the 2018 season.
Gabriel Medina, Italo Ferreira e Ian Gouveia, vão disputar uma bateria 100% brasileira na rodada classificatória em Bells.