The Brazilian's aerials dominated the MEO Rip Curl Pro, while Finals Day losses by Medina and Wilson mean the title race is still on.
Gabriel Medina is still the man to beat, being chased by former Pipe Master Julian Wilson and fellow countryman Filipe Toledo.
Italo Ferreira claims his first-ever MEO Rip Curl Pro win in 2018. The WSL desk crew breaks down Finals day from Peniche.
All condition types throughout the event in Peniche, Portugal.
The Brazilian makes waves at the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal.
Current World No. 4 earns a 9.30 to overtake Gabriel Medina in the Semifinals - ending Medina's hopes of claiming the Title in Peniche.
In front of a massive hometown crowd, Duru makes it to the Finals of the MEO Rip Curl Pro and jumps to No. 23 on the rankings.
Frenchman Joan Duru takes the heat win and the current World No. 3 bows out in the Quarterfinals of the MEO Rip Curl Pro.
The World No. 1 earns an 8.33 to eliminate Matt Wilkinson in the Quarterfinals of the MEO Rip Curl Pro.
Gabriel Medina and Julian Wilson will join Jordy Smith and John John Florence in a World Title showdown at Pipeline.
In 2017, Gabriel Medina and Julian Wilson clawed their way into the World Title race in Portugal, setting up a huge Hawaiian showdown.
New World No. 2 Gabriel Medina's path to the Final in Portugal.