A marathon Finals Day concluded with North America No. 1 Sawyer Lindblad overpowering the field on the way to her first-ever Super Girl win
Lindblad becomes youungest Super Girl QS victor, defeats Caroline Marks in the Final as Marks earns Air Force, highest single-scoring wave
The now 17-year-old overtook defending event victor Caroline Marks in defining fashion to become the youngest Super Girl winner.
Sawyer Lindblad's near-perfection, Sakura Johnson leads hungry Hawaii/Tahiti Nui contingent, plus former Super Girl victors Caroline Marks,
Hungry Hawaii/Tahiti Nui field challenges North America's top-tier talents, Sawyer Lindblad drops near-perfection, Bettylou Sakura Johnson
The Vans US Open of Surfing victor took control of the Round of 64 and 32, posting 14+ heat totals in both affairs on her way to Finals Day.
The current North America No.1's decimating backhand attack led to the event's first 9+ score of the event and a 15.50 heat total.
The Kauai, Hawaii proven Qualifying Series competitor took control of her Super Girl, Round of 64 debut with a jaw-dropping 15.17,
The next generation made their mark amid proven QS competitors at Oceanside.