A solid swell built overnight provides big sections for some of the World's best surfers to exploit.
Sunday, September 4, 2016
Updated: Sunday, September 4, 2016
Another solid swell hits Pantin to decide the women's finalists and remaining 16 men in contention at Pantin Classic Galicia Pro.
More from Pantin:
Day 1 | Highlights
Day 2 | Highlights
Day 3 | Highlights
Day 4 | Highlights
The Australian claims his first QS10,000 win in Azores on an exciting final day of action.
A smaller two-to-three foot swell allowed competition to resume on Day 3 and help decide the last 16 surfers in contention at the SATA
Santa Barbara delivered solid, three-to-four foot waves for the SATA Azores Pro QS 10,000, to wrap up Round 2.