Saturday, April 1, 2017
Updated: Saturday, April 1, 2017
Michel Bourez earns a 8.27 against Julian Wilson in Round Five Heat 2.
Italo Ferreira with a 9.5 Wave vs. F.Toledo, 07/19/2019
Italo Ferreira with an 8 Wave vs. F.Toledo, 07/19/2019
Filipe Toledo with a 9 Wave vs. I.Ferreira, 07/19/2019
Gabriel Medina with an 8.07 Wave vs. K.Andino, 07/19/2019
Carissa Moore with an 8.33 Wave vs. C.Marks, 07/19/2019
Italo Ferreira with an 8.5 Wave vs. K.Igarashi, 07/19/2019
Filipe Toledo with an 8.5 Wave vs. S.Zietz, 07/19/2019
Sebastian Zietz with an 8 Wave vs. F.Toledo, 07/19/2019
Gabriel Medina with a 9 Wave vs. O.Wright, 07/19/2019
Shama pushes Jamaican surfing with Olympic aspirations, JJF on YouTube, and Nelson Mandela Day.
The forecast shows potential Finals Day conditions for Friday at J-Bay, the Dock 2.0 off the coast of Mexico, and CI's new surfboard model.
The Quiksilver and Roxy Junior Pro 40 continued with good waves again to complete 26 heats of competition.
Residents in Capbreton have enrolled the help of local artists to educate beach-goers about pollution. The result is a four-faced art
J-Bay on day four, Kolohe Andino's new equipment, Smith brothers take a trip to Mexico and looking old has never been so trendy.
The Quiksilver and Roxy Junior Pro 40 got underway in playful conditions at Capbreton's Santocha to run the opening rounds of men and women
Gabriel Medina, Caroline Marks, Kanoa Igarashi, Filipe Toledo and Carissa Moore out perform at the Corona Open J-Bay.
Lakey Peterson Post Heat QF
Malia Manuel takes down Jeep Leader Sally Fitzgibbons and Finals day is approaching with a promising swell at the Corona Open J-Bay.
Carissa Moore surfed her way into the Semifinals with a 17.67 (9.50 + 8.17), the highest heat total of the women's Corona Open J-Bay.
Lakey Peterson - 8.57
Carissa Moore - 9.50
Carissa Moore - 8.17
Caroline Marks - 8.17
The defending event champion drops an 18.26 (9.43 + 8.83) to enter the Quarterfinals in J-Bay.
Kanoa Igarashi - 9.07