The Jeep Leader got the job done in Round One against Kanoa Igarashi and wildcard Mason Ho.
Monday, October 30, 2017
Updated: Monday, October 30, 2017
Recently crowned WSL Hawaii/Tahiti Nui Junior Champ Barron Mamiya lands the top score of the day, a near-perfect 9.0, and advances through Round 1 and 2, while defending event winner Mason Ho moves on to Round 3.
The first QS10,000 of the season, the Ballito Pro pres. by Billabong launches in decent conditions to wrap up the opening round.
The best action from Day 2 of the Volcom Pipe Pro
Join some of the world's best big-wave riders for the opening ceremony of the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau.