Sunday, October 14, 2018
Updated: Sunday, October 14, 2018
There was no shortage of drama at this year's Quiksilver/Roxy Pro. Video by: @peterkingphoto
After breaking his foot earlier this year, the Brazilian returns from injury and catches his first wave back at the Surf Ranch.
Hot tub hangs, Kelly on the beach, John and Courtney lighting up the Bells Bowl -- Peter King reports from the Rip Curl Pro.
Peter "PK" King goes behind the scenes at the Quik Pro and Red Bull Airborne events on the Goldie.
Between Seth Moniz qualifying for the 2019 CT and Joel Parkinson rising to the top, there was no shortage of upsets at Haleiwa.
Here are the things you might have missed on Finals day from the MEO Rip Curl Pro.
There was no shortage of drama at this year's Quiksilver/Roxy Pro.
The trials for the upcoming Tahiti Pro Teahupo'o kicked off in classic form.
Catch up on behind the scenes action at the Corona Bali Protected.
Between Filipe Toledo's perfect 10 and Wade Carmichael's steady rise, there was no shortage of drama at this year's Oi Rio Pro.
As expected, there was a fair amount of backstage chatter going on during Finals day at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
The world's best wake up at dawn and score a chilly free-surf in before the start of the 2018 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
John John Florence and Kolohe Andino reflect after the famous Snapper Rocks fall that was (thankfully) caught on video.
When Pipe gets huge, even the world's best have reservations about paddling out. Go behind the scenes at the Volcom Pipe Pro.
Hawaii's coolest contest for kids is in its 23rd year thanks to former Championship Tour star and current big-wave legend Shane Dorian.
Pro surfing fans at Pipeline are as passionate as they come.
A look back to 2017 as Qualifying Series stars react to making the cut for the Championship Tour.
100 percent backroom banter from the MEO Rip Curl Pro.
Supertubos dishes heavyweight portions of punishment.
As expected, there was a healthy dose of mischief happening in Hossegor. Here's your glimpse.
With only three events left on the Championship Tour, there's much more pressure to perform.
Everything you ever wondered about prize money, pee tests, and the secret preparation behind those crazy performances.
For the world's best surfers, everything has to be in order before events like the Hurley Pro.
Just in case you were wondering what it's like to sit in the Teahupo'o channel during the final day of the Billabong Pro Tahiti.
There's no such thing as an average warm-up session on the Championship Tour.
Just when you thought you'd seen everything possible at this year's event in Jeffreys Bay...Enjoy.