Friday, May 24, 2019
Updated: Sunday, May 26, 2019
Kanoa Igarashi - 6.50
The Australian's love affair with Brazil continues as she wins the Oi Rio Pro over Carissa Moore in the Final.
It was a Finals day to remember as Filipe Toledo and Sally Fitzgibbons claim the Oi Rio Pro in front of a massive crowd.
Filipe Toledo with an 8.67 Wave vs. J.Smith, 06/23/2019
Filipe Toledo with a 9.37 Wave vs. J.Smith, 06/23/2019
Sally Fitzgibbons with an 8.67 Wave vs. C.Moore, 06/23/2019
Jordy Smith with an 8.23 Wave vs. K.Andino, 06/23/2019
Filipe Toledo with an 8.67 Wave vs. F.Morais, 06/23/2019
Current World No. 2 builds momentum towards his first event win after defeating Gabriel Medina in the Quarterfinals.
Stephanie Gilmore with a 9 Wave vs. C.Moore, 06/23/2019
Julian Wilson with an 8 Wave vs. F.Morais, 06/23/2019
After possibly re-injuring his knee in the Round of 16, the current Jeep Leader plays it safe and withdraws from the remainder of the event.
Sally Fitzgibbons with an 8 Wave vs. L.Peterson, 06/23/2019
Barrinha barrels on tap in Rio, JJF goes big, Slater and Toledo rematch, Stephanie Gilmore shines, and Rising Tides inspires.
Filipe Toledo overthrows Kelly Slater and after three massive days of competition, Finals day is set for Sunday at the Oi Rio Pro.
Kolohe Andino, Julian Wilson, Filipe Toledo, and Kelly Slater put on a jaw-dropping performance at Barrinha.
Kolohe Andino Post Heat Interview R16
Jordy Smith Post Heat Interview R16
Stephanie Gilmore Post Heat Interview R16
The current Jeep Leader negotiates a difficult section and potentially re-injures his leg in the Round of 16 at the Oi Rio Pro.
Kolohe Andino with an 8.07 Wave vs. D.Silva, 06/22/2019
Massive scores and epic conditions wrap up Finals Day
In the highly-anticipated Saquarema Super Heat, Slater puts down a 9.50 against defending event champ Filipe Toledo at Barrinha.
Julian Wilson - 8.33
Filipe Toledo - 8.67