Saturday, June 22, 2019
Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Barrinha barrels on tap in Rio, John John Florence goes big, Kelly Slater and Filipe Toledo rematch, Stephanie Gilmore shines, and Rising Tides inspires.
John John Florence - 7.43
Kelly Slater to compete at the ISA World Surfing Games, 12-year-old Naiki Vaast charges Teahupo'o, and JJF is back in the water.
John John Florence takes first steps post knee injury, J-Bay off for the day and Sal Masekela explores his South African heritage.
Today's action from J-Bay, John John Florence injury update, Carissa Moore spreads Aloha, and the Puerto Escondido Cup.
The Junior Pro 40 will welcome Europe's best under-18 surfers back in Les Landes from July 17-21, 2019.
JJF's injury opens up the leaderboard, Conner Coffin's Sound Waves Ep. drops, Mick and Parko score Snapper, and the Ballito Pro heats up.
An official update on John John Florence's ongoing injury.
Stab High winners announced, go behind the scenes with JJF on the Gold Coast, Ala Moana Bowls lights up, and some Hawaiian hand fishing.
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.
Barrinha barrels on tap in Rio, JJF goes big, Slater and Toledo rematch, Stephanie Gilmore shines, and Rising Tides inspires.
In 2017 Kolohe Andino and John Florence met in the Finals at Margaret River with Florence coming out on top. Today history repeated itself.
John John Florence - 9.00
John John Florence - 9.23
John John Florence - 8.50
John John Florence - 8.17
John John Florence - 6.83
John John Florence - 6.67
John John Florence - 7.67
The Jeep Leader moves into the Round of 32 after stomping an authoritative full rotor to kick off the Corona Bali Protected.
With the Bali Corona Protected starting on May 13, see what it takes to bag a 10-point ride at the famed high-performance right pointbreak.
Kelly Slater, Josh Kerr and John Florence face-off in a historic heat at the 2013 Oakley Bali Pro.
John Florence is back on the Championship Tour after a 2018 injury and hungrier than ever for his third World Title.
John John Florence - 7.63
After an injury plagued 2018 season, John is back to claim his first spot on the Bells Beach stairs after taking down Toledo in the Final.
John John Florence - 9.43