Today is a round-robin team competition format. Results will be updated throughout the day.
Final Overall Leaderboard:
- Team California - 24 points
- Team US - 21 points
Final Team Leaderboard:
- Team Lakey - 15 points
- Team Tatiana - 10 points
- Team Caroline - 9 points
- Team Zoe - 6 points
- Team Sage - 6 points
- Team Courtney - 4 points
- Team Alyssa - 3 points
- Team Carissa - 1 points
Round 1 Results: (2 points for overall and individual team)
- Heat 1: Team Lakey (California) 24.80 DEF. Team Zoe (US) 23.46
- Heat 2: Team Courtney (California) 24.20 DEF. Team Caroline (US) 19.70
- Heat 3: Team Tatiana (US) 21.19 DEF. Team Sage (California) 19.96
- Heat 4: Team Alyssa (California) 24.19 DEF. Team Carissa (US) 21.17
Round 2 Results: (2 points for overall and individual team)
- Heat 1: Team Sage (California) 25.10 DEF. Team Caroline (US) 20.33
- Heat 2: Team Lakey (California) 27.80 DEF. Team Tatiana (USA) 24.30
- Heat 3: Team Zoe (USA) 21.10 DEF. Team Alyssa (USA) 19.80
- Heat 4: Team Courtney (California) 27.30 DEF. Team Carissa (US) 24.20
Round 3 Results: (4 points for overall and individual team)
- Heat 1: Team Lakey (California) 25.30 DEF. Team Caroline (US) 18.70
- Heat 2: Team Tatiana (US) 23.20 DEF. Team Alyssa (California) 17.60
- Heat 3: Team Zoe (US) 23.43 DEF. Team Courtney (California) 20.13
- Heat 4: Team Sage (California) 23.00 DEF. Team Carissa (US) 19.96
Day 1 Results
- Full Replay | Day 1 | Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro
- Future Olympians, Hometown Heroes Shine On Pro Surfing's Return To California Waters
The Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro specialty event is set to return pro surfing to California's coastline October 3-4. This marks the first all-women's event of the year and features some of the world's best ready to ignite competition. The unique team format will bring Team California vs Team Rest of U.S. contests featuring 16 world-class surfers from CA, HI and FLA competing head-to-head to help answer the age-old question: Which state produces the best surfers?
"Everyone is so excited about this event," said 2018 Super Girl Pro champion Moore. "I've always been inspired by the message behind Super Girl, and it's incredible to have a contest like this that focuses entirely on women's surfing. I am thrilled to be back in the ocean competing, and the contest format seems really fun."
Team Rest of U.S.
Also featured will be the incredibly talented adaptive women including 2010 Paralympic Sportswoman of the Year Alana Nicholes, 2020 Women's AMPSurf ISA Para Surfing World Championships Gold Medalist Olivia Stone, first-ever ISA World Championship female medalist, Darian Bailey Haynes, and more.