Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Updated: Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Seth Moniz (HAW) breaks into the nine-point range after managing to go vertical in complicated conditions during Round 2 of the Vans World Cup.
The Aussie charger overtakes his Round 2 heat with a 9.43.
Micro scores big on a drainer in Round 3.
Ross Williams explains that - with an end to the action at Sunset - the qualification picture just got a bit clearer.
Highlights from the final day of action at Sunset Beach, in perfect -- and punishing -- conditions.
The Tahitian fought an intense battle to win the Vans World Cup of Surfing, the second event of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.
The Tahitian impressed with a solid tube ride during the Final of the Vans World Cup of Surfing.
Sebastian Zietz (HAW) earned a 9.60 with a spectacular barrel in the Quarter Finals of the Vans World Cup of Surfing.
Dusty Payne (HAW) power carves his way to 9.00 in the Quarterfinals, Heat 1.
The South African earns a 9.93 in the first heat of the day.
See who needs points the most -- and who's guaranteed an elite World Tour spot in 2015.
High-ranked surfers hit the water and competition intensifies as the last QS event of the season narrows to 32 surfers.
The Aussie goofyfooter hacked up a perfect righthander in Round 3 of the Vans World Cup of Surfing.
The Kiwi added a 9.07 to his two-wave total in the final minute of his Round 3 heat.
After two rounds at Sunset Beach, Ross Williams discusses the qualification picture as some big names end their QS season early.
Highlights from Round 2 of the Vans World Cup of Surfing, which saw big action in building swell.
The Australian charger goes on a tour of the break at Sunset.
Dr. Leland Dau updates fans on Parkinson's condition.
Hawaiian Seth Moniz hacked his way to a 9.17 in Round 2.
The Italian ripper scored a nine-point to take the lead in his Round 2 heat.
The San Clemente native notches a midrange nine to take the lead of his Round 2 heat at the Vans World Cup.
The recent winner of the Reef Hawaiian Pro gets personal.
Get the latest on the Qualification Series rankings going into the second event of the Vans Triple Crown.
The second event of the Vans Triple Crown kicked off to 10-to-15-foot waves at Sunset Beach.
The Spanish WCT surfer shares a first-person view of taking on a throaty, Hawaiian righthander.
Find out how the Reef Hawaiian Pro shook up the surfers on the bubble.