2019 XXL Biggest Wave Nominee: Carlos Burle at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 26, 2018. Video by Marcus Rodrigues.
2019 Wipeout of the Year Nominee: Makua Rothman at Cloudbreak, Fiji on May 22, 2018. Video by Taylor Curran.
2019 Wipeout of the Year Nominee: Lucas Chianca at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on November 27, 2018. Video by Marcus Rodrigues.
CT surfers talking CT stops. A competitors guide to every break on Tour.
Australian legend Mick Fanning has emotional retirement and Steph Gilmore eyes a fourth Bells trophy.
See what it takes to bag a 10-point ride in the modern era of competition at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
The world's best surfers will take on the legacy and power of this iconic venue for stop #2 on the 2019 CT. Watch Live April 17 -27.
Rising star Italo Ferreira and Queen of the Gold Coast Stephanie Gilmore win the 2018 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
See how Slater's boards have changed over the years at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
Between Fanning's retirement, Ferreira's win and Gilmore's fourth Bells trophy ... the 2018 Rip Curl Pro will remain one to remember.
The Brazilian is arguably in the best form of his career so far, racking up huge scores for waves like this one at Bells.
Ronnie and Vaughan Blakey dive deep into the life of Australian surf legend Mick Fanning. Produced by Surfing Australia.
From perfect rides to wipeouts, Ronnie and Vaughan unveil the best of the notorious North Shore event. Produced by Surfing Australia.
Ronnie and Vaughan dive into the career of recently retired king of style - World Champ Joel Parkinson. Produced by Surfing Australia.
The Blakey boys are back to reminisce about the legendary Rip Curl video series that paved the way for the modern freesurf career.
WSL Commentators break down the Final battle of the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast between Italo Ferreira and Kolohe Andino.
Italo Ferreira soars to steal a last minute Final win. Caroline Marks takes the Jeep Leader jersey after the first event of the season.
17-year-old Caroline Marks takes her first event win and Italo Ferreira overthrows Kolohe Andino in the Final of the Quik/Boost Mobile Pro.
Progressive aerial surfing by Toledo, Ferreira, Smith, and Medina dominated the Top 5 Waves of the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast.
Watch 17-year-old power house Caroline Marks vanquish 3x World Champ Carissa Moore in the Final at the Boost Mobile Pro Gold Coast.
High-flying phenom Italo Ferreira turns the Final with a buzzer to become new World No. 1, denying Kolohe Andino his first CT win.
Get chaired up with Caroline Marks and Italo Ferreira as they celebrate their victories at the Quiksilver and Boost Mobile Pro Gold Coast.
It's Finals day at the Quik Pro and Jordy Smith isn't slowing down. The South African overthrows Gabriel Medina in the Quarterfinals.
WSL represents thousands of athletes and various tours spanning six continents. Dive into the important storylines for the upcoming season.
Lead by 2x World Champ Gabriel Medina, the Brazilian storm is dominating professional surfing.
With seven World Titles under her belt, will Gold Coast legend Steph Gilmore have what it takes to win another Title?
From the serenity of the Tahitian landscape to the man made waves of the Surf Ranch, there is no shortage of perfect barrels to be had.
The surfers competing on the WSL Big Wave Tour push the limits of what is humanly possibly in the ocean.
For Medina, it all came down to Pipe.
Welcome to the 2019 Season Preview and catch up on the thrilling moments from the WSL Championship Tour and Big Wave Tour.
Watch Nikki Van Dijk, the Jeep® Brand and Girl Guides Australia team up to "Make a Wave" in their communities. Nikki takes the girls on an
Watch Filipe Toledo, the Jeep® Brand and A Walk On Water "Make a Wave" by providing surf therapy to children with disabilities. The Jeep
The Jeep® Brand and Jordy Smith partner with Surfers Not Street Children to "Make a Wave" in the community of Durban, South Africa. Jordy
The North Shore Community of Kauai was devastated by heavy rains and flooding in 2018. Many residents saw their lives and possessions
This is what life on the WSL Championship Tour looked like and felt like for Julian Wilson, Lakey Peterson, Jordy Smith and Carissa Moore.
As the surfers make preparations to travel to their next event in France for the Quiksilver & Roxy Pro, they reflect on their season so far.
The surfers have arrived in France for the 2018 Quiksilver & Roxy Pro.
Now it's time for Wilson, Peterson, Moore, and Smith to take on the best in the world at the 2018 Quiksilver & Roxy Pro France.
Peterson and Moore regroup before the final event of their 2018 season in Maui, while the pressure is on for Smith and Wilson in Portugal.
Smith, Moore, Willson and Peterson spend quality time with family, friends, and coaches before the final two events of the year in Hawaii.
The Championship Tour has made it to Hawaii for the final two events of the 2018 season. This is part one of the All In season finale.
The final event of the season at Billabong Pipe Masters. Wilson battles for his first World Title and Smith wants the Vans Triple Crown.
See the 2019 Championship Tour season kick off from the annual gala event on the Gold Coast.
Nominees are Carissa Moore, Sally Fitzgibbons, Tatiana Weston-Webb and Stephanie Gilmore.
Nominees are Gabriel Medina, Griffin Colapinto, Italo Ferreira, Filipe Toledo and Julian Wilson.
Nominees are Carissa Moore, Silvana Lima, Lakey Peterson and Tyler Wright.
Filipe Toledo, Julian Wilson, John John Florence, Julian Wilson and Griffin Colapinto.
Carissa Moore vs. Courtney Conlogue, Stephanie Gilmore vs. Caroline Marks and Tyler Wright vs. Tatiana Weston-Webb.
Nominees are Gabriel Medina vs. Conner Coffin, Julian Wilson vs. Jordy Smith and Filipe Toledo vs. Ryan Callinan.
Congratulations to the 2018 World Champion and Fan Favorite Award winner, Gabriel Medina.
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.
After breaking his foot earlier this year, the Brazilian returns from injury and catches his first wave back at the Surf Ranch.
The trials for the upcoming Tahiti Pro Teahupo'o kicked off in classic form.
Here are a few things you might have missed 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.
The world class surfer who boxes, has a green thumb, and gets...seasick?
Get to know the Australian 2018 Quicksilver Pro Gold Coast Champion.
Get to know the Brazillian goofy-footer and 2009 Rookie on the Championship Tour.
Get to know the blonde Brazilian goofy-footer from Gauruja.
Get to know the Californian 2018 Roxy Gold Coast Champion.
Meet the humble Australian and 2017 rookie on Tour.
Get to know the Brazillian/American goofy footer from Kauai.
Meet the young Huntington-based CT competitor and back-to-back US Open Champ.
Robo leads the pack when things get heavy, which he proved during the 2019 Volcom Pipe Pro.
This Australian rookie has been one of the biggest surprises this season...but he shouldn't be.
Tour stars open up about the high-flying Brazilian and his impact.
The battle-tested Brazilian has been betting big on himself for years...and he's not done.
With his powerful brand of surfing and genuine aloha spirit Zeke Lau is a welcome addition to the Championship Tour.
Long pegged for greatness, the young Californian's rise to World No. 4 was not without its struggles.
The first Italian ever to join the Championship Tour has all the makings of a contender.
Laura Enever has taken some hits in 2016, but as the women's CT star proved at the Pe'ahi Challenge, nothing can keep this girl down.
The world's best surfers return for Stop No. 1 on the Championship Tour.
The first specialty event of its kind makes history at the Surf Ranch in Lemoore, California.
The Saquarema crowd is as intense as ever for the victory of their local hero, Filipe Toledo.
After 5 years away from Indonesia, the Tour returned to Keramas for the 2018 showdown.
Increased shark activity at Margaret River prompted a relocation to Uluwatu to wrap Stop No. 5.
The top 17 women go head-to-head in textbook Huntington conditions.
The right point at Jeffrey's Bay is always an athlete favorite and 2018 was no different.