SLS Super Crown World Championship 2019
11/01/2019 - 13/01/2019
Grind for Life Series at Saint Petersburg
19/01/2019 - 19/01/2019
The 24-Hour Homestead-Miami Ultraskate
18/01/2019 - 19/01/2019
FIS World Cup Slopestyle Qualification, Secret Garden, China 2018
19/12/2018 - 19/12/2018
FIS World Cup Slopestyle, Secret Garden, China 2018
20/12/2018 - 20/12/2018
Mt Hood Series - Mt. Hood Meadows - Rail Jam #1 2018
22/12/2018 - 22/12/2018
Men's Billabong Pipe Masters 2018
08/12/2018 - 20/12/2018
Vans Triple Crown of Surfing 2018
12/11/2018 - 20/12/2018
THE Quemao Class 2018
20/10/2018 - 20/12/2018
Industry and event happenings
- Brazilian Superstar Clinches Second WSL Title Over Australian Julian Wilson - Jesse Mendes Claims Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Title - Coco Ho Wins Women's Pipe Invitational -
Gabriel Medina (BRA) celebrates his second World Title victory at the Billabong Pipe Masters.
Honolulu’s Ezekiel Lau (HAW) claimed victory today at the World Surf League (WSL) Vans World Cup of Surfing Qualifying Series (QS) 10,000 event, the second stop of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, after a dramatic day of competition unfolded in solid 12-15ft. surf at Sunset Beach. Today’s triumph marks Lau’s second Vans World Cup win (his first in 2013) and a massive achievement for the Hawaiian after defeating an international field of 128 top-ranked athletes, including Jesse Mendes (BRA), who earned runner up, Joan Duru (FRA) in third and Griffin Colapinto (USA) in fourth.
Ezekiel Lau (HAW) takes the Vans World Cup win in maxing Sunset Beach conditions.
South African Steven Sawyer (ZAF) has just taken out the 2018 WSL World Longboard Championship at the Taiwan Open of Surfing in clean, 2-to-3 foot waves at Jinzun Harbour. Sawyer came up against Longboarding legend Kai Sallas (HAW) in an incredible 25 minute Final.
Your 2018 World Longboard Champion Steven Sawyer (ZAF) on the winner's podium at the Taiwan Open World Longboard Championship.
Jinzun Harbour, Taitung/Taiwan (Saturday, December 1, 2018) - 17-year-old Soleil Errico (USA) has won the 2018 WSL Women’s World Longboard Championship at the Taiwan Open of Surfing in a thrilling Final against Rachael Tilly (USA) at Jinzun Harbour. The Californian pair went toe-to-toe in clean 2-to-3 foot perfect longboarding waves.
2018 Women's World Longboard Champion Soleil Errico (USA) alongside runner-up and fellow Californian Rachael Tilly (USA) on the podium at the Taiwan Open of Surfing.
Stephanie Gilmore made history today at the Beachwaver Maui Pro in Hawaii, clinching a record-equalling seventh World Surf League (WSL) Women’s World Title.
Australia's Stephanie Gilmore on her way to claiming her seventh and record-equalling World Surf League (WSL) Women's World Title in Hawaii today.
Today, the World Surf League (WSL) Big Wave Tour (BWT) has issued a Green Alert for the Jaws Challenge at Pe'ahi, Hawaii to run on Monday, November 26, 2018. The first call will be made at 7:30 a.m. local time (HST) on Monday.
The nation’s best junior surfers are primed and ready to do battle at the 2018 Surf Dive ‘n Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula from December 1st.
Grayson Hinrichs on his way to winning a national title at the 2017 Surf Dive 'n Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles.
17-year-old Mateus Herdy earns runner up... Seth Moniz officially qualifies for 2019 Championship Tour... Next stop, Vans World Cup of Surfing Nov 25 - Dec 6th...
Joel Parkinson is chaired up the beach after winning against a youthful trio of QS competitors.
Nazare pumps massive waves for picture-perfect big wave day.
Grant Baker lifting his trophy after the Nazare Challenge 2018.
Australian Niki Van Dijk (AUS) has taken out the 2018 Port Stephens Toyota Pro World Surf League Qualifying Series 6000 event in clean waves at Birubi Beach. It was an exciting day of competition as the race for spots on the 2019 Championship Tour almost reached its climax.
Australian duo Nikki Van Dijk and Macy Callaghan on the podium at the final Women's QS event of the year, the Port Stephens Toyota Pro.
The New Zealand Junior Surfing Team has finished twelfth at the VISSLA ISA World Junior Championship completed early this week in California, USA.
Australia’s best stand up paddle boarders will congregate on the Gold Coast this Friday for the 5-day 2018 Hyundai Australian SUP Titles presented by SAE group, to be held in Currumbin.
Shakira Westdorp winning a national title at the 2017 Hyundai Australian SUP Titles held on the Gold Coast
- Japan's Keanu Kamiyama earns Boys U-18 Gold to boost Japan to overall Team Gold - USA earns Silver, Australia Bronze, Hawaii Copper - Rachel Presti's Girls U-18 Gold is first in history for Germany - 13-year-old Caitlin Simmers earns Girls U-16 Gold - Australia's Grayson Hinrichs earns Boys U-18 Gold -
Team Japan celebrates their historic first-ever Team Gold Medal in the VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship.
Japan and USA race for Gold comes down to final day. France earns ISA Aloha Cup Silver, Japan Bronze, and Hawaii Copper.
Team USA celebrates an ISA Aloha Cup win.
Some of Australia’s most talented young groms will converge at Middleton, Day Street to battle out the South Australian leg of the Woolworths Surfer Groms Comps Series presented by Pic’s Peanut Butter. Over 50 competitors are expected to compete in the event, which will see some of the nation's most promising young surfers in action.
King Cairns will be one of many groms set to compete in the Woolworths Surfer Groms Comps Presented By Pic's Peanut Butter in South Australia
A chilly October Saturday night saw Newquay’s Luke Dillon win the Smart Parking Night Surf, defeating both UKPSA Pro Surf Tour title contenders, Reubyn Ash and Jay Quinn in a dramatic final under the floodlights at Fistral Beach. However Reubyn finishing third was enough to secure him the UKPSA Pro Surf Tour Men’s title and £5000 prize money donated by Fistral Beach.
Six new champions have been crowned at the fourth stop of the Rip Curl GromSearch Series presented by Flight Centre in South Australia.
Winter Vincent (NSW) on his way to winning the 14 & Under Boys Division at Yorke Peninsula on the weekend.
The New Zealand Junior Surfing Team has used the most recent National Scholastic Surfing Championships as the textbook preparation for the World Junior Championship taking place next week.
- Duru claims career-best runner-up result in Peniche - Medina places equal 3rd, World Title race heads to Billabong Pipe Masters -
Italo Ferreira (BRA) claimed victory at the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal, marking this third CT win of the 2018 season.
The World Surf League (WSL) North America office is pleased to officially announce Caroline Marks (USA) has won the 2018 Women’s North America Qualifying Series (QS) Regional Title for the second consecutive year. Marks, 16, continues to raise the bar for women’s surfing at a young age and was nearly untouchable at every regional event she attended -- only contesting at three of the six regional stops. The Floridian-turned-San Clemente, California, transplant made history in 2017 by being the youngest woman to qualify for the Championship Tour (CT) at age 15 and earned her first Regional Title along the way, but made a big statement in 2018 with two wins and runner-up at the highest levels of QS competition in the region.
Back-to-back North America QS Regional Champion Caroline Marks (USA).
- Cinderella story for underdog Ryan Callinan - Wilson strengthens World Title position behind Medina and Toledo - Men's World Title Race ready for Meo Rip Curl Pro Portugal, Opening Oct 16 - 17 year old Macy Callaghan earns breakthrough runner-up result - Women's World Title Race now looks to Beachwaver Maui Pro, Nov 25- Dec 6 -
Courtney Conlogue (USA) and Julian Wilson (AUS) celebrate their wins at the 2018 Roxy Pro and Quiksilver Pro France.
- Big airs light up France's Culs Nus at first-ever Red Bull Airbourne - Colapinto claims second, Freestone earns third -
Yago Dora (BRA) wins the Red Bull Airborne France 2018.
Samuel Pupo (BRA) has added a prestigious achievement to his career by becoming the 2018 WSL South America Pro Junior Champion. In a high-scoring affair, Pupo defeated Jhonny Guerrero (PER) in the Final of the O’Neill Pro Junior presented by Petroperu to earn his maiden WSL Title.
The winners of the O'Neill Pro Junior in Lobitos, Peru. Sol Aguirre (left) and Samuel Pupo.
Today, the World Surf League (WSL) proudly announced that Maya Gabeira (BRA) has claimed the inaugural Women’s XXL Biggest Wave Award and set a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the Largest wave surfed unlimited (female).
Maya Gabeira (BRA) rides a 68Ft wave in Nazaré on January 18, 2018 to set the World Record.
- World's best big wave surfers prepare for Nazare, Jaws and Mavericks - Big Wave Tour seasons opens today and runs through March 31st 2019 -
Reigning Men's Big Wave Champion Ian Walsh (HAW) at Pe'ahi in Hawaii, one of three locations for the 2018/2019 BWT.
The World Surf League (WSL) North America Regional Office is proud to formally announce Tyler Gunter (USA) and Kirra Pinkerton (USA) its 2018 Regional Pro Junior Champions. Gunter and Pinkerton’s respective results at the recent RVCA Pro Junior presented by Jack’s Surfboards and Banzai Bowls put them out of reach from their fellow competitors heading into the final event of the season. It marks both surfer’s first-ever Regional Titles, with Gunter doing so in his final season as a Pro Junior while Pinkerton still has two more seasons remaining to defend her title.
2018 North America Regional Pro Junior Champions Tyler Gunter (L) and Kirra Pinkerton (R).
- Rob Bain and Dave MaCaulay win Masters and Grand Masters Divisions - Layne Beachley claims first-ever Women's Masters title -
The six finalists with winners Rob Bain, Dave Macaulay and Layne Beachley in red (left to right).
Team Australia has finished on a high after team captain Sally Fitzgibbons claimed the Gold Medal in the women’s division today at the UR ISA World Surfing Games at Long Beach, Tahara.
Team Captain Sally Fitzgibbons leading Australia to a Silver Medal and securing herself the women's Gold Medal today at the UR ISA World Surfing Games in Japan
- First medal for JApan at WSG is Gold, demonstrates growth of surfing in Japan ahead of Tokyo 2020 - Australia's Sally Fitzgibbons dominates Women's Final for Gold - Paige Hareb (NZL) earns Women's Silver, Bianca Buitendag (RSA) Bronze, Summer Macedo (USA) Copper - Silver for Team Australia, Bronze for Team USA, Copper for Team South Africa - USA's Summer Macedo qualifies for 2019 Pan Ams -
Team Japan has lived up to the expectations and rode the wave of support from the home nation crowd to earn the overall Gold.
A dramatic, last-minute sprint to the starting box earned Team Spain a Gold Medal in the ISA Aloha Cup (a tag team format competition), narrowly defeating host Japan on day 5 of competition at the 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games.
Team Spain celebrates their first ISA Aloha Cup Gold Medal, the first ISA Gold in history for Spain.