X Games Sydney 2018
19/10/2018 - 21/10/2018
Membrillal Cuesta - IDF World Qualifying Series 2018
Halloween All Nighter - Adrenaline Alley 2018
26/10/2018 - 26/10/2018
Stubai Premiere No.10 2018
Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Show 2018
25/10/2018 - 28/10/2018
Shred Fest 2018
03/11/2018 - 03/11/2018
Men's Itacare Surf Sound Festival 2018
16/10/2018 - 21/10/2018
Women's Itacare Surf Sound Festival 2018
18/10/2018 - 21/10/2018
Women's White Buffalo Hyuga Pro 2018
Industry and event happenings
- 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.
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.
- 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.
The New Zealand Surfing Team has been buoyed by Paige Hareb’s run of heat progressions that see her one step away from a podium finish at the 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games being held in Japan this week.
Paige Hareb at the World Surfing Games 2018.
Sally Fitzgibbons and Holly Wawn booked their spot in the semi-finals on the women’s side of the draw after comfortably reaching round five of the main draw today at the UR ISA World Surfing Games.
Australian Holly Wawn on her way through round five at Tahara today.
- Muñiz secures a place for Surfing's historic debut in Lima 2019 Pan Am Games - USA's powerful contingent of women look to hold pole position through tail end of event, Australia close behind -
Santiago Muniz celebrates a triumph for Argentinian Surfing, earning his second WSG Gold Medal.
- Men's Champions to be crowned Wednesday at 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games - Muñiz looks to win second WSG Gold - Team Japan takes early lead in overall ranking -
- Women Champions later this week -
Kanoa Igarashi continues to receive the full backing from the Japanese fans.
Moore and Medina dominate finals day for big CT wins. Gilmore and Toledo retain Jeep Leader jerseys heading into European leg.
Carissa Moore (HAW) and Gabriel Medina (BRA) celebrate their wins at the Surf Ranch Pro pres. by Hurley.
Hawaiian Ho takes Back-to-back titles in Galicia, secures 2019 CT berth. Weslley Dantas claims first ever QS event win.
The winners and finalists of the 2018 Pull&Bear Pantin Classic Galicia Pro.
John John Florence and Caio Ibelli withdraw due to injury. Wiggolly Dantas and Miguel Pupo confirmed as replacements.
Mikey Wright (AUS) during a training session at the WSL Surf Ranch.
Mathis Crozon and Gabriela Bryan win the Pantin Junior Pro. Marco Mignot and Nadia Erostarbe crowned European Junior Champs.
Newly minted European Junior Champions (left) and Pantin Junior Pro winners.
Ohhara wins first QS event since 2015 in dynamic fashion, Reo Inaba earns runner-up. Event marks Maui, Hawaii's Alves' first-ever WSL victory after last-minute comeback. Tyler Gunter's remarkable run ends with both QS and Pro Junior final.
2018 Vans Pro QS 3,000 Champion Hiroto Ohhara (JPN) looked destined for glory from the start -- matching the event's highest single-scoring wave of a near-perfect 9.60 in his Quarterfinal heat.
The 25th edition of the Surf de Nuit Anglet unfolded in epic conditions at Chambre d’Amour with surfers taking on fun three-to-four foot peaks in front of massive crowds estimated at 25,000+ people.
Jorgann Couzinet (FRA) flies over Marc Lacomare (FRA) to bring the title home to #TeamSoöruz.
2014 WSL Champion Medina earns second CT win at Teahupo'o. Medina moves to second on the Jeep leaderboard, pushes Wilson to 3rd. Runner-up Wright secures best result of 2018 and vaults to 6th on the rankings.
2014 WSL Champion Gabriel Medina (BRA) celebrates his win at the Tahiti Pro Teahupo'o.
French born ROXY surfer Juliette Lacome, 15, just clinched her first major QS event title in Newquay, UK.
She claims her first-ever QS title at Fistral Beach, Cornwall.
Alejo Muniz finishes runner-up. Fred Patacchia wins thruster division.
Josh Kerr (AUS) wins the 2018 Four Seasons Maldives Surfing Champions Trophy in pumping surf at Sultans.
Surf Ciry Sweep by Conlogue and Igarashi. Conlogue earns first-ever US Open CT victory. Igarashi wins back-to-back for first time since Brett Simpson in 2009/10.
California natives Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) and Courtney Conlogue (USA) , 2018 Vans US Open of Surfing winners.
What happens when you round up four of the world’s best teenage surfers, set them loose at the world’s best man-made wave and give them a chance to win $10,000?
Sammy Pupo, winner of the Quiksilver Young Guns WSL Surf Ranch Showdown.
Moore finishes brilliantly over 2018 phenom Caroline Marks. Coco Ho and Malia Manuel earn semifinal finishes.
Carissa Moore (HAW) broke through for her first win of 2018 and did so in tremendous fashion at the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro QS 6,000.
Some of surfings biggest names set their sights on Kuda Huraa. Waiting period runs from August 8-12 2018.
Surfing icon Bruce Irons (HAW) will be joining the epic list of competitors at the 2018 Four Seasons Maldives Surfing Champions Trophy.
Event runs in swell of the year in Indonesia. Robinson scores near-perfect 19.90 out of 20 in final.
Jack Robinson, winner of the 2018 Rip Curl Cup at Padang Padang.
Large swell looms for Thursday July 19th
Jacob Willcox putting on a show at the Rip Curl Cup 2018.
Gilmore takes Jeep Leader Jersey from runner-up Peterson. Corona Open J-Bay delivers pumping conditions for women's finals.
Corona Open J-Bay Runner-up Lakey Peterson (USA) and winner Stephanie Gilmore (AUS).
- NEW: Air and Longboard exhibitions, camping and headlining concert - First time since 1985 a wave system event will help decide a World Championship Title -
The WSL Surf Ranch will host Stop No. 8 on the WSL CT, the Surf Ranch Pro presented by Hurley, September 6 -9, 2018.
- Toledo now World No. 1 on Jeep Leader Board - Carmichael continues to impress in rookie year - Wilson drops to World No. 2 -
Corona Open J-Bay runner-up Wade Carmichael (AUS) and two-time winner Filipe Toledo (BRA).