Blue Tomato Rebuild The City Tour - Bahnhof Platz - Bern - Switzerland 2018
18/08/2018 - 18/08/2018
Grind for Life Series Presented by Marinela at San Luis Obsipo
B4BC'S Skate The Lake - Lake Tahoe, CA 2018
17/08/2018 - 18/08/2018
New Zealand Rookie Fest - Cardrona 2018
14/08/2018 - 16/08/2018
FIS New Zealand Freestyle Open 2018
14/08/2018 - 17/08/2018
SSA Futures - Park & Pipe - Vic - Falls Creek 2018
Rip Curl North American GromSearch #4 - North Carolina 2018
16/08/2018 - 17/08/2018
Men's Caraibos Lacanau Pro 2018
14/08/2018 - 19/08/2018
Women's Caraibos Lacanau Pro 2018
Industry and event happenings
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).
-Australian icon will retire after 18 years on elite tour - Parkinson announces retirement at Jeffreys Bay -
2012 World Champion Joel Parkinson (AUS) will retire from professional surfing following the Billabong Pipe Masters in December 2018.
The first three competitors announced for this year's Four Seasons Maldives Surfing Champions Trophy. Waiting period runs from August 8-12 2018.
The amazing set up of Sultans will play host to six of the world's best this August for the 2018 Four Seasons Maldives Surfing Champions Trophy.
Keramas delivered. Uluwatu did not disappoint. And now the WSL returns to Bali’s world-class waves for the third time in 2018 for the highly anticipated Rip Curl Cup at Padang Padang.
Rip Curl team rider Mason Ho (HAW) will be one to watch when competition gets underway at the Rip Curl Cup Padang Padang.
Marks earns second QS 6,000 victory of 2018. Tatiana Weston-Webb finishes with her event best runner-up. Keely Andrew and Silvana Lima walk away with keeper, semifinal results.
Caroline Marks (USA) is taking the surfing world by storm and adds another Qualifying Series (QS) 6,000 win to her list at the Los Cabos Open of Surf.
- MARKS SECOND WIN OF 2018 FOR PINKERTON ON NORTH AMERICA JUNIOR TOUR - KAUAI SURFER GABRIELA BRYAN EARNS RUNNER-UP IN MORE PUMPING CONDITIONS - MACY CALLAGHAN AND LUANA SILVA ROUND OUT INTERNATIONAL FINAL - WOMEN'S QS 6,000 GETS UNDERWAY, CALLED OFF DUE TO TROPICAL STORM BUD -
The Los Cabos Open of Surf Women's Pro Junior finalists (L to R) Luana Silva (HAW), Macy Callaghan (AUS), Gabriela Bryan (HAW), and event winner Kirra Pinkerton (USA).
Introducing the 2018 Relik™ Modern + Classic Longboard World Tour
Lakey Peterson (USA) and Italo Ferreira (BRA) have taken out the Corona Bali Protected presented by Hurley, Stop No. 5 on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT). The final day saw incredible performances in clean waves at Keramas on Bali’s east coast, allowing the world’s best surfers to put on a show at one of the most high-performance waves on the planet.
The Final Day Corona Bali Protected presented by Hurley podium presentation. Finalists from left-to-right: Michel Bourez (PYF), Italo Ferreira (BRA), Lakey Peterson (USA), Tyler Wright (AUS).
The Quiksilver family just got a little more spark. We’re proud to announce the signing of 17-year-old Brazilian prodigy Mateus Herdy.
Mateus Herdy (BRA) joins Quiksilver.
- Toledo vaults to World No. 2 on Jeep Leader Board - Wilson remains Jeep Leader for Keramas - Rookie Carmichael upsets event with runner-up result -
Filipe Toledo (BRA) celebrates his victory at the Oi Rio Pro 2018.
New Zealand’s most successful surfer, and current World Tour athlete, Paige Hareb (Tara), will lead the New Zealand Surfing Team at the International World Surfing Games that are being held in Japan this September.
Paige Hareb competing at the Oi Rio Pro in Brazil this week.
Stephanie Gilmore wins in Brazil and strengthens her World No 1 position.
Six-time WSL Champion Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) and Lakey Peterson (USA) celebrate their success at the Oi Rio Pro.
Today, the World Team made history by winning the inaugural World Surf League (WSL) Founders’ Cup of Surfing presented by Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold.
World Team celebrates win at WSL Founders' Cup of Surfing (from L to R): Kanoa Igarashi, Paige Hareb, Jordy Smith, Bianca Buitendag, and Michel Bourez.
On May 5 and 6, 2018, the world-class and man-made wave venue of Surf Ranch in Lemoore, CA will host its first public event organized by the World Surf League (WSL). Presented by Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold, the Founders’ Cup of Surfing – a WSL specialty event - will gather the world’s best surfers on a historic region-versus-region teams format. Five teams - USA, Brazil, Australia, Europe and World - made up of men’s and women’s surfers from the elite WSL Championship Tour, will compete over the two-day event.
Six-time WSL Champion Stephanie Gilmore will lead Team Australia at the inaugural Founders' Cup of Surfing event at the Kelly Slater Wave Co Surf Ranch.
- Koxa wins Quiksilver XXL Award, breaks world record for biggest wave - Alms takes home Hydro Flask Women's Performance of the Year Award - Walsh wins Ride of the Year and Tube of the Year honors -
Quiksilver XXL Biggest Wave winner Rodrigo Koxa broke the World Record for the biggest wave ever surfed.
The list of nominees for the 2018 World Surf League (WSL) Big Wave Awards (BWA) has been officially released.
Above: BWA Tube of the Year Award Nominee Mick Corbett at The Right, Western Australia.
-Stephanie Gilmore rings bell for fourth time at Rip Curl Pro - Italo Ferreira claims first CT win - Mick Fanning ends career with runner-up finish at Bells Beach -
Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) and Italo Ferreira (BRA) ring the iconic Bells trophy after winning the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
The International Surfing Association (ISA) has today welcomed the release by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) of the approved qualification system for Surfing's Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020, ensuring the participation of the world's best professional surfers as well as promoting universal opportunities for surfers from around the world at the Games.
Olympic hopeful Jordy Collins (USA) takes to the air at the 2017 ISA World Surfing Games held in Biarritz, France.
Wilson and Peterson take Jeep Leader Jersey for first time heading to Bells - Rookie Colapinto finds perfection at firing Kirra - Buchan and Andrew settle for second place at picture-perfect Kirra.
Lakey Peterson (USA) and Julian Wilson (AUS) earned the first CT wins of the year at the Roxy and Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast.
-May event slated to be historic first for Wolrd Surf League - Tickets on sale tomorrow at wslfounderscup.com
Silvana Lima (BRA) will represent the Brazil Team at the WSL Founders' Cup of Surfing specialty event in May.
- Defending event winner Heremoana Luciani advances with 18.80 - Perfect barreling surf for rounds 1 & 2
Ulualoha Napeahi drops into a wave with calculated precision on his backhand.