Great news for all you ripping under 16 year old surfers, Rip Curl has officially opened the registration for the 2016 Gromsearch competition series. This year is sure to be the most popular yet, so get your entry in now at http://asia.ripcurl.com
Kelly Slater (USA) solidified his first win in two years at the Volcom Pipe Pro today after a full day of standing ovation performances that many are calling the absolute best of the winter season. Slater surfed against three of the top Pipe mavericks in the world – Jamie O’Brien (HAW),Bruce Irons (HAW) and Makai […]
The best waves of the winter graced Pipeline for the Volcom Pipe Pro today, a World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) 3,000 rated event with a $100,000 prize purse, up to 3,000 valuable ratings points on offer and qualification into December’s Pipe Invitational.
The Volcom Pipe Pro is set to feature some of surfing’s biggest names and best barrel chargers. Catch all the action tomorrow January 28th – February 7th
Setting on fire the imagination of every under 16 year old surfer in Indonesia, Rip Curl is proud to announce their 2016 GromSearch series. With 6 separate competitions staged at 6 different locations promising the best surf in Indonesia, the annual GromSearch gives any under 16yr old surfers their shot at the big time. Real […]
Bali’s newly signed Rip Curl team ripper Taina Izquierdo faced her biggest international challenge to date in Western Australia today. Paddling out into rough conditions against not only two of Australia’s hottest under 16’s and her best friend Cinta Hansel, Taina was able to find a series of rare lefts that vaulted her to runner-up on this the second stop of the Aussie “bloodline” series.
Event one of the Australasian leg of the World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS), the Carve Pro got underway this morning in stormy but improving three to four foot surf at Maroubra beach. Competitors made the most of the conditions on offer with men’s Round 1 and 2 completed and the women getting through to Round 2.
Here’s your Championship Tour World Surf League class of 2016:
Finals Day at the Billabong Pipe Masters was filled with brilliant performances but the day ultimately belonged to Brazil, culminating in a Final with two of its biggest stars. After a decade of dedication, Adriano de Souza became the second Brazilian World Champion ever, and the first-ever Brazilian winner of the Pipe Masters. Gabriel Medina, who faced De Souza in the Final and won the first-ever Title for Brazil, didn’t go home empty-handed. In another first for Brazil, Medina won the 2015 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, which goes to the surfer with the highest points total for its three events.
Watch the action unfold as 15 surfers are eliminated in epic conditions at Pipeline.