Results for Surf Contests
Tyler Wright (AUS) has claimed victory at the Roxy Pro France, besting Courtney Conlogue (USA) in a hard-fought Final as a packed crowd looked on at the primary site of Les Gardians.
In a closely-fought final, Jordy defeated John John Florence (HAW) to win the Hurley Pro at Trestles – his first WCT victory since lifting the 2013 Billabong Rio Pro title in May last year. Meanwhile, Steph whittled away at Sally Fitzgibbons’ ratings lead by winning the Swatch Women’s Pro with a near-perfect heat against her compatriot.
Grommets will rule once again as the 11th annual Rip Curl GromSearch National final comes down in the crystal clear waters and perfect waves of Nusa Lembongan, Bali. September 27th & 28th will find Indonesia’s most talented young surfers, who earned their spots by winning regional GromSearch event qualifiers in Java, Lombok, Sumbawa and Bali, getting the opportunity to write themselves into Indonesian Surfing folklore.
Over the next two minutes and forty-nine seconds, you’ll see Kieran Perrow, Steph Gilmore, Kelly Slater, Ace Buchan, Shaun Tomson, Gabriel Medina and Wayne Bartholomew talk about what the ASP’s recently announced name change means for the sport, and for the surfers.
Adaaran Hudhuran Fushi Resort-Maldives: In an exciting 35 minute finale to three days of riveting competition at the inaugural Maldives Open 2014, Bali’s Garut Widiarta defeated the Maldives number one ranked surfer Hussain Areef in lined up 3-4 foot Lhohis perfection to claim victory.
It was a picture perfect Sunday at Halfways, Kuta Beach for the 3rd event of the Billabong and Surfer Girl Grommet Attack series, with bright sunshine and consistent 2-3 foot glassy waves offering up the ideal conditions for the nearly 100 strong contingent of groms ranging from 6 – 16 years old.
The world’s best surfers put everything on the line as they battled the world’s most dangerous wave for an historic Finals day at the Billabong Pro Tahiti, stop no. 7 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour (WCT).
The world’s best surfers returned to the world’s most dangerous wave for the recommencement of stop no. 7 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), the Billabong Pro Tahiti, this morning and the action reached a fever pitch as the original 36-person field was whittled down to the final 12.
The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) is thrilled to announce a brand new 1-Star Qualifying Series (QS) event in Indonesia — the Komune Bali Pro presented by The Mad Hueys. The event will be co-sanctioned with the ASP and the Asian Surfing Championship Tour (ASC) to provide maximum opportunity for athletes to improve their rankings on both tours.