The World Surf League (WSL) has released the 2018 schedule of events covering the men’s and women’s Championship Tours (CT), Qualifying Series (QS), Pro Junior and Longboard tours as well as the WSL Big Wave Tour (BWT).
The World Surf League (WSL) is excited to announce that the WSL Surf Ranch Facility in Lemoore, California, will host the world’s best surfers as part of the 2018 Championship Tour (CT) calendar.
November 26th, 7:30 am at Pantai Batu Mejan (Echo Beach – SandBar) the Annual Canggu Surf Community will take place.
This past weekend history was made in the world of adaptive surfing, when the first ever US Open Adaptive Surf Championship was held in pumping five-to-six foot surf at the pier in Oceanside, California.
Bali’s Darmaputra Tonjo claimed victory today over fellow Bali competitor Pepen Hendrik in an exciting 30 minute finale to the Aceh International Surfing Championship 2017.
After an epic weekend of big waves and gutsy surfing performances by a crop of Southeast Asia’s best young surfers, Kona Eru (13, Sanur, Bali) and Taina Izquierdo (15, Uluwatu, Bali) emerged victorious at the Rip Curl GromSearch National Finals, held in pumping surf at world famous Uluwatu. Southeast Asia’s top groms proved their toughness […]
Gabriel Medina (BRA) has won the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal over Julian Wilson (AUS) in a rematch of their 2012 final at Supertubos. The event culminated in good three-to-five foot waves with Medina’s victory, the eighth event title of his career, only a short ten days after the Brazilian won in France.
18 of South East Asia’s best junior surfers will compete in the most important contest of their young surfing careers this weekend, October 28 & 29, when the Rip Curl GromSearch National Finals storms the world-famous waves at Uluwatu on the island of Bali.
Rip Curl is pleased to announce that the wildcard to the Rip Curl Pro Portugal has been given to none other than Hawaii’s Mason Ho.
Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore claimed victory today at the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro France, respectively, in excellent three-to-five foot rippable peaks at Stop No. 9 of the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT).