Courtney Conlogue (USA) has won the Women’s Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach today after defeating Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) in four-to-six foot (1 – 2 metre) conditions at the prestigious Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
Courtney Conlogue (USA) has won the Cascais Women’s Pro, Stop No. 8 of 10 on the 2016 Samsung Galaxy World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), after defeating Tyler Wright (AUS) in the Final in clean 5 foot (1.5 metre) surf at the back-up site of Guincho.
Rodriguez was among about 40 new surfers who gathered at Huntington State Beach on Tuesday for surf lessons – and life lessons – with a purpose: to help the homeless.
More images from Courtney Conlogue’s ESPN Body 2016 shoot have dropped, featuring the women’s world number one surfer pulling into a Tahiti barrel, nude.
Training to become the top-ranked surfer in the world isn’t exactly a day at the beach. The 23-year-old American surfer Courtney Conlogue talks to Body Issue reporter Morty Ain about her long hours in the gym, learning to hold her breath underwater and trying to compete with Mother Nature.
A fired-up Wright racked up a near-perfect total in the final to claim her second world tour win of the year after her first-up victory in the Roxy Pro last month. She has provided further evidence of a changing of the guard at the pinnacle of women’s surfing with a dominant victory over Courtney Conlogue […]
Bells Beach – Courtney Conlogue claimed victory today at the Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach, defeating Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) in three-to-five foot waves at the world-renowned Bells Beach in the Australian state of Victoria.
During the Billabong Pipe Masters last year, Billabong Women’s team invaded the North Shore for a week. The girls surfed all day, hung out with Teen Vogue, watched the Billabong Pipe Masters, did some hiking, ate lots of yummy local food and had an amazing time together. Because when the working day is done, girl’s just want to have fun.
Billabong is a supporting partner to SurfAid’s flagship program in Nias Indonesia. Running for three years, SurfAid’s program in Nias has successfully increased the quality of health services for countless mothers and children, while reducing mortality rates. Billabong is also committed to furthering SurfAid’s mission to improve the health, wellbeing, and self-reliance of people living in isolated regions near some of the world’s most iconic destinations.
With offshore wind and solid swell for the women’s finals day at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, there was only one question: Could anyone beat Carissa Moore (HAW)?