Indonesia’s Oney Anwar have taken out the 2017 Flight Centre Burleigh Pro at the iconic Gold Coast point of Burleigh Heads. After small surf troubled competitors for Day 3, the final day offered the best conditions of the event with long two-to-three foot waves reeling down the point.
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It’s all about location, especially in surfing. With small waves and big high tides stalling the Quiksilver Pro and Roxy Pro Gold Coast, contest officials are considering relocating the event from Snapper Rocks to Duranbah (more commonly known as D-Bah). The beach is just southeast of Snapper, around the headland. Officials will make the call whether or not to move Friday morning local time.
After waiting for the tide to drop, Round 2 of the Roxy Pro Gold Coast got going mid-morning. With conditions still inconsistent, wave selection played a big part in surfers’ scores. In Heat 2, Johanne Defay (FRA) caught more waves than Nikki Van Dijk (AUS), and scored a 9.00 on one of the bigger ones […]
Gabriel Medina. John John Florence. Kelly Slater. The pros will be back in action with the first men’s Samsung Galaxy WSL Championship Tour event of the year. Watch them LIVE at worldsurfleague.com starting February 28 – March 11.
New edit starring Indo pride surfers, Oney Anwar at Glod Coast.
Five-time ASP Women’s World Champion Stephanie Gilmore collected her fifth Roxy Pro Gold Coast crown, topping Bianca Buitendag in the Final.
Brazilian prodigy Gabriel Medina put together an impressive come-from-behind performance to win the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast over Joel Parkinson.
A massive 3.4 meter great white shark was killed after being caught on a drum line just 300 meters off Greenmount Beach in Coolangatta, just out of the Roxy Pro contest site at Snapper Rocks.