Results for Stephanie Gilmore
Five-times World Surfing Champion Stephanie Gilmore will be inducted as the 35th member of the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame in Sydney next Wednesday, 20th February.
Stephanie Gilmore, Karina Petroni and Leilani Gyrde let loose at “Four Bobs” in the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia.
ASP Top 17 Surfers Determined for 2013 ASP Women’s World Championship Tour
With the culmination of the women’s qualifying season, ending with the ASP 6-Star SATA Airlines Azores Pro last weekend, the ASP Top 17 have been confirmed for 2013.
In case you haven’t noticed, there’s been a changing of the guard in women’s professional surfing. Out with the old—in with the new as the saying goes. With the new crop of talented girls coming in, we (finally) say goodbye to the Layne Beachley’s of the world and usher in Alana, Bruna, Steph and crew—more talented and definitely easy on the eyes if you catch our drift…
Four-time ASP Women’s World Champion and current ASP Women’s World No. 1, Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 24, is en route to reclaiming the throne this season, and the final two events should prove an all-time showdown between the current frontrunner and momentum-building challenger Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS), 21.
The Billabong Rio Pro returned to the lefthanders of Arpoador to complete Round 2 of women’s competition in challenging one-to-three foot (0.5 metre) waves.
Matt Wybenga uploaded this edit from Macaronis in the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia. Featuring Jay Thompson, Stephanie Gilmore and Sebastian Zietz, reaping the rewards of the world class tropical lefts.
SNAPPER ROCKS, Queensland/Australia (Sunday, March 4, 2012) – The final day at the Gold Coast culminated today with perennial ASP World Title threat Taj Burrow (AUS), 33, and four-time ASP Women’s World Champion Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 24, taking the respective wins in clean two-to-three foot (1 metre) waves at the primary venue of Snapper Rocks.
IndoSurfLife | 10 January, 2012 | Kuta, Bali: The 2011 ASP Women’s World Tour saw the most impressive group of female surfing talent in the sport’s history put on one amazing performance after another, proving that women’s surfing has reached new heights, without question.
Beachley inducted into sports hall of fame, Gilmore wins sportwoman award
Champion Australian surfers Layne Beachley and Steph Gilmore are the toast of Australian sport this week with both earning significant accolades. Seven-time World Champion Beachley was inducted into the Australia Sport Hall of Fame and four-time World Champion Gilmore won the inaugural Women’s Health Sportswoman of the Year Award.