When it comes to sports, it’s inevitable that someone’s going to get pissed. Regular athletes don’t usually become professional athletes without a whole lot of passion for their sport, and surfing is no different. Mix that passion with something that’s inherently nearly impossible to score properly and you’ve got a recipe for a boiling cauldron […]
Going into that heat Ibelli had a 2-1 record over Florence, which he soon extended to three. Given that the Brazilian has been on Tour for just over 12 months, it is an incredible record to have against the world’s top-ranked surfer.
The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, the third stop on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), witnessed heated action today as the event completed men’s Round 1 and women’s Round 4.
Stephanie Gilmore claimed victory today at the Roxy Pro Gold Coast, the opening stop on the World Surf League Championship Tour, in four-to-six foot waves at the world-famous Snapper Rocks. An incredible finals day delivered the Australian event champions, Gilmore will take the coveted Jeep Leaders’ Jersey heading into the next event on the CT, […]
The World Surf League (WSL) has announced a deal to show all of its events on Facebook Live this year.
The Korean technology giant, has discontinued their sponsorship of the World Surf League. For the past few years Samsung had footed much of the bill for the WSL’s Championship tour events (11 men’s and 10 women’s.)
Michel Bourez (PYF) has won the Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons, the final stop on the 2016 Samsung Galaxy World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) after defeating Kanoa Igarashi (USA) in the Final.
The World Surf League (WSL) has released the 2017 schedule of events covering the men’s and women’s Samsung Galaxy Championship Tours (CT), Qualifying Series (QS), Pro Junior and Longboard tours as well as the WSL Big Wave Tour (BWT).
The Meo Rip Curl Pro Portugal, the final European stop of the 2016 Samsung Galaxy WSL Championship Tour, got underway today and ran through Round 1 in clean three-to-four foot (1 – 1.2 metre) surf at Supertubos. The world’s best surfers fought to avoid elimination Round 2 and advance directly to Round 3.
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.