Filipe Toledo and Carissa More Claim Wins
A thrilling Finals Day at the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro Gold Coast saw Filipe Toledo (BRA) and Carissa Moore (HAW) claim victory at Snapper Rocks in front of a huge, cheering crowd. Toledo defeated Julian Wilson (AUS) to win the Quiksilver Pro and Moore took down Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) to take the Roxy Pro title.
You've heard the news, now watch the video
Last week, word got out that Mason had signed with Rip Curl and today, the industry giant dropped this edit touting its latest addition to their team. We're fired up to see what the future holds for this relationship.
After meager swell, event lengthens waiting period
"After a lot of discussion with the athletes, our on-site staff, our executive team in Los Angeles, our event partners and the local government, we have extended the competition window two days to take advantage of a swell system moving in."
Silvana's 10, Banting goes big, Simpo in high def, and more
It's undeniable that his talent runs deep—he took down Fanning in Round 1 at the Quik Pro—but this video also gives us some insight into Matt's personality and ambitions for his rookies season.
The Moniz Brothers and Kekoa Bacalso take you out of the North Shore
While the thought of "Town" conjures up images of Waikiki for many, the Moniz Brothers and Kekoa Bacalso give you a glimpse into the often overlooked areas that make up the Big City.
Makua Rothman, your Big Wave Tour champ
“My goal was to win the World Title this year. My whole life I’ve dedicated myself to big waves,” Rothman said. “There’s a lot of talented surfers on the tour, a lot of people that I look up to, that push me to be my best. To defend this title again and come out victorious is going to take a lot of hard work.”
Get to know the rookies and returners on the 2015 World Tour
With an array of junior titles in his wake—national champ, world junior champ, etc.—we expect Keanu to make an easier transition to the World Tour than many of his counterparts.
Peruvian surfing just put itself on the map
Miguel has fashioned himself as the true millennial surfer, someone equally at ease packing 20-footers or whipping full rotations.
Shea Lopez breaks down his Fantasy Surfer team for the Quik Pro
If there’s a contest at Snapper, put Taj on your team. Don’t overthink it. There’s no reason to expect anything but a stellar performance from one of surfing’s perennial top competitors.
Snapper fires for the world's best
Just before the start of the Quik Pro, Cyclone Marcia lit up Snapper Rocks for Owen Wilson, Mick Fanning, Kolohe Andino and a slew of other lucky souls. Let's cross our fingers that these banks, along with some swell, hold strong for the first event of the season.