Sunday, June 24, 2018
Updated: Sunday, June 24, 2018
Brisa Hennessy crowned QS 3,000 women's champion and Tarryn King secures Longboard title on Final Day of Volkswagen SA Open of Surfing pres by Hurley
Volkswagen SA Open of Surfing pres. by Hurley:
Day 1 Story
Day 1 Highlights
Day 2 Story
Day 2 Highlights
Day 3 Story
Day 3 Highlights
Day 4 Story
Day 4 Highlights
Final Day Story
Final Day Highlights
The Martinique Surf Pro continues with the second round of the women's event in tricky conditions.
Brisa Hennessy (HAW) and Tarryn King (ZAF) capture women's titles
Honolua Bay delivered on opening day of the Maui Women's Pro, where the 2017 World Title showdown is taking center stage.
In a major upset, Oahu wildcard Brisa Hennessy eliminated World No. 1 Sally Fitzgibbons at the Maui Women's Pro.
Finals day is set for the Women's CT and Men's QS 10,000 after another day of epic battles.
Hawaiians Cody Young and Brisa Hennessy took the top spots at the Vans US Open of surfing. Finals day ahead for QS and CT.
It was an incredible finish at Drill Hall Beach and two former CT competitors walked away with historic titles.
The world's best juniors set fire to the Bombo lineup in Kiama, NSW, as the battles for the 2016 championship begin.
Amid whipping wind and small-scale conditions, the Maui Women's Pro hangs on for a bump in size later in the week.
Noa Mizuno and Mahina Maeda stormed the final JQS event of the Hawaii season, while Brisa Hennessy and Mizuno were crowned Regional Junior
Ian Gouveia and Justine Dupont come out on top of an exciting finals day at the 2016 Azores Airlines Pro pres. by Sumol.
Men & Women resume their campaigns to decide the final eight standing at Azores Airlines Pro pres. by Sumol.
Surfers take on a playful lineup to start things off at the 2016 Azores Airlines Pro pres. by Sumol.
The play-by-play of the Junior women's final battle at Huntington Beach.
Strider and Pete Look at the first three heats of the Rip Curl Women's Pro.
The up-and-coming Hawaiian just won the Sunset Pro Junior. See what she can do outside of competition.