At the 2003 Billabong Pro Maui, Layne Beachley (AUS) scored the first Perfect 10 of her career. She won her Round 1 heat against Pauline Menczer and wildcard Helena Suehiro (HAW) to advance to Round 3.
In 2009, Carissa Moore (HAW) was still a year away from qualifying from the women's elite Tour. But she was turning heads, getting attention from brands like Nike and Target, which would go on to sponsor her.
Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), triumphant in 2009. Her win at Honolua was her third in a row, which also secured her third consecutive World Title. Five years later, at the event's return, Gilmore was again at the top of the rankings.
Courtney Conlogue (USA), who had been injured for a number of events in 2014, returned to form in time for the last event of the season. She scored a perfect 10 in Round 4, one of two 10-point rides for the entire 2014 season.
Carissa Moore (HAW) fell out of the Title race before the final event of the season but regrouped and took the 2014 Target Maui Pro by storm. This year she's poised to win a third World Title should she put on another big performance.