The 2024 WSL Championship Tour schedule sets up epic Olympic and title battles, but sad news continues for the Gold Coast
Caroline Marks and Filipe Toledo emerge as 2023 WSL World Champions in epic surfing battles, making history at Rip Curl WSL Finals.
Epic Teahupo’o barrels challenge the world’s best surfers gunning for coveted WSL Finals positions. Wright, Picklum, Medina and Florence advance as the dramatic Championship Tour season peaks in Tahiti.
Bronte Macaulay and Cole Houshmand excel at Ballito Pro, securing impressive victories and thrilling the audience with their exceptional surfing skills.
Get ready for the ultimate showdown at Corona Open J-Bay as the world’s best surfers converge on Jeffreys Bay’s legendary right-hand pointbreak. With the World Title race heating up and Olympic qualification on the line, this event promises thrilling action and fierce competition.
Leadership changes at the WSL as CEO Erik Logan departs. Uncertainty and anticipation surround the search for a new leader to guide competitive surfing into the future.
Don’t miss the action as top surfers battle it out at Surf City El Salvador Pro, the 7th stop on WSL Championship Tour. Catch the waves at Punta Roca!
Carissa Moore and Griffin Colapinto emerge victorious at the iconic Surf Ranch Pro, solidifying their positions as finals contenders as we head towards the WSL Finals.
Surf Ranch Pro: Get ready for an extraordinary weekend of elite surfing action. Witness the world’s best riders take on the perfect wave at California’s Surf Ranch.
Isabella Nichols and Cole Houshmand make waves at GWM Sydney Surf Pro, showcasing their talent and determination.
Surfing Australia is proud to launch “Seas the Day,” a new women’s surf festival that aims to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for female surfers of all skill levels.
India Robinson and Samuel Pupo emerged as champions at the Boost Mobile Gold Coast Pro, kicking off the 2023 World Surf League Challenger Series.
The excitement is palpable as the finals day has been called on for the Boost Mobile Gold Coast Pro, the opening event of the 2023 World Surf League Challenger Series
The Gold Coast Pro surfing competition was briefly paused after a 1.5 to 2 meter shark was spotted in the competition lineup
Sierra Kerr and Lennix Smith have emerged victorious at the 2023 Harvey Norman Pro Junior event, showcasing the incredible talent of the next generation of surfers and solidifying their positions as rising stars in the surfing world.
Get ready for an epic showdown of surfing talent as competitors gather at Snapper Rocks for the Boost Mobile Gold Coast Pro, the first stop of the 2023 World Surf League Challenger Series.
Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore dominate Western Australia Margaret River Pro, securing victories and moving up the WSL rankings.
The World Surf League has announced the final results for this year’s mid-season cut, narrowing the fields to the top 22 men and top 10 women
Kelly Slater, the 11-time world champion, has been kicked off the Championship Tour for the first time in 30 years after missing the mid season cut.
As the halfway mark of the WSL 2023 Championship Tour approaches, the Western Australia Margaret River Pro becomes crucial as it is the last event before the Mid-season Cut, with surfers’ rankings determining their future on the tour
Ethan Ewing and Tyler Wright have emerged as the champions of the 60th Bells Beach surfing event. This thrilling competition saw the world’s top surfers showcase their skills in the waves of Victoria
The 60th Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach is underway, and Finals Day promises to be an epic battle. The world’s best surfers will compete today for the coveted Bell Trophy
After more than a decade of competing at the highest level, Owen Wright has today announced his retirement from professional surfing
The Hurley Pro Sunset Beach, the second stop on the World Surf League Championship Tour, has come to a close with Australian Molly Picklum and Brazilian Filipe Toledo claiming victory in Hawaii.
The Oakberry Tweed Coast Pro Junior, the first event of the 2023 World Surf League saw impressive performances from Sierra Kerr and Lennox Chell claiming victory in three to four ft conditions at Kingscliff. Sierra Kerr came into her home event on the Tweed Coast as a favourite, with the 16-year-old phenom competing as the defending winner. […]
Carissa Moore and Jack Robinson take out the season opener at Banzai Pipeline on the north shore of Hawaii in challenging shallow reef conditions.
The WSL season is only a 48 hours away from kicking off at the iconic Banzai Pipeline, where rookies and world champions are looking to kickstart their 2023 campaign in style.
World tour veteran surfer Taj Burrow of WA will be inducted into the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame as part of the 2022 Surfing Awards
The World Surf League has just announced its tours & competitions schedule for 2023; next year’s calendar follows a similar format to the 2022 season and includes two stops in Australia.
Stephanie Gilmore coming from the fifth seed into the finals, prevailed against five-time champion Carissa Moore to become the Gr8est
The 10th stop of the World Surf League is set to remain in holding for another day, with organisers calling the event off due to inconsistent surf and hopes of building waves in the coming days.
Stop number eight on the World Tour finished spectacularly in front of a massive crowd for the Oi Rio Pro at Praia de Itaúna in Saquarema, Brazil.
Today Stephanie Gilmore and Griffin Colapinto have taken out the Surf City El Salvador Pro, the seventh stop on the World Surf League Championship Tour.
The sixth stop on the WSL Tour saw Jack Robinson and Johanne Defay claim victory after a week of holding periods and wating
This week Caitlin simmers and Callum Robson beat some of the worlds best in big swell at Snapper Rocks to claim the Gold Coast Pro the first stop of the WSL Challenger Series
Following on from good mate Mick Fanning the next name up on the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame is set to be the one and only Joel Parkinson.
For the first time since 2019, the world’s best have touched down in Victoria for the longest-running surfing event, The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach.
Three time World Champion Mick Fanning is making a return to the Championship Tour with a wildcard awarded for the upcoming Bells Beach event.
Yesterday the Oakberry Tweed Coast Pro drew to a close in two to three-foot surf at Cabarita, with Dimity Stoyle and Kyuss King claiming victory.
The iconic Burleigh Heads break will again play host to one of surfing’s most anticipated events, the Gold Coast open, which returns April 30.