In a highly charged start to the year, and with a new format for the…
After a much-anticipated start, the World Surf League Championship Tour has officially opened for the…
The 2019 World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) season will officially open today with…
The World’s best have descended on the Gold Coast ahead of the season opener but before the competition kicks off it was time to celebrate with WSL Awards.
One such talent is the current female world surf champion, Stephanie Gilmore. Much more than just a talent she is, in fact, one of the greatest (if not the greatest) surfers ever to lay feet on a board.
After six years in the position, Commissioner Kieren Perror is stepping back
The stage is set for the upcoming opening event of the 2019 Women’s Championship Tour on the Gold Coast, Where history will be made as the first ever championship tour event to
The World Surf League has announced a renewal of their partnership with Quiksilver as the Title Sponsor of the opening event of the men’s WSL .
Today marks the end of a stellar career for Gold Coast owns Joel Parkinson who earlier today, surfed the last heat of his professional career on the Championship Tour,
The day’s final heat carried huge repercussions as 11-time World Champion Kelly Slater took on the Title hopeful Filipe Toledo at The Billabong Pipe Masters
Today Molly Picklum and Micah Margieson are the Under 18 Girls and Boys 2018 Surf Dive ‘n Ski Australian Junior Surfing Titles Champions.
Today our very own Stephanie Gilmore claimed an historic seventh World Surfing Title at Honolua Bay in Hawaii. Gilmore’s incredible achievement comes following remaining challenger Lakey Peterson early elimination
The 2018 World Title Race head to Maui with only Stephanie Gilmore and Lakey Peterson mathematically in contention to win the prestigious World Championship and possibly with Gilmore claiming her 7th World Title equalling Lane Beachley
2012 World Champion Joel Parkinson (AUS) was a vision of classic power surfing today at the Hawaiian Pro and earned the event win for the second time in his professional career
Stop No. 10 of 11 on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), over Joan Duru (FRA) in a Final held in clean three-to-four foot (1 – 1.2 metre) surf at the iconic Supertubos beach break
Stop No. 10 of 11 on the Men’s World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), will kick off tomorrow