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Elimination Drama: Carissa Moore and Tatiana Weston-Webb Fight for Survival
Photo by Tony Heff/World Surf League

Elimination Drama: Carissa Moore and Tatiana Weston-Webb Fight for Survival

Brisa Hennessy's stellar performance relegates Carissa Moore. Tatiana Weston-Webb faces challenge, reflecting on personal growth. Tension rises as veterans aim for redemption.

Despite their illustrious careers, veteran surfers encountered unexpected challenges in the early stages of the Lexus Pipe Pro 2024. Costa Rican surfer Brisa Hennessy delivered a stellar performance, relegating five-time World Champion Carissa Moore to the elimination round with her impressive display of skill and determination. “It’s crazy in this sport how people can be in rhythm or be out of it and luckily today was my day,” reflected Hennessy on her victory, emphasizing the importance of perseverance and self-belief in overcoming obstacles.

Tatiana Weston-Webb, another seasoned competitor, found herself facing the prospect of elimination after a challenging heat. Despite her disappointment, Weston-Webb remained resolute, determined to bounce back stronger in the next round. “I really had to dig deep and face my fears to get to where I’m at today,” remarked Weston-Webb, highlighting her unwavering commitment to personal growth and resilience in the face of adversity.

With tension mounting and stakes higher than ever, the stage is set for a thrilling showdown as veteran surfers vie for redemption and survival in the elimination round. As competition intensifies, surfers will need to draw upon their experience and expertise to navigate the treacherous waters of Banzai Pipeline and emerge victorious.

Elimination Drama: Carissa Moore and Tatiana Weston-Webb Fight for Survival
Tatiana Weston-Webb of Brazil at the rising tides activation prior to the commencement of the Lexus Pipe Pro on January 27, 2024 at Oahu, Hawaii. (Photo by Tony Heff /World Surf League)

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Elimination Drama: Carissa Moore and Tatiana Weston-Webb Fight for Survival
Photo by Tony Heff/World Surf League

Elimination Drama: Carissa Moore and Tatiana Weston-Webb Fight for Survival

Brisa Hennessy's stellar performance relegates Carissa Moore. Tatiana Weston-Webb faces challenge, reflecting on personal growth. Tension rises as veterans aim for redemption.

Despite their illustrious careers, veteran surfers encountered unexpected challenges in the early stages of the Lexus Pipe Pro 2024. Costa Rican surfer Brisa Hennessy delivered a stellar performance, relegating five-time World Champion Carissa Moore to the elimination round with her impressive display of skill and determination. “It’s crazy in this sport how people can be in rhythm or be out of it and luckily today was my day,” reflected Hennessy on her victory, emphasizing the importance of perseverance and self-belief in overcoming obstacles.

Tatiana Weston-Webb, another seasoned competitor, found herself facing the prospect of elimination after a challenging heat. Despite her disappointment, Weston-Webb remained resolute, determined to bounce back stronger in the next round. “I really had to dig deep and face my fears to get to where I’m at today,” remarked Weston-Webb, highlighting her unwavering commitment to personal growth and resilience in the face of adversity.

With tension mounting and stakes higher than ever, the stage is set for a thrilling showdown as veteran surfers vie for redemption and survival in the elimination round. As competition intensifies, surfers will need to draw upon their experience and expertise to navigate the treacherous waters of Banzai Pipeline and emerge victorious.

Elimination Drama: Carissa Moore and Tatiana Weston-Webb Fight for Survival
Tatiana Weston-Webb of Brazil at the rising tides activation prior to the commencement of the Lexus Pipe Pro on January 27, 2024 at Oahu, Hawaii. (Photo by Tony Heff /World Surf League)

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