Stephanie Gilmore won the first-ever women's world tour event at Lower Trestles, while Sally Fitzgibbons took over the top spot on the ASP Women's World Tour.
For the first time, the ASP Top 17 will land in Southern California at famed break Lower Trestles for the Women's World Championship Tour, stop seven of 10.
After dealing with injury and a slump in the ratings in 2013, Stephanie Gilmore's victory at the Roxy Pro proves she's back in world-title winning form this year.
In a race that went down all the way to the final day of the 2013 season, Carissa Moore dominated the EDP Cascais Girls' Pro to win her second ASP Women's World Title.
Carissa Moore and Tyler Wright are both into the quarters at the Cascais Girls Pro in Portgual, meaning the women's ASP World Title race comes down to the final day of the season
Women's World Championship Tour schedule for 2014 takes shape with the announcement of a women's Top 17 contest at Trestles next September