Carissa Moore has won the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, but as the photos prove, the ASP women are all elevating the game.
Carissa Moore took a commanding early lead in the ASP Women's World Title race by winning the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, her second straight victory in 2014.
Last year, the Women's Rip Curl Pro set a new standard for progressive surfing from the women. This year, Bianca Buitendag is looking to ring the proverbial bell.
The Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach is the longest-running event on the ASP World Tour. With the forecast looking good, here's whom to watch for.
The historic Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach is here, and as Gabriel Medina, Joel Parkinson and Kelly Slater posture for the ASP World Title, there are still dark horses on the horizon.
After six years on the ASP World Tour, Michel Bourez has won his first contest, the Margaret River Pro, giving fans back home in Tahiti a lot to cheer about.
After six years on the ASP World Tour, Tahiti's Michel Bourez broke through at the Margaret River Pro to beat Josh Kerr and win his first tour event.
With a convincing win at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro Carissa Moore out surfs rival Tyler Wright to vault back to the top of the ASP Women's World Tour ratings.
With a convincing win at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, Carissa Moore out-surfs rival Tyler Wright to vault back to the top of the ASP Women's World Tour ratings.
After 23 years and 11 ASP World Titles Kelly Slater is leaving sponsor Quiksilver in hopes of starting his own apparel brand.
After more than ten years Margaret River appears on the ASP Men's World Tour schedule, which leaves lots of room for speculation about how the boys will fair.
As the Australian leg of the 2014 ASP World Tour season moves to the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia, world champs Kelly Slater and Carissa Moore look to climb back to the top of the rankings.
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Is Gabriel Medina's win at the Quiksilver Pro a changing of the national guard in professional surfing? Will 2014 be the year that a Brazilian finally wins an ASP World Title?
With the biggest result of his career, Alex Gray has won the fifth stop of the 2014 Big Wave World Tour, the Dive N' Surf Oregon Pro at Nelscott Reef.
In a final that went down to the wire, Gabriel Medina edged out Joel Parkinson to win the 2014 Quiksilver Pro Australia and take an early ASP World Tour ratings lead.