In a back-and-forth affair, Jordy Smith beat Adriano de Souza to take the win at the Billabong Rio Pro. Shooting up the ASP ratings, it was Smith's first tour win since 2011
It was a long day at the Billabong Rio Pro, but the quarterfinalists have been decided and Kelly Slater and Adriano De Souza are set for a head-to-head clash tomorrow.
Storm surf and low scores are the story of the day as the waiting period winds down and Billabong Rio Pro officials are forced to run round two.
Lakey Peterson's rise in surfing was quick, and maybe a little bit unexpected. Her new film "Zero to 100" captures the rise of an unlikely surf star.
In dominating fashion Australia's Tyler Wright made short work of Sally Fitzgibbons to win the Colgate Plax Girls' Rio Pro and take the ASP Women's World Tour ratings lead.
Women's world title rights continues to tighten as Carissa Moore, Tyler Wright and Sally Fitzgibbons fight their way into the quarters of the Colgate Plax Girls' Rio Pro.
Six months after Superstorm Sandy destroyed the shoreline from Maine to New Hampshire, the Rockaway Beach surf community is showing the resolve they're so famous for.
He won the Rip Curl Pro at Bells, and he's going into the Billabong Rio Pro with a full head of steam. Here's why Adriano De Souza might be the most dangerous man in surf right now.
The Australian leg of the ASP World Tour is in the books, and now, as the Billabong Rio Pro gears up, things are starting to get interesting. Shane Beschen breaks is down.
As the Colgate Plax Girls' Rio Pro gears up, things are starting to tighten up on the ASP Women's World Tour. Casey Butler looks at the women's world title race going into Brazil.
Slater, Parko, Fanning, De Souza were all winners as tricky, but high-scoring surf kicked off round one of the Billabong Rio Pro.
Rookie is not, exactly, the right word for Glenn Hall. Rookie implies inexperience, which is the opposite of what Glenn Hall has. Here's the man they call Micro's story.
What does life after pro surfing mean for Kalani Robb? Come to find out it means a lot more than chasing world tour points or posting results. Surfing's his life.
With a year of travel ahead of him, Josh Mulcoy offers up a tour of his hometown of Santa Cruz before he hits the road.
Don't call it a comeback. For surfers like Layne Beachley and Sunny Garcia capturing ISA Masters titles is just an extension of their already dynamic careers.