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.
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 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.
With more events in better locations, an infusion of significantly more prize money, and an extremely hungry group of women, the 2014 ASP Women's World Tour is poised to take the sport to an entirely new level.
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.
Courtney Conlogue's win at the Dow AgroSciences Pro puts her ranked third in the world. Could she be en route to becoming California's first world champ since Tom Curren?
As the top two ranked women in the world fell on day two of the TSB Bank Surf Festival , California girls Courtney Conlogue and Lakey Peterson rose to the occassion.
As the forth stop of the women's ASP World Tour took to New Zealand water it was Carissa Moore and Lakey Peterson that set the tone in Kiwi country.
In all-time conditions at Bell Beach, Carissa Moore took down Tyler Wright to win the Rip Curl Pro and overtake the top spot on the ASP rankings for the first time since 2011.
After a long, dramatic day of action at the Rip Curl Pro, Carissa Moore and Tyler Wright have found their way into the final, and in the process a new rivarly is born.
Carissa Moore posted a near-perfect heat score in round one of the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach, but Tyler Wright and Sally Fitzgibbons are in hot pursuit.
As the 52nd annual Rip Curl Pro gets set to run at Bells Beach, the women's world title race is heating up. After a win at Margaret River, can Carissa Moore overtake the top spot?
In a hard-fought final Carissa Moore edged out Tyler Wright to win the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro as the ASP's women's world title race starts to take shape.
It's not all perfect waves and blue skies in West Oz, as Gilmore, Moore and Fitzgibbons battled their way into the semifinals at the Drug Aware Pro Margaret River.
After several slow, flat days in the West Oz countryside Margaret River turned back on. The result? Some familiar faces are back in the quarterfinals at the Drug Aware Pro.