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.
Over the last few weeks, every big-wave spot from Hawaii to California saw some of the best swells in recent memory, and some lucky surfers found the right spots.
With 40-foot surf in the forecast for Jan. 24, the Maverick's Invitational will be off the charts, and the warm up sessions aren't too bad either.
In a move that's bound to shift the competitive landscape in surfing, the ASP has announced its acquisition of the Big Wave World Tour
After a brutal wipeout at Cortes Bank almost took his life earlier this year, a reflective Greg Long has won the 2012/13 Big Wave World Title.
17-year-old Natxo Gonzales wins Big Wave World Tour qualifying contest
Owen Wright on his lifelong love affair with Pipeline
Pipeline, Waimea come alive on the North Shore
Sneaking a peak at John John Florence's movie project
New year comes roaring in with solid surf at Jaws, Waimea
New Year's sees Jaws light up Maui while North Shore surfers revel on Oahu
Four years and running the Big Wave World Tour continues to evolve
The 2012 Mavericks Invitational is now a part of the Big Wave World Tour
Peter Mel was named Big Wave World Tour champion for 2011-12.
Peter Mel wins the 2011 Big Wave World Tour Billabong Pico Alto in Peru
Peru expects 30- to 36-foot surf for the second stop of the 2011 Big Wave World Tour.