Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning own seven of the last 10 ASP World Titles, but they've never had a showdown at Pipeline, until now.
Rarely does an ASP world title come down to the wire, but after a back-and-forth year in 2013, Mick Fanning and Kelly Slater are both poised for greatness.
After a slow start to the season winter waves finally hit Hawaii and the East and West Coasts, serving up some serious swell and a much-needed run of A-plus surf.
Making a huge statement about the state of Hawaiian surfing, local surfer Zeke Lau beat the world's best at Sunset Beach, taking command of the Triple Crown race in the process.
Tahitian powerhouse Michel Bourez takes an early lead in the Triple Crown ratings after a win at the Reef Hawaiian Pro.
World titles and careers hang in the balance as the 2013 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing lands on Oahu's famed North Shore.
Montgomery "Buttons" Kaluhiokalani, a Hawaiian surfing legend immortalized in one of the sport's most iconic photos, died Saturday at age 54.
Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning are the final two surfers left in the race for the 2013 ASP World Title. Here's what it's going to take for them to win it.
From a competitive standpoint John John Florence's results this year were questionable, but what's not up for debate is how good he is in any and all conditions.
ESPN Films' 30 for 30 series is premiering "Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau" on ESPN on October 1, at 8:00 p.m. ET
This underground race is part endurance test, part epic SUP adventure and all 17 miles of unmatched beauty off the Na Pali coast of Hawaii
Ace Buchan won the Billabong Pro Tahiti, but as Hurley's "Tour Notes" reveals, the real story may be the growing rivalry between John John Florence and Kelly Slater.
Kauai all came together for the 2nd Annual Live Like Sion Gromfest, honoring the legacy of legendary surfer and family man Sion Milosky
Surfing honors its fallen heroes. This August the tight-knit community on Kauai gathered to remember the late Sion Milosky at the 2nd Annual Live Like Sion GromFest
He was the master of the six-channel bottom and at 60 years old he towed Hawaii's outer reefs, but a motorcycle accident in Bali has taken the life of legendary surfboard shaper Al Byrne.