As Carissa Moore looks to defend her U.S. Open of Surfing title in Huntington Beach, she finds herself in the grips of a neck-and-neck race with Sally Fitzgibbons.
Winning the Fiji Pro with a dominating performance, Gabriel Medina has won his second event of the 2014 ASP World Tour season and seized control of the race for the world title.
Winning his second event of the ASP season, Michel Bourez is in the hunt for a world title, but he's going to have to get past Kelly Slater, who now sits in the top spot.
After 23 years and 11 ASP World Titles Kelly Slater is leaving sponsor Quiksilver in hopes of starting his own apparel brand.
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.
In a preseason scheduling change, the ASP announces that the 2014 world tour schedule will now include the Jeffreys Bay Open, taking the place of the short-lived Bali Pro.
After a back and forth battle all year long with Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning has won the 2013 ASP World Title
In a demonstration of clutch surfing, Mick Fanning beat Gabriel Medina to win the Quiksilver Pro France and seize control to the 2013 ASP World Title race.
As the Billabong Pro Tahiti approaches, it's nearly a dead heat between Mick Fanning and Kelly Slater for the top spot in the world. Both know what it takes to win at Teahupo'o.
It was a long week in Huntington Beach, but when the spray finally settled it was Brazil's Alejo Muniz who beat California kid Kolohe Andino to win the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing.
Going into the final day of the Vans U.S. Open seven out of the eight surfers left in the draw are on the world tour. Smith, Andino and Young all front the podium-hungry pack.
Few locations around the world have troubled Kelly Slater over the years, but Huntington Beach is one of them. In losing to Michel Bourez, the beachbreak stumps him again.
Nobody was eliminated in the three-man Round of 24 at the U.S. Open, but there were some winners, among them a very satisfied Kolohe Andino -- who's looking quite dangerous.
Retirement is a relative term in surfing, just ask Dean Morrison. For this "Coolie Kid" walking away from the tour has translated into riding some of the best waves of his life.
19-year-old Brazilian Gabriel Medina has beat 11-time world champ Kelly Slater to make the Real Surf final, where he'll face heavy-footed South African Jordy Smith.
Kelly Slater, Jordy Smith, Gabriel Medina and Josh Kerr have moved on into round two of X Games Real Surf, and now things are getting really interesting. Voting's live now.