It's been a few years since the ASP World Tour pulled into Jeffreys Bay, but with an intriguing world title race in the making, it's a welcome addition to the '14 schedule.
After a two-year hiatus, Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, is back on the ASP World Tour schedule, and guys like Kelly Slater and Joel Parkinson are looking to put their veteran experience to good use.
With a looming IPO that could value the company at $3 billion, camera-maker GoPro has turned awesome action sports moments into big business.
Getting paid to surf sounds great, but when it comes to putting a sponsor's sticker on your board things can get pretty complicated.
Gabriel Medina wins the 2014 Fiji Pro and rises to the top of the ASP World Tour rankings, but that's hardly the only story line that played out at Cloudbreak.
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.
If Kelly Slater ever wants to capture that elusive 12th ASP World Title, he's going to have to get on one of his trademark rolls. What better place to start than the Fiji Pro?
It's been a long time since the ASP women enjoyed the splendor of Tavarua, but they're coming back, and Carissa Moore is looking to capitalize.
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.
Kelly Slater has the pole position in the ASP ratings lead, but guys like Joel Parkinson and Gabriel Medina are nipping at his heels. Here's who to watch for in the 2014 Fiji Pro.
In a back-and-forth final, it was Sally Fitzgibbons edging out Carissa Moore to win the Rio Women's Pro.
Carissa Moore controls the ASP World Title races and is already into the quarterfinals of the Rio Pro, but rivals Tyler Wright and Sally Fitzgibbons are coming on strong.
The fourth stop on the 2014 ASP World Tour, Rio Pro puts the world's best surfers in the unpredictable element of an A-plus beach break all season. Anything can happen, but here's a few guys to watch.
As the ASP World Tour pulls into Brazil for the Rio Pro, the world title race is wide open and it's looking like we're in for an aerial dog fight in South America.
Mick Fanning wins his third Bells title, John John Florence gets a perfect 10, and Kelly Slater stumbles. The 53rd running of the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach has been interesting.
In a battle of hardened veterans, Mick Fanning outlasted Taj Burrow in a back-and-forth final to win the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach for the third time in his career.