It's world title shoot-out in France fpr the ASP men. Fronted by Slater and Fanning, the quarterfinalists have been decided and they aren't short on talent.
After several down days, Rd. 3 of the Quiksilver Pro France went off in some classic Hossegor conditions with Slater, Fanning and Parkinson all advancing
The back half of the Rd. 2 of the Quiksilver Pro France turned into an exhibition of progressive surfing, and it was Medina, John John and Sea Bass that stole the show
Greeted by healthy swell, action was fierce on Day 1 of the Quik Pro France. With a tightening world title race, Kelly Slater, Jordy Smith and Mick Fanning got right to work.
Mick Fanning leads Kelly Slater by the slimmest of margins in the hunt for the 2013 ASP World Title, but going into the Quiksilver Pro France anything can, and probably will, happen.
The surf's going to be pumping for the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach, and standing atop the ASP ratings, Kelly Slater knows a win at Bells could be the key to a 12th world title.
Earning his 52nd tour victory and taking an early ratings lead, Slater's left no question he's all in this year. Shane Beschen breaks down what that means for everybody else.
Slater, Fanning and Parkinson are all into the semifinals at the Quiksilver Pro, but as the final day looms, who's going to win is anybody's guess.
As the Quik Pro gets down to the business end of the contest, Slater, Burrow, Fanning and Wilson lead the charge into the quarterfinals.
During a busy day at the Quiksilver Pro, John John Florence was forced to withdraw due to injury, while Joel Parkinson took out Dane Reynolds ... and there's more.
After a number of down days the Quiksilver Pro Australia finally took to the water for round two and Dane Reynolds didn't disappoint.
The 2013 ASP World Tour gets under way March 2 with the Quiksilver Pro Australia. Kelly Slater and Joel Parkinson head the pack, but there's others to watch.