Stephanie Gilmore wins the ASP World Title and Carissa Moore wins the Maui Pro in an exciting conclusion to the 2014 Women's ASP World Tour.
After a brilliant season, Stephanie Gilmore has clinched her sIxth ASP World Title at the Maui Pro at Honolua Bay.
With a huge win in Portugal, her third of the season, Stephanie Gilmore has taken control of the race for the ASP Women's World Title.
The ASP Women's world title race was wide open before the Roxy Pro France, but with Tyler Wright taking the win in Hossegor, there's another contender to add to the equation.
As the ASP Women's World Tour turns to the Atlantic and the Roxy Pro France, the race for the 2014 is very much up for grabs.
With a healthy south swell on offer all week long, both the Hurley Pro and the Swatch Women's Pro at Lower Trestles scored all-time surf. Here are some of the finer moments.
Stephanie Gilmore won the first-ever women's world tour event at Lower Trestles, while Sally Fitzgibbons took over the top spot on the ASP Women's World Tour.
Thanks to a solid south swell over the weekend, competitors on the ASP World Tour got to warm up for the Hurley Pro and Swatch Women's Pro at Lower Trestles in some of the best conditions of the summer. Here are the highlights.
For the first time, the ASP Top 17 will land in Southern California at famed break Lower Trestles for the Women's World Championship Tour, stop seven of 10.
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.
In a groundbreaking day of surfing at the Fiji Pro, Sally Fitzgibbons outlasted Stephanie Gilmore to win her second straight ASP contest.
Sally Fitzgibbons beat Stephanie Gilmore in the final of the Fiji Pro, but the big winner in the historic conditions was women's pro surfing.
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.
In a back-and-forth final, it was Sally Fitzgibbons edging out Carissa Moore to win the Rio Women's Pro.
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.
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.