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With a convincing win at the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro Carissa Moore out surfs rival Tyler Wright to vault back to the top of the ASP Women's World Tour ratings.
After dealing with injury and a slump in the ratings in 2013, Stephanie Gilmore's victory at the Roxy Pro proves she's back in world-title winning form this year.
As the race for the Women's ASP World Title tightens, Carissa Moore and Tyler Wright are neck and neck. And they could meet in the final of the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing.
Carissa Moore and Sally Fitzgibbons dominated day one with great wave selection and super-smooth power surfing, world champ Steph Gilmore wasn't quite so lucky.
Nyjah Huston and Steph Gilmore won ESPYS on Wednesday and they were joined by some other action sports stars in Los Angeles.
As the ASP Women's World Tour looks to France for the Roxy Pro Biarritz, the ratings are knotted at the top, which means world title implications are on the line heading into Europe.
After several slow, flat days in the West Oz countryside Margaret River turned back on. The result? Some familiar faces are back in the quarterfinals at the Drug Aware Pro.
Stephanie Gilmore made a statement on day two of the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, while top seeds all advance to set up intriguing round three match-ups.
Stephanie Gilmore ran away with her fifth world title last year, but things aren't going to be so easy in 2013. The ASP Women's World Tour is stacked with talent.
Recently winning her fifth ASP World Championship, Steph Gilmore talks about where womens surfing can go from here.
Bouncing back from a random assault and injury, Steph Gilmore is your 2012 Womens ASP World Champ
Gilmore beats Wright in Roxy Biarritz final for her fifth World Title
Alessa Quizon edges out Steph Gilmore en route to the Billabong Rio Women's semi-finals
Gilmore, Fitzgibbons battles through round two at Billabong Pro Rio.
Courtney Conlogue wins Commonwealth Banks Beachley Classic in Sydney.