How far has the sport really come?
The race to become the shaping World Champion is heating up after results in Rio.
Courtney Conlogue might be the surfer to break the stranglehold held by Carissa Moore and Stephanie Gilmore.
Filipe Toledo wins his second event of the year at Barra da Tijuca in front of a massive home crowd.
Airs to the left, reos and carves to the right as Filipe, Italo, Bede and Wilko move on to the semifinals.
The rookies show the world why they’re on the world tour.
Upsets, The Storm subsides and Mick Fanning & John John Florence fire.
Banned from competing in WSL events for 20 months.
Adriano, Filipe and Medina party like it's carnival while Kelly Slater delivers a flawless performance.
Hosting a WSL event in Rio’s poor, polluted waves has its critics, but could it bring benefits to pro surfing in the long run?
Taking down Jeremy Flores in the final.
But would you be willing to pay to see surfing?
Kieren Perrow pulls a rabbit out of the hat.
Adriano de Souza defeats John John Florence in the final and stakes his claim for a world title.
Will Margies finish with a bang and will we still love it if it doesn’t?
The Californian cracks the stranglehold of the top four.
How a weight lifted has added muscle to the second coming of Adriano de Souza.
Nat Young tells us why The Box is a more challenging wave than Teahupoo.
Double-barrel party time at The Box.
Kelly capitulates as his Kryptonite strikes again.
Including the return of vintage Kelly Slater.
Just when it couldn’t get any better, in walks Tom Carroll.
What we would have seen if the WSL moved the event up the coast.
You know what they say about people in glass houses?
It’s all about The Box.