Surfing's back on and the pros are gonna party like it's the 1999 Billabong Pro.
With competition surfing running late and out of timetable order, the Woz fires up the blue train and rumbles the tub. Ding Alley reports on the big return.
The Woz begin revving the engines with two contests for Championship Tour surfers planned for later this year.
Despite twenty years of trying, silverware isn't the driving force for Australia's latest World Champion.
Ten teams of two surfers from all...actually only some, surfing countries will whip into big, clean Nazare.
For Kemper it's his fourth win, and Alms her third.
Slater bags a Perfect 10, while John John warms his engine.
But as expected, Gabriel Medina puts in a dominating performance.
Winds could be tricky but overnight the WSL has given the green light for Thursday local time.
Three Aussies get promoted while one chews his fingernails to the knuckle as Pipe decides his fate.
Carissa Moore joins an esteemed team by claiming her fourth World Title.
For the second year in a row, Peterson fell short of the World Title with an early elimination in Maui.