Blog Posts with tag #RipCurlWSLFinals
Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore have been crowned the 2021 WSL World Champions to conclude dominant seasons for both of the No. 1 ranked surfers.
Looks like this'll be as good as it possibly can be.
The 2x World Champion and Australian Surfing Hall of Fame Inductee gives us his take on the Rip Curl WSL Finals (9-17 September).
In the high-flying modern era of professional surfing, it's nearly impossible to compete at the most elite level on the Championship Tour without boasting an aggressive air game. Unless your name is Conner Coffin.
Rookies aren't supposed to soar as high as Morgan Cibilic has on Championship Tour in 2021. And while the surf punditry waited for him to fly too close to the sun, event after event he just kept shining brighter.
From the signature Rip Curl WSL Finals event artwork to multiple murals all around San Clemente and the world, meet local artist, Jeff Lukasik.
From directions and parking to local events and grinds, this is your ultimate guide to San Clemente and the Rip Curl WSL Finals.
For the first time in the history of the WSL Championship Tour, the 2021 World Champion will be decided by a one-day, winner-take-all event titled the Rip Curl WSL Finals.
On the whim of quick Surfline check, the Rip Curl team heads south to Oaxaca, Mexico on the Search for perfect waves before the WSL Championship Tour event.
The contest is heating up as we get closer to the winner-takes-all Rip Curl WSL Finals.
Prior to this year’s Rottnest Rip Curl Search, the last Search event to run was back in 2011 held in San Francisco whereas a fresh-faced 17-year-old Gabriel Medina conquered Joel Parkinson.
Sally Fitzgibbons and Gabriel Medina have won the Rip Curl Rottnest Search after the biggest day of surf during the competition window.