Blog Posts with tag #RipCurlWSLFinals
Featuring the top five men and top five women in the world, the Rip Curl WSL Finals features an all-star lineup with world title stakes and all kinds of surfing intrigue. Here’s who’s you’ll see at Lower Trestles this September.
After a long, hard-fought season on the Championship Tour, Costa Rica's Brisa Hennessy is heading to Lower Trestles for her first appearance in the Rip Curl WSL Finals.
The biggest day of the year in professional surfing is edging closer, and surf fans across the globe are ramping up for the occasion. Amid all the buzz and excitement, we’re here to make your pilgrimage down to Trestles on Finals day that much easier.
Before there was a world champion, before there was pro surfing, before there was even a surf industry, Miki Dora and Phil Edwards found their own private paradise at Trestles.
The Rip Curl WSL Finals is the ultimate day in competitive surfing. With the world title decided in a one-day, winner-take-all event, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
A massive Finals Day sees longtime CT-hopeful Teresa Bonvalot and Rio Waida seize top podium honours.
Reaching the Quarterfinals at Pipeline on his WSL Championship Tour debut.
The 2022 Rip Curl WSL Finals will take place at Lower Trestles, California from September 8 - 16.
One of the brightest lights of a new generation of Australian surfers has just graduated to the Championship Tour after Rookie Caitlin Simmers decided to opt out of the 2022 CT.
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).