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Our Tips for the Women’s Oi Rio Pro

Though just three events remain before the WSL Finalists are decided, there is still plenty of water to go under the bridge on both the men’s and women’s side of the draw before we know who will be competing at Trestles. That makes each event pivotal, but there’s no time to take a breath; just …

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Our Tips for the Men’s Oi Rio Pro

Though just three events remain before the WSL Finalists are decided, there is still plenty of water to go under the bridge on both the men’s and women’s side of the draw before we know who will be competing at Trestles. That makes each event pivotal, but there’s no time to take a breath; just …

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Our Tips for the Quiksilver Pro G-Land

And we’re back. A more-than-three-week hiatus following the Margaret River Pro will end on the 28th of May, when the Championship Tour returns for the Quiksilver/Roxy Pro G-Land. The event will be the first following the inaugural mid-season cut, meaning our two lists of competitors will be significantly smaller than they were for the first …

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Our Tips for the Roxy Pro G-Land

And we’re back. A more-than-three-week hiatus following the Margaret River Pro will end on the 28th of May, when the Championship Tour returns for the Quiksilver/Roxy Pro G-Land. The event will be the first following the inaugural mid-season cut, meaning our two lists of competitors will be significantly smaller than they were for the first …

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The Run Home – Men’s Championship Tour

After five events, we’ve officially reached the halfway point of the 2022 Championship Tour season. The mid-season cut sent a host of athletes packing, leaving just ten women and 22 men (plus one wildcard each) to battle it out for a spot in the WSL Finals at Trestles.

The Run Home – Women’s Championship Tour

After five events, we’ve officially reached the halfway point of the 2022 Championship Tour season. The mid-season cut sent a host of athletes packing, leaving just ten women and 22 men (plus one wildcard each) to battle it out for a spot in the WSL Finals at Trestles. On both the men’s and the women’s …

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The Inaugural Mid-Season Cut – Who Were the Biggest Casualties?

The introduction of the mid-season cut has been met with varied responses from fans. The most notable potential advantage was the element of added intrigue that it brings in the early stages of the season, and there’s no doubt that it achieved that, particularly at the Margaret River Pro when a huge number athletes had a spot in the second half of the tour to surf for. The downside, however, was always going to be the potential for big names to miss the second half of the season, with only the top ten women and top 22 men advancing. And while there weren’t as many of these casualties as there could have been, there were still a number of big names who failed to finish above the cut line. Let’s take a look at some of them.  

The Margaret River Pro Wash-Up

With the inaugural mid-season cut following the recently concluded Margaret River Pro, it was always going to be a contest with significant ramifications at both ends of the world rankings. Both the men’s and the women’s events saw numerous high profile surfers sent packing from the Championship Tour for the rest of the year, while …

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Our Tips for the Men’s Margaret River Pro

The Championship Tour’s return to Bells saw the iconic break dish up day after day of perfect, rolling right handers, with Filipe Toledo and Tyler Wright running out victorious at the conclusion of the event. The powerful, long period waves are set to continue over the next week as we head to Margaret River, a …

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