The WSL Championship Tour is back! Kicking off on December 4 in Hawaii with the women’s Roxy Maui Pro, followed by the men’s Billabong Pipe Masters starting on December 8. All the action, excitement and competition will end next September at Lower Trestles, California.
Follow The Road To The WSL Finals
It’s been 10 months, 24 days, and one worldwide pandemic since the world’s best surfers put on the jersey in a Championship Tour event. But at long last, the tour is just days away (it feels really, really good to say that).
The 2021 season will officially kick off in Hawaii and World Surf Weekly is the only place for breaking news, exclusive insights, and expert analysis. Chris Cote breaks down the contenders, sleepers, and forecasts for Maui and Pipe, and talks with guests John John Florence and Rob Machado.
Maui Pro presented by Roxy
2019 World Champion Carissa Moore mounts her title defense against a growing list of contenders, including seven-time champ Stephanie Gilmore, prodigy Caroline Marks, and the rejuvenated Tyler Wright.
The tour kicks off at the Maui Pro presented by Roxy, starting December 4. Follow the road to the WSL Finals and watch live on worldsurfleague.com.
Billabong Pipe Masters presented by Hydro Flask
Just days later, 2019 World Champion Italo Ferreira, dominant rival Gabriel Medina, local icon John John Florence, and undisputed G.O.A.T. Kelly Slater return to action at the Billabong Pipe Masters presented by Hydro Flask on December 8.
Watch World Surf Weekly now to learn more.