Carissa Moore wins the Beachley Classic in Australia and solidifies herself as the number 1 woman surfer in the world once again.
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Carissa Moore and Sally Fitzgibbons will lead the charge back into Australia as the rest of the field tries to play catchup on the world tour.
Sally Fitzgibbons defeats Carissa Moore in the finals of the TSB Women’s Surf Festival in New Zealand. The tour is becoming a duel between these two.
Coco Ho, Carissa Moore, and Melanie Bartels are all through the 3rd round of the TSB Bank in New Zealand.
The perfect match-up ended the 2011 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach with Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson dueling it out in the finals.
Sally Fitzgibbons of Australia won the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach while Carissa Moore placed a close second and remains the best surfer in the world right now.
One the Women’s side there are still a few Hawaiian hopefuls in the mix while Dusty Payne was eliminated in Round 2. More good waves for round 3 action predicted.
The Men’s and Women’s competition got underway at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach in Australia. Hawaii surfers are getting into the groove out there.
The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach in Australia had a lay day today. The next few look much better for action as Bethany Hamilton is among the women ready to go.
Kelly Slater has done it again. He’ll be starting the year at number 1 in the world and keeping it. We have the results and photos from the Quiksilver Pro Australia 2011.