The waiting period is underway for the first event of this year's WSL Big Wave Tour, the Puerto Escondido Challenge. Some nice warmup waves will be coming in over the next few days and the season's looking active and all eyes are scanning the weather charts for a major contest-worthy swell in the coming weeks...
Another fresh entry for the 2018 season, this time from Cape Town, South Africa! The beloved break known as Dungeons came alive this week and Jeremy Johnson was straight into it. Photo by Alan van Gysen
And just like that the new 2018 WSL Big Wave Awards season is off and running! The first official entry has come in from Western Australia, with Mick Corbett Surf getting straight into the thick of things at The Right. Photo by Trent Slatter.
It's on TONIGHT! Tune in or set that DVR to watch the WSL Big Wave Awards on the CBS Sports Network. The 90-minute show captures all the biggest waves and the heaviest rides of the last year and looks into how the winners survived their greatest challenges. There are two airings - 6PM Pacific/9Pm Eastern and again at 8:30PM Pacific and 11:30 PM Eastern.
It's ON your TV! Last Saturday's WSL Big Wave Awards is airing on the CBS Sports Network this Friday, May 5. The 90-minute show captures all the biggest waves and the heaviest rides of the last year and looks into how the winners survived their greatest challenges. There are two airings - 6PM Pacific/9Pm Eastern and again at 8:30PM Pacific and 11:30 PM Eastern. Plan to watch or set your DVR... View details ⇨
"And the envelope, please!" All that's left is to put on a great show and see who wins in seven epic categories. Watch the WSL Big Wave Awards tonight at 8 PM PDT on the WorldSurfLeague.com website or the Facebook live version on the World Surf League FB Channel. It's gonna be a BIG night.
Who had the best fail of all and deserves the coveted TAG Heuer Wipeout of the Year title? Let's look at the nominees one more time! Tune in to the live webcast tomorrow night to see who wins in all seven categories.
The WSL Big Wave Awards are tomorrow night! Who's your pick for the Paddle Award? Nominees include Ben Andrews, Trevor Sven Carlson, Lucas "Chumbo" Chianca, Christopher Mashburn and Jamie Mitchell. Tune into the webcast at or the WSL Facebook live stream to watch it all!