New York's Will Skudin has been on full-blown mission this season. Not only did he make the final of the Pe'ahi Challenge, he zipped over to Portugal to bag this beast over the weekend. Photo by Vitor Faneca Estrelinha
Ben Andrews has had a stack of WSL Big Wave Awards nominations over the years with paddle monsters at Maverick's. Here's another potential contender from the recent run of Pacific swell. Photo by Fred Pompermayer.
There's been heaps of surf all around the world the last could of weeks and Puerto legend Coco nogales has been all over the place, scooping up tasty set waves. Here he aanjoys a delightfully glassy day at Todos Santos. Photo by Fred Pompermayer.
.Santa Cruz style master Nic Lamb goes full bomb squad with an epic air drop during the WSL's Pe'ahi Challenge. Yes, he stuck it and pulled it off according to Big Wave Award Biggest Paddle rules .before getting detonated out on the flats. Photo by Richard Hallman.
There has been a long buildup to yesterday's Women's Big Wave Championships at the Pe'ahi Challenge. And when the it all came down there was no question who deserved the title of undisputed heavyweight champion. Congratulations to Maui's Paige Alms for bringing it. Photo by Richard Hallman.
It's on for tomorrow! The live webcast of the Pe'ahi Challenge is set for Friday, November 11 and starts at 7 AM Hawaiian, 9 AM Pacific and Noon Eastern Times. It will also be carried on CBS Sports Network in the US and on Oceanic/Time Warner Cable in Hawaii. Check your local listings and tune in one way or another for an epic day of men's and women's big wave surfing.