Brazil's Italo Ferreira, American Kolohe Andino and Mexico's Jhony Corzo starred as men's action continued at the World Surfing Games in Japan.
Australia won the Aloha Cup title as action continued at the World Surfing Games in Japan.
Peru's Sofia Mulánovich won her second women's World Surfing Games gold medal – 15 years after claiming her first.
Miyazaki is poised to host the World Surfing Games, with athletes hoping to secure direct qualification to the Olympic Games for the first time.
New Zealand surfer Paige Hareb has admitted she did not think she would have the chance of fulfilling her Olympic dream as the sport prepares for its debut at Tokyo 2020.
Peru earned three gold medals on the final day of surfing here at the 2019 Pan American Games as Daniella Rosas and Luca Mesinas qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Lima’s grey skies have lingered over the Pan American Games, with the Peruvian capital’s weather taking many athletes and officials by surprise. Grey and cold is not the first thought many have when they pack bags for South America.
San Diego could yet host competition as part of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) World Beach Games, with International Surfing Association (ISA) President Fernando Aguerre expecting his sport to remain in the American city as a standalone event.
International Surfing Association (ISA) executive director Robert Fasulo believes stand-up paddle’s (SUP) involvement at Lima 2019 is a validation of the approach they have taken with the discipline.
Sports footwear brand Vans will be the presenting sponsor for the 2019 International Surfing Association (ISA) World Surfing Games (WSG) in Japan, the ISA has announced.
Surfing will not form part of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) World Beach Games following the decision to move the event from San Diego to Qatar’s capital city Doha.
International Surfing Association (ISA) President Fernando Aguerre has declared the organisation “proud” as the sport prepares to make its first appearance at the Pan American Games here in Lima.
International Surfing Association (ISA) executive director Robert Fasulo has claimed the waves at the Tokyo 2020 surfing venue are "absolutely up to standard" for the sport's Olympic debut following the conclusion of the test event.
Heavy fog and small waves briefly disrupted the opening day of the surfing test event for Tokyo 2020 as International Surfing Association (ISA) officials insisted the conditions would be "absolutely adequate" for the sport's Olympic debut.
Preparations for the surfing's Olympic debut will be scrutinised this week when a test event for next year's Games in Tokyo takes place at Tsurigasaki Beach.