Finals Day Post Show | Meet The New Number One Surfers In The World

From underdogs to the number one surfers in the world, how Brisa Hennessy and Barron Mamiya changed the trajectories of their careers.

The road to the Rip Curl WSL Finals leads just up the beach from Pipeline to the site of the first-ever Championship Tour event. At the famed Sunset Beach, the massive lineup, powerful surf, and intimidating reputation present the world’s best surfers with an unforgiving early-season test. Who will leave Hawaii on top?


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  1. Not buying? Spastic style? The carvers? Lost the wave draw! Lots of luck of the wave showing!Moore Hyper turns one? Better than spin to win? I guess?

  2. Barron is the real deal!!! Think about it. If that last second wave didn’t come to Slater, Barron would’ve won that too!

    But hey! We can watch slater do his last championship tour at age 50!!!

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