We found the perfect wave with WSL

The Beachwaver and the World Surf League teamed up for the first-ever Beachwaver Maui Pro in Honolua Bay, home of the perfect wave.

The Maui Pro was the final stop on the 2018 WSL Women’s Championship Tour, and IT. WAS. EPIC. We watched the world’s most dynamic female athletes surf some of the biggest competition waves in years, and we watched Carissa Moore take home the gold with a perfect, 10-point ride on the very last wave of the season. Plus, history was made, as Stephanie Gilmore earned her 7th World Title, tying Layne Beachley for most title wins ever! We couldn’t be more proud to partner with an organization that empowers women to follow their dreams, and we were blown away by the positive energy, good vibes and girl power. Mahalo for everything, Maui!

Pro surfer Courtney Conlogue

Meet Courtney
Courtney, known for her work ethic and positive spirit, is a two-time runner-up to the World Title. She started surfing at age four, and won the first contest she ever entered at age 10, kick-starting her rise through the amateur ranks. In 2009, she won the US Open of Surfing. In 2015, she won events in Australia, Brazil and Portugal. She's just getting started, more motivated than ever by the challenges and the journey.

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Pro surfer Rosy Hodge

Meet Rosy
Rosy began surfing at age seven in her native South Africa. A year later, she won her first contest, and began surfing professionally. She won nine South African Championships before qualifying for the World Tour, and was a Top-10 contender for four years. But her run ended when she failed to prequalify in 2010. Instead of giving up, Rosy took the opportunity to travel the world calling heats, becoming the first-ever female WSL commentator.

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Pro surfer Nikki van Dijk

Meet Nikki
Nikki’s surfing is grounded in mastery of fundamentals, with tons of energy and style. She grew up surfing with her family on Phillip Island, Australia. She began competing at age 13, and during her final year of school, she clinched the World Junior Championship in Bali. She joined the World Tour in 2014. In 2016, she won third at Trestles, and in 2017, she came in first at the Cascais Women’s Pro.

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Nikki van Dijk attacks the waves at the Beachwaver Maui Pro Women's Surf Championships