Friday, 15 June 2018 10:47:46 am Australia/Sydney
Dusty, in his element for the most personal film he's been a part of yet - Relentless.
Monday, 28 May 2018 2:59:50 pm Australia/Sydney
Jules, threading one of the thicker waves on opening day at Keramas. All photos Ryan Miller and Trevor Moran Read More
Monday, 28 May 2018 12:36:56 pm Australia/Sydney
Ryan, back where he belongs on his way to the podium at Chiba. Photos WSL
Thursday, 24 May 2018 11:36:39 am Australia/Sydney
Last time the CT rolled into Bali, Parko was crowned King of Keramas including two 10 point rides along the way. Whatever happens this time around, you know it'll be entertaining. Photo WSL
Wednesday, 23 May 2018 3:08:45 pm Australia/Sydney
From spending an Australian summer out of the water with a torn ACL, to scoring the tail end of a pumping Moroccan winter, our mate Kai Hing has had to adapt a lot over the last few months. Now, his focus has shifted from contests to just chasing good waves with friends, mixed with whatever weird and wonderful experiences they can find on each trip. With everything you'd expect after a month long odyssey in the Taghazout region, Monster Children summed up this clip perfectly - tagine, hash and pumping righthand points.
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 12:34:48 pm Australia/Sydney
Mikey, showing why he's taken more scalps than any other wildcard on the CT so far this year. Photo Trevor Moran
Friday, 4 May 2018 3:55:36 pm Australia/Sydney
Jules throwing one to the flats, not far from his second home. Photo Peter Boskovic
Now living part time on the Sunshine Coast and part time in Newcastle, J-Dub's been scoring plenty of fun waves between CT events. Ever since we sent his first batch of boards down south earlier in the year, he's managed to keep things fresh by surfing just about everything in the quiver - from a HYFI Psycho Nitro on the smallest days (set up as a quad) to regular PU Air 17s in preparation for better waves and contests. With a rippable little beachie on the cards this day, Julian's weapon of choice was his new step down, the Air 17X, in HYFI. Board breakdowns below (he's 6'0" / 80kg):
Monday, 30 April 2018 3:32:17 pm Australia/Sydney
Jules looking comfortable in the yellow jersey as he slides through another North Point drainer. At 6'0" / 80kg, he went with a slight step up FMNII round pin, 6'3" x 18 3/4" x 2 7/16" x 29.3L. Photo Ryan Miller
Friday, 16 March 2018 12:27:03 pm Australia/Sydney
Our 2018 Quiksilver Pro champion and new world number one, Julian Wilson. All photos Ryan Miller and Scotty Hammonds
Wednesday, 28 February 2018 5:26:53 pm Australia/Sydney
Mikey and Tyler, both en route to the podium after stepping down to their HYFIs for finals day.