The Best Women's Surfing Ever

Surfing is a sport that takes a lot of time, dedication and skill. This is one sport that takes quite a bit of balance and focus. Within this series you will meet some of the best women surfers and see what tricks and tips they can share with you. They will compete across the world with others in this amazing sport. These women are truly inspirational and are definitely great role models for anyone to look up to.

Fuel TV
1 Season, 12 Episodes
March 5, 2007
The Best Women's Surfing Ever

The Best Women's Surfing Ever Full Episode Guide

  • The final stop of the 2008 ASP Women's World Tour will determine who takes home the title. Can Stephanie Gilmore win her 2nd straight championship in two years, or will 2004 Champion Sophia Mulanovich realize her dream of a second World Title?

  • Returning to the birth place of surfing, the top 17 women surfers battle for this prestigious title. Stop 7 of 8 in the Women's ASP World Tour and stop 2 of 3 for the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.

  • Sofia Mulanovich returns home looking to extend her world championship points lead. At Stop 6 of 8, Sofia is in the lead, but current World Champion Stephanie Gilmore chases from a close second.

  • 2006 will be the inaugural year for the Havaianas Beachley Classic and 6th stop on this year's tour. Although the northern beaches of Sydney are no stranger to competitive surfing, the WCT girls will get their first crack at them this year. Six-time world champion Layne Beachley is the host for the contest in Manly, Australia.

  • Beachley Classic is the product of Beachley's hard-fought battle to bring an ASP Women's World Tour event back to Sydney and up the ante on prize money awarded to professional female surfers. This event is becoming a classic in the industry, enjoy it's third installment with some of best female surfers.

  • The fourth stop of the ASP Women's world tour brings the top 17 to Rio De Janeiro Brazil for the Billabong Pro Rio. After occuring for two consecutive years in ItacarĂ©, South coastline of Bahia State, this year's Billabong Girls Pro lands in the "Marvelous City," bringing all its charm to Barra da Tijuca beach. Half way though the season Rio will play a perfect back drop for the top 17 to battle it out for the ASP Women's World Tour Title.

  • Stop 3 of 8 for the ASP Women's World Tour takes Southern France by storm. World Champion Stephanie Gilmore finds herself sitting 2nd after two events, behind '07 runner-up, Sofia Mulanovich at the prestigious Hossegor break.

  • 2007 Rookie of the Year and World Champion Stephanie Gilmore looks to defend her title at one of the longest running stops on tour, the world famous Bells Beach, Australia. Also Featuring: Sofia Mulanovich, Layne Beachely, Jessi Miley-Dyer, and more.

  • The first stop of the 2008 ASP Women's World tour brings the world's best surfers to the beautiful Gold Coast of Australia to compete at the Roxy Pro. 2007 Tour champion Stephanie Gilmore will strive to protect her crown, as a host of veterans and up-and-comers grapples for vital points early in the tour.

  • The world's top female surfers compete in the inaugural Billabong Pro Brazil, part of the women's WCT tour. Layne Beachley, Sofia Mulanovich, and more compete for the top podium spot at this picturesque beachbreak.

  • World Champs Layne Beachley and Chelsea Georgeson battle a hungry Melanie Redman-Carr for the 2006 World Title as Hawaiian sensation Melanie Bartels fights for the coveted Triple Crown of surfing.

  • Sunset Beach Hawaii hosts the seventh stop on the women's world champion ship tour and the second stop of the vans triple crown of surfing. Being the second to last stop on tour a fierce title race between six time world champion Layne Beachley, the reigning world champion Chelsea Georgeson, and West Australian Power house Melanie Redman-Carr the girls will be battling it out at the legendary wave to try and secure victory. Standing in the title race competitors' way are the wildcards of the event: Australian phenomenon Stephanie Gilmore and Hawaii's own Melanie Bartels. These two competitor's give us standout performances that shows us the future of women's championship surfing. 2006 marks the first year that the Roxy Pro will be set at the infamous Sunset beach since 2000.

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