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Hawaii crew starts strong at Margaret River in tough conditions

The first two days of the waiting period saw expected minimal swell and action at the Margaret River Pro didn’t get underway until Friday. But even when the competitors were given the go, the waves were sometimes haphazard, hostile and unpredictable in nature at North Point.

Margaret River ready to roll as Aussie leg wraps up

The third and final event of the Australian leg that annually kicks off the Championship Tour season is set to get underway as Tuesday opened the waiting period for the Margaret River Pro. A diminishing swell was likely to delay the start and prompt lay days for both Tuesday and today, but Thursday looks like a promising potential day one.

Tati eyeing second CT title as Bells approaches finals day

After a second-round loss to start her 2018 season, Tatiana Weston-Webb has a big result locked up at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach. Weston-Webb is into the semifinal round but her path to what would beher second Championship Tour title appears at least manageable on its surface.

Is Seabass Mick’s final foe? Tati into quarters at Bells

While the men’s draw has remained fairly predictable through two rounds, the women’s event featured a few shockers in the early stages of the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach. Among the casualties were two-time women’s world champ Tyler Wright, who fell in the third round against Tatiana Weston-Webb and Silvana Lima.

Bells Beach is fitting site for Fanning’s finale

The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach has gained a strong following through the years. Those who get to ring the bell at the end of the event seem to relish that moment as one they won’t forget for the rest of their careers. It’s always a fun contest, regardless of the world title implications or who ends up with the trophy.

Heavy hitters battle for two remaining Final Four slots

It’s day eight of this 2018 NCAA Tournament and it may be the very first one that actually feels like one we may have anticipated. While the rest of the tournament has been dominated by the heroics of Loyola-Chicago, UMBC, Florida State, Marshall, Nevada and a host of others, we will complete the Final Four with some of the most recognizable names in college hoops royalty.

What just happened? NCAA madness reaches new heights

You know how each year you say to yourself, “I’ll remember to include more upsets in my March Madness bracket next year” because the chalk always lets you down? Hopefully, the 2018 version of you took that 2017 version’s advice because this tournament has been nuts from the get go.