Adriano de Souza: he loves Jeffreys Bay

The world's best surfers will ride J-Bay Open 2014 between 10th-20th July, at Jeffreys Bay, South Africa.

The best right-hand point break of the African continent will see the Top 34 surfers plus two wildcards battling for points, prize money and honor. Jeffreys Bay is back for good.

After a two-year hiatus from elite competition, the venue adds a technical element to the Dream Tour. This is not just another wave. J-Bay can be tricky and it requires study, knowledge and experience.


Timmy Reyes: power and experience

Timmy Reyes has won the Mr Price Pro Ballito 2014, in six-to-eight foot (1.5- 2 meter) surf, in South Africa.

The Californian surfer, 32, proved it is never too late to make a glorious comeback, after several injuries almost put an end to his surfing career.

Tim Reyes defeated Matt Wilkinson in the final heat held at Willard Beach, to claim his first major victory in ten years. As a result, Reyes collects 6500 qualification points and moves to fifth position on the ASP World Qualifying Series ratings.


Josh Moniz: ready to become a world surfing champion

Josh Moniz and Caroline Marks have taken out the 2014 NSSA National Championships, in three-to-five foot surf, at Huntington Beach, California.

The 18-year old surfer from Honolulu will never forget the day he joined Kolohe Andino, Greg Long, Kelly Slater and Andy Irons in the winner's list of the National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA).

The hard-fought final, who also included Seth Moniz, Josh managed to pull a near-perfect wave ride, scored with 9.80 points, to clinch the Open Men's title. "Couldn't be more stoked to win my first NSSA title today! Thank you everyone for all the support," stated Moniz.