Coco Ho: a Brazilian smile | Photo: ASP

Michael Rodrigues and Coco Ho conquered the Oceano Santa Catarina Pro 2014, an ASP 6-Star event held at Praia da Joaquina, Florianopolis, in Brazil.

Rodrigues defeated Santiago Muniz, the younger brother of Dream Tour campaigner Alejo Muniz, with a wide collection of aerials and moves on the small wave faces.

"I feel pretty emotional right now. I wasn't expecting this victory. I sustained an injury awhile back, and when I started surfing again, I said to myself that I would train hard as if each day were my last. But I still can't believe that I won," says Rodrigues.


Parker Coffin: vertical attack | Photo: ASP/Baptista

Parker Coffin and Meah Collins have been crowned 2014 ASP North America Junior Series champions.

Coffin secure his maiden Junior Series title with a runner-up finish at the Fins Pro Junior in Belmar, New Jersey.

"I actually didn't know that I needed to get second in Belmar to win the series, I was just focusing on winning the event regardless of whatever I needed to win the Junior title," reveals Parker Coffin.


California, August 2014: Hurricane Marie sends a gift to The Wedge | Photo: Red Bull/Corey Wilson

In late August 2014, Hurricane Marie blessed Southern California with a swell that will forever remain in the hearts of local surfers. Joshua Pomer transformed those memories into a film.

It was "A Wedge To Remember", and a surf movie had to be shot. From Newport Point to the Wedge, Malibu to Sandspit, the Hurricane Marie swells impressed wave riders, spectators and media.

Large perfect waves hit the Californian shores, bringing the sport's prominent VIPs. Now, you can relive that day from the point of view of the photographers who covered the magic surfing days.