Nelson Ahina: longboard master at the 2015 Hawaii Surfing Championship | Photo: Scary Blanket Productions

Nelson Ahina and Kekoa Cazimero have been crowned winners of the 2015 Hawaii Surfing Championship.

The final event of the season kicked off at Full Point, in Sandy Beach. The competition moved to Half Point, as conditions started improving gradually throughout the day.

Longboarders and shortboard riders took the most out of the crazy right and left barrels. Local star Kekoa Cazimero found a backdoor tube, got a Perfect 10 for the ride, and won his division.

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Mick Fanning: if he wins Pipe, he takes the 2015 WSL title | Photo: Kirstin/WSL

The 2015 World Surf League champion will be decided at the Pipeline Masters, in Hawaii.

Once again, it all goes to Pipe. And only three surfers depend on themselves and their final result on the Oahu's North Shore to clinch the 2015 world surfing trophy: Mick Fanning, Adriano de Souza and Filipe Toledo.

If one of them wins the Pipeline Masters, then he will be crowned 2015 World Surf League champion. The other three contenders depend on the equation's multiple variables. Let's see:

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Filipe Toledo: third victory of the season | Photo: Kirstin/WSL

Filipe Toledo has taken out the 2015 Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal, at Supertubos, in Peniche.

The all-Brazilian final had those who were able to adapt to the onshore wind conditions on offer. Toledo could win his third event of the season. An amazing track record, compared to Italo Ferreira's first Dream Tour final.

But Toledo had an epic start with an incredible crazy wave. A 10-point ride for a collection of speedy floaters, airs, and vertical off the bottom snaps. What a start.

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