Filipe Toledo wins the 2018 Corona J-Bay Open

Filipe Toledo conquered the 2018 Corona J-Bay Open, in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa. It's his seventh Championship Tour (CT) win.

The final got underway in six-foot surf, with some southeast wind affecting the waves, and adding chop to the faces.

The Avoca Beach surfer was looking forward to winning his first CT event as a rookie. The Brazilian aerialist wanted to claim the iconic contest to reclaim the yellow jersey and his lead in the rankings.

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Naked surfing can be an amazing experience

Surfers have always found reasons to take their clothes off and hit the wave as they came to the world - entirely naked.

In ancient Polynesia, and before the Europeans and Americans colonized dozens of islands and Pacific Ocean territories, people rode waves in the nude.

However, times have changed, and clothes have become a fundamental part of our societies. So, why should someone go surfing naked? Is it a trend, a movement or a symbolic protest against the establishment and the modern standards?

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Tickets for the inaugural Surf Ranch Pro start at $99

Daily passes for the inaugural Surf Ranch Pro will cost $99 each.

The World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) is turning 100 miles inland for the first Surf Ranch Pro, from September 6-9.

It will be the first time a CT contest is being held in the wave pool designed by the 11-time world champion, Kelly Slater. Nevertheless, it will also be a paid event, meaning that spectator will have to pay $199 for full event general admission packages.

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Johan De Goede has taken out the 2018 Digicape Tand Invitational. The legendary event got underway in pumping eight-to-ten-foot waves in Cape Town, South Africa.

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