The 2018 Hydralyte Sports Surf Series Presented By Billabong - Event 1 - Bells Beach
Dextar Muskens and Zahli Kelly got off to perfect starts in the series opener at the legendary Victorian right-handers, winning their respective divisions in windy waves.
The Hydralyte Sports Surf Series Presented By Billabong
The Hydralyte Sports Surf Series is set to get underway at the iconic Bells Beach in January and the country's best Junior athletes will be raring to battle it out as part of the WSL Australasian Junior leg.
Isabella Nichols - Hydralyte Sports Ambassador
The former WSL World Junior Champion doesn't leave home without Hydralyte Sports, allowing her to stay energized through hydration.
2017 Subway Surf Series Event 7 - Gold Coast
The 2017 Subway Surf Series wrapped up with a bang on the Gold Coast with some seriously good surfing going down in pumping waves.
2017 Subway Surf Series Event 6 - Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast's Coolum Beach hosted stop six in the 2017 Subway Surf Series with local Reef Heazlewood and Kobie Enright coming away with good wins.
2017 Subway Surf Series Event 5 - Kiama
Kiama hosted stop five of the 20-17 Subway Surf Series in small but fun conditions. Sophia Fulton and Lucas Wrice came out on top after solid performances across the two days.
2017 Subway Surf Series - Event 4 Trigg WA
Kehu Butler and Alyssa Lock took out stop four of the Subway Surf Series in WA at Trigg.
2017 Subway Surf Series - Event 3 Avoca
Reef Heazlewood and Zahli Kelly came out on top after three days of pumping surf at Avoca on the NSW central coast.
2017 Subway Surf Series - Event 2 Cronulla
Macy Callaghan continued her run of wins whilst Reef Heazlewood stepped up to take victory in the men's draw in Cronulla.
The 2017 Subway Surf Series - Event 1 - Bells Beach
Victoria's Bells Beach produced outstanding waves for event 1 in the 2017 Subway Surf Series with Mikey Mcdonagh and India Robinson taking wins to start the year with a bang.
The 2017 Subway Surf Series
Subway Surf Series Ambassador Joel Parkinson and freshly crowned World Surf League (WSL) World Junior Champions Ethan Ewing and Macy Callaghan talk about the importance of the series for surfing in Australia.
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