Moore & Medina Win 2023 WSL Margret River Pro!
Did you catch the Margaret River Pro 2023? If not, don't worry, I'm here to give you the lowdown on all the epic action that went down.
First things first, let's talk about the waves. The Margaret River region of Western Australia is known for its big, powerful waves, and this year was no exception. The surfers were treated to some pumping 6ft + conditions, which made for some exciting entertainment!
Watch the women's final here!
Carissa Moore from Hawaii absolutely dominated, showing off her powerful and stylish surfing to take out the event. Moore's victory sees her move into second place in the rankings, hot on the heels of current world number one, Tyler Wright, who came 2nd to Carissa in the event.
Watch the men's final here
Gabriel Medina, the Brazilian superstar put on an absolute clinic throughout the competition, showcasing his signature high-performance style. It was no surprise when he took out the event, battling it out in the final with Australian Griffin Colapinto, who put Medina against the ropes. Medina's win puts him in a strong position in the race for the 2023 WSL World Championship title, and we can't wait to see what he'll bring to the rest of the season!
So there you have it, folks - the Margaret River Pro 2023 was an epic display of high-performance surfing, stunning scenery, and good vibes all around. We can't wait to see what next year's event will bring, but for now, we'll be reliving all the highlights and dreaming of scoring some waves in Western Australia ourselves.
Bring on the next event at the Surf Ranch Pro in California 27-28th May!