Beyrick de Vries of uMhlanga posted the highest heat total in the challenging overhead typhoon swell conditions for the opening day of the Urban Research ISA World Surfing Games at Long Beach in Tahara, Japan on Sunday.

Cape Town’s Michael February (ZAF) finished fifth in the Tahiti Pro Teahupo’o on Sunday
and moved up to No. 27 on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) rankings.
Credit: © WSL / Poullenot

Michael February Delivers Career Best Result with Fifth Place in Tahiti Pro
- Gabriel Medina Earns Second CT win at Teahupo’o
- Filipe Toledo Retains Jeep Rankings Leader Jersey

Zoe Steyn of Buffalo City Surfriders and Jordy Maree of Cape Town Surfriders win premiere Women’s and Men’s SA Championship titles and hosts Buffalo City Surfriders sweep the board at the 2018 Mercedes–Benz SA Championships hosted by Buffalo City.

JBay Winfarm MTB Classic

© Kody McGregor

The sixth edition of the JBay Wind Farm MTB Classic took place on Saturday 14 July. Riders of all ages and skill levels braved wet and chilly conditions to tackle the finest trails around the Eastern Cape holiday town of Jeffreys Bay.

The event, which forms part of the JBay Winterfest, offered three distances a 25km fun ride, 50km marathon and the gruelling 85km ultra marathon.  At the sharp end of the ultra marathon, Declan Sidey from Team Mad Macs p/b hazz out of Stellenbosch was the convincing winner.

Filipe Toledo (BRA) delivered five of the top 10 single ride scores on his to victory in the Corona Open J-Bay on Thursday.
Credit: © WSL / Cestari

JEFFREYS BAY, South Africa (Thursday, July 5, 2018) - Today, Filipe Toledo (BRA) won the Men’s Corona Open J-Bay for the second year in a row. The Brazilian lit up 1.3 - 2 metre (four-to-six foot) waves at Supertubes in Jeffreys Bay to win the sixth stop the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) and vault to World No. 1 on the Jeep Leaderboard.