Preview: 2013 Roxy Pro Australia
Last year Stephanie Gilmore faced some tough heats enroute to winning the Roxy Pro. This year will prove no different as all of the girls on tour are gunning for her.
Even with all of the high drama going on at Quiksilver right now, Stephanie Gilmore, who's sponsorship was spared in the recent rounds of cuts, is focused on her surfing and defending her Roxy Pro title.
Carissa Moore recently released a video clip that caught everybody's attention. Her surfing is crisp, sharp and spot on. She's more than ready for the season opener.
Sally Fitzgibbons would love nothing more than to win the Roxy Pro. It would set her up for a good run at the title this year, and after finishing runner-up two years in a row, she's wants it in a bad way.
Repping Santa Ana, Calif., it would be great to see Courtney Conlogue come out and throw down a good result. She's more than capable.
Laura Enever just made the move from Hurley to Billabong, where she will be the face of their women's line. A fashonista at heart, the Roxy Pro will tell us a lot about where her head's at this year.
Perhaps Tyler Wright upsets everybody and asserts herself as a contender? She's been surfing well and has the support network to carry her through.