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List of WSL Surfing World title Champions-Winners.

WSL Surfing World title Champions-Winners List.   





Kelly Slater from the USA has won the most titles of World surfing league champions tour titles 11th times in Men's Championship since its inaugural in 1964.  
While American surfer Stephanie Galimore is the current winners & leading women's surfer who won the most Women's Surfing Championship titles with 7th times from the beginning of Women's Surfing championship in 1964.





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World Surf League Championship Tour Champions




Brief History of Surfing &  States-Facts




  • World Surfing league (WSL) is the professional governing body for surfers. Its past name is Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) from 1983 to 2014. This association was formed in 1976 by Hawaiian surfer F. Hemmings & R. Rarick. In the 2015 season, ASP name was changed to WSL. 
  • The 1st WSL world championship was won by Tom carrel (men), Kim Mearing (women) in 1983.
  • It is faster growing sports as compared to NHL, MLS or Tennis. 

  • WSL CT 2015 men, women winners are Adriano de Souza (men) Carissa Moore (women).
  • WSL CT 2016 & 2017  men's champions and women's winners are John John Florence (men) Tyler Wright (women). 
  • WSL Championship Tour events 2018 men's winners are Gabriel Medina (USA) while the women's champions are also A American Stephanie Gilmore.. 


See Also:

 World Surf League 2018: All WSL Men's & Women's Championship Tour Winners, Results.



World Surf League  Championship Tour Champions-winners List.




WSL Men's World Tour ------------  WSL Women's World Tour

Year          Men's  Player                        Female Player


2019         Champions...?             Winners...?

2018        Gabriel Medina  (BRA)          Stephanie Gilmore  (AUS)


2017   John John Florence (Haw)           Tyler Wright  (AUS)

2016    John John Florence (Haw)        Tyler Wright  (AUS)

2015    Adriano de Souza (BRA)         Carissa Moore   (Haw)

2014    Gabriel Medina (BRA)        Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)

2013    Mick Fanning (AUS)           Carissa Moore (HAW)  


2012    Joel Parkinson (AUS)         Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)

2011    Kelly Slater (USA)               Carissa Moore (HAW)  


2010    Kelly Slater (USA)            Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)

2009    Mick Fanning (AUS)         Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)

2008    Kelly Slater (USA)           Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)

2007    Mick Fanning (AUS)         Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)

2006    Kelly Slater (USA)            Layne Beachley (AUS)

2005    Kelly Slater (USA)            Chelsea Georgeson (AUS)

2004    Andy Irons (HAW)             Sofia Mulanovich (PER)

2003    Andy Irons (HAW)              Layne Beachley (AUS)
 
2002    Andy Irons (HAW)              Layne Beachley (AUS)

2001    C. J. Hobgood (USA)          Layne Beachley (AUS)

2000    Sunny Garcia (HAW)           Layne Beachley (AUS)

1999    Mark Occhilupo (AUS)         Layne Beachley (AUS)

1998    Kelly Slater (USA)               Layne Beachley (AUS)

1997    Kelly Slater (USA)              Lisa Andersen (USA)

1996    Kelly Slater (USA)             Lisa Andersen (USA)

1995    Kelly Slater (USA)             Lisa Andersen (USA)

1994    Kelly Slater (USA)             Lisa Andersen (USA)

1993    Derek Ho (HAW)              Pauline Menczer (AUS)

1992    Kelly Slater (USA)            Wendy Botha (AUS)

1991    Damien Hardman (AUS)         Wendy Botha (AUS)

1990    Tom Curren (USA)               Pam Burridge (AUS)

1989    Martin Potter (UK)                Wendy Botha (AUS)

1988    Barton Lynch (AUS)             Freida Zamba (USA)

1987/88    Damien Hardman (AUS)       Wendy Botha (RSA)

1986/87    Tom Curren (USA)            Freida Zamba (USA)

1985/86    Tom Curren (USA)            Freida Zamba (USA)

1984/85    Tom Carroll (AUS)            Freida Zamba (USA)

1983/84    Tom Carroll (AUS)            Kim Mearig (USA)


IPS World Circuit 



1982    Mark Richards (AUS)      Debbie Beacham (USA)

1981    Mark Richards (AUS)        Margo Oberg (HAW)

1980    Mark Richards (AUS)          Margo Oberg (HAW)

1979    Mark Richards (AUS)          Lynn Boyer (HAW)

1978    Wayne Bartholomew (AUS)        Lynn Boyer (HAW)

1977    Shaun Tomson (RSA)               Margo Oberg (HAW)

1976    Peter Townend (AUS)


Smirnoff World Pro-Am Surfing Championships


1975    Mark Richards (AUS) 1

974    Reno Abellira (USA)

1973    Ian Cairns (AUS) 


ISF World Surfing Championships



1972    San Diego, USA James Blears (USA)          Sharon Webber (USA)


 1970    Torquay / Lorne / Johanna, AUS Rolf Aurness (USA)     Sharon Webber (USA)

 1968    Rincon, Puerto Rico, PR Fred Hemmings (USA)          Margo Godfrey (USA)

1966    San Diego, USA Nat Young (AUS)                Joyce Hoffman (USA)

1965    Punta Rocas, Peru Felipe Pomar (PER)                     Joyce Hoffman (USA)

1964    Manly, AUS Midget Farrelly (AUS)                   Phyllis O'Donnell (AUS).


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Top/Most WSL Championship Tour Champions Title Holders.



Player                                  Gender      Won.

Kelly Slater (USA)                   Male          11 

Layne Beachley (AUS)           Female        
Mark Richards (AUS)             Male             4
Stephanie Gilmore (AUS)        Female       7







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