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Stephanie Gilmore won the 2014 WCT

Yesterday the Women World Championship Tour arrived to the end in Maui, Hawaii.

Carissa Moore won the event and Stephanie Gilmore has been crowned 2014 ASP World Champion for the sixth time.

Several scenarios were possible for this exciting final, with 18 surfers, but only three of which were contenders for the world title. Sea conditions were ideal, the swell allowed all competitors give their best on glassy waves that were about 2 meters and 12 seconds of period.

The Australian surfer Sally Fitzgibbons has lost all chance of winning the world after her elimination during the quarter-final against Bianca Buitendag. Tyler Wright has made its way heat after heat reaching the final; to stop her title race was the 2013 former champion Carissa Moore who scored a combo of 18:23. The elimination of the Wright allowed Stephanie Gilmore to maintain her top position in the ranking, assigning her automatically the world title in 2014.

Now we are looking forward to seeing the final leg of the men's championship that will be held at the legendary spot "Pipeline" between 8th and 20th December 2014.

Below the TOP 10 ranking female ASP 2014:

1. Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) – 64,200 points
2. Tyler Wrigt (AUS) – 62,200 points
3. Carissa Moore (HAW) – 61,400 points
4. Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) – 60,700 points
5. Malia Manuel (HAW) – 43,600 points
6. Lakey Peterson (USA) – 42,300 points
7. Bianca Buitendag (ZAF) – 40,350 points
8. Johanne Defay (FRA) – 38,850 points
9. Courtney Conlogue (USA) – 36,900 points
10. Laura Enever (AUS) – 32,100 points
 
The Surfplanner team

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