2020 ushers in the 59th year of the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, the longest running event on the WSL World Championship Tour. The famous cliffs of the Bells Bowl amphitheatre holds a very special place in surfing folklore, and the iconic Bell trophy is one of the most sought after achievements in our sport. As the legend goes, “You’ve got to win it to ring it!” And in 2020, the best surfers in the world will once again have their chance to ring their way into history.
The Rip Curl Pro is the second event on the 2020 World Surf League (WSL) World Tour. The event holds a very special place in surfing folklore, as the longest running world championship level contest on the World Tour.
It's tradition that the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach waiting period includes the Easter long weekend.
Bells is the second stop of the Australian leg on the Men’s Championship Tour 2021. Formerly known as the Bells Beach Classic, Australia is the oldest contest on the schedule. In fact, it’s the longest-running pro event in the world. […]
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