It's been a week where the surf has been as good as it gets in Cronulla-from a big 10 ft back to 3 ft and everything in between.
Its also the time of year where the winds historically come from the west so it has also been offshore for four days straight.
Saturday saw the biggest, cleanest day of the year with all the hero's surfing massive barrels at the Cape, leaving the beaches and reefs pretty uncrowded if you had the skills to paddle out and the guts to take off.
It had dropped back to around the 6 ft mark by Saturday afternoon but it stayed a good size right up to Monday with it dropping to 3-4 ft yesterday.
As per usual the wind has turned light south today leaving surface conditions pretty average but kept the swell going but the good news is it will swing back to the west for the next four days again.
The swell size will also stick around the 3-4ft mark for the next few days with a random 6 ft peak on Sunday and in another twist of fate the banks on the beaches have also lined up nicely so we should get another great week of waves-enjoy.
Over in Western Australia,Brazilians Filipe Toledo and Tatiana Weston-Webb have claimed victory at the Boost Mobile Margaret River Pro pres. by Corona, the fourth stop on the 2021 World Surf League Championship Tour .
It was a massive day of action on Monday as Main Break turned on super clean four-to-six foot surf as 2021 saw two fresh faces holding the winner's trophies for the fourth stop of the CT season.
Weston-Webb earned the second CT event win of her career after besting seven-time WSL Champion Stephanie Gilmore in the Final. The 25-year old posted an excellent 16.23 two-wave score to Gilmore's 15.00 for the win at Main Break in Margaret River.
"I can't explain how incredible this feels," Weston-Webb said. "Steph is one of the best surfers of all time and was always someone I looked up to so much, so it was incredible to come up against her in a Final.
"You don't often get to surf against a seven-time WSL Champion so this feels amazing. I'm just thankful I took a win after a second-place finish at the last event."
Filipe Toledo took down Jordy Smith In men's final who had his chances and was in searing form , building momentum through each heat he surfed and saving his best performance for last, posting a two-wave combination of 17.33.
There has now been four events this season, with four different winners on both the men's and women's side of the tour.
No one knows what will go down next week at Rottnest Island and Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore sit atop the rankings and will try to widen their lead on the field.
Stephanie Gilmore, Italo Ferreira, and Western Australia local Jack Robinson also hope to leave Oz with a crucial event win- follow the road to the Rip Curl WSL Finals and watch live May 16-26 on worldsurfleague.com.
Headlining the Australian Surfing Awards ceremony last week on the Gold Coast was the forty-third inductee in the Surfing Australia Hall of Fame, three-time World Champion Mick Fanning, joining world-renowned names like Mark Richards, Layne Beachley and Tom Carroll for his outstanding contribution to the sport, in and out of the water.
Tyler Wright and Jack Robinson won the Female and Male Surfer of The Year in what was an incredible celebration of Aussie surfing.
There were plenty of other winners with the Griffith University Rising Star Award - Male award going to the well deserved Cronulla young gun Jarvis Earle.
Jarvis said he was honoured to have won the rising star award and thanked Surfing Australia and congratulated all the other winners on the night.
Jarvis is the latest in a long line of red hot goofy footers to represent Cronulla on the national stage and has a great future.
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