SHOWS: MARGARET RIVER, AUSTRALIA (JUNE 4, 2019) (WSL - SEE RESTRICTIONS) 1.
VARIOUS OF MEN'S WINNER JOHN JOHN FLORENCE (HAWAII) SURFING 2.
FLORENCE BEING CARRIED ON PEOPLE'S SHOULDERS WAVING HAWAIIAN FLAG, PEOPLE CHEERING 3.
VARIOUS OF WOMEN'S WINNER LAKEY PETERSON (USA) SURFING 4.
PETERSON BEING CARRIED ON PEOPLE'S SHOULDERS, CLIMBING DOWN AND HUGGING PEOPLE 5.
PETERSON AND FLORENCE HOLDING TROPHIES ALONGSIDE MEN'S RUNNER-UP KOLOHE ANDINO (USA) AND WOMEN'S RUNNER-UP TATIANA WESTON-WEBB (BRAZIL) STORY: Hawaii's John John Florence clinched a second Margaret River Pro event title in Western Australia on Tuesday (June 4), while Lakey Peterson of the USA dominated in the women's championship to resurrect her world title push.
Florence won out over the USA's Kolohe Andino to retain his position at the top of the World Surfing League rankings, moving further ahead of second-placed Andino and closer to a third WSL championship.
Peterson made up for a slow start to her WSL campaign with victory over Brazil's Tatiana Weston-Webb and is now sixth in the rankings after four stops of the 10-leg championship tour.
(Production: Ben Dangerfield)