Stephanie Single of Australia surfs in Round 3, Heat 12 during the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro in Oceanside. Photo by Bill Reilly
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New champion crowned in Supergirl Pro

OCEANSIDE — Three days of surfing competition wrapped up on Sunday with a new champion being crowned in the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro.

Tatiana Weston-Webb, the No. 7-ranked surfer in the World Surf League, took this year’s honors beating out Courtney Conlogue.

Conlogue moved through her early rounds convincingly, scoring a 9.30 on her opening wave on Saturday.

Conlogue beat out Sage Erickson in the round of 16 heat to move on to the finals and compete against Weston-Webb.

Erickson, who won last year’s competition, survived a thrilling heat on Saturday after catching a wave in the final seconds, earning her a chance to move on to the round of 16 on Sunday.

The three-day surf event, hosted at the Oceanside Pier, is the largest women’s surf contest in the world, complete with a Festival Village featuring live music, skateboarding demonstrations and vendors.

Georgia Fish competes during Round 4, Heat 1 of the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro held in fun 2 - 3 foot surf on Saturday in Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillyLeilani McGonagle surfs in Round 3, Heat 12 during the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro in Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillyMikaela Greene of Australia surfs in Round 3, Heat 11 during the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro in Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillyDefending champion Sage Erickson surfs during the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro on Saturday in Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillySilvana Lima from Brazil competes at the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro during Round 4, Heat 2 in Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillySophia Bernard of Australia surfs in Round 4, Heat 1 of the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro held in 2 - 3 foot surf Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillyStephanie Single of Australia surfs in Round 3, Heat 12 during the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro in Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillySpectators come out to watch some of the world’s best women surfers compete during the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro surf contest in Oceanside. Photo by Bill ReillySpectators enjoy the sun and surf action in the water during the Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro surf contest held at the Oceanside Pier. Photo by Bill ReillyThe three-day surf event, hosted at the Oceanside Pier, is the largest women’s surf contest in the world, complete with a Festival Village featuring live music, skateboarding demonstrations and vendors. Photo by Bill ReillyU.S. surfer Caroline Marks competes in the 2015 Supergirl Pro in Oceanside. Photo by Bill Reilly

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