The Rip Curl Virtual Pro

 The Surf Comp You Didn't Know You Were A Part Of.

The Rip Curl Virtual Pro is the world’s biggest surf comp that you didn't know you were apart of. The winner and 4 of their friends will be going on the ultimate surf holiday to Namotu Island, Fiji. Could it be you?

Spanning across 7 continents, 10 days and over 1,600 surfers... you logged your surfs and we broke down the data. The scoring criteria was based on 2 key metrics: wave length and wave speed. Bonus points were allocated for surfing a new location and wave cadence (= a wave every 4 minutes).

We created the world’s first digital surf competition and didn’t let anyone know. 
Introducing the Rip Curl Virtual Pro presented by Tourism Fiji: a surfing contest that has taken place completely in hindsight.

Everyone* with a Rip Curl SearchGPS watch who tracked their surfs within the SearchGPS app between the 4th to 14th March, 2023,
is eligible to enter to win the ultimate surfing holiday to Namotu Island, Fiji.
*who has explicitly opt-in to email marketing from Rip Curl.

Buy your The Rip Curl SearchGPS 2 watch here:

With 4 payments with Afterpay!

How to enter:
1. Check your inbox to find your personalised Virtual Pro entry video (you need be an existing SearchGPS user who has logged surfs over the 10-day period March 2023 & has explicitly opt-in to receive email marketing from Rip Curl to be eligible).
2. Share your personalised video on Instagram as a Reel, adding the hashtag #RipCurlVirtualPro to the caption - this will automatically enter you into the contest.
3. Ensure your Instagram account is set to public so we can confirm your entry!

The winner will be announced June 5th, 2023.

More information here: The Rip Curl Virtual Pro

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