Australia's Vittoria Farmer had dominated throughout the early rounds here and she carried that form into the final with an excellent opening 8.70 ride that allowed her to control the heat from start to finish.
Bali surfer Kailani Johnson found some good rides during the final to hold the lead through the middle stages but a second solid 6.90 at the mid way point from Farmer put the result beyond doubt. This result is also the best of the young Noosa natives career.
"I have had such a great week here enjoying perfect surf and to win a WSL event on one of the world's best waves is just the best feeling," Farmer said. "Just surfing heats with one other girl in the water has been amazing - I really love coming here and surfing this wave"
Vittoria's quiver consisted of a #77 and HT2 heres what she had to day about them. "Boards are going great. The #77 is my go to at Nias. Really like being able to draw out my turns a bit more. Holds so well.
Surfed the HT2 on the smaller days, and that went great also. I can't wait to surf it on another wave."
Friday, 31 August 2018 9:58:09 am Australia/Sydney