Filipe Toledo has completed a Brazilian blitz at the Margaret River Pro, sweeping past South African surfer Jordy Smith in the men's final on Monday.
Toledo delivered under pressure with a power-packed display to roll past veteran Smith, with fellow Brazilian Tatiana Weston-Webb earlier overcoming Australian legend Stephanie Gilmore in the women's final.
The 26-year-old jumped from eighth to third in the world rankings on the back of the title win, bumping down two-time world champion John John Florence, who had to withdraw mid-contest with a knee injury.
Toledo eliminated world No.2 Italo Ferreira in the quarter-finals early in the day and then took down another South African Matthew McGillivray in the final four.
In a commanding performance in the decider, Toledo's throwaway score of 8.33 was higher than anything Smith could muster.
He posted the best score of the day with a 9.00 and then backed it up with an 8.40 for a combined tally of 17.40, easily topping Smith's 14.23.
Weston-Webb leapt into the water after his final to celebrate with her compatriot.
An emotional Toledo said he'd won the trophy for his two young children, Mahina and Koa, who remained at their Californian home.
"This one is for little Koa, happy birthday son I love you," Toledo said.
"I promised little Koa and Mahina that I would bring the trophy back home and promise done."
With the top five surfers contesting the WSL final in September at Lower Trestles, and with COVID-19 potentially disrupting the tour, Toledo said it was important to climb the rankings.
"It's a big jump in the rankings for me and it's all about consistency for me," he said.
"Even if I don't win I've got to be showing up to keep between the five and that's my goal."
Ryan Callinan, Australia's last male hope, was beaten by Smith in a tight quarter-final on Monday morning.
The next event gets underway on May 16 at Rottnest Island.