Brooks Finishes 2023 in Victorious Fashion, Prepares for World Junior Championships, Bunch Claims Second-Career QS Win, Locks in World
Haleiwa's Own Crawford Looks for More at Home, Liotta's Best-Career Season Takes Her to Haleiwa, Moniz and More Look To Capitalize Near Home
Tomoda-Bannert Claims Maiden Super Girl Surf Pro Victory, Liotta Earns Valuable Runner-up, Vital Points Toward 2024 Challenger Series
Rising Star Brooks Fresh Off Challenger Series Win, Ready for Jax Beach, Mons Looks to Make Her Mark at Home, DeSoto Hopes to Capitalize on
Hawaii/Tahiti Nui Contingent Converge at Famed Haleiwa, CT Standouts Join Emerging and Proven Qualifying Series Competitors, Hawaii Tourism
Maiden Qualifying Series Victories for Crawford and Liotta, Notable Runner-up Finishes for Braye and Tomoda-Bannert, Rankings Shift Heading
Defending Event Winners, CT Standouts, Mamiya and Bryan Return, Emerging Talents Set to Clash with Proven Competitors, Competition OFF for
Hawaii/Tahiti Nui Contingent Prepare for Sunset Beach, Hawaii Tourism Authority Continues to Support Local Athletes
Tomoda-Bannert Claims Maiden QS Victory, Asing Returns Local Motion To South Shore, Big Runner-Up Showings From Eweleiula Wong, Isaiah
Culhane, Sallas Sweep Respective Seasons To Claim Hawaii/Tahiti Nui Longboard Regional Titles, Stewart, Canullo Earn Runner-Up Finishes To
Qualifying Series and Longboard Regional Qualifying Series Competitors Await First Call, Reigning Regional Champion Bunch, 2022/23 No. 2
The Longboard Tour veteran is ready to join some of Hawaii/Tahiti Nui's best in the first pro longboard event at Ala Moana Bowls.
Men and women kick off their respective Qualifying Series and Regional Longboard Qualifying Series campaigns June 12 - 19.
Bunch earns maiden QS victory in stunning fashion, Braye represents Tahitians rhrough to Runner-Up performance, plus noteworthy finishes
World-class reef break is back for 2023, Hawaii/Tahiti Nui Men's Qualifying Series conclusion locked in.
A marathon Finals Day ended in glory for Marks as Bella Kenworthy earned a career-best, runner-up, plus Moana Jones Wong and Puamakamae
CT phenom Caroline Marks, North Shore, Oahu standout Moana Jones, and San Clemente duo Sawyer Lindblad and Kirra Pinkerton led the charge
Rising teenage standouts Alana Lopez, Malia Lima, Maddie Stanton, and more earned breakthrough wins to open competition.
An all-important day of competition unraveled with nearly all the top-seeded surfers showcasing their brilliant form at Sunset Beach.
Many of Hawaii's top-tier talents are standing by for the opening horn with the first call set for Friday, October 28.