World Surf League Longboard Qualifing Series
The World Surf League Longboard Qualifing Series attracts past, current and future world champions to compete in arguably some of the worlds best waves ...more
Noserider: This is one of the most exciting displays of longboarding where competitors score only on manovres done from the nose of the board.
Logger: There is a bit of history in this division with surfers being able to choose between surfing an Old Mal or a Modern Log but to score they must mimic traditional moves from the 50's and sixties
Retro: From the late 60's to the early 80's boards became shorter and shorter and the surfer was doing things that those on longboards only dreamed about.
8ft: - for anyone riding a 8ft board Judges are looking for the most progressive surfer
Wacky Wave - for anyone in fancy dress, All entry fees go to mental health inititives ...more
Are for competitors riding a 9ft board who are not competing in the WSL division.
Surfing Australia Rules and regulations apply for amateur divisions unless stipulated ...more
Stand Up Paddleboarding
The first stand up paddle surfers emerged in Waikiki after the end of World War II, when the post-war tourism boom saw cruise liners bring thousands of tourists to Hawaii. Many wanted to try their hand at surfing. The Hawaiian beach boys were called upon to teach the sport and to photograph it so the tourist had a memento of their surfing exploits. The Ah Choy brothers, Leroy and Bobby would hang a Kodak around there neck and paddled into the break standing on a redwood board. This went on at Waikiki right through the ‘60s and ‘70s.
SUP Open Amateur for SUP surfers competing on 10ft SUPS