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Soleil Errico at Bells in 2023. Pic: Ed Sloane / WSL

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Hawaiian season wildcard Natalia Wunderlich Pic: RunAmuckPhotography / WSL

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Taylor Jensen back for another shake. Pic: Tommy Pierucki / WSL

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Season wildcard Kevin Skvarna. Pic: Tommy Pierucki / WSL

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Number 4 qualifier Honolua Blomfield. Pic: Tommy Pierucki / WSL

2024 WSL Tour - Wildcards & Qualifiers confirmed – 44 competitors, Bells news and full list

9 July 24


News release from the WSL:

BELLS BEACH, Victoria, Australia (Tuesday, July 9, 2024) -  With less than two weeks until the 2024 World Surf League (WSL) Longboard Tour launches, the WSL is excited to announce the full Longboard Tour roster for this season, including the season wildcards. 

The WSL Longboard Tour will host 24 men and 24 women, consisting of Top 10 qualifiers from the 2023 Longboard Tour, Regional Qualifiers, season Wildcards, and event Wildcards. All competitors will battle for a spot at the second annual WSL Longboard Championships, the one-day competition that will see 8 men and 8 women battle for the 2024 Longboard World Titles. 

Joining World Champions Kai Sallas (HAW), Soleil Errico (USA), Honolua Blomfield (HAW), Taylor Jensen (USA), Rachael Tilly (USA), and Steven Sawyer (RSA) will be season wildcards Kirra Busch (HAW), Keani Canullo (HAW), Natalia Wunderlich (HAW), Kirra Molnar (AUS), John Michael Van Hohenstein (HAW), Chase Lieder (USA), Ignacio Pignataro (URY), Kevin Skvarna (USA) and António Dantas (POR).

2024 WSL Longboard Tour Competitors 

Women’s Division 

Top 10 Qualifiers from 2023 Longboard Tour Rankings
Soleil Errico (USA)
Kelis Kaleopaa (HAW)
Sophia Culhane (HAW)
Honolua Blomfield (HAW)
Mason Schremmer (USA)
Alice Lemoigne (FRA)
Rachael Tilly (USA)
Zoe Grospiron (FRA)
Avalon Gall (HAW)
Tully White (AUS)

Qualifiers from WSL Regions 
Crystal Hulett (RSA) (South Africa)
Natsumi Taoka (JPN)  (Asia)
Emma Perrier (AUS) (Australia / Oceania) 
Emily Currie (GBR) (Europe) 
Sive Jarrard (ASM) (Hawaii / Tahiti Nui)
Maria Fernanda Reyes (PER) (South America) 
Chloe Colemon (USA) (North America)

Season Wildcards 
Kirra Busch (HAW)
Keani Canullo (HAW)
Natalia Wunderlich (HAW)
Kirra Molnar (AUS)

Men’s Division 

Top 10 Qualifiers from 2023 Longboard Tour Rankings
Kai Sallas (HAW)
Kaniela Stewart (HAW) 
Ben Skinner (GBR)
Taylor Jensen (USA)
Tony Silvagni (USA)
Declan Wyton (AUS)
Edouard Delpero (FRA)
Rogelio Jr Esquievel(PHL)
Taka Inoue (JPN)
Steven Sawyer (RSA)

Qualifiers from WSL Regions 
Sam Christianson (RSA)  (South Africa)
Kai Hamase (JPN) (Asia)
Kai Ellice-Flint (AUS) (Australia / Oceania)
Martin Coret (FRA)  (Europe)
Michael Van Hohenstein (HAW) (Hawaii / Tahiti Nui)
Alexandre Escobar (BRA)  (South America) 
Jack Van Wagoner (USA) (North America)

Season Wildcards 
John Michael Van Hohenstein (HAW)
Chase Lieder (USA)
Ignacio Pignataro (URY)
Kevin Skvarna (USA)
António Dantas (POR)

*Each event will feature two wildcard spots for men and women.

First Stop: Bioglan Bells Beach Longboard Classic 
The 2024 WSL Longboard Tour will commence this month at the Bioglan Bells Beach Longboard Classic, which holds a competition window from July 18 to 21. The competition will be broadcast LIVE on WorldSurfLeague.com and the free WSL app. Check out more ways to watch from the WSL’s broadcast partners.

Information on the remainder of the 2024 Longboard Tour schedule will be available in the coming weeks.



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