February 26, 2024

2024 Longboard Tour Schedule

Longboard Tour to Host Four International Events in 2024, WSL Longboard Championship Finals to Run in El Salvador.

World Surf League (WSL) announces the 2024 WSL Longboard Tour schedule. The WSL Longboard Tour celebrates traditional lines of surfing with updated and progressive approaches and crowns the men’s and women’s Longboard World Champions each season.

"It's great to see the continued growth of the WSL Longboard Tour," said Jessi Miley-Dyer, WSL Chief of Sport.

“We premiered the new one-day Finals format last season on the Longboard Tour and are excited to bring that back in 2024, this time in El Salvador. With the new structure, we hope to continue to offer more opportunities for our surfers, and we’ll continue that approach this season. For the 2024 schedule, we’re excited to announce details of three of the four events and will share more details about Stop No. 3 soon.”

The 2024 Longboard Tour will feature four international events between July and October, starting at Bells Beach, Australia, and followed by Huntington Beach, California. The third event will take place in September and the location and exact dates will be announced in the coming months. The WSL Longboard Championship will take place in El Salvador in October.

2024 WSL Longboard Tour Schedule:

Bioglan Bells Beach Longboard Classic (Bells Beach, Victoria, Australia): July 18 – 21, 2024 Huntington Beach Longboard Classic (Huntington Beach, Calif., USA): August 3 – 11, 2024 (Longboard division will be August 3 – 6 to allow Olympic athletes time to travel from Tahiti to the US Open of Surfing) Stop No. 3 – Location and Specific Dates to be announced: September 2024 Surf City El Salvador Longboard Championships (El Sunzal, El Salvador): October 9 – 13, 2024

Read full World Surf League press release here.

Photo credit: BELLS BEACH, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA – SEPTEMBER 2: Alice Lemoigne of France surfs in Heat 3 of the Quarterfinals at the Bioglan Bells Beach Longboard Classic on September 2, 2023 at Bells Beach, Victoria, Australia. (Photo by Ed Sloane/World Surf League)

More event information here.

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