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2024 Bodysurfing World Tour Finals

Oahu Island, Hawaii

4 – 14 June 2024

The IBSA Bodysurfing World Tour Finals, bring together the top ranked bodysurfers from each regional area (40 men and 20 women), as well as bodysurfers who receive wild cards (8 for men and 4 for women). A total of 48 men and 24 women showcase their skills in this competition.

Trials Event: during the period 4 – 14 June 2024 and prior to the Main Event.
Preliminary round with 24 competitors (16 men, 8 women) for 12 IBSA Wild Cards assignment (8 men, 4 women).

Main Event: during the period 4 – 14 June 2024.
60 qualifiers from regional areas 2023 Qualifying Series + 12 highest finishing competitors from Trials Event

Trials Event participants:

  • First non-qualifiers from each regional area: 2 men / 1 woman per area.

  • Best-placed competitor from national communities without qualifiers.

  • In case of vacancy, trials wild cards for the organization (organizer’s discretionary choice)

Live streaming and scores

 

Live streaming (Youtube): https://www.youtube.com/@kekaihohonu

 

Live scores (Liveheats): https://liveheats.com/events/195242

Alert system

We’re using a three-colored code alert system to keep you updated on the IBSA Bodysurfing World Tour at Point Panic competition status:

Green Alert: The competition is a “go” and will be held in 4 days. The forecast has held steady over the last few days. We have confidence that we can run the event in the forecasted conditions. We look forward to seeing all the competitors!

Yellow Alert: There are possibly favorable wind and swell coming 7 to 10 days. There is still uncertainty on the details of this potential swell. We are monitoring the forecast and buoys to confirm that the conditions will align for the swell.

Red Alert: There are no favorable conditions expected in the next week. We will continue to monitor the forecast.

Follow IBSA on Facebook and Instagram for alert updates.

 

Qualifiers

Europe / Africa

OPEN MEN
Alix Schorsch (France)
Nathan Lehoux (France)
Matias Hegoas (France)
Chouaib Boudhim (Morocco)
Pako Junca Ituriaga (France)
Thomas Arrow (United Kingdom)
Imad Bourogui (Morocco)
Michele Florio (Italy)

OPEN WOMEN
Uhaïna Hegoas (France)
Léa Novion (France)
Sakina Bargach (Morocco)
Diane Mondin (France)


North America

OPEN MEN
Bryan Knowles (USA)
Edward Sweeney (USA)
Greg Wilkinson (USA)
Ian Moore (USA)
Frank Musso (USA)
David Curry (USA)
John Black (USA)
Pat Malo (USA)

OPEN WOMEN
Scotti Shafer (USA)
Miko Baron (USA)
Michelle Urkov (USA)
Meredith Rose (USA)


Australia / Asia

OPEN MEN
Jack Lewis (Australia)
Ky Kinsela (Australia)
Dylan Kelly (Australia)
Josh Kirkman (Australia)
Jacob Rosenbrock (Australia)
Jarrod Bridges (Australia)
Thomas Sewell (Australia)
Marvin Smith (Australia)

OPEN WOMEN
Ally Zillman (Australia)
Lily Kelly (Australia)
Caitlin Callahan (Australia)
Lyla Crouch (Australia)


Latin America

OPEN MEN
Kalani Lattanzi (Brasil)
Pablo Ernesto Ortiz (El Salvador)
Leo Moura (Brasil)
Rogerio Schefler (Brasil)
Godofredo Vasquez (Mexico)
Carlos Moises Arenivar (El Salvador)
Maurìcio
Afonso (Brasil)
Nazareno Busatto (Argentina)

OPEN WOMEN
Briguitte Linn Wiedemeyer (Brasil)
Deborah Terhoch de Albuquerque (Brasil)
Alice Wiedemeyer Latuf (Brasil)
Bianca Klafke Beck (Brasil)


Polynesia

OPEN MEN
Adam Laeha (USA, Hawaii)
Wyatt Yee (USA, Hawaii)
Kyle Mensching (USA, Hawaii)
Matthew Solomon (USA, Hawaii)
Anoalo Stanley (USA, Hawaii)
Bronson Maneafaiga Cambra (USA, Hawaii)
Conrad Morgan (USA, Hawaii)
Melvin Keawe (USA, Hawaii)

OPEN WOMEN
DeLori Gomes (USA, Hawaii)
Katie McConnell (USA, Hawaii)
Kyla Lozis (USA, Hawaii)
Cameron Dabney (USA, Hawaii)

Trials Event Qualifiers

First non-qualifiers from each regional area (10 men, 5 women)

Europe / Africa

OPEN MEN
Charles Valet (France)
Paul Grieumard (France)

OPEN WOMEN
Lucy Hutley (United Kingdom)


North America

OPEN MEN
Thorsten Hegberg (USA)
Mark Drewelow (USA)

OPEN WOMEN
Katy Collins (USA)


Australia / Asia

OPEN MEN
Jack Macrae (Australia)
Patrick McNally (Australia)

OPEN WOMEN
Sherie Tracey (Australia)


Latin America

OPEN MEN
Norberto Cruz (Mexico)
Yuri Resende (Brasil)

OPEN WOMEN
Vitoria Giovannini (Brasil)


Polynesia

OPEN MEN
Kealii Punley (USA, Hawaii)
Kamahao Matsumoto (USA, Hawaii)

OPEN WOMEN
Kicho Onaga (USA, Hawaii)

Best placed competitor from national communities without qualifiers + Trials wild cards (6 men, 3 women)

OPEN MEN

Ram Salinas (Peru)
Marcelo Ronco (Uruguay)
Joao Brogueira (Portugal)
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OPEN WOMEN
Federica Ghibellini (Italy)
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