• April 16, 2024 11:57 AM

It has come down to the last event ‘The Haleiwa Challenger’ of the WSL Challenger Series for those elite Men and Women’s surfers to qualify for next years 2023 World Surf League’s Tour.

Seven men’s and two women’s spots are there for the taking, taking on each other for one last shot of qualifying, surfing the infamous North Shore break of Haleiwa.

Surf conditions are looking very good from Tuesday-Wednesday (Hawaiian Time) with the Surfline modelled forecast showing a mid-long period NW swell coupled with offshore winds, and another better second swell after that moving into the weekend.

Official Surfline Forecast Promising NW Swells Plus Good Winds Lining Up For Haleiwa Challenger

Amongst the challengers are our very own Sunshine Coast Women surfer’s Holly Williams and Dimity Stoyle in the round of 48, while Sophie Mc Culloch kicks off her campaign in the round of 32.

Round 48 Heat 2

Nadia Erostarbe

Dimity Stoyle

Havanna Cabrero

Leticia Canales Bilbao

Round 48 Heat 3

Zahi Kelly

Francisca Velselko

Holly Williams

Nora Liotta

Round 32 Heat 2

Alyssa Spencer

Sophie McCulloch

Round of 48, Heat 2 Winner

Round Of 48, Heat 1 Runner Up

Complete Womens Draw Here

The Mens round is super stacked with Aussie hopefuls Ryan Callinan, Mogan Ciblic, Jacob Willcox,Liam O’Brien, Dylan Moffat, Kalani Ball, Sheldon Simkus,Jordan Lawler, Joel Vaughan,
Ethan Ewing, Mikey McDonagh and Chris Zaffis up against a strong field of Internationals including Hawaiian’s John John Florence and Seth Moniz.

Complete Mens Draw Here

A Lay Day was called for the first day of the waiting period with the Next call November 29, 2022, 3:30am AEST*

The Haleiwa Challenger | DAWN PATROL

Catch all the LIVE action via the World Surf League – https://www.worldsurfleague.com/events/2022/cs/27/haleiwa-challenger-at-home-in-the-hawaiian-islands/main