June 17, 20201 - (Oceanside, Calif.) - Longboarders from New York to Hawaii and in between competed in the Toyota USA Surfing Longboard Championship today in Oceanside, Calif. The style and steeze were flaring in 3- to 4-foot North Jetty conditions.
After the fog burned off, the elite group of competitive longboarders put on a show. See results below.
The event was run by a world-class officiating crew, including head judge Tory Gilkerson, who holds WSL and ISA World Longboard Champion titles and will be a 2021 Olympic judge when surfing makes its debut on the world’s largest sporting stage this summer.
1st Liv Stokes, Aliso Viejo, Calif.
2nd Lara Claydon, Maui, Hawaii
3rd Sive Jarrard, Carlsbad, Calif.
4th Fiona Sargente, Melbourne Beach, Fla.
1st Zane Schweitzer, Maui, Hawaii
2nd Kevin Skvarna, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
3rd James Holmes, Waikoloa, Hawaii
4th Chaz Guernsey, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.
1st Luella Pace, Ventura, Calif.
2nd Madison Bennett, Florida
3rd Evelyn McDevitt, Galveston, Texas
4th Faith Lennox, Haiku, Hawaii
1st Noah Avallone, Montauk, N.Y.
2nd Kalanoweo Desoto, Waiana, Hawaii
3rd Noah Hogle, Oceanside, Calif.
4th Harvey Nelson, San Clemente, Calif.
1st Puamakamae Desoto, Honolulu, Hawaii
2nd Star D’elia, Oceanside, Hawaii
3rd Mia Mcmahon, Carlsbad, Calif.
4th Indie Hoffman, San Clemente, Hawaii
1st Jack Van Wagoner, Carlsbad, Calif.
2nd Aidan Sautner, San Clemente, Calif.
3rd Noah Avallone, Montauk, N.Y.
4th Greyson Messier, San Marcos, Calif.
1st Ricky Judalena, Virginia Beach, Va.
2nd Brandon Strauch, Hawaii
3rd Andre "Spydah" Derizans, Hawaii
4th Clayton Everline, Hawaii
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