2021 Champions Review

2021 was a milestone year for the Noosa Festival of Surfing and the Noosa Malibu Club, celebrating 30 years of this amazing event. 

In three decades, the Festival has gone from strength to strength starting out from humble beginnings in 1992, the Noosa Malibu Club’s annual ‘Noosa Malibu Classic’ longboarding event had become a fixture on the international longboard contest calendar by 1996, and in 1998, in partnership with Phil Jarratt Communications Pty Ltd, the Noosa Festival of Surfing made its debut.

The Paddle Out

Over the years The Festival has attracted household names like Joel Tudor, Bonga Perkins, Robert Weaver and many more. But it’s the ties to ‘family’ that the Festival prides itself on. Surfing families coming from all the great surf centres of the world, including Hawaii, California, New Zealand, Japan and Europe. Since 2010, the Noosa festival has attracted record levels of competitors each year, as well as thousands of spectators from near and far who come to see the legends of the sport, as well as the now world-famous surfing dogs. 

As we look back to the 2021 event and its many champions, we also focus our attention on the 2022 event and look forward to witnessing another Festival full of world-class surfing from Australia’s and hopefully the worlds best! 

2021 Division Champions: 

Mens Logger – Matt Chojnaki 

Womens Logger – Tully White 

Mens Open – Ben Considine

Womens Open – Tully White 

Tully White Womens Open Champ 2021

Old Mal – Matt Chojnaki 

Twin Fin – Kyuss King

Kyuss King 2021 Twinny Champ

O35 Women – Wano Liao

O40 Men – Josh Constable

O50 Men – Damian Coulter 

O50 Women – Kate Perry

O55 Men – Noel Woods 

O60 Men – Michael Corcoran

O60 Women – Peppie Simpson

O65 Men – Albie Curtis 

O70 Men – Daniel Bond

U15 Boys – Landen Smales

Landen Smales

U15 Girls – Mia Waite 

U18 Boys – Kaeden Smales

U18 Girls – Luca Doble  

Open SUP – Paul Jones

2022 Registrations will be open from Monday 18th October. 

Stay tuned to the Festival social media and website for more information.

Pics: Dave Gleeson (@SunnyCoastPhotos)

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