Noosa Festival of Surfing

The Noosa Festival of Surfing was established in 1992 at Noosa, Queensland by members of the Noosa Malibu Club, as an amateur surfing competition called the Noosa Malibu Classic. It allowed club members to invite friends to surf Noosa's right-hand point breaks and the event's popularity among competitive longboarders gave the club a chance to take the event to a higher level. In 1996 a professional division was introduced and prompted the name change to The Noosa Festival of Surfing (NFoS) in 1998. The World Tandem Surfing Championships were brought to Noosa in 1999 and Stand up paddle surfing was incorporated into the Festival in 2007 with live entertainment and fundraising auctions also being held.The festival is currently sponsored by Global Surf Industries and is maintained and managed by USM Events and commences with the traditional Mixing of the Waters ceremony led by Hawaiian waterman Brian Keaulana. The Noosa Festival of Surfing is an official Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Longboard rated event.

Pro Final Results

Event Winner Second Third Fourth
2008 Telstra Men's Pro Josh Constable Seb Wilson Grant Thomas Jackson Close
2008 Banana Boat Women's Pro Jennifer Smith Janna Irons Justin Dupont Selby Riddle
2007 Odyssey 20/20 Men's Pro Josh Constable Harrison Roach Jackson Close Harley Ingleby
2007 Banana Boat Women's Pro Chelsea Wlliams Lisa Nicholson Isabelle Braley Crystal Dzigas


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