QUALIFIED FOR PARIS 2024

SURFING AT THE 2024 PARIS OLYMPICS

WHEN
Training Days 21-26 July | Comp window 27 July to 5 August 

WHERE
The Surfing event of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games will take place at the legendary surfing spot Teahupo’o in Tahiti.

The waves at Teahupo’o will offer an Olympic-class challenge for the athletes, and treat fans in Tahiti and around the world to a breathtaking experience. Tahiti will host a one-of-a-kind competition in a spot that surfers the world over revere.

QUALIFICATION
The two pathways to Olympic qualification are through either the WSL World Championship Tour or the International Surfing Association (ISA).

WHERE CAN YOU WATCH
The Paris 2024 Olympic Games will be broadcast in Australia on the Nine Network.

2024 ISA IRUKANDJI TEAMS

WORLD SURF GAMES - COMPLETE

DATE
23 February – 3 March

LOCATION
La Marginal – Arecibo
Puerto Rico

TEAM
Morgan Cibilic
Ethan Ewing
Sally Fitzgibbons
Molly Picklum
Jack Robinson
Tyler Wright

JUNIORS - COMPLETE

DATE + LOCATION
3 – 12 May 2024, Surf City El Salvador

TEAM
Milla Brown (Newport, NSW)
Willow Hardy (Gnarabup, WA)
Isi Campbell (Denmark, WA)

Eden Hasson (Port Stephens, NSW)
Dane Henry (Fingal Head, NSW)
Fletcher Kelleher (Freshwater, NSW)

Ziggy Mackenzie (Bilinga, Qld)
Charli Hately (Tugun, Qld)
Ocea Curtis (Lennox Head, NSW)

Lachlan Arghyros (Kingscliff, NSW)
Maverick Wilson (Dunsborough, WA)
Ocean Lancaster (Merewether, NSW)

PARA SURFERS

DATE 
3 – 9 November 2024

LOCATION
Huntington Beach, California USA

Selection Criteria – click here

Athlete Wildcard Applications – click here

Team to be announced following the 2024 Australian Para Titles in August.

LONGBOARD - COMPLETE

DATE
18 – 25 April 2024

LOCATION
Surf City El Salvador

TEAM
Kirra Molnar
Clinton Guest
Tully White
Declan Wyton

STAND UP PADDLE

DATE
16 – 24 September 2024

LOCATION
Copenhagen, Denmark

TEAM
To be announced

Please refer to the Selection Criteria for each discipline for more information on how teams are selected, including how to submit wildcards nominations. 

THE IRUKANDJI NAME

The Irukandjis name was generously gifted to Surfing Australia by the local Yirrganydji people of North Queensland, driven by the
efforts of Indigenous athlete and former World Tour surfer, Soli Bailey. Our namesake and tagline is ‘The Irukandjis: Deadly in the
Water’, after the Irukandji jellyfish – an extremely venomous species of jellyfish that inhabit Australian marine waters.

Australian representatives across all surfing genres, including Junior, Open, Masters, Olympic, Longboard, Big Wave, Stand Up
Paddleboard (SUP) and Adaptive disciplines, compete under The Irukandjis national identity and united colours at international events
such as the Olympics, International Surfing Association (ISA), World Surfing Games, WSL World Juniors and Longboard
Championships.

The team branding and uniforms were developed in collaboration with BWM Dentsu and Indigenous artist Jasmine Craciun, who
derived inspiration from her ancestors, the Barkindji people. The organic shapes on the uniform represent fluid movement within the
water and emulate light hitting the ocean when viewed from below.

Learn more about the Yirrganydji people and their initiatives here including the Yirrganydji Land and Sea and Junior Ranger Program,
estuarine Crocodile Monitoring Program and Traditional Use of Marine Resources Agreement (TUMRA).

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