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Defending Haleiwa Challenger Winner John John Florence’s 10! Watch Out CT Hopefuls, John Is Back

Defending Haleiwa Challenger Winner John John Florence's 10! Watch Out CT Hopefuls, John Is Back

The Challenger Series surfers fighting for qualification will face an added layer of pressure at Haleiwa. With few spots remaining, the heat draw will be packed with Championship Tour heavy hitters like John John Florence, Griffin Colapinto, Carissa Moore, and more. Can the CT hopefuls upset their future competition and seize their place alongside them on tour?

The battle for Championship Tour qualification comes down to this. Seven men’s and two women’s spots are still up for grabs when the CT hopefuls square off one last time at iconic Haleiwa. The only question dominating the North Shore and the entire surf world is: who will qualify? Watch the Haleiwa Challenger at home in The Hawaiian Islands live November 26 to December 7 on worldsurfleague.com.

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