As the fastest-growing population of surfers, female longboarders are not only taking over lineups, but they represent the beauty, flow, and art of the sport. The Queen Of The Point surfing contest, set to take place at the world-renowned First Point Malibu on June 24-25, 2023, celebrates and showcases the talents of female longboarders from around the world.

The mission of QOTP is to acknowledge and show respect to the women who came before, to give a platform for the current class, and to encourage girls of the future to embrace longboard surfing. This event brings together some of the most talented longboard surfers on the planet to compete for the prestigious title of Queen Of The Point.

Delilah Hutchins, Yeshe Elmore, Rebecca Jamgochian, Olivia Willhite. Photo Kaili Reynolds

Last year’s event final saw an incredible display of skill and athleticism from the finalists, including Sally Cohen, Mia McMahon, and Ming hui Brown who placed second, third, and fourth respectively. Spectators can expect nothing less than thrilling performances as these surfers and others take to the waves for this year’s competition.

The opening ceremony will take place at Traveler Surf Club’s new location in the Malibu Village shopping center (3862 Cross Creek Rd) on Friday, June 23, 2023, at 5 pm. The club is set to become a hub for surf enthusiasts, offering a range of facilities and activities for surfers of all levels. The ceremony will provide an opportunity for attendees to meet the surfers and organizers, and get a taste of what is to come over the following two days of competition.

Ming Hui Brown. Photo Kaili Reynolds

In addition, there will be a one-hour session for girls and women from El Barrio Athletic Club on Sunday, June 25, where competitors will partake in teaching the gals to surf. This is a great opportunity for women to learn from some of the best surfers in the world and try their hand at riding the waves.

Queen Of The Point has gained global recognition, with the first event of 2023 taking place in La Union, Philippines. The contests have become a must-attend for surfing enthusiasts, and events for 2024 are already being planned to be held in the Philippines again, as well as in Australia, Indonesia, and California. The Queen Of The Point has established itself as an international sensation, bringing together the best female longboard surfers from around the world to compete and inspire the next generation of surfers.

Cash Hoover and Puaiohi DeFies. Photo Kaili Reynolds

The Queen Of The Point contest has become one of the most highly anticipated events on the surfing calendar, attracting competitors and spectators from around the world. This year’s event promises to be another thrilling showcase of female longboarding talent, set against the stunning backdrop of First Point Malibu.

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