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HONOLUA BLOMFIELD


Honolua’s Hawaiin roots run deep, so it’s no surprise
she started surfing at two years old. The Haleiwa
native grew up riding boards of all lengths,
but found a true passion for longboarding’s more classic
approach.A natural competitor, Honolua found success
early on, winning her first World Longboard Championship
in 2017 when she was only 18.

She followed this with a win at the first ever Women’s
Duct Tape invitational in 2018 and clenched her second WSL
World Longboard Championship in 2019.
Along with her competitive success,
Hono starred in Nash Howe’s short film “HONO” in 2019,
putting her elegant style and intimate connection
with the ocean on full display.


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HONOLUA BLOMFIELD


Honolua’s Hawaiin roots run deep,
so it’s no surprise she started surfing at
two years old. The Haleiwa native grew up
riding boards of all lengths, but found a true
passion for longboarding’s more classic
approach. A natural competitor, Honolua
found success early on, winning her first
World Longboard Championship
in 2017 when she was only 18.

She followed this with a win at the first ever
Women’s Duct Tape invitational in 2018 and
clenched her second WSL
World Longboard Championship in 2019.
Along with her competitive success,
Hono starred in Nash Howe’s short film
“HONO” in 2019, putting her elegant style
and intimate connection
with the ocean on full display.


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