Chloe Coleman and Chase Lieder Win the Coastal Edge Steel Pier Classic presented by Katin

Chase Lieder won the Coastal Steel Pier Classic which was a WSL qualifying event. Jack Van Wagoner took equal third, but ranked higher and remains #1 in the WSL North American ranking and will make the 2024 WSL season tour.
Cash Hoover from OLSC took second place at the Coastal Steel Pier Classic! And Chloe Coleman took the win and ranks #1 in the North American rankings! Our own Star Delia remains ranked #2!  So proud of all these kids!!

Coleman and Van Wagoner Claim 2023/2024 North America Longboard Regional Victories

Van Wagoner’s form through the 2023/2024 season included his first WSL victory and a Semifinal finish at this event to earn the North America Longboard Regional win. Despite Lieder’s amazing win in Virginia Beach to tie Van Wagoner for the No. 1 spot, Van Wagoner’s total heat wins outmatched Lieder and now the Carlsbad, California competitor will take on the world’s best in 2024 alongside Coleman.

“It feels so good and I’ve been wanting this for awhile,” said Van Wagoner. “Getting knocked out in the Semifinals and not sure how the tiebreaker worked so I was really nervous. I know Chase got third at Morro Bay so I knew it’d be a tie if he won and he was just surfing so good. It came down to those heat wins and I just edged him out. It’s crazy and a dream come true to be on Tour and I can’t wait to surf against the world’s best.”

WSL Longboard Tour kicks off at the Bioglan Bells Beach Longboard Classic beginning July 18 through 21.

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