Published on 23/07/2021

To watch, go to and download the app on your phone or mobile TV. See the competition schedule here and consume surfing content here.

Not in Australia? To find out which provider is broadcasting the competition in your country, click here.

For the competition format, schedule, qualified surfers list and heat draw click here

Also, Tokyo’s time zone is Japan Standard Time, which is only one hour behind Australian Eastern Standard Time, making it a very accessible Olympics for us to watch. Channel 7 is the television network showing all the action. The official Olympic surfing schedule can be found here.

Follow each of the Irukandjis surfers. 

Owen Wright
Born in Culburra, NSW now resides in Lennox Head, NSW

Julian Wilson
Born in Sunshine Coast, QLD now resides in Newcastle, NSW

Sally Fitzgibbons
Born and resides in Gerroa, NSW

Stephanie Gilmore
Born and resides in Tweed Heads, NSW

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