this surfing between 2024 Paris Olympics You will feel much closer.
The first places for the next Olympic Games will be distributed in: ISA World Surf Games 2022held in Huntington Beach, California 16 and 24 September.
For the first time in this competition, the winning men’s and winning women’s national teams will receive an Olympic quota for each of these National Olympic Committees (NOC). Places will be allocated to the respective National Olympic Committees and not to the athletes.
“The coveted ISA Champion Team World Cup competition will be epic and the most important in our history as Olympic berths are set for the top men’s and women’s national teams at these ISA World Surfing Games.” said. Fernando Aguerre, president of the International Surfing Federation (ISA, for its English acronym).
The reward is high and therefore the pressure is high.
A total of 247 surfers from 51 different countries, including the three-time World Surfing Games champion, will compete in this competition. Sally FitzgibbonsOlympic silver medalist, Kanoa Igarashi and bronze Tsuzuki Amuro.
You can follow all the action here on Olympics.com to see which nations have secured the best Olympic beds.
Read on to see what you can expect from the competition, the show and more.
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ISA World Surfing Games 2022: who to watch in the men’s competition
Kanoa Igarashi, ‘adopted’ from Huntington Beach and Olympic silver medalist, hopes to impress and show off his good form in the waves he knows best, thereby securing a spot for Japan in 2024 Paris.
While local Kolohe Andino may not have had his best season on the WSL Championship Tour, it will be interesting to see him in action after finishing second in 2019. pintail griffin Y Nat Young In the United States squad, this nation has a great chance of taking the qualifying spot for Paris 2024.
Indonesian Rio Waida had an impressive year after stopping twice in a row in the WSL Challenger Series in May and July. He will need to be watched closely, as will former Championship Tour surfer Jesse Mendes, who recently changed his country of representation from Brazil to Italy and has pinpointed Paris 2024 among his goals.
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ISA World Surf Games 2022: who to watch in women’s competition
In the women’s event, Championship Tour fixture and winner of the 2021 ISA World Surfing Games, Sally Fitzgibbons, will seek to lead the young Australian women’s team.
Olympic bronze medalist Tsuzuki Amuro to search alongside his compatriots Shino Matsuda Y Maeda Mahina A place for Japan and it is expected to be a strong team to achieve it.
As France hosts the next Olympic Games, we’ll have to follow suit. Vahine Iron, from Tahiti. The 20-year-old surfer took a wild car to compete in the last Tahiti Pro event and finished third. At Teahupo’o, which will host the next Paris 2024 Games, he’ll have to do his best in the small waves he’s used to.
Another rising star to look out for is 15-year-old Erin Brooks. The Canadian has won this year’s under-16 ISA World Surfing Games. In addition, she recently became the first woman to do a black front somersault on a surfboard. In August, Brooks made history as the only woman and youngest competitor to place fourth in Indonesia’s Padang Pagang Cup.
ISA World Surf Games 2022 – Schedule
The competition program will be updated daily depending on the weather and weather conditions.
You can watch the action live here on Olympics.com. Highlights, results and interviews with surfers will also be available here.
Thursday, September 15: Competition schedule confirmed for day 1 qualifiers and tests
Friday, September 16: Opening Ceremony and possible start of the men’s competition
Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18: men’s competition
Monday, September 19: Men’s and women’s competition
(Note: This will be the first day of the women’s competition and will also allow surfers to compete in Super Girl Pro.)
Tuesday, September 20 – Friday, September 23: Men’s and women’s competition
Saturday, September 24: Men’s and Women’s Finals Day
16 – 24 September
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