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men left in round #6:

:JPN Kanoa Igarashi, :AUS Jackson Baker, :USA Nat Young (Heat #1)

:POR Guilherme Fonseca, :PER Lucca Mesinas, :USA Kolohe Andino (Heat #2)

 

still in the competition in the repechage rounds:

:JPN Shun Murakami, :INA I Ketut Agus, :BRA Miguel Pupo (Rd #9, Heat #1)

:BRA Samuel Pupo, :INA Rio Waida, :BAR Joshua Burke (Rd #9, Heat #2)

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women's left in round #5:

:PER Daniella Rosas, :POR Teresa Bonvalot, :AUS Sally Fitzgibbons, :POR Yolanda Hopkins (Heat #1)

:FRA Pauline Ado, :USA Gabriela Bryan, :USA Kirra Pinkerton, :CAN Sanoa Dempfle-Olin (Heat #2)

 

still in competition in the repechage rounds:

:ECU:FRA:ISR:CRC (Rd #6, Heat #2)

:ESP:FRA:USA:POR (Rd #6, Heat #3)

:JPN:GER:BAR:ARG (Rd #6, Heat #4)

from Heat #1 already advanced to RD #7 Sophie McCulloch and India Robinson (both :AUS)

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22 minutes ago, phelps said:

men left in round #6:

:JPN Kanoa Igarashi, :AUS Jackson Baker, :USA Nat Young (Heat #1)

:POR Guilherme Fonseca, :PER Lucca Mesinas, :USA Kolohe Andino (Heat #2)

 

still in the competition in the repechage rounds:

:JPN Shun Murakami, :INA I Ketut Agus, :BRA Miguel Pupo (Rd #9, Heat #1)

:BRA Samuel Pupo, :INA Rio Waida, :BAR Joshua Burke (Rd #9, Heat #2)

Not too often you see Barbados cracking into the top 12 of an Olympic sport world championships :thumbup:

“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair” - Nelson Mandela

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Now that we are left with 12 men and 16 women we can take a closer look at the Olympic quota race. As a reminder the quotas are awarded to the highest ranking nation in the team points rankings (please note the 2022 Games have a lower priority than the team ranking of the 2024 Games so there's a chance the quota may be retroactively reallocated to second place).

 

On the men's side we have eight nations with at least one active surfer, :AUS :BAR :BRA :INA :JPN :PER :POR :USA . With that said, :BAR and :PER are also mathematically eliminated. :AUS :POR and to a lesser extent :INA likely needs results to go their way, even if they win the individual title.

 

On the women's side we have ten nations with at least one active surfer, :AUS :BAR :CAN :CRC :FRA :GER :PER :POR :ESP :USA . As with the men, :BAR and :CRC are mathematically eliminated. With one remaining athlete,  :CAN :GER :PER :ESP will have it tough and will definitely need results to go their way along with winning the individual event, especially since :AUS and :FRA have three surfers still in play and the two surfers from :POR and :USA are still in the main bracket.

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13 hours ago, phelps said:

women's left in round #5:

:PER Daniella Rosas, :POR Teresa Bonvalot, :AUS Sally Fitzgibbons, :POR Yolanda Hopkins (Heat #1)

:FRA Pauline Ado, :USA Gabriela Bryan, :USA Kirra Pinkerton, :CAN Sanoa Dempfle-Olin (Heat #2)

 

still in competition in the repechage rounds:

:ECU:FRA:ISR:CRC (Rd #6, Heat #2)

:ESP:FRA:USA:POR (Rd #6, Heat #3)

:JPN:GER:BAR:ARG (Rd #6, Heat #4)

from Heat #1 already advanced to RD #7 Sophie McCulloch and India Robinson (both :AUS)

to complete the field...

 

Repechage Rd #7:

:AUS Sophie McCulloch, :CRC Leilani McGonagle, :ESP Nadia Erostarbe, :BAR Chelsea Tuach (Heat #1)

:FRA Tessa Thyssen, :AUS India Robinson, :GER Rachel Presti, :FRA Vahinè Fierro (Heat #2)

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meanwhile the team standings (men + women, combined) so far:

 

=1. :FRA France, 5180 (max)

=1. :USA United States, 5180 (max)

=1. :POR Portugal, 5180 (max)

4. :AUS Australia, 4780

5. :JPN Japan, 4730

6. :CAN Canada, 4175

7. :BRA Brazil, 4110

 

full ranking:

https://isa.surfscores.com/USA/2022/isawsg/#

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Crazy tactics going down in the first women's heat of round 5. :POR Bonvalot essentially used her priority to prevent :AUS Fitzgibbons from getting a second run, causing her to drop down to the repechage while her compatriot, :POR Hopkins got penalized due to getting in the way of  :PER Rosas who had priority.

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