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Surfing Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games

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Something like that should be recorded by every IF. But maybe we'll do it - do you know better experts in qualification systems than Totallympians? ;)

 

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After 1/11 events, the following athletes are provisionally in a qualifying position from the World Surf League. Note: athletes from Hawaii are marked with (HAW) and athletes from French Polynesia with (PYF) as they compete  separately in Surfing.

 

Men

  1. :BRA Itali Ferreira
  2. :USA Kolohe Andino
  3. :RSA Jordy Smith
  4. :USA (HAW) John John Florence
  5. :BRA Gabriel Medina
  6. :AUS Wade Carmichael
  7. :AUS Owen Wright
  8. :FRA (PYF) Michel Bourez
  9. :JPN Kanoa Igarashi
  10. :FRA Jérémy Florès

The countries who will qualify from the WSL are already almost predetermined. Only :ITA Leonardo Fioravanti can change the status quo, but he appears to be one of the weaker athlete on tour. The WSL is very, very heavy on Australians, Americans and Brazilians and the selection battles between those athletes will be the real story.

 

Women

  1. :USA Caroline Marks
  2. :USA (HAW) Carissa Moore
  3. :AUS Sally Fitzgibbons
  4. :AUS Stephanie Gilmore
  5. :BRA Tatiana Weston-Webb
  6. :FRA Johanne Defay
  7. :CRC Brisa Hennessy
  8. :NZL Paige Hareb

As far as country quotas go, the only question is whether :BRA can get a second quota and, if so, which of :FRA, :CRC or :NZL will qualify. Silvana Lima, the second Brazilian, is injured but should be able to qualify if she regains her form.

The only other qualification battle worth watching is the bloodbath that will be the American qualification process: they have 7 athletes in the top 12.

Edited by NearPup

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Yeah, sadly qualification through the World Surf League is more of an intra-nation competition than an inter-nation competition

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After 2/11 events, the following athletes are provisionally in a qualifying position from the World Surf League. Note: athletes from Hawaii are marked with (HAW) as they compete  separately in Surfing. I am only including athletes that are qualified to compete on the tour in the selection battle (theoretically an athlete that isn't on tour could qualify for enough events to be selected, but this is unlikely).

 

Men

  1. :USA (HAW) John John Florence
  2. :BRA Italo Ferreira
  3. :RSA Jordy Smith
  4. :BRA Filipe Toledo
  5. :USA Kolohe Andino
  6. :AUS Ryan Callinan
  7. :AUS Owen Wright
  8. :JPN Kanoa Igarashi
  9. :FRA Michel Bourez
  10. :FRA Jérémy Florès

The first athlete not qualified is :NZL Ricardo Christie, followed by :ITA Leonardo Fioravanti.

 

:USA American selection battle:

  1. (HAW) John John Florence - 16,085 points
  2. Kolohe Andino - 9,130 points
  3. Conner Coffin - 8,065 points
  4. (HAW) Seth Moniz - 8,065 points
  5. Kelly Slater - 5,010 points
  6. (HAW) Ezekiel Lau - 2,660 points
  7. Griffin Colapinto - 1,595 points
  8. (HAW) Sebastian Zietz - 1,330 points

 

:BRA Brazilian selection battle:

  1. Italo Ferreira - 14,745 points
  2. Filipe Toledo - 11,120 points
  3. Gabriel Medina - 9,490 points
  4. Wilian Cardoso - 6,640 points
  5. Yago Dora - 4,650 points
  6. Peterson Crisanto - 4,650 points
  7. Deivid Silva - 4,650 points
  8. Michael Rodrigues - 2,660 points
  9. Jesse Mendes - 1,595 points
  10. Jadson Andre - 1,595 points
  11. Adriano de Souza - 530 points

 

:AUS Australian selection battle:

  1. Ryan Callinan - 7,415 points
  2. Owen Wright - 6,640 points
  3. Wade Carmichael - 5,010 points
  4. Mikey Wright - 4,650 points
  5. Reef Heazlewood - 4,650 points
  6. Julian Wilson - 2,660 points
  7. Adrian Buchan - 2,660 points
  8. Soli Bailey - 2,660 points
  9. Jack Freestone - 2,660 points

 

:FRA French selection battle:

  1. Michel Bourez - 4,650 points
  2. Jérémy Florès - 4,650 points
  3. Joan Duru - 1,595 points

 

Women

  1. :USA Caroline Marks
  2. :USA (HAW) Malia Manuel
  3. :AUS Stephanie Gilmore
  4. :AUS Sally Fitzgibbons
  5. :BRA Tatiana Weston-Webb
  6. :FRA Johanne Defay
  7. :CRC Brisa Hennessy
  8. :NZL Paige Hareb

The only unqualified athlete is :BRA Silvana Lima, who has yet to compete this year due to an injury. She will likely go ahead of Hareb if she recovers this season.

 

:USA American selection battle (where the real action is on the women's side, the US has 7 of the top 12):

  • Caroline Marks - 16,085 points
  • (HAW) Malia Manuel - 13,885 points
  • Courtney Conlogue - 12,610 points
  • (HAW) Carissa Moore - 12,545 points
  • Lakey Peterson - 8,695
  • Sage Erickson - 7,355
  • (HAW) Coco Ho - 7,355


:AUS Australian selection battle:

  1. Stephanie Gilmore - 9,490 points
  2. Sally Fitzgibbons - 8,695 points
  3. Nikki Van Dijk - 5,220 points
  4. Bronte Macaulay - 5,220 points
  5. Macy Callaghan - 5,220 points
  6. Tyler Wright - 2,090 points
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After 3/11 events, the following athletes are provisionally in a qualifying position from the World Surf League. Note: athletes from Hawaii are marked with (HAW) as they compete  separately in Surfing. I am only including athletes that are qualified to compete on the tour in the selection battle (theoretically an athlete that isn't on tour could qualify for enough events to be selected, but this is unlikely).

 

Men

  1. :USA (HAW) John John Florence
  2. :JPN  Kanoa Igarashi
  3. :BRA Italo Ferreira
  4. :BRA Filipe Toledo
  5. :USA Kolohe Andino
  6. :RSA Jordy Smith
  7. :FRA Jérémy Florès
  8. :AUS Wade Carmichael
  9. :AUS Ryan Callinan
  10. :FRA Michel Bourez

Michel Bourez had a good result in Bali, which allowed him to increase his gap over :ITA Leonardo Fioravanti.

 

:USA American selection battle:

  1. (HAW) John John Florence - 17,415 points
  2. Kolohe Andino - 13,875 points
  3. Conner Coffin - 11,385 points
  4. Kelly Slater - 11,095 points
  5. (HAW) Seth Moniz - 9,395 points
  6. (HAW) Ezekiel Lau - 2,925 points
  7. Griffin Colapinto - 2,925 points
  8. (HAW) Sebastian Zietz - 1,860 points

A semi-final appearance has propelled 47 year old Kelly Slater, the greatest contest surfer in history and a big influence in getting Surfing in the Olympics, into contention for a spot on the American team.

 

:BRA Brazilian selection battle:

  1. Italo Ferreira - 16,075 points
  2. Filipe Toledo - 15,865 points
  3. Gabriel Medina - 10,820 points
  4. Michael Rogrigues - 8,745 points
  5. Wilian Cardoso - 7,970 points
  6. Yago Dora - 5,980 points
  7. Peterson Crisanto - 5,980 points
  8. Deivid Silva - 5,980 points
  9. Jesse Mendes - 4,915 points
  10. Jadson Andre - 2,925 points
  11. Adriano de Souza - 795 points

Michael Rogrigues put himself in the conversation for a potential Olympic spot with a semi-final finish in Bali.

 

:AUS Australian selection battle:

  1. Wade Carmichael - 10,820 points
  2. Ryan Callinan - 10,735 points
  3. Owen Wright - 7,970 points
  4. Adrian Buchan - 7,405 points
  5. Mikey Wright - 5,980 points
  6. Julian Wilson - 5,980 points
  7. Jack Freestone - 5,980 points
  8. Soli Bailey - 2,925 points

Carmichael moves up two spots to take the lead of the Australian battle.

 

:FRA French selection battle:

  1. Jérémy Florès - 12,450 points
  2. Michel Bourez - 7,970 points
  3. Joan Duru - 4,915 points

Florès takes a commanding lead over Bourez and Duru thanks to a runners-up finish in Bali.

 

Women

  1. :AUS Stephanie Gilmore
  2. :USA Caroline Marks
  3. :USA Courtney Conlogue
  4. :AUS Sally Fitzgibbons
  5. :CRC Brisa Hennessy
  6. :BRA Tatiana Weston-Webb
  7. :FRA Johanne Defay
  8. :BRA Silvana Lima

Lima comes back from injury and competes for the first time this season, immediately overtaking :NZL Paige Hareb for the last automatic qualification spot.

 

:USA American selection battle (where the real action is on the women's side, the US has 7 of the top 12):

  • Caroline Marks - 18,695 points
  • Courtney Conlogue - 17,355 points
  • (HAW) Carissa Moore - 17,290 points
  • (HAW) Malia Manuel - 16,495 points
  • Lakey Peterson - 11,305
  • (HAW) Coco Ho - 9,965

The American selection has developed into an extremely close four way race between Marks, Conlogue, Moore and Manuel. They are all basically within one round win of each other at the moment.


:AUS Australian selection battle:

  1. Stephanie Gilmore - 19,490 points
  2. Sally Fitzgibbons - 16,495 points
  3. Nikki Van Dijk - 11,305 points
  4. Bronte Macaulay - 9,965 points
  5. Macy Callaghan - 6,265 points
  6. Tyler Wright - 3,135 points

Van Dijk finished third in Bali, but it didn't help her get a place in Tokyo as Gilmore and Fitzgibbons finished 1-2.

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After the injury Fioravanti lost all his chances, at last for what concerne the qualification via ranking

 

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What might be interesting is to work out how many of the surfers from the big nations will try to find qualifications for other countries between now and Tokyo.

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