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JoshMartini007

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  1. Unsurprisingly, the first day of trap qualification at the Worlds was not good for us. Zevlever went 40/50 in the men's event while Boddez went 34/50 in the women's event. The best scenario for us would be for a Pan American shooter to qualify here which would make things easier during the continental qualifiers.
  2. Japan’s Kanoa Igarashi and United States’ Kirra Pinkerton were crowned champions today at the World Surfing Games. The event was held at Huntington Beach, United States from September 16th to September 24th 2022. 2020 Olympic silver medalist Igarashi had a perfect competition where he finished first in all eight rounds on route to winning gold. In the final, he finished ahead of Indonesia’s Rio Waida and Australia’s Jackson Baker whom won silver and bronze. Pinkerton had a similar experience, never being relegated to the second chance repechage bracket as she finished either first or second in all of her heats. In the final, her score of 13.63 barely edged out France’s Pauline Ado’s score of 13.00. The bronze medal was won by Australia’s Sally Fitzgibbons. The event doubled as the first opportunity for nations to qualify to the 2024 Olympics. The highest ranked nation from the men’s and women’s team points ranking qualified a spot to the games. Up to three surfers contribute to their nation’s ranking based on the placing they achieved with the winner getting 1000 points, second receiving 860 points, third obtaining 730 points and so on. Buoyed by their individual championship title, the winner of the team points competition was Japan for the men and the United States for the women. The Olympic quota is awarded to the nation and it is up to the respective National Olympic Committee to choose which athlete will compete. As a reminder, despite the 2022 World Surfing Games occurring first, it is actually lower on the quota hierarchy which could have some implications. Should the nations which won a quota today win a third quota from the team points ranking at the 2024 World Surfing Games, the quota won here will be reallocated to the second-place nation, specifically the United States for the men and Australia for the women. The next opportunity for surfers to qualify to the Olympics will be at the 2023 World Surfing Games.
  3. Unfortunately I won't be able to watch the remaining races. So good luck to the finalists.
  4. have reached the women's final. will be ranked 6th, will be ranked 5th. The final will consist of Overall, has many options to win the quota. If they finish 1st or 2nd they will qualify or if wins, they automatically qualify. The only way or qualifies would be if they win and finishes 3rd or 4th. has no chance for the Olympic quota.
  5. have reached the men's final. will be ranked 6th, will be ranked 5th. The final will consist of The Olympic quota is relatively simple. will win the quota should they finish first. For they not only need to finish first, but also hope doesn't finish second or else they will get the quota.
  6. into the women's final, will get a second chance in the repechage
  7. into the men's final, down to the repechage and will get a second chance to qualify to the finals.
  8. In the women's event, after repechage 9, advance to the next round while finishes 8th and finishes 7th. Australia is in a very good position where they can win the Olympic quota without winning the event.
  9. In the men's event, after repechage 11, advance to the next round while finishes 8th and finishes 7th. All nations now have one athlete remaining. and wins if they finish first though they have chances to win if they finish second or third. For or to win, they must finish first and must finish third or worse. Likewise for to win, they must finish first and must finish fourth or worse and must finish third or worse. winning greatly helps and to win the Olympic quota.
  10. The fight for the Olympic quota for the women's event will be interesting. and both have two surfers remaining and can win the quota without winning the overall event. If or wins, would need a 2nd and 4th while needs a 2nd and 7th (or better) to win the quota. only chance at winning would be if also finished in second (Peru has no chance at winning the quota).
  11. In the women's event, after repechage 8, advance to the next round. As for the eliminations, finish joint 11th while finish joint 9th. We now have 8 surfers remaining going into the final day. Along with the four above we also have
  12. Yeah, is the big favourite for the Olympic quota. Should one of their surfers win the event, they automatically qualify. They are also guaranteed the quota should they finish second and fourth with their two surfers (it's less strict if doesn't win or doesn't finish 1st and 3rd with its two surfers). As mentioned before is mathematically eliminated while and need favourable results (mostly, losing both athletes early).
  13. In the men's event, after repechage 10, advance to the next round while are eliminated finish joint 9th. We now have 8 surfers remaining for the final day. Along with the above repechage winners we also have
  14. Indonesia survives right on the last wave, eliminating Brazil in the first heat.
  15. In the women's event, after repechage round 7, advance to the next round while finish joint 15th and finish joint 13th. Not a good round for France, losing 2/3 surfers. Australia remains as the only nation with three surfers.
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