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Today's announcement from WSL

 

Erik Logan has announced several things about the surfing events for this and the next year.

 

- WSL events posponed until June

- Oi Rio Pro scheduled to June, was postponed

- A new competition format to next year, called "Surf off"

- Surfers from CT who fail to qualify to the next year, they will be a new chance.

- Regional events to improve the competition worldwide and cut the costs in travels from surfers.

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9 hours ago, Laraja said:

Today's announcement from WSL

 

Erik Logan has announced several things about the surfing events for this and the next year.

 

- WSL events posponed until June

- Oi Rio Pro scheduled to June, was postponed

- A new competition format to next year, called "Surf off"

- Surfers from CT who fail to qualify to the next year, they will be a new chance.

- Regional events to improve the competition worldwide and cut the costs in travels from surfers.

What about the Gold Coast qualification for the Championship Tour between Medina, Morais and Fioravanti?

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13 horas atrás, Gianlu33 disse:

What about the Gold Coast qualification for the Championship Tour between Medina, Morais and Fioravanti?

 

I didn't get it, buddy.

 

Are you talking about that intern competition for the last wildcard?

 

As far as I know, this competition would be on the "Australian leg" (3 events). Between Wright and Fioravanti only. Likely, they have no idea what to do about it right now. I believe that after all of it, they will let both surfers participate at all events.

 

The stage in Gold Coast was cancelled. Bells, Margaret, G-Land and Saquarema were postponed.

 

 

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2 hours ago, intoronto said:

Since this was double elimination, the Argentinian advanced to the gold medal match, while Perez “won” bronze.

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20 minutes ago, intoronto said:

But Argentina  finished 4th?

it was :ARG Muniz (Repechage Round #5 - Heat #29 loser) who finished 4th...

 

:ARG Usuna instead advanced to the GM match after beating first :ARG Muniz and then in the following round :ESA Perez, who ended up in 3rd place (then :ARG Usuna lost to :PER Mesinas in the final and won the Silver medal, while the man from :PER won Gold)...

 

yeah, the double elimination format can be quite complicated at first sight...:facepalm:

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56 minutes ago, phelps said:

it was :ARG Muniz (Repechage Round #5 - Heat #29 loser) who finished 4th...

 

:ARG Usuna instead advanced to the GM match after beating first :ARG Muniz and then in the following round :ESA Perez, who ended up in 3rd place (then :ARG Usuna lost to :PER Mesinas in the final and won the Silver medal, while the man from :PER won Gold)...

 

yeah, the double elimination format can be quite complicated at first sight...:facepalm:

I totally forget this was one of the events 2 athletes can compete, so I didn't even bother to check the name. Totally confusing lo

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