If you don’t remember, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is quite tubular in shape. Forgive the stereotypical slang, but yes, this means that surfing made its debut as an Olympic event. Kick off this weekend, the 2021 World Surfing Games at El Salvador ISA in La Bocana and El Senzal, and it’s the last chance for Olympic runners to fulfill their dream of qualifying.
|what or what||2021 ISA World Surfing Games|
|Where||Surf City, El Salvador|
|when||Saturday 29 May – Sunday 6 June 2021|
|waves||La Bokana and the Sunzal|
field of competition
Like many competitions, ISA World Surfing games boil down to a battle for champion status; Represented by gold, silver and bronze medals. However, there is no other place where the field of competition is wide. the acting 52 countries Across the men’s and women’s divisions, more than 250 athletes are vying for a medal in surfing, as well as a shot at the inaugural Olympic Games for the sport.
While there are only three medals available in each division, 12 total places remain for the Tokyo Games. In the Olympics, 20 men and 20 women will compete for medals. To enter this weekend, seven positions remain open for women’s qualifiers, while five positions remain open for men.
according to International Surfing Association (ISA)One of the champions of the sport since 2019, he has already taken his place in Tokyo. The 2019 men’s champion Italo Ferreira of Brazil has claimed Olympic status after winning the 2019 World Surfing League (WSL) Tour, but is seeking to defend his title at the World Surfing Games. The 2018 Women’s Champion, Sofia Mulanovic of Peru, is looking forward to one of the Olympic final spots.
With a field so large, it is impressive that Surf City El Salvador The World Surfing Games will last only nine days, from May 29 to June 6. It all starts with the opening ceremony on Saturday, with a possible early start for the competition. The matches continue until the finals and closing ceremony next weekend. Not all surfers will ride the same waves, selected locations السن And the La Bocana It will create the canvas for the athletes to perform on. Each surfer has a designated amount of time to accumulate “running” on the waves. Surfers advance through the competition based on the scores they get from the judges.
how to watch
There are a number of ways to catch the excitement of El Salvador at ISA World Surfing Games. There are two easy ways at the enterprise level website And the Facebook social networking site Pages, as it will be broadcast daily. According to ISAttempts to stream live in Brazil will be limited to the country’s Olympic channel, and ESPN in Latin America will broadcast live coverage as well.