2022 SCHEDULE OF WORLD SURF LEAGUE TOUR

di Erika Scafuro

 

 

For all lovers of surfing events, another stocked year has begun with the busy schedule of WSL competitions. With a total of 163 events will satisfy all those who cannot stay without watching maneuvers, air games and the style that makes each and every pro surfer unique.
The WSL schedule includes a series of competitions, including Men’s and Women’s Qualifying Series; Men’s and Women’s Longboard Tour; Men’s and Women’s Junior Tour; Men’s and Women’s Challenger Series.

 

 

The WSL schedule includes a series of competitions, including Men’s and Women’s Qualifying Series; Men’s and Women’s Longboard Tour; Men’s and Women’s Junior Tour; Men’s and Women’s Challenger Series.

Let’s see in detail the main events of Men’s and Women’s WSL Championship Tour:

January 29 – February 10 Billabong Pro Pipeline, Banzai Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii
February 11 – 23 Hurley Pro Sunset Beach, Sunset Beach, Oahu, Hawaii
March 3 – 13 MEO Portugal Pro, Peniche, Portugal
April 10 – 20 Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, Victoria, Australia
April 24 – May 4 Margaret River Pro Margaret River, Western Australia, Australia
May 28 – June 6 Quiksilver Pro G-Land G-Land, Banyuwangi, Indonesia
June 15- 22 Trestles Lower Trestles, San Clemente, California, United States
June 27 – July 4 Oi Rio Pro Saquarema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
July 9 – 18 Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa
August 11-21 Teahupoʻo, Tahiti, French Polynesia
September 8-16 Rip Curl WSL Finals, Lower Trestles, San Clemente, California

 

 

Every WSL Championship tour brings the world’s best surfers competing in the world’s most iconic breaks, sacred for all surf lovers. Almost all the native places of CT surfers are included in this list, every of them obviously has his favorite spot, surfing breaks of which they know every single condition. But where waves break that, however perfect they may be, can make even world champions falter. Plus the training that brings the CT surfers to compete in the tour is not only physical because it is necessary an excellent mental resistance to the continuous travel from one country to another, the effort of adapting to the rhythms of the competitions, to the tension and the fear of injury. Therefore, beyond the rankins, whoever participates to the WSL is already a winner to have reached this level and to be able to say that they make surfing their job. As the competitions unfold it will be possible to get a picture of who will maintain the top five which, let’s remember, is currently this for men (from 1 to 5) Gabriel Medina, Filipe Toledo, Italo Ferreira, Conner Coffin, Morgan Ciblic; and for the women: Carissa Moore, Tatiana Weston – Webb, Sally Fitzgibbons, Johanne Defay, Stephanie Gilmore.

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