With the 2019 WSL Championship Tour now complete, the first 10 men and 8 women qualification spots have already been filled. The next chance to qualify will be at the 2020 ISA World Surfing Games on the 8th May 2020 where 4 men’s and 6 women’s spots are up for grabs.
Next stop on the WSL world tour is Saquarema in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Brazilian surfing fans are among the most passionate in the world and you can bet your bottom dollar that they will show up in droves for the event. With fierce home ground support behind him, Filipe Toledo defeated Aussie, Wade Carmic