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 Men’s WSL Championship Tour is Teahupo’o, Tahiti! Now famous for being one of the heaviest waves in the world, the WSL contest at Teahupo’o is both a test of bravery as well as surfing precision. So what will this year have in store and who will win? We’ve broken down who we think will come 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.