2019 World Surf League

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Dates2019
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The 2019 World Surf League Championship Tour (CT) is a professional, competitive surfing league run by the World Surf League (WSL), starting on 3 April 2019. Men and women compete in separate tours, with events taking place from early April to mid-December at various surfing locations around the world. Surfers receive points based on performance at each event. The surfer with the most points at the end of the tour (after discarding their two worst results) is declared the 2019 World Surf League Champion.[1][2][3]

The 2019 tour will also contribute towards qualification for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, where surfing will make its debut as an Olympic sport. The top ten men and the top eight women in the 2019 World Surf League, subject to a maximum of two men and two women per NOC, will qualify for the Olympics.[4]

2019 Championship Tour[edit]

2019 Men's Championship Tour Jeep Leaderboard[edit]

Points are awarded using the following structure:

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   5th   9th   17th   33rd   INJ   DNC 
Points 10.000 7.800 6.085 4.745 3.320 1.330 265 265 0
Ranking +/- Surfer Australia
WCT 1
(Details)
Australia
WCT 2
(Details)
Indonesia
WCT 3
(Details)
Australia
WCT 4
(Details)
Brazil
WCT 5
(Details)
South Africa
WCT 6
(Details)
French Polynesia
WCT 7
(Details)
United States
WCT 8
(Details)
France
WCT 9
(Details)
Portugal
WCT 10
(Details)
Hawaii
WCT 11
(Details)
Points
1 Steady  Italo Ferreira (BRA) 1st 17th 11.330
2 Steady  Kolohe Andino (USA) 2nd 17th 9.130
3 Steady  Jordy Smith (ZAF) 3rd 17th 7.415
4 Steady  John John Florence (HAW) 3rd 33rd 6.350
5 Steady  Gabriel Medina (BRA) 5th 17th 6.075
6 Steady  Conner Coffin (USA) 5th 17th 6.075
7 Steady  Wade Carmichael (AUS) 5th 33rd 5.010
8 Steady  Seth Moniz (HAW) 5th 17th 6.075
9 Steady  Filipe Toledo (BRA) 9th 17th 4.650
10 Steady  Owen Wright (AUS) 9th 33rd 3.585
11 Steady  Michel Bourez (PYF) 9th 33rd 3.585
12 Steady  Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) 9th 33rd 3.585
13 Steady  Mikey Wright (AUS) 9th 33rd 3.585
14 Steady  Willian Cardoso (BRA) 9th 33rd 3.585
15 Steady  Yago Dora (BRA) 9th 17th 4.650
16 Steady  Reef Heazlewood (AUS) 9th 33rd 3.585
17 Steady  Julian Wilson (AUS) 17th 17th 2.660
18 Steady  Michael Rodrigues (BRA) 17th 33rd 1.595
19 Steady  Jérémy Florès (FRA) 17th 17th 2.660
20 Steady  Adrian Buchan (AUS) 17th 17th 2.660
21 Steady  Griffin Colapinto (USA) 17th 33rd 1.595
22 Steady  Ezekiel Lau (HAW) 17th 17th 2.660
23 Steady  Joan Duru (FRA) 17th 33rd 1.595
24 Steady  Ryan Callinan (AUS) 17th 17th 2.660
25 Steady  Peterson Crisanto (BRA) 17th 33rd 1.595
26 Steady  Jesse Mendes (BRA) 17th 33rd 1.595
27 Steady  Deivid Silva (BRA) 17th 33rd 1.595
28 Steady  Ricardo Christie (NZL) 17th 17th 2.660
29 Steady  Soli Bailey (AUS) 17th 33rd 1.595
30 Steady  Jack Freestone (AUS) 17th 33rd 1.595
31 Steady  Kelly Slater (USA) 33rd 17th 1.595
32 Steady  Sebastian Zietz (HAW) 17th DNC 1.330
33 Steady  Mateus Herdy (BRA) 17th - 1.330
34 Steady  Adriano de Souza (BRA) INJ INJ 530
35 Steady  Leonardo Fioravanti (ITA) 33rd 17th 1.595
36 Steady  Jadson Andre (BRA) 33rd 17th 1.595
37 Steady  Caio Ibelli (BRA) 33rd 33rd 530
38 Steady  Jacob Willcox (AUS) - 17th 1.330
39 Steady  Harrison Mann (AUS) - 33rd 265
40 Steady  Xavier Huxtable (AUS) - 33rd 265
  • Championship Tour surfers best 9 of 11 results are combined to equal their final point total.
  • Tournament results discarded

Legend

Champion
Men's QS 2020
Two worst results

Source

2019 Women's Championship Tour Jeep Leaderboard[edit]

Points are awarded using the following structure:

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   5th   9th   17th   INJ   DNC 
Points 10.000 7.800 6.085 4.745 2.610 1.045 1.045 0
Ranking +/- Surfer Australia
WCT 1
(Details)
Australia
WCT 2
(Details)
Indonesia
WCT 3
(Details)
Australia
WCT 4
(Details)
Brazil
WCT 5
(Details)
South Africa
WCT 6
(Details)
United States
WCT 7
(Details)
France
WCT 8
(Details)
Portugal
WCT 9
(Details)
Hawaii
WCT 10
(Details)
Points
1 Steady  Caroline Marks (USA) 1st 17th 11.045
2 Steady  Carissa Moore (HAW) 2nd 17th 8.845
3 Steady  Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) 3rd 17th 7.130
4 Steady  Malia Manuel (HAW) 3rd 17th 7.130
5 Steady  Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) 5th 17th 5.790
6 Steady  Tatiana Weston-Webb (BRA) 5th 17th 5.790
7 Steady  Johanne Defay (FRA) 5th 17th 5.790
8 Steady  Sage Erickson (USA) 5th 17th 5.790
9 Steady  Lakey Peterson (USA) 9th 17th 3.655
10 Steady  Courtney Conlogue (USA) 9th 17th 3.655
11 Steady  Nikki Van Dijk (AUS) 9th 17th 3.655
12 Steady  Coco Ho (HAW) 9th 17th 3.655
13 Steady  Bronte Macaulay (AUS) 9th 17th 3.655
14 Steady  Macy Callaghan (AUS) 9th 17th 3.655
15 Steady  Brisa Hennessy (CRI) 9th 17th 3.655
16 Steady  Isabella Nichols (AUS) 9th - 2.610
17 Steady  Tyler Wright (AUS) INJ INJ 2.090
18 Steady  Paige Hareb (NZL) 17th 17th 2.090
19 Steady  Silvana Lima (BRA) INJ INJ 2.090
20 Steady  Keely Andrew (AUS) 17th 17th 2.090
21 Steady  Kobie Enright (AUS) - 17th 1.045
  • Championship Tour surfers best 8 of 10 results are combined to equal their final point total.
  • Tournament results discarded

Legend

Champion
Women's QS 2020
two worst results

Source

Qualifying Series[edit]

2019 Men's Qualifying Series[edit]

Position  1st   2nd   3rd-4th   5th-8th   9th 
Ranking +/- Surfer Events Points
1 2 3 4 5
1 Steady  Jadson Andre (BRA) 6.000 4.500 4.500 15.000
2 Steady  Matt Banting (AUS) 3.550 3.550 2.250 1.000 10.350
3 Steady 0
4 Steady 0
5 Steady 0
6 Steady 0
7 Steady 0
8 Steady 0
9 Steady 0
10 Steady 0
11 Steady 0

Legend

Men's CT 2020

Source

2019 Women's Qualifying Series[edit]

Position  1st   2nd   3rd-4th   5th-8th   9th 
Ranking +/- Surfer Events Points
1 2 3 4 5
1 Steady  Isabella Nichols (AUS) 4.500 4.500 1.680 10.680
2 Steady 0
3 Steady 0
4 Steady 0
5 Steady 0
6 Steady 0
7 Steady 0

Legend

Women's CT 2020

Source

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Surf League Class of 2019 Determined". World Surf League. Retrieved 17 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Men's Championship Tour Event Schedule 2019". World Surf League. Retrieved 17 February 2019.
  3. ^ "Women's Championship Tour Event Schedule 2019". World Surf League. Retrieved 17 February 2019.
  4. ^ "International Olympic Committee and ISA confirm qualification process for surfing competition at Tokyo 2020". International Surfing Association. Retrieved 24 February 2019.

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