Tatiana Weston-Webb

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Tatiana Weston-Webb
Tatiana Weston-Webb.jpg
Tatiana Weston Webb at the Supergirl Pro Surf Contest in Oceanside.
Personal information
Born Tatiana Weston-Webb
(1996-05-09) May 9, 1996 (age 22)
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Residence Kauai, Hawaii, U.S.
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Weight 123 lb (56 kg)
Surfing career
Sponsors Body Glove, Smith Optics, Carrol Surfboards, Banzai Bowls, Sticky Bumps, Rockstar Energy Drink, Oi
Surfing specifications
Stance Goofy
Shaper(s) Tim Carroll Surfboards

Tatiana Weston-Webb (born May 9, 1996) is a Brazilian/American surfer from Kauai, Hawaii. She was the only rookie on the WCT (professional surfing) (World Championship Tour) in 2015. Weston-Webb wears jersey number 9 and her 2016 'CT rank is number 4.[1][2]

Personal life[edit]

Within two weeks of her birth in Brazil, Weston-Webb and her parents moved back to Hawaii in an effort to get Tatiana dual citizenship. Her mother (Tanira Weston-Webb) is Brazilian and was a professional body boarder and her father is from England[3] and has always been around surfing and enjoys the ocean life. She learned to surf when she was 8 years old by watching her older brother Troy. In 2015 she secured a spot in the World Championship Tour. Weston-Webb got into surfing because of Troy, they would play on the shore break and he told their father that he wanted to try surfing so she joined and surfing became a competition for them. She got her very own surfboard when she was eight years old.[4]

On April 29, 2018 she announced her switch over to Brazil representation for the remainder of the 2018 WSL Championship Tour season, aiming to compete representing her native country in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, one of her dreams since surfing was announced as an official Olympic sport.[3]

Media coverage[edit]

  • 2016 Surfer Magazine Hot 100 #1 Women
  • 2015 Free Surf Magazine Cover
  • 2015 Surfing Magazine Body Glove ad
  • 2014 Surfing Magazine online
  • 2014 Featured on ASP website
  • 2014 Surfline editorial
  • 2014 Surfing magazine April issue

Competitive highlights[edit]

  • 2016 4th place WSL Championship Tour Final Ratings
  • 2016 3rd place WSL/ CT Roxy Pro France
  • 2016 1st place Vans US Open of Surfing
  • 2016 3rd place WSL/ CT Drug Aware Margaret River Pro
  • 2016 3rd place WSL/ CT Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach
  • 2015 WSL/ Championship Tour Rookie of the Year
  • 2015 7th place WSL Championship Tour Final Ratings
  • 2015 5th place WSL/ CT Target Maui Pro HI
  • 2015 2nd place WSL/ CT Roxy Pro France
  • 2015 3rd place WSL/ CT Cascais Women’s Pro
  • 2015 1st in the overall rating for the WSL Qualifying Series
  • 2015 5th place WSL/ CT Women’s Drug Aware Margaret River Pro
  • 2015 5th place WSL/ CT Fiji Women’s Pro
  • 2015 1st place WSL/ QS Paul Mitchell Super Girl Pro
  • 2015 3rd place WSL/ CT Snapper Pro
  • 2015 3rd place WSL/ QS Hurley Australian Open
  • 2015 3rd place WSL/ QS Samsung Galaxy Hainan Pro
  • 2014 Qualified to the WSL Championship Tour
  • 2014 3rd place ASP/ QS Swatch Girls Pro
  • 2014 GoPro winner at the CT Fiji event
  • 2014 3rd place ASP/ QS Port Taranaki Pro
  • 2014 2nd place ASP/ QS Super Girl Pro
  • 2014 1st place ISA World Junior Champs
  • 2013 1st place ISA World Junior Champs
  • 2013 1st place Surfing America Championships
  • 2013 3rd place ASP US Open Pro Juniors
  • 2013 3rd place ASP/ QS Pantin Classic
  • 2013 2nd place ASP World Junior Champs
  • 12th overall on the ASP Women’s World ranking (*one spot from qualification to the ASP WCT)[5]


  1. ^ "Tatiana Weston-Webb". World Surf League. Retrieved 13 April 2016. 
  2. ^ "Body Glove - Wetsuits, Swimwear, Apparel & PFD's". bodyglove.com. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 
  3. ^ a b "Tatiana Weston-Webb Officially Represents Brazil on the WSL CT". World Surf League. Retrieved 2018-05-06. 
  4. ^ "Faces: Elite Surfing's Newest Threat". worldsurfleague.com. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 
  5. ^ "Tatiana Weston-Webb «  Icon Athlete Management". iconathletemanagement.com. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 

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