Shortboard and Longboard Surfing have been included in the program of the inaugural ANOC World Beach Games in San Diego, USA on Oct. 10-14, 2019.
The Shortboard competition will feature 32 men and 32 women.
The Longboard competition will feature 16 men and 16 women.
Similar to the Olympic Games, the ISA is responsible for all technical elements of competition, including the definition of the qualification system. The NOCs are responsible for entering the athletes and managing the national teams, in consultation with their respective National Federations.
ANOC is coordinating and communicating with the NOCs directly on the qualified slots.
A copy of the qualification process defined by the ISA in agreement with ANOC can be found here.
Results from the 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games for the men’s and women’s teams can be found here.
Results from the 2018 PASA Championships for the men’s and women’s Open Surf teams can be found here.
Further information on the Longboard Qualification will be released in due time.
For any further questions, please contact Megan Burns at the ISA.