• MEDIA REGISTRATION

    All media are encouraged to apply for accreditation in advance for a smoother check-in experience and ensured entry.
    You will receive a wristband at the event for access.

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  • INFO FOR EVENT PARTICIPANTS

    Below you will find all the relevant information for participating National Teams
    Accommodation Options & Discounts, Team Size, How To Register, ISA Rulebook and more…
    Click here for more info

  • VOLUNTEERS

    Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the 2022 ISA World Surfing Games.
    The success of this event is rooted in passionate and committed volunteers.

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SCHEDULE:

*Schedule subject to change by the ISA

Now:
Registration Open for National Teams

August:
Line Up Registration Requirement for Participants. ISA will confirm via email.

September 2: Deadline for registration.
All payment/Line Up registration must be complete and received by the ISA, no exceptions.

September 15:
Managers’ Meeting with two representatives per National Team required to attend.
Heats and Schedule confirmed for Day 1 of competition.

September 16:
Opening Ceremony and Open Men Competition Start (TBC)

September 17-18:
Competition (Open Men)

September 19:
Competition (Open Men & Open Women)
** Note, this will be the first day of competition for Open Women to allow for the participation of women competing in the Super Girl Pro.

September 20-23:
Competition (Open Men & Open Women)

September 24:
Finals Day (Open Men & Open Women)

PARIS 2024 QUALIFICATION SYSTEM

WSL
– 2023 Tour:Highest-ranking 10 eligible men and 8 eligible women.

ISA WSG
– 2022 & 2024 The winning teams by gender, will qualify 1 place for their respective country. The NOC will nominate the surfer to participate following the conclusion of the Qualification System.
– 2023 Highest-ranking eligible man and woman per continent from Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania (Total of 4 men and 4 women)
– 2024 Highest-ranking 5 eligible men and 7 eligible women

2023 PANAMERICAN GAMES
– Highest-ranking eligible man and woman in the surfing competitions will qualify a continental slot for the Americas.

HOST NATION
– One man and one woman will be guaranteed a place for the host nation of France. If an athlete(s) from France already qualified, the slot(s) will be reallocated to the next highest ranking eligible surfer(s) from the 2024 ISA WSG.

UNIVERSALITY PLACE
– This is meant to promote development, provide opportunity to smaller nations, and progress the sport on a global scale. One man and one woman will earn a Universality Place, as per the IOC selection criteria.

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