As Olympic Qualification Nears, Stacked Heats Define Day 5 of the 2024 ISA World Surfing Games

Tainá Hinckel (BRA) and Caroline Marks (CRC) set high marks for the women, Morgan Cibilic (AUS) and Kai Odriozola (ESP) for the men

John John Florence (USA) and Brian Toth (PUR) advance together through super-heat

2021 WSG gold medalist Joan Duru (FRA) wins battle of the goofy-foots

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As Olympic Qualification Nears, Stacked Heats Define Day 5 of the 2024 ISA World Surfing Games

Tainá Hinckel (BRA) and Caroline Marks (CRC) set high marks for the women, Morgan Cibilic (AUS) and Kai Odriozola (ESP) for the men John John Florence (USA) and Brian Toth (PUR) advance together through super-heat 2021 WSG gold medalist Joan Duru (FRA) wins battle of the goofy-foots
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Olympic medalists Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) and Amuro Tsuzuki (JPN) stay alive in repechage

Pure excellence from Sanoa Olin (CAN), while Rachel Presti (GER) continues to flare

Juniors Kai Odriozola (ESP) and Oliver Zietz (NED) step up the level

Jamaica’s Elishama Beckford stands firm against heralded competitors

Brian Toth leads strong performances from Team Puerto Rico with huge local support

Olympic gold medalist Carissa Moore (USA) posts event-high heat total, Yago Dora (BRA) claims highest single wave score

Past and future Olympians stand out on tough day of competition.

Brian Toth leads strong performances from Team Puerto Rico with huge local support

Olympic gold medalist Carissa Moore (USA) posts event-high heat total, Yago Dora (BRA) claims highest single wave score

Past and future Olympians stand out on tough day of competition.

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