World Surf League 2021 Live Stream: Schedule, Start Time & More
The World Surf League is the governing body for professional surfers and is dedicated to showcasing the world's best talent in a variety of progressive formats. The WSL Championship Tour’s Australian from April 16-26.
Brazil's Ferreira, the defending men's champion, recorded the best two-wave score of the day, 14.16, to win his heat and advance to the round of 32 off coast of northern Sydney. Mick Fanning, the Australian is who a three-time former champion and a wildcard at the second of four consecutive Australian legs, was last in Ferreira's three-athlete heat so faces the elimination round.
There is a 36-strong field for the men's competition in Narrabeen, including Australia's three-time champion Mick Fanning, who is a wildcard. The women's field comprises 18 athletes.
World Surf League 2021 Preview
Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina has blown the competition out of the water to clinch his first title of the year, putting on a gob-smacking air-show at the Narrabeen Classic. Runner-up at the two previous World Surf League competitions so far this season, Medina could not be denied in the Sydney final against American Conner Coffin.
Two-time world champion Medina, who earlier eliminated young Australian Morgan Cibilic, opened with scores of 9.27 and 9.50 on his first two waves. He raised his 10 fingers and a prayer gesture to the judges after a stunning backhand rotator, signalling for a perfect 10.
2021 WSL Championship Tour Season Upcoming Schedule
Margaret River Pro: Western Australia, Australia | April 16 - 26, 2021
Oi Rio Pro presented by Corona: Saquarema, Brasil | May 20 - 29, 2021
Surf Ranch Pro: California, USA | June 10 - 13, 2021
Quiksilver Pro G-Land: Indonesia | June 20 - 29, 2021
Corona Open J-Bay: South Africa | July 7 - 19, 2021
Outerknown Tahiti Pro: Teahupo'o, Tahiti | August 26 - September 6, 2021
The WSL Finals: Location TBD | September 8 - 16, 2021
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