This year’s WSL events have been at the highest level.
Both men and women have shown why they are considered the best riders on the planet.
In fact, as you review how the championship is going, you can see that this year, the contenders for the championship come from all over the world.
So it’s possible that, in the face of such excitement, you’re wondering when and where will the next round of this league be.
To sum up, these are the next events you cannot miss to know the outcome of both championships.
Oi Rio Pro: June 20 – 28, 2019
Once the last Australian race has been completed, the Championship Tour will move to Brazil where the Oi Rio Pro will be held for the third consecutive year in the waters of Saquarema.
So, keep an eye as waves taller than a meter are expected on the first day and of more than two meters for the rest of the days.
J-Bay Open: July 9 – 22, 2019
Being the sixth for the WSL championship, South African J-Bay Bay (Jeffreys Bay) is considered the best breaking point on the right side of the planet.
Besides, when the waves pump and the winds hit the coast, the view is breathtaking. Additionally, there are other things to see, from enjoying an African safari in a sanctuary to diving with the infamous white sharks.
Tahiti Pro Teahupo’o: 21 August – 1 September 2019
Located in a destination that is considered by many to be a tropical paradise, this is a shallow reef that has taken its place over the years on the WSL’s world tour.
On the other hand, you may be a little uneasy to know that translated Teahupoo means “Wall of Skulls,”.
Nevertheless, this won’t intimidate the riders who will gather at one of the most popular stops of the year.
Surf Ranch Pro: September 19 – 22, 2019
This controversial event will take place in the state of California.
Anyway, if you’re not completely aware of it yet, it’s a ranch that has been created for the sole purpose of artificially creating perfect waves.
So, it is what must surfers take as an anti-natural event.
Moreover, the venue offers you music, retail spaces, training rooms, camping, along with first-class recreational facilities.
Furthermore, we expect the final construction to be completed by 2026.
On the other hand, some people don’t agree that it should be part of the tour. Experts believe that local venues can even be part of the Olympic Games.
France Pro Men: 3 – 13 October 2019
This elite surfing event will take place on the legendary Landes coastline, along with the particularity that sandbanks are the main factors in obtaining good waves.
Because of this, the event organizers check the banks from Seignosse via Hossegor to Capbreton and change the location according to conditions.
This way the tournament always becomes an attractive date, also due to the popularity of the location in Europe.
Meo Pro Peniche: 16 to 28 October 2019
Thanks to the Atlantic Ocean, this event in Portugal always seems to be very attractive. It is also thanks to the large waves which often put surfers to the test.
At this stop of the WSL, the chosen beaches are very popular destinations among surfers, Carcavelos, Guincho and especially Supertubos, famous for its large tubular waves.
Billabong Pipe Masters: December 8 to 20, 2019
Next, the eleventh and final stop of the World Surf League.
Therefore, we cannot ignore that the Pipeline is not only the most dangerous wave in the world but also the most desired wave in surfing.
Furthermore, it has a shallow reef and massive waves from the Pacific. Besides, every year some surfers injure themselves while surfing on the north coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
Finally, which event would you love to go to?