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Written by: translated from Spanish

The Technical Commission of the Surfing Federation of Costa Rica has defined the Surf Selection that will represent Costa Rica in the next World Cup of the International Surfing Association, to be held in El Salvador from May 29 to June 6, the last qualifying event of the Surfing to Tokyo 2020.

The eight athletes that make up the National Team are:

Nataly Bernold

Brisa Hennessy

Leilani McGonagle

Eva Woodland

Anthony Fillingim

Noe Mar McGonagle

Carlos Munoz

Jair Perez

The ISA in a press release stated:

“This event is the last in the Surfing Ranking System for Tokyo 2020, and is scheduled to award the final 12 spots to the highest ranked eligible athletes: 7 spots for women and 5 for men. 28 of the 40 surfers who will compete in Tokyo 2020 have already provisionally qualified through the World Surf League Championship Tour 2019, the ISA World Surfing Games 2019 and the Pan American Games Lima 2019 ”.

Mario Ríos Chavarría, President of Fedesurf indicated:

“This ISA World Cup will be the most competitive in history, where the best surfers in the world will participate, in search of the last available places for the sport of Surfing at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. We trust that our boys and girls will go to El Salvador to give everything to leave the national flag at the top, and for those quotas to the Olympics. “

The ISA World Cup in El Salvador begins on May 29, it can be seen live on the page

The Surf Selection is sponsored by the National Olympic Committee of Costa Rica, the Costa Rican Institute of Sports and Recreation (Icoder), Scotiabank, the surf clothing and accessories brands Vissla and Reef.

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