2021 ISA World Surfing Games

The 2021 ISA World Surfing Games took place across the La Bocana and El Sunzal waves at Surf City in El Salvador, from 29 May to 6 June 2021. The event was originally scheduled to be held from 9 to 17 May 2020, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event was organised by the International Surfing Association (ISA).[1][2][3][4]

2021 ISA World Surfing Games
VenueLa Bocana and El Sunzal
LocationSurf City, El Salvador
Date29 May – 6 June 2021
← 2019

Medal summaryEdit

MedallistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men Joan Duru [fr]
  France
Kanoa Igarashi
  Japan
Jérémy Florès
  France
Women Sally Fitzgibbons
  Australia
Yolanda Sequeira
  Portugal
Teresa Bonvalot
  Portugal
Team Points   France
Michel Bourez
Joan Duru [fr]
Jérémy Florès
Pauline Ado
Cannelle Bulard
Vahiné Fierro
  Japan
Kanoa Igarashi
Shun Murakami
Hiroto Ohhara
Mahina Maeda
Shino Matsuda
Amuro Tsuzuki
  Portugal
Miguel Blanco
Frederico Morais
Vasco Ribeiro
Teresa Bonvalot
Carolina Mendes
Yolanda Sequeira

[5]

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (El Salvador)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France (FRA)2013
2  Australia (AUS)1001
3  Japan (JPN)0202
4  Portugal (POR)0123
Totals (4 nations)3339

Participating nationsEdit

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ResultsEdit

Individual Places - Men's Division [7]
Place Country Name Points Earned
1   France Joan Duru [fr] 1000
2   Japan Kanoa Igarashi 860
3   France Jeremy Flores 730
4   Japan Hiroto Ohhara 670
5   Germany Leon Glatzer 610
6   Japan Shun Murakami 583
7   Peru Lucca Mesinas 555
8   Peru Miguel Tudela 528
9   Chile Manuel Selman 500
9   Indonesia I Ketut Agus Aditya Putra 500
11   Portugal Vasco Ribeiro 475
11   Australia Owen Wright 475
13   Spain Aritz Aranburu 450
13   El Salvador Bryan Perez 450
13   South Africa Matt McGillivray 450
16   Panama Isauro Elizondo 413
16   Australia Julian Wilson 413
16   France Michel Bourez 413
19   Costa Rica Noé Mar McGonagle 390
19   Venezuela Francisco Bellorin 390
19   Italy Leonardo Fioravanti 390
22   United States Ryan Huckabee 375
22   Morocco Ramzi Boukhiam 375
22   Peru Alonso Correa 375
25   United Kingdom Luke Dillon 360
25   Brazil Italo Ferreira 360
25   Israel Yoni Klein 360
25   Indonesia Rio Waida 360
25   Mexico Alan Cleland 360
25   Brazil Ítalo Ferreira 360
31   Mexico Jhony Corzo 330
31   Portugal Frederico Morais 330
31   Portugal Miguel Blanco 330
31   Argentina Jose Ignacio Gundesen 330
31   Panama Tao Rodriguez 330
31   Puerto Rico Dwight Pastrana 330
37   Barbados Joshua Burke 300
37   Mexico Dylan Southworth 300
37   Ecuador Jonathan Zambrano 300
37   Germany Dylan Groen 300
37   United Kingdom Stanley Norman 300
37   Nicaragua Cesar Amador 300
37   Canada Shane Campbell 300
37   Sweden Kian Martin 300
37   Chile Guillermo Satt 300
46   Spain Jonathan Gonzalez 255
46   Canada Cody Young 255
46   Argentina Leandro Usuna 255
46   Philippines John Mark Tokong 255
46   Indonesia Oney Anwar 255
46   Ireland Gearoid McDaid 255
46   Brazil Filipe Toledo 255
46   Morocco Aboubakr Bouaouda 255
46   Morocco Selyann Zouhir 255
55   Jamaica Elishama Beckford 210
55   United States Dimitri Poulos 210
55   Costa Rica Anthony Fillingim 210
55   Costa Rica Carlos Muñóz 210
55   Panama Jean Gonzalez 210
55   Australia Ryan Callinan 210
55   Germany Marlon Lipke 210
55   Netherlands Remi Petersen 210
55   Uruguay Marco Giorgi 210
64   Puerto Rico Ricardo Delgado 165
64   Colombia Giorgio Gomez 165
64   Chile Maximiliano Cross 165
64   Netherlands Tom Boelsma 165
64   Venezuela Jose Lopez 165
64   Sweden Cristian Portelli 165
64   American Samoa Liam Wilson 165
64   Uruguay Sebastian Olarte 165
64   Spain Andy Criere 165
73   El Salvador Porfirio Miranda 144
73   Italy Angelo Bonomelli 144
73   Barbados Bruce Mackie 144
73   Netherlands Kaspar Hamminga 144
73   Uruguay Lucas Madrid 144
73   Colombia Jefferson Tascon 144
73   Nicaragua Elton Sanchez 144
73   Sweden Greyson Grant 144
73    Switzerland Michael Zaugg 144
73   Venezuela Rafael Pereira 144
73   Philippines Edito Alcala Jr 144
73   Guatemala Élder Vega 144
73   Ecuador Israel Barona 144
73   Canada Kalum Temple 144
73   Philippines Rogelio Esquievel Jr 144
73   Barbados Che Allan 144
73   United States Taj Lindblad 144
73   Belgium Jack Verbraeken 144
91   United States Virgin Islands Jon Gazi 108
91   Puerto Rico Manny Valentín 108
91   Israel Eithan Osborne 108
91   Iran Tom Rezvan 108
91   Senegal Assane Mbengue 108
91   Ukraine Iaroslav Dombrovskyi 108
91   Ireland Rory Tuohy 108
91   Dominican Republic Cristian Padilla 108
91   Denmark Oliver Hartkopp 108
91   Greece Dimitri Papavassiliou 108
91   Nicaragua Jackson Obando 108
91   Brazil Gabriel Medina 108
91   Israel Ido Arkin 108
91   Belgium Dean Vandewalle 108
91   Jamaica Garren Pryce 108
91   Russia Nikita Avdeev 108
91   Senegal Cherif Fall 108
91   Ecuador Carlos Goncalves 108
109   Belgium Matisse Verworst 81
109    Switzerland Fantin Habashi 81
109   Russia Sergey Rasshivaev 81
109   Guatemala Carlos Escobar 81
109   Chinese Taipei Ming-Jang Liu 81
109   Afghanistan Afridun Amu 81
109   Denmark Christoffer Holler 81
109   Greece Perry Siganos 81
109   United Kingdom Harry Cromwell 81
109   Italy Edoardo Papa 81
109   Russia Egor Volkov 81
109   Dominican Republic Saori Perez 81
109   Colombia Anderson Tascon 81
109   Turkey Tunc Ucyildiz 81
109   Guatemala Jose Marroquin 81
109   Iran Salar Gheysari 81
109    Switzerland Swen Zaugg 81
109   Hungary Gergely Balogh 81
127   Jamaica Icah Wilmot 63
127   Ukraine Vasyl Kordysh 63
127   Turkey Yasin Pehlivan 63
127   Ireland Oisin Campbell 63
127   United States Virgin Islands Tommy Gibney 63
127   Denmark Lucas Bay 63
127   Senegal Sidy Camara 63
127   Dominican Republic Leandro Castillo 63
127   El Salvador Samuel Arenivar 63
Individual Places - Women's Division [7]
Place Point Name NOC Place
1   Australia Sally Fitzgibbons 1000
2   Portugal Yolanda Sequeira 860
3   Portugal Teresa Bonvalot 730
4   Peru Daniella Rosas 670
5   Costa Rica Leilani McGonagle 610
6   France Pauline Ado 583
7   United States Alyssa Spencer 555
8   Japan Mahina Maeda 528
9   Japan Amuro Tsuzuki 500
9   France Vahiné Fierro 500
11   Argentina Lucia Indurain 475
11   New Zealand Paige Hareb 475
13   Canada Bethany Zelasko 450
13   Uruguay Delfina Morosini 450
15   Israel Anat Lelior 425
15   Australia Stephanie Gilmore 425
17   Nicaragua Candelaria Resano 400
17   Germany Noah Klapp 400
17   Indonesia Taina Angel Izquierdo 400
17   Portugal Carolina Mendes 400
21   Chile Estela López 380
21   Germany Rachel Presti 380
21   Peru Melanie Giunta 380
21   Chile Lorena Fica 380
25   Spain Ariane Ochoa 360
25   Philippines Nilbie Blancada 360
25   Italy Claire Bevilacqua 360
25   United Kingdom Ellie Turner 360
29   Canada Paige Alms 340
29   France Cannelle Bulard 340
29   Mexico Shelby Detmers 340
29   New Zealand Saffi Vette 340
33   United Kingdom Lucy Campbell 320
33   Italy Emily Gussoni 320
33   Panama Enilda Alonso 320
33   Argentina Ornela Pellizzari 320
33   Germany Camilla Kemp 320
33   Nicaragua Valentina Resano 320
33   Spain Nadia Erostarbe 320
33   Barbados Chelsea Tuach 320
41   Mexico Asaya Brusa 280
41   Indonesia Kailani Johnson 280
41   Spain Leticia Canales 280
41   Italy Giada Legati 280
41   Argentina Josefina Ane 280
41   Japan Shino Matsuda 280
41   Puerto Rico Faviola Alcalá 280
41   Uruguay Marcela Machado 280
49   Israel Noa Lelior 240
49   Ecuador Génesis Borja 240
49   Colombia Isabella Gomez 240
49   Peru Sofia Mulanovich 240
49   Canada Mathea Olin 240
49   Chile Jessica Anderson 240
49   Netherlands Mirna Boelsma 240
49   Israel Advah Bar Sade 240
57   Colombia Margarita Conde 200
57   Puerto Rico Havanna Cabrero 200
57   United Kingdom Emily Currie 200
57   Ecuador Dominic Barona 200
57   El Salvador Brenda Alvarez 200
57   Philippines Daisy Valdez 200
57   Morocco Lilias Tebbai 200
57   Costa Rica Eva Luna Woodland 200
65   Netherlands Dominga Valdes 160
65   Ecuador Susana Berrezueta 160
65   Indonesia Dhea Natasya 160
65   Mexico Summer Sívori 160
65   Venezuela Maria Torrealba 160
65   Venezuela Rosaura Alvarez 160
65    Switzerland Alicia Martinet 160
65   El Salvador Vanessa Cortez 160
65   El Salvador Evelin Centeno 160
65    Switzerland Fabienne Sutter 160
65   Belgium Rheanna Rosenbaum 160
65   Venezuela Rosanny Alvarez 160
65   Barbados Chelsea Roett 160
65   American Samoa Lucille Jarrard 160
65   Uruguay Sofia Alfonso 160
65   Netherlands Julia Van Rooij 160
81   United States Carissa Moore 128
81   Colombia Angelina Decesare 128
81   United States Caroline Marks 128
81   Sweden Emmy Wilén 128
81   Denmark Katinka Thane Soerensen 128
81   Belgium Régine Ruppol 128
81    Switzerland Fanny Bühlmann 128
81   Panama Isabella Goodwin 128
81   Costa Rica Brisa Hennessy 128
81   Brazil Tatiana Weston-Webb 128
81 Russian Surfing Federation Elena Bolysova 128
81   Barbados Gabrielle Gittens 128
81   Philippines Vea Estrellado 128
81 Russian Surfing Federation Anna Chudnenko 128
81   Senegal Imane Signate 128
81   Chinese Taipei Yun-Jung Chung 128
97   Guatemala Tiziana Billy Prem 96
97   Puerto Rico Mia Calderón 96
97   Dominican Republic Feliz Astacio 96
97   Guatemala Barbara Sandoval 96
97   Belgium Camille Kindt 96
97   Ireland Ayesha Garvey 96
97   Panama Andrea Vlieg 96
97   Jamaica Elim Beckford 96
97   Turkey Aleyna Hadimoglu 96
97   Jamaica Imani Wilmot 96
97   Denmark Anne Sofie Andersen 96
97   Afghanistan Urzala Weis 96
97   Sweden Sanna Hörvallius 96
97   Guatemala Karin Lone 96
97   Turkey Ozlem Ada 96
97   Nicaragua Maxima Resano 96
113   Dominican Republic Joan Marie Bobea 77
113 Russian Surfing Federation Tatiana Dudova 77
113   Ireland Grace Doyle 77
113   Denmark Mille Kristensen 77
113   Sweden Deva Pérez Orviz 77
113   Ukraine Anastasiia Temirbek 77
113   Brazil Júlia Santos 77

Olympic qualificationEdit

The event contributed towards qualification for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, where surfing will make its debut as an Olympic sport. The top five eligible men and top seven eligible women who had not already qualified via the 2019 World Surf League qualified for the Olympics, subject to a maximum of two surfers per National Olympic Committee in each of the men's and women's events.[8]

Men's
Women's

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "El Salvador Selected to Host Historic Edition of 2020 ISA World Surfing Games". International Surfing Association. Retrieved 18 January 2020.
  2. ^ "ISA Postpones Surf City El Salvador World Surfing Games Until Further Notice". International Surfing Association. Retrieved 3 April 2020.
  3. ^ "ISA Announces Postponement of World Surfing Games to May 2021". International Surfing Association. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  4. ^ "ISA Announces New Dates for 2021 World Surfing Games". International Surfing Association. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  5. ^ "2021 Surf City El Salvador ISA World Surfing Games / Final Results" (PDF). ISA Surf. Retrieved 6 June 2021.
  6. ^ "51 Nations to Compete for Olympic Qualification in El Salvador". International Surfing Association. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
  7. ^ a b "ISA World Surfing Games Final Results" (PDF). International Surfing Association.
  8. ^ "Qualifying for Tokyo 2020: How does it work?". ISA. Retrieved 18 January 2020.

External linksEdit