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Olympic Surfing – The History of Surfing in the Olympic Games

    https://www.olympicsurfing.com/
    Surfing at the Olympic Games is now a reality.” Carlos Burle, professional big wave surfer “I do believe that everyone that dreams of becoming an athlete, or it is one, dreams of going to the Olympic Games. This was one of my dreams, and now it is a goal. I know the 2016 Olympics hasn’t started yet, but I’m already getting ready for ...

Surfing - Summer Olympic Sport

    https://www.olympic.org/surfing
    Surfing is a water sport where an athlete rides a wave standing or in any other position on a board, or just with his body (body surfing). In competition, each surfer has unconditional right of way for their chosen direction, left or right, based on their priority and dictated by the Priority and Interference Rules.

Olympic Surfing - International Surfing Association

    https://www.isasurf.org/olympic-surfing/
    The “new” sports for the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games. ... On the competition side, the ISA believes that Olympic Surfing will, of necessity, incorporate man-made waves. By standardizing the waves for surfing competition, the luck factor of getting a certain wave in the ocean will cease to become a, sometimes, important factor in ...

Windsurfing In The Olympics: An Essential Guide To T...

    https://mpora.com/windsurfing-kitesurfing/windsurfing-olympics-essential-guide-rio-2016/
    Rio 2016 Olympic Stadium: Everything You Need To Know About The Olympic Stadium Windsurfing was famously cut as an Olympic event back in 2012 and replaced with kitesurfing. However, it was reinstated again six months later by the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) after pressure from windsurf federations.

Surfing at the 2020 Summer Olympics - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surfing_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics
    Setting. In 2018, the International Surfing Association (ISA) announced that surfing at the 2020 Summer Olympics would take place in the ocean, and not in an artificial wave pool. The contest site for the 2020 Games was announced to be Shidashita Beach, or "Shida", located about 40 miles (64 km) outside of Tokyo in Chiba. To ensure quality surf, the contest will feature a waiting period of 16 ...

Surfing - Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

    https://tokyo2020.org/en/sports/surfing/
    Surfing is one of five additional sports proposed by the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee to bring more youthful and vibrant events and culture into the Olympic programme. In 2016, its inclusion was approved by the International Olympic Committee.

Surfing - Team USA

    https://www.teamusa.org/Tokyo-2020-Olympic-Games/Meet-Team-USA/Sport-Previews/Surfing
    Jul 17, 2020 · Surfing Preview. Team USA's first two-man, two-woman, Olympic surf team — Kolohe Andino, Carissa Moore, Caroline Marks and John John Florence — have the honor of …

10 Things You Should Know About Surfing in the Olympics

    https://www.surfline.com/surf-news/10-things-know-surfing-olympics/31109
    In 2016, the decision to include surfing in the 2020 Tokyo Games went down in Rio de Janeiro during the 129th session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). And now that the clouds of ...

Olympic Surfing: facts, figures and history

    https://www.surfertoday.com/surfing/olympic-surfing-facts-figures-and-history
    On August 3, 2016, IOC officially and unanimously confirmed the inclusion of surfing in the Tokyo 2020 sports program; 17. But on that day, Prince Albert II of Monaco, a member of the IOC, questioned surfing's podium format, stating that the sport "did not allow for a third-place finish."

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