La World Surf League canceló todos sus eventos hasta mayo por la pandemia del coronavirus

Debido a la continua evolución de la pandemia del coronavirus (COVID-19), la World Surf League (WSL) está posponiendo o cancelando todos los eventos, en todos los niveles de competencia, hasta finales de mayo. Esto incluye el aplazamiento del resto de los eventos en la etapa australiana del CT, Bells Beach y Margaret River, así como los WSL Big Wave Awards. El Quiksilver Pro G-Land, programado para realizarse en una parte remota de Indonesia en junio, será cancelado o trasladado a un área con mejor infraestructura.

“Si bien los detalles completos sobre el impacto que estos cambios tendrán en el Tour 2020 aún no están disponibles, el WSL está trabajando diligentemente para encontrar la mejor solución para los surfistas y fanáticos por igual” dijo el CEO de la WSL, Erik Logan.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Due to the continued evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Surf League is postponing or canceling all events, at all levels of competition, through the end of May. This includes the postponement of the remainder of the events in the Australian leg of the Championship Tour, Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach and Boost Mobile Margaret River Pro, as well as the WSL Big Wave Awards. The Quiksilver Pro G-land – scheduled to take place in a remote part of Indonesia in June – will either be canceled or moved to an area with more infrastructure. The love of surfing is the bond that holds our global community together. We want to share positivity during these anxious times, by continuing to celebrate that bond, and our shared passion for this sport, the ocean, our athletes and one another. We are going to keep talking about surfing, and worldsurfleague.com will continue to deliver daily content – and release awesome new content – about where surfing’s been, where it is and where it’s going. We are going to do that on all of our platforms. We are going to increase the volume of content we are producing from WSL Studios, deepen our editorial, and find new ways to stay connected all while we wait for that next opening horn to sound – and we are going to be asking you, our fans, what you want to see. We have every intention of commencing the 2020 Championship Tour season, and all our tours, as soon as possible. We are already hard at work doing scenario planning for what a reimagined 2020 tour might look like. As is the case everywhere, hardship is forcing creativity! The world’s best surfers will be back in the water very soon and we’ll continue to deliver a daily celebration of surfing on worldsurfleague.com from now until infinity. We are grateful for all your continued support. Stay safe. Keep surfing. We’ll see you out there | @elo_eriklogan Read more at worldsurfleague.com

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“El amor por el surf es el vínculo que mantiene unida a nuestra comunidad global. Queremos compartir la positividad durante estos tiempos de ansiedad, al continuar celebrando ese vínculo y nuestra pasión compartida por este deporte, el océano, nuestros atletas y entre nosotros. Seguiremos hablando de surfing, y worldsurfleague.com continuará entregando contenido diario, y lanzará contenido nuevo y sorprendente, sobre dónde ha estado el surf, dónde está y hacia dónde va” finalizó la World Surf League en su comunicado enviado el día de ayer. 

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