• Men’s Qualifying Runs Heat 5 Starts at 8:08 am PT
  • Women’s Qualifying Runs Heat 2 to Follow
  • Watch Live on WorldSurfLeague.com
LEMOORE, CA, UNITED STATES – JUNE 18: Filipe Toledo of Brazil surfing in Heat 4 of the Qualifying Round of the Surf Ranch Pro presented by Adobe on JUNE 18, 2021 in Lemoore, CA, United States. (Photo by Pat Nolan/World Surf League)

The World Surf League (WSL) Jeep Surf Ranch Pro presented by Adobe, the sixth stop of the Championship Tour (CT) is ON and will resume today at 8:08 am PT with the men’s Qualifying Runs Heats 5 and 6. The women’s Qualifying Runs Heats 2 and 3 will follow with the remaining competitors making their Jeep Surf Ranch Pro pres. By Adobe debut.  

Reigning WSL Champion, Italo Ferreira (BRA) faces fellow countrymen Alex Ribeiro (BRA) and Caio Ibelli (BRA), along with Australians Wade Carmichael and Jack Robinson are in Heat 5. 

Heat 6 features the two-time WSL Champion and current No. 1 on the world rankings, Gabriel Medina (BRA) as he battles Jabe Swierkocki (USA), Adrian Buchan (AUS), Jack Freestone (AUS) and Jadson Andre (BRA).

Women’s Qualifying Runs return to the water at 12:12 pm PT with Heat 2, starting off with former CT surfer and Rumble at the Ranch winner Coco Ho (HAW) up against Olympic qualifiers Amuro Tsuzuki (JPN) and Johanne Defay (FRA), as well as Nikki Van Dyke (AUS), Courtney Conlogue (USA), and current World No. 2 Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS)

Heat 3 brings out reigning four-time WSL Champion Carissa Moore (HAW) looking to hold her spot at the very top of the CT rankings while facing event wildcards Caitlin Simmers (USA) and Kirra Pinkerton (USA), along with Sage Erickson (USA), Keely Andrew (AUS), and Olympic qualifier Caroline Marks (USA).

Today, June 19, 2021 is International Surfing Day, and the WSL is working everyday to ensure that Surfing is for Everyone – diversifying the line-up and creating opportunities for people of all backgrounds, genders, race, and identity. 

Jeep Surf Ranch Pro pres. by Adobe full schedule.

The Jeep Surf Ranch Pro will be broadcast live on WorldSurfLeague.com from June 18 – 20 2021. Check local listings for coverage from the WSL’s broadcast partners. 

COVID-19 Updates

The health and safety of our athletes, staff and the local community are a top priority for the WSL and there are a robust set of procedures in place to keep everyone safe including testing for athletes and essential staff, and closing the event to general admission fans. 

About the WSL 
Established in 1976, the World Surf League (WSL) is the home of the world’s best surfing. 
A global sports, media and entertainment company, the WSL oversees international tours and competitions, a studios division creating over 500+ hours of live and on-demand content, and via affiliate WaveCo, the home of the world’s largest high performance, human-made wave. Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, the WSL has regional offices in North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and EMEA.
The WSL annually crowns the men’s and women’s surfing World Champions. The global Tours and Competition division oversees and operates more than 180 global contests each year across the Championship Tour, the development tiers, including the Challenger, Qualifying and Junior Series, as well as longboard and big wave properties.  
Launched in 2019, WSL Studios is an independent producer of unscripted television projects, including documentaries and series, which provide unprecedented access to athletes, events, and locations around the world. WSL events and content are distributed on linear television in over 743M+ homes worldwide and across digital and social media platforms around the world, including WorldSurfLeague.com
WaveCo includes the Surf Ranch Lemoore facility and the utilizing and licensing of the Kelly Slater Wave System.
The WSL is dedicated to changing the world through the inspirational power of surfing by creating authentic events, experiences, and storytelling to inspire a growing, global community to live with purpose, originality, and stoke.  
For more information, please visit WorldSurfLeague.com.

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