ISA State of Olympic Surfing

ISA’s ‘State Of Olympic Surfing’ Delving Into Athletes’ Minds

2020 was supposed to be the year when surfing made its’ summer Olympic debut, however due to COVID reasons, the games were postponed until 2021. In the meantime, ISA are talking with the Olympic athletes in-waiting to discover how they’re managing to stay fit and ready.

Press Release:
State of Olympic Surfing: Jordy Smith and Sally Fitzgibbons

Since its inception in 1896, the Olympic Games have never been postponed.

Until now.

2020 was to be surfing’s debut on the world’s biggest stage in sport, but due to Covid-19, the games were postponed one year. We’re taking you inside the lives and minds of the athletes on hold as they stay mentally and physically prepared for their biggest moment in the sport. The excitement is building as we wait for the calendar to flip to 2021.

Tune in live this Thursday at 10am PST on isasurf.org, @isasurfing Facebook, or Surfline to hear from Jordy Smith and Sally Fitzgibbons.

Global tune-in times:
7am – Honolulu, Hawaii
10am – Los Angeles, USA
1pm – New York, USA
2pm – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
7pm – Hossegor, France
7pm – J-Bay, South Africa
Oct 16, 2am – Chiba, Japan
Oct 16, 3am – Gold Coast, Australia
Oct 16, 6am – Raglan, New Zealand

Available for replay on isasurf.org

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