The 2021 champion of the World Surfing Tour, organized by the WSL (World Surfing League), will be Brazilian. Felipe Toledo beat American Conner Coffin in the men’s second World Series of Poker final, in Trieste, USA, and will fight for the title with Brazilians Italo Ferreira and Gabriel Medina.
In the women’s, Brazil also has a chance to win the title. Tatiana Weston Webb qualified for the final By winning the playoffs against Australian Sally Fitzgibbons. She now faces Hawaiian Carissa Moore for an unprecedented Brazilian victory on the Women’s World Tour.
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On the drums, he saw Filipinho Coffin open the fray with 8.50, but the Brazilian stayed in the fight with 8.40. The battery was quieter in the next minutes until the American wave caught up again and got 5.83 degrees. However, Felipe shined in his last wave in the last minutes, gaining 8.17 and securing himself in the next stage with a total of 16.57 points, against 14.33 from the coffin.
After the heat, Filippino said: “I feel great. Having so many Brazilians and my family with me. That happiness is carried over to the surf. I was very fortunate and had the chance to catch the last wave.”
He will now face Italo. Whoever wins will take City, the world leader this season, to the Grand Final in the best of three races. The address will be determined later today.
With Filipino’s victory, Brazil secured the country’s fifth world title. Medina was champion in 2014 and 2018, while Italo won in 2019. Along with them, Adriano de Sousa, better known as Minerinho, triumphed in 2015.
Watch the wave that secured Filipino’s victory over Ark:
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