lululemon Maui Pro: Next Call Saturday, Nov. 30
The holding pattern at the lululemon Maui Pro, the final stop on the World Surf League Women’s Championship Tour, will continue with the competition called OFF on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 28 and 29.
Contest organizers say that with a promising swell forecast for the weekend, the next call will be Saturday, Nov. 30 at 7:30 a.m. HST for a possible 8:05 a.m. start.
“We are looking at Saturday, Sunday, Monday, which all look really promising,” said Jessi Miley-Dyer, WSL VP of Tours and Competition in a press release update. “We are supposed to get a more northerly swell, so none of that shadowing that we saw today, and it is probably going to be around six-foot.”
Carissa Moore (HAW), Lakey Peterson (USA), and Caroline Marks (USA) are the only three women in contention for the 2019 World Title and every heat will matter once the lululemon Maui Pro gets underway.
Potential World Title scenarios ahead of the lululemon Maui Pro:
- If Carissa Moore wins Maui, she clinches the World Title;
- If Moore gets a 2nd, Lakey Peterson needs a 1st to take the World Title from Moore;
- If Moore gets a 3rd, Peterson needs a 2nd and Caroline Marks a 1st;
- If Moore gets a 5th/9th/17th, Peterson needs 3rd and Marks a 2nd to force a 3-way Tie Surf Off for World Title decision on Maui.
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