Brasileira won the first heat, but took the turn and took second place; Carissa is five-time champion
The Brazilian Tatiana Weston-Webb surprised this Tuesday, the 14th, when he reached the final of the World Cup in surf feminine. In a dispute of three heats, Tatiana won the first by 15.20 to 14.06, but lost the two in a row to the Hawaiian Carissa Moore and got the runner-up. In the semifinals, she had beaten Sally Fitzgibbons. Carissa became five-time champion of the sport, after also winning the Tokyo Olympics. Shortly before, Gabriel Medina defeated Filipe Toledo in the men’s decision and won the third championship, being the first Brazilian to achieve this feat and the fourth in history.