The competition’s waiting period runs until next Sunday, June 6th.

The ISA Surfing World Cup is taking place these days in El Salvador, an event that will define the last 12 places for the Olympic surfing competition at the Tokyo Games in 2020, in what will be the debut of surfing in the biggest sporting event in the world.

At a time when we are on the second day of the competition, the waiting period lasts until June 6th, some will certainly have wondered how we can have access to the World Cup broadcast where Portugal entered with the right foot by placing, already four surfers in round 2.

Well, everything can be seen through the website of the International Surfing Association (ISA). It is there that we can not only see the race broadcast but also access other information about the event. From live scores, competition boards, among other information.

This Monday, the action in the peaks of El Sunzal and La Bocana started at 15:00, continental time, on a day that, according to the ISA, will be marked by the conclusion of round 1 and start of round 2, both for men and for the feminine.

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