JPSA Women's Battle! A series of photos of female professional surfers, scenes of fierce battles
When I watch professional surfing competitions, I think that since the venue is the natural ocean, luck has a great influence on the outcome of the competition.
Surfing competitions last about 20 to 30 minutes, and each match consists of 5 to 6 rides, but there are times when good waves don't come, so you have to wait and wait until you finally get two rides together, resulting in a big upset.
Also, the waves are too rough for the pros to surf.
Here are some examples of how female pros fight desperately in rough waves.
Professional surfers boldly taking on big and messy waves
Nifo Tsuzuki, the JPSA Rookie of the Year, boldly takes on the big waves in the competition
Tsuzuki Nijiho Professional (No.1)
Tsuzuki Nijiho Professional (No.2)
We will take on the waves that are hard to ride like a dumper with our professional skills
A very experienced surfer will also take on the big waves (he won this competition)
Julie Nishimoto, a pro Julie Nishimoto, challenges with her skills trained in Hawaii
She is a strong rider in big waves, and her ride through the very edge of this mess of a wave caught the photographers off guard.
Another ride by Julie Nishimoto Pro
JPSA Women's Battle! A series of photos by female professional surfers, summary
What did you think of the fierce battle scenes during the women's professional surfers' matches? Surfing competitions are very interesting once you get to know them.
I didn't upload the photos on SNS because the weather during the match was cloudy and the photos looked white, but since this is a surfing blog, I also picked up photos taken when the weather was bad.
Thank you for reading to the end.