With a lack of swell on the horizon for the final day in the wait period of the women’s OK Fiji Pro, the WSL announced the commissioners’ plan to hold the final (wherein Tatiana Weston-Webb and Courtney Conlogue will face off) on Sunday, June 4 before the men’s contest begins. “It’s the Final day of the window and we don’t have any surf on offer,” said WSL Deputy Commissioner Jessi Miley-Dyer on Thursday. “The concept behind the OK Fiji Pro is to have both the men and women challenge themselves in solid, critical conditions.
The official event forecast is calling for solid 8-to-12-foot faces, setting the stage for a serious showdown between Weston-Webb and Conlogue who excel in heavy conditions. “I’m so looking forward to this Final knowing that WSL is giving us the opportunity to wait for swell,” Conlogue told the WSL. “This has never been done before and to allow us to showcase in good waves is going to be incredible and especially in a place like Fiji.
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