Frederico Morais guarantees return to the world surfing elite in 2024

Frederico Morais, Portuguese surfer, today secured his place in the next season of the main circuit of the World Surfing League (WSL) by advancing to the round of 16 of the Saquarema Pro, in Brazil, the last stage of the promotion circuit to the elite.

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In Rio de Janeiro, ‘Kikas’ took second place in the eighth heat of the round of 16, adding a total of 13.64 points (out of 20 possible) with his two best waves (7.07 and 6.57), finishing behind of the North American Kade Matson (15.23), but surpassing the Brazilian Alejo Muniz (11.60) and the Australian George Pittar (10.77).

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With qualification for the next phase of the Saquarema Pro, the three-time Portuguese champion (2013, 2015 and 2020) achieves his goal of returning to competition in the world elite (Championship Tour), where he competed in 2017, 2018, 2021 and 2022.

Before the event in Brazil, the sixth and final stage of the Challenger Series (CS) after the recent competition in Ericeira (Portugal), ‘Kikas’ occupied third place in the ranking and, with the points accumulated so far in the Brazilian stage, already guaranteed his place among the best in the world next season.”

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