EDP Cascais Girls Pro decides the 2013 Women's World Surfing champion

September 30, 2013 | Surfing
Carissa Moore: she wants the world title

Carissa Moore or Tyler Wright? The 2013 ASP Women's World Championship Tour (WCT) will crown a new queen in the EDP Cascais Girls Pro, the final stop of the season running from October 3rd-7th.

Heading into Portugal, two surfers remain in contention for 2013 ASP Women's world title: Carissa Moore, 21, and Tyler Wright, 19.

While the Hawaiian has a narrow 200-point lead over Wright, once both surfers reach the Quarterfinals, the Australian has the advantage.

The 2014 ASP Top 17 will be comprised of the top 10 finishers on this year's ASP WCT rankings, the top 6 finishers on this year's already-completed qualifying series as well as the ASP wildcard.

All ASP Top 17 surfers' year-end ratings are determined on their respective best seven results of eight events.

ASP Women's WCT Possibilities for EDP Cascais Girls Pro:
Moore: 13th - 54,700 pts, 9th - 54,700 pts, 5th - 54,700 pts, 3rd - 56,000 pts, 2nd - 57,500 pts, 1st - 59,500 pts
Wright: 13th - 54,500 pts, 9th - 54,500 pts, 5th – 55,700 pts, 3rd - 57,000 pts, 2nd - 58,500 pts, 1st - 60,500 pts

2013 ASP Women's WCT | Rankings

1. Carissa Moore (HAW) 54,700 pts
2. Tyler Wright (AUS) 54,500 pts
3. Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) 49,400 pts
4. Courtney Conlogue (USA) 45,300 pts
5. Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) 35,650 pts

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