Gender Equality And The WSL: Where We Came From, Where We’re Going, And What Happens If Teahupo'o Is Bombing Next Year? - Stab Mag
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Earlier this year, after the Roxy Maui Pro was moved to Pipeline, Carissa Moore dropped a 9.60 on her way to the finals. A few weeks ago, the WSL announced that Pipeline — along with Teahupo'o — would be permanent events on the women's Championship Tour. Below, read about the forces that drove that change and get a glimpse into the future. Photo: Kelly Cestari

Gender Equality And The WSL: Where We Came From, Where We’re Going, And What Happens If Teahupo’o Is Bombing Next Year?

An honest conversation with the WSL’s Head of Tours and Competition, Jessi Miley-Dyer.

Words by Mimi LaMontagne
Reading Time: 7 minutes

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