About Shino Matsuda
In 2019, aged just 16, Shino Matsuda provisionally locked in her spot for the 2020 Olympics following her performances in the 2019 ISA World Surfing Games. This came on the back of win in the inaugural Japan Open of Surfing making her one of Japan’s best and brightest talents. The goofy footer started surfing in Chigasaki aged just six and with her timing and talent was sponsored at an early age. Her ultimate goal is to be the first female Japanese surfer on the CT and given her young age and career results she might be the country’s best chance.
Women's QS 2022/2023#8
Avg. heat score10.38
Avg. wave score0.00
|EDP Vissla Pro Ericeira||17th||1,900||Bettylou Sakura Johnson|
|Corona Saquarema Pro||17th||1,900||Teresa Bonvalot|
Imaikalani Devault and Shino Matsuda drops bombs and win the EDP Ride of the Day 5.
Shino Matsuda (JPN) winning her Quarterfinal heat at the Gotcha Ichinomiya Chiba Open QS 1,000.
Duo Post Highest Heat Totals of The Event In The Finals to Claim Victories while Japanese Competitors Anon Matsuoka and Tenshi Iwami Finish
The men's QS contenders determined their Quaterfinalists as the Pro Juniors made their big debut to determine Finalists.
The men battled through their first two-man duals to determine Quarterfinalists as women are down to the final four.
Dylan Lightfoot and Ariane Ochoa win their QS 1,000 events, while Lindhorst and Knight are victorious in their JQS contest.
Dreadful weather but high spirits prevail for the second day of competition
The winds stays away, while the rain does little to quell the action
|Year||Rank||Points||Events||Heats||Max heat score||Best result|
First season2016 Women's QS