BERNIE WILSON AP Sports Writer SAN DIEGO (AP) — The World Surf League's 2019 women's championship tour is heading for a high-stakes finish wrapped up in red, white and blue. Three Americans — Carissa Moore, Lakey Peterson and Caroline Marks — will be surfing for their country's two Olympic berths as well as the world championship at the Lululemon Maui Pro. "I knew it could happen," Moore said by phone ahead of the contest. "I expected it to happen because the girls from America are all really, really talented. It's crazy. Someone will possibly finish third in the world and not qualify. We knew going into it that was going to be super-competitive." The window for the contest starts Monday and runs until Dec 6, with the surfing to take place on the best two or three days on Honol
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