May 29, 2024

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Risa Leal wins the second straight stage of the World Championships

Risa Leal wins the second straight stage of the World Championships

Risa Lil At the top again. Fadinha returned to shine on the slopes and made history by winning her second consecutive stage in the World Skate Street League (SLS). The final was played this afternoon (GMT) in Lake Havasu, Arizona, USA.

The 13-year-old Brazilian won a dribble in the last attempt – becoming the first skater To win two consecutive rounds of SLS in the same year. Risa beat Japan’s Momiji Nishiya and Funa Nakayama for the second and third places, respectively. Pamela Rosa, the 2019 world champion, came fourth, while Gabriella came in mazetto Closed on the sixth.

“This cup is for my friends, my brother and my dad. And that’s it,” said Ressa, deeply moved after the win.

after, after Winning the opening stage in Salt Lake City, Risa Lyle showed that she is still at a very high level. The Silver medalist at the Tokyo Olympics He was consistent from start to finish and finished with 19.2 in the top three total – beating Nishiya (18.5) and Nakayama (16.1).

Risa wins the dribble at the end

In her first show, Raisa showed that she was among the favorites to win the title on Saturday. The Brazilian put in a good lap and got the second best result after Funa Nakayama.

It took a little time for Vadina to take the lead in the dispute. Maranhense jumped over the edge after the second attempt of four maneuvers—the best of which was a 6.8 with a backslide.

With the performance, Risa secured a place in the top four among the eight contenders to compete in the final – each skater was entitled to perform two more maneuvers).

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And like the last move, Risa found herself under pressure before the last attempt. Momiji Michia, the current Olympic champion, finally took the lead with a superb maneuver and blamed the Brazilian. However, Fadina explained why she was the nominee and took first place with a 50-50 back flip to make the party again.

The next stage of the SLS is scheduled for November 13 and 14, in Jacksonville, Florida (USA). Before that, the men’s final in the second stage was in dispute on Saturday – and Brazilians Felipe Gustavo and Lucas Rabelo were in contention.