The men’s qualifiers for the Super Crown of World Skate Street were chilling. With a sensational row since the beginning of the quarrel, Brazilian Lucas Rabelo and Kelvin Hoefler secured a place in the final.
Lucas Rabello competes in the SLS in Jacksonville – Photo: clone
In previous SLS events, 22 points have secured, on average, a place in the final competitions. In this, the final score was more than 26 points. Kelvin finished the feud in second place with 26.5 and Lucas finished first in the playoffs with 26.7. In addition to the Brazilians, Australian Shane O’Neill and North American Jagger Eaton also qualified for the final.
Lucas Rabelo had great reviews. The youngster from Ceará finished with two notes of 8.7 and 9.3 in a stunning maneuver on his last chance. The skater dumped an 8.5, which is already a high note.
Lucas Rabelo scored 26.7 points in the World Skate Street Qualifiers
Kelvin also performed well. His 9.1 lap was completed by two 8.7 maneuvers. The Olympic silver medalist had a great performance after not doing well on the Lake Havasu stage.
Kelvin Hoefler scored 9.1 points on his return from the World Skate Street qualifier
Another Brazilian came close to the final: Carlos Ribeiro finished fifth with a total of 25.8, also Noto. In addition, Brazil had two other representatives: veteran Luan Oliveira finished 18th and the youngest Felipe Motta, at just 15 years old, came 17th.
In addition to Kelvin and Lucas Rabelo, Brazil will have another representative in the final: Felipe Gustavo, who was already seeded. Among those who have already qualified for the final are American Alex Midler, Portugal’s Gustavo Ribeiro and American multi-champion Nia Houston.
The men’s finals take place on Sunday, November 14th at 4:30 p.m. You can follow sportv2 and ge coverage in real time..
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