Surfer Gabriel Medina, the three-time world champion, didn’t do nicely in the first spherical of the sixth spherical and went to the Saquarema stage of the World Surf Circuit. With a complete of 6.4 factors, he was third, behind Australians Connor O’Leary (10.56) and Ethan Ewing (7.47).
With the warmth on, the sea was fairly calm and the scores of the two finest waves mixed solely hit double figures in the closing stretch. The highest score was by Connor O’Leary, who scored 5.73 on the third try. The Brazilian’s highest rating got here in his second wave and was simply 4.4.
However, Medina was forward till the clock struck 13 minutes. It was then that the Brazilian completed forward of O’Leary in scoring, scoring 7.5 factors. Then the three-time world champion additionally fell behind Ewing, recording 7.47.
With three minutes to go, O’Leary elevated the lead and Medina wanted 6.16 to take the lead in the warmth. The Brazilian, nevertheless, was unable to get the lead and was third. He obtained the most waves, ten in whole, in comparison with O’LEary’s 4 and Ewing’s six.
Medina, who’s on the lookout for his first victory in the Brazilian seas, will play tomorrow (the twenty fourth) to see if he can advance to the quarter-finals. The surfer from Maresia, who has gained virtually 20 checks in the first degree of world browsing, has by no means been a Brazilian champion.
Between 2012 and 2016, the stage of the Brazilian Circuit was held in Rio de Janeiro, the place Medina’s finest outcome was third place in 2013 and 2016. Saquareman, the place he has been performing since 2017, by no means handed. quarter finals ..
Filipino will get rating with the air and likewise advances to Saquareman
Felipe Toledo, a three-time Saquarema stage champion, entered the fourth spherical of the first spherical towards American Nat Young and Miguel Tudela of Peru, and confirmed why he’s the Brazilian who gained the most in Rio de Janeiro.
In his first wave, in the first minutes of the warmth, Filipino spun an antenna with out inserting his palms on the edge of the board. He was shocked by the crowd and instantly scored 8.17.
The second wave of the Brazilian with the highest rating was 5.60 – and the sum that brought on the warmth acquire was 13.77.
Nat Young and Miguel Tudela additionally had an fascinating efficiency, however not sufficient to maneuver Filipe.
The American scored 11.00 with two marks, and the Peruvian 9.23.
Italo Ferreira confirmed his favoritism and superior to the quarter-finals in Saquareman
Italo Ferreira reaffirmed his favoritism and defeated South African Matthew McGillivray and compatriot João Chianca in the first spherical at Saquareman.
The Tokyo Olympic champion confirmed all his talent and scored 7.50. He had beforehand scored a 5.10 and closed the battery with a 12.60 whole. Italo secured himself in the quarter-finals of the competitors.
Matthew McGillivray completed second with a time of 9.00 (4.83 in the first wave and 4.17 in the second). João Chianca didn’t encounter all the warmth and solely obtained a 6.30 in the bat (3.30 and three.00).
Italo is at present fourth in the world rankings. The prime 5 qualify for the WSL Finals, which determine the world title in September, in California. After the warmth, the potiguar talked about what it’s prefer to compete with the Brazilian public.
“It’s excellent, undoubtedly. I prefer to compete with the followers. Being in Brazil is superior as a result of I’ve the assist of the Brazilians and I’ve an important workforce right here. WSL.
Tati wins the present world championship and goes to the quarterfinals in Saquareman
On the first day of the Saquarema stage, in Rio de Janeiro, the first Brazilian to enter the water was Tatiana Weston-Webb, and Carissa Moore, five-time Hawaiian world champion, and Sol Aguirre, invited to the Peruvian championship, gained. occasion.
At the begin of the warmth Tati managed to catch an excellent wave and along with his maneuver he scored 6.67. With about 16 minutes to go, he obtained one other good wave and his second rating was 4.10 – a complete of 10.77.
Sol Aguirre was shocked and completed second in the warmth. He mixed for 9.90 with two scores. Carissa Moore, on the different hand, couldn’t discover herself in the Brazilian Sea. He scored simply 1.50 in each waves.
Sol and Carissa go to the rehearsal and to remain alive towards one another, the loser is eradicated. Today, Tati is the world runner-up and the solely Brazilian in the ladies’s Oi Rio Pro class, whereas the males’s workforce is full of Brazilians.
The 26-year-old Brazilian has an erratic season in 2022, ending ninth in the standings in Saquarema.
In addition, seven different Brazilians additionally entered the sea at Saquareman. Michael Rodrigues, 27, superior to the subsequent spherical after recording 12.33 of his two finest scores. Griffin Colpinto was forward of the Americans, with a complete of 12.27, and Jake Marshall, with 7.24.
Mateus Herdy and Samuel Pupo have been behind Jack Robinson in the third spherical, scoring 13.67 factors. The Brazilians recorded 8.5 and seven.5 in whole, respectively.
Yago Dora, on the different hand, did 13.9 and gained the fifth spherical of the first spherical. The 26-year-old surfer was 4 tenths forward of Medina’s “executioner” at the Tokyo Olympics, Japanese Kanoa Igarashi and North American Kolohe Andino, for a complete of 9.83.
Finally, a Brazilian trio competed in the eighth and closing spherical of the first spherical. The winner was Miguel Pupo, 30, with a complete of 13.83 factors. Second place went to Caio Ibelli, 28, with 8.9. Surfer 32-year-old Jadson André completed with a 7.5.
The rehearsal will start tomorrow (24) at 07:00 (Brazilian time) and will probably be attended by 5 Brazilians. Watch the duels:
- Heat 2: Caio Ibelli towards Jadson André
- Heat 3: Canoe towards Igarashi Mateus Herdy
- Heat 5: Ethan Ewing towards João Chianca
- Hot 6: Kolohe Andino vs Samuel Pupo
- Heat 7: Medina vs. Callum Robson