Pamela Rosa presents gold medal winning bi-world credentials

Pamela Rosa presents gold medal winning bi-world credentials

The flag-bearer of the Brazilian delegation at Thursday’s inaugural parade, Pamela Rosa, has already hit the track this Friday and demonstrated her credentials as a two-time world skate street champion. That team is in Colombia as one of the favorite team of Brazil.

Skateboarder Pamela Rosa, a two-time world champion, outclassed her opponents and won gold in the women’s street modality this Friday afternoon (26) at the Junior Pan American Games in Cali, Colombia. The event is organized for athletes up to 23 years of age.

Josénes, who supported the City of So Jose dos Campos, led the contention from the first round and scored 12.69 points, ensuring first place. Mexico’s Itzel Flores won silver and American Po Pinson won bronze. With the victory, Pamela has already secured a place in the Pan de Santiago-2023.

“I am so happy. We are all the same, everyone is trying their best, to grow. I really wanted to thank the people who helped and helped me. This medal is just Not mine, it belongs to everyone who made it.”

Pamela was a two-time world champion in the sport in the United States two weeks ago. Prior to this, he had played in the Tokyo Olympics in July.

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Pamela soon after knowing the gold medal winning result in Calais

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