He had a Brazilian double with Raisa Leal and Pamela Rosa on the stage of the first leg of the World Skate Street League (SLS) in Jacksonville, Florida (United States). Olympic medalist at the Tokyo Games, Raisa lost in score to Japanese Yumeka Oda, but on the last lap Maranho made a radical maneuver (Helflip Rockslide) and won the title with a total of 23.2, a gain of 0.2 for the Asian, which adds up to 23.0.
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Pamela Rosa, the current world champion, had canceled a note in the first round of the maneuver, yet climbed the podium in third place with a total of 17.6. The fourth Brazilian to compete in the final was Gabriela Mazeto who finished seventh.
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In the fight for the men’s title, Brazil had only Felipe Gustavo in the final, who finished in eighth place (8.9). The winner was Japanese Uto Horizon (28.1), followed by Japanese Sora Shirai (27.8) and third place Portuguese Gustavo Ribeiro (27.1).
The next phase of SLS will take place on August 13 and 14 in the city of Seattle, United States. The Grand Final of the Skate Street World League is already scheduled for November 5 and 6 at the Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro.