Rayssa, Pâmela and Letícia will seek triple podium for Brazil in Tokyo – 06/04/2021

Rayssa, Pâmela and Letícia will seek triple podium for Brazil in Tokyo - 06/04/2021

Now it’s official. Resa Leal, Leticia Bufoni and Pamela Rosa will represent Brazil at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Skate Street, where they will attempt an unprecedented feat in Brazilian sporting history: an all-green-yellow podium. The passports of all three have been stamped as they reach the final of the World Championship being played in Rome, Italy.

The call of the trio to represent Brazil on the road in Tokyo was highly likely, but since other Brazilian athletes still had mathematical chances to overtake them in the Olympic rankings, the Confederation of Brazilian Skate (CBSK) has yet to confirm the call. Had it.

Three are strong candidates for medals in Japan when skateboarding will be introduced into the Olympic program. Before the Worlds, Pamela leads the world rankings, with Raisa in second and Leticia in fourth. Among them appears the Japanese Aori Nishimura. At the Worlds, Raisa advanced to the final with the best score, while Pamela finished fifth and Leticia eighth. Isabeli vila and Virginia Fortes Aguas, who still dreamed of the Olympics, finished in semis, ninth and tenth.

Earlier, the Brazilian Skate Confederation (CBSk) had already confirmed the names of Dora Varela, Isadora Pacheco, Yandira Espe, Luiz Francisco, Pedro Barros and Pedro Quintas as representatives to the park, a discipline whose rankings last week. was closed. Due Tour, USA.

The definition of three Brazilians of the male street is still lacking. One place will go to Calvin Hoefler, who is ranked fifth in the world. Others are still open, with Felipe Gustavo starting as the favourite. Carlos Ribeiro, Ivan Monteiro, Giovanni Viana and Gabriel Aguilar are still in contention and, like Felipe and Calvin, are in the semi-finals of the world.

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