Rayssa Leal is the SLS Jacksonville stage champion, with the right to spin in the last maneuver, hitting a heel slip in the last maneuver to claim the title by 0.2. Yumika Oda, who scored 9.4, the highest score in women’s history, took the silver and Pamela Rosa won the bronze.
Rayssa Leal SLS Cup – Photo: Reproduction / Twitter
Yumika Oda executed an amazing maneuver in the penultimate chance he got, reaching a total of 23.0 and putting pressure on the Brazilian at the last attempt. Fadinha makes the pressure easy to handle, needs 7.5 for the title, and scored 7.6 to turn around to be champion.
The next stage of the SLS takes place in a month, August 13 and 14 in Seattle, also in the United States. The Super Crown, the decision of the season, takes place in Rio de Janeiro, beginning November 5th and 6th.
Current World Champion Pamela Rosa started the final with great fanfare, using her speed to hit an impressive first lap and adding 8.0. With the new format of the dispute, which requires a re-note in the final total, the Brazilian set up well at the start.
Pamela Rosa scored 8.0 points in the first round of the first stage of the World Skate Street League
Last performance for best result in the semi-final Rayssa made a high score, missed the last maneuver, but got the second best result after the first round with 7.1, achieving a Brazilian brace with Pamela.
Fadina made a great second streak, but missed the rear slip and didn’t improve the score, but he held onto the second place, with Rosa in the lead. Dutchman Roos Zwetsloot finished third before the maneuvering series.
The first round of maneuvers was controversial. Pamela hit a frontal skid, but the score didn’t count. In doing so, Raisa advanced after the first round with a total of 13.0.
Risa Lil Smith makes the biggest iron from behind and scores 5.9
The official interpretation of the Pâmela Rosa zero is that it cannot perform the same single maneuver on the same item that it did while spinning which is why the zero was zeroed.
At the third attempt, Risa Leal hits a flip-flop in the rear, the first woman to hit such a maneuver in competition, she scored an 8.5 and shot at the end of the dispute with a total of 21.5, four times more than second Momiji Nichia.
Pamela went to press in the last maneuver, needing 5.6 to go into the fourth round and match. He hit a blacksmith in the back and secured two more maneuvers in a bid for the title.
In the decision, Yumika Oda made history. She scored 9.4, the highest score ever in the Women’s Street League, and reached a total of 23.0 and advanced to the final.
Yumika Oda performs a poor forward flip on the largest fender and has the highest score in competition history: 9.4
But under the pressure that Fadinha always exercised. Once again, she had the last maneuver and the chance to turn the tide to win the title and once again she did. She needed a 7.5, hit a heel grease slip and flipped a 7.6.
Rayssa Leal scores 7.6 on the last stunt, beats Oda and wins the Skate Street World League
Check out the women’s tournament final results
- Risa Lil – 23.2
- Yumika Oda – 23.0
- Pamela Rosa – 17.6
- Momiji Nishia – 17.5
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