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Bangkok2016: closes fighting in Battle Slide and Free Jump

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Inline Freestyle

The tenth edition of the FIRS World Inline Freestyle Championship in Bangkok has just ended. The last day was devoted to the skill when braking, the skill in the Battle Slide and Free Jump.

Men and Women have alternated on the track from the early morning until the early afternoon, giving the best of themselves to snap up the latest titles at stake.

Slide Battle – Women

On the podium of this category we do not find anyone of last year; Olga Fokina of the Russian team, who last year resulted fifth, has worked this year hard to get the silver medal. If China last year did not appear even in the ranking in the women's category, this year conquers with its athlete the third place. First place for the small and talented Thai athlete.

1. Chinupun Nichakan (Thailand)
2. Fokina Olga (Russia)
3. Guan Yingying (China)

Slide Battle – Men

Almost unchanged however, in respect to Torino2015, the male podium. The two Thai athletes, last year at the second and third place, have just inverted their position. The Chinese Huang Hai Yang remains on the first position.

1. Huang Hai Yang (China)
2. Rompo Chawis (Thailand)
3. Senarat Phuri (Thailand)

Free Jump – Women

Undisputed world champion of the specialty remains the French Maeliss Conan. The bronze medal went to the French team. Second position for a Spanish athlete.

1. Maeliss Conan (France)
2. Oliveras Argibay Marina (Spain)
3. Daries Aurianne (France)

Free Jump – Men

Podium entirely French: holder of the gold medal also this year Rataud Thomas.

1. Rataud Thomas (France)
2. Petitcollin Florian (France)
3. Guillou Herve (France)

Check all the results here.

Pictures by Wauwat Torkaew