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Inline Freestyle Worlds: Day one in Arnhem

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Inline Freestyle

Today the athletes competed in the Slide and Freejump competitions.
The Women Slide seemed to be all about Russia, with Natalia Krykova and Olga Fokina in a head-to-head but some imperfections costed, once again, the podium to Fokina. Hotsko Bohdana - Ukraina got the Silver medal and Nichakan Chinupun, the defending Champion, got the bronze.

Gold - Natalia Krykova - RUSSIA
Silver Hotsko Bohdana - UKRAINA
Bronze - Nichakan Chinupun - THAINLAND

In the Slide Men, the Gold Medal released Enrique Rubio Mesa - Spain, from the third place in Nanjing in 2017: Silver went to Denis Shirobokov - Russia and Bronze to Puhri Senarat - Thainland.

Gold - Enrique Rubio Mesa - SPAIN
Silver - Denis Shirobokov - RUSSIA
Bronze - Puhri Senarat - THAINLAND

The Jump competitions closed the first day.
Three European countries on the ladies podium. With 8 attempts and 122 cm, Marina Oliveras got the
Gold Medal; followed at 120 cm by Conan Maeliss from France. Elisa Poli, from Italy, got the Bronze as she stopped at 100cm.

Gold - Marina Oliveras Argibay - SPAIN
Silver - Maeliss Conan - FRANCE
Bronze - Elisa Poli - ITALY

The guys flied high and Florian Petitcollin reached the 155cm. Alessio Bianzale and Matteo Pallazzi stopped at 140 cmt.

Gold - Florian Petitcollin - FRANCE
Silver - Alessio Bianzale - ITALY
Bronze - Matteo Pallazzi - ITALY

Click here for results and more
Podcasts are available at www.worldskate.tv
The competitions will be live on www.worldskate.tv

LIVE STREAMING SCHEDULE

6 JULY

14.30 – 15.40 Speed Slalom Finals Junior Women

15.40 – 16.20 Speed Slalom Finals Junior Men

16.50 – 17.30 Speed Slalom Finals Senior Women

17.30 – 18.30 Speed Slalom Finals Senior Men

19.00 – 20.00 Freestyle Classic Pair

20.00 – 20.30 Awards Ceremony

 

7 JULY

11.30 – 13.30 Freestyle Classic Junior Women

13.30 – 15.30 Freestyle Classic Junior Men

16.00 – 18.00 Freestyle Classic Senior Women

18.00 – 20.00 Freestyle Classic Senior Men

20.00 – 20.30 Awards Ceremony

 

8 JULY

10.00 – 13.30 Freestyle Battle Junior Women/Men

14.15 – 17.45 Freestyle Battle Senior Women/Men

17.45 – 18.15 Awards Ceremony