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The 1st edition of the WUG of Budapest is about to start!

Finally, here we are. The first edition of the World Urban Games of Budapest is about to start. The WUG promise to be the ultimate global showcase for a new generation of urban sports. This multi-sport event will be held every two years and will encompass a wide range of activities and events, from sport competitions to showcases and demonstrations featuring music, dance and urban culture. The Budapest competitions to take place on September 13 and 14, 2019 will witness the participation of the riders who have qualified at the last Roller Freestyle World Championships held in Barcelona during the WRG2019. Overall, 32 riders (the best 16 male and female athletes who will compete in the next World Roller Games to be held on July 5-7, 2020) got their tickets to fly to Budapest!
Below their names:


WOMEN
1 Daniela Andrea Salgado Martínez (COL)
2 Maria Clara Platero Mendez (COL)
3 Annie Carolina Nole Aroleda (PER)
4 Najda Patrrycja (POL)
5 Hyoyama Suzuka (JPN)
6 Nulle Liene (LAT)
7 Katayama Misaki (JPN)
8 Maria Munoz (ESP)
9 Sara Vilella (ESP)
10 Emilia Parejo (ESP)
11 Manon Derrien (FRA)
12 Javiera Alejandra Garrido Diaz (CHL)
13 Amandine Condroyer (FRA)
14 Zhao Jinhong (CHN)

MEN
1 Jelle Briggeman (NL)
2 Roman Abrate (FRA)
3 Sem Croft Croft (NL)
4 Tomasz Przybylik (POL)
5 Piotr Combrzyski(POL)
6 Christopher Wellsmore (AUS)
7 Jeremy Melique (FRA)
8 Jaro Frijn (NL)
9 Joe Atkinson (GBR)
10 StephaneTorres (SUI)
11 Diego Guilloud (SUI)
12 Jeerasak Tassorn (THA)
13 Maxime Genoud (SUI)
14 Worapoj Boonnim (THA)
15 Jasons Nils (LAT)

Competitions program as follows:

12 SEPTEMBER
10.00 – 12.00 Women Training
14.15 – 16.15 Men Training

13 SEPTEMBER
13.15 – 14.15 Women Training/Warm up
14.15 – 15.45 Qualification Women
15.45 – 16.45 Men Training/Warm up
16.45 – 18.15 Qualification Men

14 SEPTEMBER
10.00 – 11.00 Women (finalists) Training/Warm up
11.00 – 12.15 Women Finals
12.15 – 13.15 Men (finalists) Training/Warm up
13.15 – 14.30 Men Finals
14.30 – 14.45 Award Ceremony

15 SEPTEMBER
13.15 – 14.45 Best Trick Contest