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Street Skateboarding WC 2019: Quarterfinals in Sao Paulo

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After a long day of exceptional skateboarding, that went well into late evening, yesterday’s men’s and women’s quarterfinals are a wrap. Yesterday’s quarterfinal’s saw a different format than what we began with in open qualifiers.

The women’s division began in the morning and had six heats, with six women in each heat, for a total of thirty six competing. Each rider had two 45 second runs, along with five attempts each in the best trick contest.

It was the same format starting in the late afternoon for the mens. The top twenty from each division advance to join the four pre-seeded semi-finalist. Both divisions are stacked with talent, with the level of difficulty and consistency increasing at every move up.

With the expectation of a full house for both today’s semifinals and tomorrow’s finals, and with the competition whittled down to an elite few, this weekend’s skateboarding should be nothing short of phenomenal.

WOMEN ADVANCING TO SEMIFINAL

1 Aori NISHIMURA - JPN
2 Candy JACOBS - NED
3 Roos ZWETSLOOT - NED
4 Yumeka ODA - JPN
5 Wenhui ZENG - CHN
6 Virginia FORTES AGUAS - BRA
7 Keet OLDENBEUVING - NED
8 Margielyn DIDAL - PHI
9 Isabelle MENEZES - BRA
10 Funa NAKAYAMA - JPN
11 Isabelly ÁVILA - BRA
12 Momiji NISHIYA - JPN
13 Kotone NISHIMURA - JPN
14 Mariah DURAN - USA
15 Alexis SABLONE - USA
16 Samarria BREVARD - USA
17 Gabriela MAZETTO - BRA
18 Silveria ARIADNE - BRA
19 Karen FEITOSA - BRA
20 Marina GABRIELA - BRA

MEN ADVANCING TO SEMIFINAL
1 Lucas RABELO - BRA
2 Giovanni VIANNA- BRA
3 Sora SHIRAI - JPN
4 Jake ILARDI - USA
5 Jamie FOY - USA
6 Angelo CARO - PER
7 Yukito AOKI - JPN
8 Axel CRUYSBERGHS - BEL
9 Alex MIDLER - USA
10 Carlos RIBEIRO - BRA
11 Manny SANTIAGO - PUR
12 Richard TURY - SVK
13 Micky PAPA - CAN
14 Dashawn JORDAN - USA
15 Jhancarlos GONZALEZ - COL
16 Sean MALTO - USA
17 Maurio MCCOY - USA
18 Alex DECUNHA - GBR
19 Matt BERGER - CAN
20 Vincent MILOU - FRA

Check here the FULL RESULTS

Check here the Olympic World Skate Ranking

COMPETITION SCHEDULE

SATURDAY - 09/21
3pm - Women Semifinal
6.30pm - Men Semifinal

SUNDAY - 09/22
2pm - Women Final
4.30 - Men Final

LIVE STREAMING SCHEDULE ON WWW.WORLDSKATE.TV (BRAZIL LOCAL TIME)

Saturday 21
Women Semi final 3pm
Men Semi final 6.30pm

Sunday22
Women Final 2pm
Men Final 4.30pm

VODs and HIGHLIGHTS available on WWW.WORLDSKATE.TV

COMPETITION FORMAT (WOMEN AND MEN)

SEEDING

04 Skateboarders Preseed to the Semifinal
16 Skateboarders Preseed to the Quarterfinal

OPEN QUALIFIERS

The Open Qualifier round is open to a country quota of 3 athletes registered by World Skate recognized National Governing Body, Event Wildcard and Last Chance Qualifier Wildcard holding athletes.

  • Jam Format with a single jam composed of maximum 3 skaters with 3 minutes jam session time. 
  • A minimum 20 skaters from the Open Qualifier Ranking will progress to the Quarterfinal.

Event phases after the Open Qualifier will be organized using the Olympic contest street format.

QUARTERFINAL - 36 SKATERS

  • 2 runs of 45 seconds and 5 individual trick attempts; the best 4 scores from runs or trick attempts will be added to give the total round score.
  •  A minimum 20 skaters from the Quarterfinal Ranking will progress to the Semifinal.

SEMIFINAL - 24 SKATERS

  • 2 runs of 45 seconds and 5 individual trick attempts; the best 4 scores from runs or trick attempts will be added to give the total round score.
  • The first 8 skaters from the Semifinal Ranking will progress to the Final.

FINAL - 8 SKATERS

  • 2 runs of 45 seconds and 5 individual trick attempts; the best 4 scores from runs or trick attempts will be added to give the total round score.

 

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Photo Credits by Piero Capannini