South American dominance and thrilling races at the World Championships

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In the fast-paced world of inline skating, the inline skating World Championships kicked off with a thrilling day witnessed an undeniable dominance by South American athletes in the highly competitive 200m race. 

The atmosphere of the event was electric, with 3000 fans from around the world coming together to see the finest inline skaters compete on the global stage. The scenario, except for the great heat that grips Italy in these hours, was the best. The track with parabolic curves, polished by the Municipality of Montecchio Maggiore, is perfect.

The event unfolded with breathtaking races that saw mere milliseconds separating the victors from the defeated.

It's clear that the South American contingent's success is the result of a combination of factors: natural talent, rigorous training, and a huge passion for the sport.

Italian athletes have once again showcased and confirmed their remarkable sprinting abilities, upholding a long tradition of excellence in the sprint races. Clinching a medal ( or more ) in each category.

 

RESULTS:

 

200mt dual TT

 

JUNIOR WOMEN

🥇KIARA VASQUEZ, COL 19.337

🥈SOFIA PAOLA CHIUMIENTO, ITA 19.515

🥉ALICE SORCIONOVO, ITA 19.643

 

JUNIOR MEN

🥇FABERSON CASTILLO BONILLA, GUA 17.945

🥈SANTIAGO VASQUEZ, COL 18.034

🥉RICCARDO CEOLA, ITA 18.110

 

SENIOR WOMEN

🥇SHEILA MUNOZ, COL 18.863

🥈ASJA VARANI, ITA 18.866

🥉GEINY PAJARO, COL 19.088

 

SENIOR MEN

🥇EMANUELLE SILVA SANTIBANEZ, CHI 17.662

🥈DUCCIO MARSILI, ITA 17.704 

🥉ANDRES TORRES JIMENEZ, COL 17.738



The evening culminates with the four long distance races, and Colombia is the undeniable dominator winning all of them. Their exceptional race strategy and physical condition are evident, as they demonstrate an impressive race conduct. 

 

In the junior categories, Europe made its mark with the amazing performances from the french team and a surprise contender from the Czech Republic in junior men, adding the extra excitement to the races.  

 

In the senior women’s race, the Colombian duo Gabriela Rueda and Fabriana Arias continue their winning streak, race after race, year after year. Their performance is truly remarkable, even after a bad fall at -10 laps to the end , they managed to regain their position in front of the pack winning the gold and the bronze medal. 

 

The senior men’s race was incredibly thrilling and fast paced. With overtakes, close encounters, and amazing moments of great technique, the final laps were heart-pounding, with Juan Mantilla’s win over the Olympic champion Bart Swings. 

 

10000 points/elimination

 

JUNIOR WOMEN 

🥇 GIRALDO VASQUEZ CAMILA , COL – 24 points

🥈 PLOUHINEC AUBANE , FRA – 11 points

🥉 LEE CHIAOJUNG, TPE – 9 points

 

JUNIOR MEN 

🥇PISCIOTTI CARLOS , COL – 24 points

🥈JILEK METODEJ , CZE – 14 points

🥉POUJOL QUENTIN , FRA - 7

 

10000 elimination

 

SENIOR WOMEN

🥇 GABRIELA RUEDA, COL

🥈ANABELA ANGY, VEN

🥉ARIAS FABRIANA, COL

 

SENIOR MEN 

🥇MANTILLA JUAN, COL

🥈SWINGS BART, BEL

🥉FERRIE MARTIN, FRA





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RESULTS

 

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