January 26, 2021

Canaries against the world in the quarterfinals – La Provincia

Canaries against the world in the quarterfinals - La Provincia


The World Cup Gran Canaria Frontón King 2018 has faced its third day of competition with the conditions that the riders were expecting: no wind and a strong wave from the west. The sporting event of the best bodyboard in the world adjusted its podium by selecting the protagonists of its quarterfinals, which integrated canaries and former international champions in a face to face with the powerful wave of El Frontón. The protagonists will be Amaury Lavernhe, Andre Botha, Guilherme Tamega, Jonathan Vega, Alex Sebastian, Dave Hubbard, William Lujan and Kevin Orihuela.

They fell early in the morning large of the Canary coast as Aitor Ojeda, Lionel Medina, Daniel Quintana, Borja Granados or Samuel Brito. The resident of Sardina del Norte, William Luján, who was competing in the fifth round of the Galician coast, won the junior champion of this edition with Javier Rodríguez Zerpa, who, although he surpassed the South African André Botha in the previous round, fell before the dominion of the galdense of the crest of its municipality. Next to the already junior king of 2018, William Lujan, Galician rider Alex Sebastian will play the quarterfinals.

A local-international duel will be played by the rider from the capital of Gran Canaria, Jonathan Vega, and the one from Cape Town, André Botha, who has not been intimidated by the daring Canarian buggers. He led the French Amaury Lavernhe in the middle of the competition, demonstrating a veteran experience that consolidates him as one of the favorites.

Hairs of tip caused the great performance of the rider of the Confital Kevin Orihuela, that was marked a wave of 9,67 in the last sleeves of the day, strengthening its passage to the quarters of end.

Padilla-Rinder, Canarian final

Among the best sleeves of the third day of competition have featured the protagonists of the riders. In the next round, the finals will face Tenerife's Alexandra Rinder and Teresa Padilla, while Chile's Paloma Freyggang and Gran Canaria's Texenery García will play a third and fourth place in the bodyboard world cup. Rinder came out of the water with discomfort in one of the shoulders has assured that he will give everything in the final.

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