The World Cup Gran Canaria Frontón King 2018 celebrated on Monday a team competition that has risen to the crests of the powerful wave of El Frontón to local and international riders in a sport modality to the best wave, which will have an independent prize in the international championship held in Galdar. With groups of three and launching the DropKnee modality, the buggers have not spared any risks, throwing themselves into the most risky maneuvers that delighted the attendees.
With the 2018 Team King fans could enjoy competitors who do not participate in the main competition, allowing locals to make themselves known in the best wave in the world in a third day with 11 races and more than thirty participants.
The locals William Luján Y Kevin Orihuela They fought for the best score in a wave, in a format in which they could be measured again with greats of this sport like the South African André Botha, the Frenchman Amaury Lavernhe and the Hawaiian Dave Hubbard, among others, who were protagonists of impressive aerial and technical tubes.
Of the three participants of each team, one of them was chosen for the DropKnee mode. The riders saw in this competition the opportunity to get more waves and create a dynamic without fear and very attractive, in which the wave with the best score of each one of the members of the group was counted towards the final prize giving, which it will be celebrated next to the coronation of the new king or queen of the Frontón King.
During the day, two female riders, the Canary Islands Alexandra Rinder and Texenery García, who showed their worth, also shone on the Atlantic ridges of Gáldar. Rinder, world champion and who has already been eliminated from the championship in Open mode, did not disappoint an animated and grateful audience, who cheered the tightest acrobatics. On the other hand, Texenery García debuted in the third day in this championship in mixed teams in the northern wave, rowing for the first time in this edition.