GKA Freestyle World Cup Salinas del Rey 2022 - Kitesurf-Highlights Day 4 Finals - Spectacular Runs of Manoel Soares & Mikaili Sol

GKA Freestyle World Cup Salinas del Rey 2022 - Kitesurf-Highlights Day 4 Finals - Spectacular Runs of Manoel Soares & Mikaili Sol

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Publiée le le 06 mars 2022

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WOMEN'S FINAL:
In the Women’s Finals, Bruna Kajiya (BRA) took on Rita Arnaus (ESP), Mikaili Sol (BRA) and Estefania Rosa (BRA). Conditions were strong and the women were powered on 6-9meter kites. The heat started with Estefania Rosa landing a solid 313 and Hinterberger mobe. It was a close heat with Rita Arnaus landing a super clean Slim Chance scoring a 7.37 and backing it up with an S-bend to blind with an air pass. Veteran Bruna Kajiya laid down a solid heat with a Slim Chance followed up with a textbook Back Mobe and finally a Hinterberger mobe with her kite super low. She was the heat leader until Mikaili Sol managed to land her go-tricks including a colossal Slim Chance 5, 315 and Hinterberger Mobe 5–setting herself apart from the rest of the field with her huge air, technicality and style.

MEN'S FINAL:
The Men’s Final was full of off the charts action! The crowd was fired up and the beach was packed. Gianmaria Coccoluto (ITA) v. Manoel Soares (BRA) v. Carlos Mario (BRA) v. Juan Rodriguez (COL). It was a nail biter all the way to the end.
Colombian Juan Rodriguez was feeding off the crowd and laid down an incredible heat that demonstrated fluid riding, mixing power and style to claim 3rd position. In his final trick attempt of the heat, he needed an 8.8 to overtake Carlos Mario. He landed a super technical and clean backside 317 but didn’t quite get the score and ended in 3rd place. Carlos Mario looks like he’s back in top form and hungry for another title, riding without fear and throwing absolutely massive backside 317 scoring 7.9 to secure himself second place.
Gianmaria Coccoluto went huge! He landed a super technical 319 scoring a 8.37 and a slim chance 7 scoring a 9.20–the highest score of the heat! Unfortunately he couldn’t land a fourth trick and therefore ended in 4th place despite an otherwise killer performance.
This was Manoel Soares’ first GKA final and he showed up to play! Soares had smooth, clean landings and showed incredible kite control as he sent it to the moon, landing a powerful Slim Chance 7, 319, backside 317 and heart attack 5 for a total heat score of 30.14 and securing himself the win!

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