03/07/2019- LANZAROTE: ADRIEN BOSSON LEADS THE EVENT
It is the sixth consecutive year that the organizing team of the Pro Center Antxon Otaegui and Teguise Water Sports Association takes the stage of the European Freestyle Pro Tour on Lanzarote. Every year the team has created an event for riders, trying to make their stay on the island as pleasant as possible – the constant northeast trade wind and conditions bump&jump around the reef have done their part and made the EFPT Lanzarote is preferred by riders.
19 professional riders and eight Juniors enrolled to register now, with four junior who entered also into the fleet pro. And’ Nice to see such a high presence of young talents that allowed him to manage both divisions U16 and U18.
Costa Teguise did not disappoint and has provided good conditions until the early hours of the morning. The first heat and’ turning around at lunch time. The riders navigated with sails between 4.4 and 4.8, with heat for ten minutes and three operations for every wall.
By participating in this event, the big contenders were the tour leader Yentel Caers of Belgium (99, P7), that is also the winner of last year's event in Lanzarote, Jacopo Head (RRD / RRD) currently ranked second overall, winner of 2017 and Adrien Bosson (Duotone / Fanatic ), that was in second place in the EFPT Lanzarote 2016 and in 2018. Even Steven Van Broeckhoven Win (Gunsails / Starboard), Antoine Albert (Goya / Goya), Antony Ruenes (Tabou, GA) and John Passani (Tabou, GA) should not be underestimated in this spot that requires a lot of freestyle technical skills but also experience in ski jumping.
The Starboard team rider Lennart Neubauer (15 years) eliminated Dudu Levi (Gunsails / Starboard) in the first round of the single. Neubauer has put together a solid scoring over heat 30 points. In the second round, Instead, Belgian freestyle superstar Steven Van Broeckhoven win stopped the boy from Greece. Although Neubauer pulled a no handed burner clean, However it was not enough to compete against the powerful maneuvers that Van Broeckhoven win scored on his sheets of judgment.
Jacopo Head, that is the absolute title Caers in heels 2019, Browse so powerful and elegant, demonstrating how these conditions the suit. Head cleared Marco van der Merwe (F2) from Italy, Antony Ruenes from France, but he failed overtaking Yentel Caers, that sent the Italian straight through to the final of the losers, where was defeated by Antoine Albert (Goya). The New Caledonian won third place in the single elimination.
Caers was a force all his own, starting with a tough heat against former world champion Kiri Thode of Bonaire. The rider of the Caribbean showed that he still had the skills, but Yentel wouldn't let any opportunity, advancing 14 points difference. The next was the young Frenchman Sam Esteve (JP / Neilpryde). With some perfect scores and a final 40,65 points, Caers has left nothing to chance.
Adrien Bosson was almost the only elimination, Despite being in therapy against influenza and was able to defeat the Israeli Eliran Levi in first round, followed by Steven Van Broeckhoven win and Antoine Albert to address Yentel Caers in the final. Bosson was making maneuvers high score in each round, being consistent and elegant at the same time. While Caers was unable to get the score that he hoped on port tack in the final, Bosson has landed a air-bob, a shifty and an air-kabikuchi. Starboard tack the Frenchman scored with a burner, a perfect air funnel burner and a double ass, 39,99 on 35,41 points, who has signed the agreement for him today.
Is the first time ever that a Division is staged in Fuerteventura EFPT juniors. To dominate the category U16 and U18 were respectively Lennart Neubauer and Eugenio Marconi (CHS, 99). However, Today we have seen some extraordinary young talent on the water. The 15-year-old Tigo Kort (Severne), a local Brouwersdam, showed some skills and a powerful navigation and could take second place in the Division U16 in front of Bodhi Khempen (Starboard / Severne), He has been busy with some nice manoeuvres. Eleven-year-old Even Sosa, who is the youngest competitor in the tour, attempted vulcan, bodydrag and even looping forward against Khempen.
In category U18 Stefan de Bell of Curaçao has hired a major battle against the Italian Eugenio Marconi, but in the end lost a maneuver. Third place in the Division under 18 went to Nil Bacon from France, He made his debut on tour in 2018.
It's great to see so many young drivers enter the EFPT, showing the brilliant future of the sport.
photo: Eric Bellande, Gwen Marché
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