12/04/2019 -At Sorobon Beach on the morning of the Day 4 the FORSA Bonaire PWA World Cup there seemed to be a quick start of the race with conditions already promising. However, After patiently waited, the wind has never been really good, which has led to a two-hour break between the 12 and the 2. The wait was well worth it and Bonaire has offered the best conditions that the best freestylers in the world wanted – 20-30 knots of wind and flat water – that enabled the men's fleet to impress both the crowd that the judges with little more than 3 hours of world class freestyle explosive.
After the second round of the men's double elimimation, all eyes were drawn to a thrilling battle at 3 round with 9 PWA freestyle world champion – Gollito Estredo (Fanatic / Duotone) – and the rider chasing the world title Amado Vrieswijk (JP / Severne) . In recent years we have become used to seeing the two best freestylers in the world facing each other in the finals. However, After an amazing single elimination, the two best athletes met much earlier than expected – and perhaps with more pressure: the defeat probably significhebbe say goodbye to title hopes 2019.
The action was at the level of a finale with both men able to land exceptional manoeuvres. In front of the home crowd, cheering for local favorite, and he wanted to keep alive his aspirations for the title, Vrieswijk gave the best of himself, obtaining the second best result in the contest so far – 180,7 points – After the same Vrieswijk had scored the highest score of the competition so far in the previous round against Louis Fabiano (Patrik / Sailloft Hamburg) – 181,9 points. During the heat, Vrieswijk landed a huge kabikuchi to give the kickoff and then went from a maneuver to another landing a flaka-shaka-720, Flaka-bob and an almost perfect flaka-into-ponch, that not only sparked massive applause from the beach, but it also enshrined Vrieswijk celebrations!
He then beat Sam Vrieswijk Esteve (JP / NeilPryde), who tried to fight the best to match the boneriano, to no avail. So doing Amado one is guaranteed another great heat against the vice world champion – Adrien Bosson (Fanatic / Duotone / Maui Ultra-bright Fins) – He had previously defeated Jamie Howard (F2 / F2), Dieter van der Eyken (Severne / Severne Sails) and Steven Van Broeckhoven (Starboard / Gun Sails / Shamal Sunglasses) with a number of stunning batteries.
In Heat 30a, both men have gone a thousand, with Bosson who got 4 ° high score competition – 176,9 points – but there was no chance of stopping Vrieswijk from landing in the top 6 – leaving Bosson to settle for seventh place opening event. Vrieswijk now holds the 1 °, 2 ° e 3 ° best score of the competition after a monstrous 188 counting points against Bosson, which is also the highest score achieved since it was introduced the new scoring system live. If the 23-year-old will be remotely close to the level he showed today, It is hard to imagine anyone prevents him from fighting all the way to claim the title of the event. However, There is much work to be done before we reach that point …
In the bottom half of the standings, both Antony Ruenes (Tabou / GA Sails) that Davy Scheffers (Tabou / GA Sails) have made of brilliant comebacks, that eventually saw two teammates meet in Heat 30b.
En route to that point, Ruenes defeated Francesco Cappuzzo (RRD / RRD Sails / AL360), Nicolas Akgazciyan (JP / NeilPryde) and Taty Frans (Point-7), While Scheffers bested Loick Spicher (RRD / RRD Sails), Nic Hibdige (Tabou / GA Sails) and Julian Wiemar (Starboard / Severne) – after their combined power moves to impressive combo.
The heat between Ruenes and Scheffers became another exciting battle with Scheffers who started to fly with a huge air bob butt, skopu 360, Air funnel 720 and an incredible chachoo switch into burner. However, After an aggressive start, the 27-year-old, that was suffering slightly due to injury at the foot, He started to slow down. Meanwhile, Ruenes, It's been a while’ slower to start, started back in the game with a perfect spock-ass, ponch into Flaka, burner funnell and burner without hands that led the French to a narrow advantage.
The French will face Vrieswijk in the battle for the 5 ° e 6 th place.
The forecast seems perfect for a Grand Finale on Saturday that would enshrine the end of the competition. The riders will meet at 8:00 am for skipper's meeting, with possible departure at 8.30 am.
photo: JC (c) PWA
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