WSX Paname Skate Cross ★★

The second two stars event 2017 was held in Paris on April, 15th - 16th. Here is the small overview of this event, which gathered 70 skaters from France, Spain, Italy and Ireland. 

 

The World Champion 2015, Yohan Fort (Fra) is coming back on the top of the podium! He showed the best time during the qualification runs (29,903 sec) and won all his races including the big final! Jimmy Fort (Fra) showed his best result ever, finishing second. He was the first during all his runs, except the final, when he left the first place for his brother Yohan. The winner of the 2016 WSX final, Flavien Du Peloux (Fra) was second during the qualifications (31,068 sec) and took the final third place, leaving the fourth position for Lucien Hugues (Fra) who showed 4th qualification time (31,469 sec). 

 

Elisabeth Duchemin (Fra) showed her very best result, winning the two stars Women's final for the first time in her career. She was the fastest during all her races, including the qualifications (34,225 sec). Gaia Parma (Ita) took the seccond place of the final run. Tiffany Derisbourg (Fra) was fourth after the qualifications (35,692 sec) and finished on the third step of the podium. Maud Oguey (Fra) showed the second qualification time (34,843 sec) and got the fourth final position. 

 

Unfortunately, the current World Champion, Mathilde Monneron (Fra) and world number 3, Leandre Mage (Fra) were injured during the competition and could not compete for the victory. We wish them the quickets recovery!

 

Yohann and Jimmy Fort (Fra) with their team "Futchos", won the Team Cross final race, leaving the second position for "Team Bug", represented by Lafenetre Charlie and Oscar Briex (Fra)Maxence Clusaz and Jonathan Duclos (Fra), team "Les Makis" took the final third place. 

 

Check the full results here!

WSX France ★★

The first two stars event 2017 was held in French Caen on February 25th-26th. More than 50 skaters from France, Italy, Ireland and Morocco came to fight for the victory of the first big competition of this season. 

 

The WSX World Champion 2016, Florian Petitcollin from France received his first big victory of this year. He showed the second best time during the qualification runs (18,369 sec) and won all his races including the big final! Double World Champion (2013 - 2014), Anthony Avella (Fra) showed the fourth qualifications time (18,673 sec) and crossed the finish line right after Florian, taking the second place. The World Champion 2015, Yohan Fort (Fra) was the fastest during the qualifications (18,270 sec) and finished on the third step of the podium. Maxence Clusaz (Fra) took the final fourth position. 

 

Francesca Conzi (Ita) performed her best result ever, winning her very first two stars event! She was the fastest during the qualifications (20,303 sec) and won the big final of this race. Gaia Belviso, also from Italy, was fifth after the qualifications (21,407 sec) but did her best to finish second during the final. This is her best result so far! Charline Marillier (Fra) took the third place of the podium, leaving another French rider, Maelie Poussier on the fourth position. 

 

French skaters, Flavien Du Peloux and Léandre Mage with their "Tarzan" team won the Team Cross race, crossing the finish line in front team "Itaglia", represented by Lorenzo Demuru and Matteo Pallazzi from ItalyFlorian Petitcollin and Normane Lethieleux, team "AM Sports" took the third place. 

 

Check the full results here!

WSX France ★★

The first two stars event 2017 will take place in French Caen on February 25th-26th. The first big event of the season will be held during the Indoor Salon of Urban Sports in the Expositions Park of Caen. The registration is already open! Check the details and join us for the first big race 2017!

 

You can find all the information on the official website here! 

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