Rayssa Leal garante a primeira medalha de ouro brasileira no Pan-Americano.

Rayssa Leal (picture in the spotlight), 15 years old, won Brazil’s first gold med al at the Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile. On Saturday (21/10), the teenager had a very good performance and comfortably led the competition in street skate, scoring 236.98 points.
Saturday was a Brazilian double. The silver went to Pâmela Rosa, 24, who landed most of her tricks and scored 211.34 points. The podium was completed by the American Page Heyn, with 176.35.
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Brazilian Rayssa Leal wins the World Street Skateboarding Championship in the United Arab Emirates World Skate Skateboarding / Disclosure
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The Olympic vice champion celebrated the victory. “This medal was very special. Once again representing women’s skateboarding and Brazil very well. The crowd was all there. It felt like I was competing in Brazil. It will go down in history because it’s the first Pan American skateboarding championship. It’s surreal for me,” said Rayssa, also known as “Fadinha”.
With this achievement in skateboarding, Brazil has reached its third medal in this edition of the Pan American Games. In addition to Rayssa and Pâmela’s gold and silver, there is also a bronze won by José Gabriel Marques, a Mountain Bike athlete who finished third in the Men’s Cross County on Saturday.
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