Pan American Games, Win go straight into Olympics

August 3, 2020

Four days after the start of the Pan American Games for surfing, the four Ticos that are already in Punta Roca, training for the tournament that starts this Monday, both our rivals and the competition format, have been revealed and are the following.

The Open format will be 16 competitors in man-to-man heats (2 competitors), with main and repechage rounds. In this sense, Noe Mar and Anthony will leave from Monday as follows.

Noe Mar McGonagle versus Alonso Correa of ​​Peru and Anthony Fillingim versus Ricardo Delgado of Puerto Rico.

The competition manual indicates that to reach the final without using the repechage you need to win four consecutive series, that is, it is made up of 5 keys, while the repechage is made up of six.
( To bad we don’t get to bring are best two girls due to over lapping the Supergirl and US Open 6000 and 10,0000 WQS, So we will miss Leilani McGonagle and Brissa Hennessy in the Pan American Games)

The complete list of the 16 classified in the masculine, are the following:

Santiago Muñiz (ARG)

Bryan Pérez (SAL)

Lucca Messinas (PER)

Lucas Madrid (URU)

Cody Young (CAN)

Kevin Schulz (USA)

Guillermo Satt (CHI)

Francisco Bellorin (VEN)

Anthony Fillingim (CRI)

Ricardo Delgado (PUR)

Alonso Correa (PER)

Noe Mar McGonagle (CRI)

Jhony Corzo (MEX)

Leandro Usuna (ARG)

Israel Barona (ECU)

Robson Santos (BRA)

But beware, everything indicates that Noe Mar and Anthony, if they move forward without problems in round 1, will face each other in round 2, something that only Costa Rica in the men’s would suffer in the first two rounds.

On the other hand Anthony Flores, in the longboard will start in heats keys of three competitors. His first confrontation will be versus Cole Robbins of the United States and Robert Ferrer of Puerto Rico.

For this key or format, heats of three competitors were established during the first three rounds and then passed to man to man for closing.

And finally Valeria Salustri in SUP RACE, will face a race of approximately 6 kilometers. It will be a direct final among the following ten rowers: by Carlos Brenes

Candice Appleby (USA)
Maria Carmen Rivera (PRI)
Lina Augaitis (CAN)
Lena Guimaraes (BRA)
Juliana Gonzales (ARG)
Valeria Salustri (CRI)
Alejandra Brito (MEX)
Giannisa Vecco (PER)
Carla Pérez (CHI)
Edimar Luque

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