Pia Haddad, Rebecca Andrade and Rissa Leal shine in a good week of Brazilian sports

Pia Haddad, Rebecca Andrade and Rissa Leal shine in a good week of Brazilian sports

Pia Haddad Toronto WTA Ultimate Boot – Photo: Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images

Brazilian Beatrice Haddad was a WTA runner-up in Toronto, Canada, thus ascending to number 16 in the world rankings, the best in the country’s sporting history. The campaign was amazing: he beat Marina Trevisan (26th in the standings), Lilla Fernandez (2020 US Open runner-up), Ega Swiatek (currently #1 in the world), Olympic champion Belinda Bencic (12th) and Carolina. Pliskova (leader of the 14th and previous order). She fell in the final against Romanian Simona Halep.

Brazilian Couple Skateboarding

Rayssa Leal got a 7.8 in the last maneuver and is the women’s SLS World Figure Skating Champion

The Seattle stage of the Street League, the main skating competition rink, saw a Brazilian duo, with Rayssa Leal and Pâmela Rosa winning second. Japan’s Momiji Nishiya finished the podium. Pamela led the entire race, until the last maneuver when she took on the role of Risa, who got a 7.8.

Pamela Rosa scores 7.2 points in the fourth series of tricks in the SLS Women's Skateboarding World Cup Final

Pamela Rosa scores 7.2 points in the fourth series of tricks in the SLS Women’s Skateboarding World Cup Final

Rebecca Andrade at the Brazilian Gymnastics Championships – Photo: Ricardo Puffolin/CBG

Olympic champion Rebecca Andrade won four gold medals at the Brazilian Athletic Championships held in Salvador. She won, for the Flamingo, the tag team competition, in addition to being gold in all things, beams and uneven bars. The single overall score, 58.100, which she obtained on Saturday puts her at the top of the 2022 world rankings. Flavia Saraiva took the title from the bar. In men, the highlight was Cayo Souza, with four gold medals.

Hemiplegia and equestrian show

Brazil won a medal at the World Championships for the disabled in road cycling and equestrian. By bike, the country has been on the podium four times, with one silver and three bronzes. Lauro Chaman took the silver in the endurance test, while Carlos Soares took the bronze. In the female category, the highlight was Jade Malavazzi in the hand bike, with bronze in two events: the resistance and the time trial.

In Paralympic equestrianism, Brazil won two bronze medals at the World Cup held in Denmark, along with Rodolfo Riscala.

Rodolfo Riscala bronze at the World Cup – Photo: Luis Rois

Izequias is the All-American Champion in Rowing – Photo: Disclosure / Brazilian Boat Federation

Days after winning two medals at the World Boating Championships, Isaquias Quiroz is back in competition. In the Pan American of the Way, in Canada, he won gold in the C1 500m and in the C1 1000m, and seeded the country for next year’s Pan American Games, in Santiago. Also in the pan, Filipe Vieira and Erlon Souza took gold in the C2 500m doubles event.

The Brazilian judo team finished its campaign in the Junior World Cup, for athletes up to the age of 21, in Ecuador, with two silver medals. Kailani Cardoso came in second at under 63 kg, even beating Japan’s Kurumi Ishioka in the semi-finals, while Beatriz Freitas won the silver in under 78 kg. The men came out without medals for the second time in a row, as they also passed empty at the category worlds last year.

No podium in beach volleyball

Best moments: Germany 2 x 1 Brazil - Third place dispute - Beach Volleyball World Tour

Best moments: Germany 2 x 1 Brazil – Third place dispute – Beach Volleyball World Tour

Brazil ended up off the podium in Hamburg, Germany, from the Beach Volleyball World Tour. The best duo in the country were Barbara and Carol, who reached the semi-finals, but ended up losing both the semi-finals and the bronze dispute. The team of current world champions, Anna Patricia and Duda, were not present at the event, as Anna is still recovering from a finger injury. Rebecca/Talita and Andre/George and Bruno/Siamon and Vitor Philippe/Renato fell on the first stage.

There is no Olympic spot in equestrianism

The Brazilian national team for show jumping ranked ninth in the team competition of the World Championships, which was held in Denmark. The team was formed by Marlon Zanotelli, Yuri Mansour, Pedro Fiennes and Bernardo Alves, the latter ending up abandoning the event due to issues with the semi-final horse. The competition gave a place for the top five in Paris 2024, so Brazil, outside of this group, will try to secure a place in the Olympics during the Pan American Games, in Chile, in October next year.

Medal in the recycling cycle

Brazil ended its participation in the Pan American Cycling Championships with a gold and a bronze medal. He broke Fabio Dalamaria’s 22nd Points Test title without Brazil’s gold medals in the competition. The country also took the bronze with duo Weleda Rodriguez and Alice Melo in the Madison competition.

Good campaign so far

Australia 0 x 2 Brazil goals for the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup 2022

Australia 0 x 2 Brazil goals for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2022

The women’s under-20 soccer team achieved a victory and a tie in the World Cup category tournament, which is being held in Costa Rica. The country debuted at 0-0 with Spain, but sent the rankings to the next stage with a 2-0 victory over Australia. This Tuesday, the home team faces, in theory the weakest team in the group, and with a tie already guaranteed in the quarter-finals.

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