Photos: WSL / Poullenot
Timothée Bisso, the winner of the last edition, earns the best total score of the event.
Although the waves have diminished today, the best is yet to come.
Jonathan González, Yael Peña and Cristian Portelli, local surfers, are already among the first classified for the fourth round of Cabreiroá Pro Las Américas 2020, which is being played on the beach of Las Américas, Arona.
French competitors have come stomping. They completed a great performance during the first day of competition, and today has highlighted, in this first session of the day, Timothée Bisso, the winner from the last year, who has achieved the best total score with heavy 17,33 points. Also great today, Maxime Huscenot, who earned the second-best score with 15,34 points, and Thomas Debierre, third classified of the last edition, who has achieved a total score of 13.34 points.
Following closely are the Portuguese surfer, Eduardo Fernández, with 12.67 points and the Canarian Luis Díaz, who earns the score of 11.63 points. Díaz commented that he is highly motivated, there were great waves during the first days of competition and although today they have decreased a little, he advanced into the fourth round.
Still running alive on the competition are Derek Gómes (VENEZUELA), Dorian Gomez (FRANCE), Max Elkington (SOUTH AFRICA), Noe Mar McGonagle (COSTA RICA), Andy Criere (SPAIN), Bitor Garitaonandia (SPAIN), Erwan Blouin (FRANCE), Teva Bouchgua (FRANCE) y Tiago Carrique (FRANCE) and Jatyr Berasaluce (VASQUE COUNTRY).