The event has seen ups and downs each day, mainly because of the fog. Nothing new in Portugal this time of the year, but still it seemed to persist more than usual. The Final Day didn’t prove it wrong. The only final that has been competed was the Drop-Knee one, seeing Sammy Morretino winning his second world title in a row. Following the APB Tour’s rulebook, prize money and points had to be split in both Men and Women division, meaning that Isabela Sousa and Joana Schenker would share the first place in the Women’s and Pierre-Louis Costes and Iain Campbell would do likewise in the Men’s.
No big deal in the Men’s, even though we know these two are fierce competitors and would have love to fight for a proper win. Nonetheless, winning in the Women division could have a huge impact as both Bela and Joana are still involved in the Title Race. These 500 extra points that would have been guaranteed by a win in Sintra could play a crucial role in the final ranking, after the Nazare Pro. Let’s see what Nazare holds for Pierre and Isabela, hoping they can win the holy grail once again.
Credits : APB Tour // Joao Araujo