Alexandr Timchenko : "I am satisfied with everything I did [this season], I remained quite steady and reached a new level..."


Brand-new interview with Men's Freestyle Slalom World #6 and 2014 World Vice-Champion in Pair Slalom, Alexander Timchenko, about his last season and his plans for the upcoming year…

 

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New video - Sk8 Dance & Slalom with Feng Hui & KSJ


Here is the new video by KSJ, showing dance choreography and slalom skating with Classic Junior World Champion 2014, Feng Hui.

 

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Zoé Granjon : "I'm really satisfied with my achievements this year and hope to do even better in 2015..."


 

Interview with Zoé Granjon, Women's Freestyle Slalom World #6 and Speed Slalom World #2, on her 2014 season, her next goals, and her skating with her sister...

 

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Michał Sulinowski : "Stay positive!"


Michał Sulinowski broke the special record of competing in 29 events in one season last year. On the menu of his brand-new interview: Season summary, travelling memories and plans for the upcoming season...

 

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New video : Plinio Marcos Rezende | Profile 2015

Credit : Raúl Díaz-Guerra Torres
Credit : Raúl Díaz-Guerra Torres


 

Here is the new profile video of Plinio Marcos Rezende filmed by Raúl Díaz-Guerra. Enjoy this nice edit!


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New video : Miriam Fatmi | MiniProfile 2015

Credit : Lucrecia Petraglia
Credit : Lucrecia Petraglia



Here is the small but very nice profile video of Miriam Fatmi, Spanish Slalom skater and Freestyle Slides Women's World # 4. Enjoy !


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January World Ranking

The World Ranking of January is out !


After 3 starter events last month, there is no change in the top 20 for Freestyle Slalom, Speed and Slides categories. 


We are happy to announce a new World Ranking category, which is Free Jump. The very first Free Jump Ranking was made according to the results of 2014 free jump competitions held during the WSS events over the world. There were a total of 26 events in 2014, 11 in France, 4 in Brazil, 3 in Uk and Spain, and only one event in Germany, Italy, Romania, Poland, Russia and Argentina ; we hope more countries will held a free jump competition in 2015. 


The Free Jump winners of the open competition at the World Championships 2014, Thomas Rataud (Fra) and Maeliss Conan (Fra) are the first skaters to lead this new World Ranking. Flavien Du Peloux (Fra) and Maud Oguey (Fra) are taking the second places. Third places are for Gonzalo Cobo (Arg) and for Slides World Champion 2014, Bohdana Hotsko (Esp). Soon the Free Jump calendar will be added to the world slalom series website, so stay tuned to check the opportunity to compete and get some points for the new World Ranking!!! 


Check out the full rankings here.

Video profile : FLOW | Klaudia Hartmanis


Here is the new video from Singapore filmed by Michał Sulinowski and starring the current Freestyle Slalom Women's World #2, Klaudia Hartmanis.

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December World Ranking

The World Ranking of December is out !


There were only two prime events in December 2014 so no changes in the TOP-20 in all the disciplines. 

Here is a small overview of the World Ranking 2014.


The leader of the World Rankings have changed 13 times during the 2014 season : 5 times in Men's Freestyle Slalom, 3 times in Men's Speed Slalom, twice in Women's Freestyle Slalom and once for the other disciplines. 


2014 started new leaders of the Freestyle Slalom Ranking, for both, Men and Women's categories. 


Freestyle Men : For the first time of his career, Ye Hao Qin (Chn) got the first step of the Freestyle World Ranking in January 2014 and kept this title for 3 months, till March. He replaced Romain Lebois (Fra), who was on the top during 1,5 year before and took the lead back twice in 2014, in April and August. Since May to July the first step of the Freestyle Slalom Ranking was for Yu Jin Seong (Kor), who stayed on the top for 3 months and for the first time of his skating career. A new leader appeared in September, double European Champion 2014 and Classic World Champion 2014, Sergey Timchenko (Rus) is a new world number one, for the first time of his career and for 4 months till nowadays. 


Freestyle Women : Su Fei Qian (Chn), who already led the Freestyle Slalom Ranking since October 2011 to April 2012, came back to the top in January 2014 and stayed there for 7 months, until July. She was replaced by Daria Kuznetsova (Rus), who got a double victory at the Europe and World Freestyle Skating Championships 2014 letting her come back to the top in August 2014. She was already leading Freestyle Slalom Ranking since July 2012 to December 2013 and she is now keeping the first position for 5 months.


Speed Men : For 8 months (from January to June and form August to September 2014) and for 17th months before (all 2013 and 7 months in 2012) Simone Nai Oleari (Ita) was the World Number One in the Men's Speed Slalom discipline. Guo Fang (Chn), who was already on the top in 2008 for 4 months, took the first place in July 2014, but only for one month. 

New leader of the Speed Slalom Ranking, Speed Slalom World Champion 2014, Savio Brivio (Ita), climbed up to the top in October and stayed there for 3 months already. This is the first time in his career he is leading the World Ranking. 


Speed Women : Barbara Bossi (Ita) was leading the women’s Speed Slalom World Ranking for 8 months in 2014 (from January to August), plus 4 months in 2013 and 23 months before (2010-2012). She was replaced by Speed Slalom World Champion 2014, Wang Tzu Chien (Tpe), who is now staying on the top for the first time of her career and for 4 months already, since September 2014.


Freestyle Slides Men : For 6 months in 2014 and since December 2012, Kirill Ryazantsev (Rus) was leading the Men's Freestyle Slides World Ranking. He was replaced by the World Champion 2014, Huang Hai Yang (Chn), who is staying on the top of the Men's Freestyle Slides Ranking for 6 months already, since July 2014.


Freestyle Slides Women : For 9 months (from January to September) in 2014 and since December 2012, Olga Fokina (Rus) stayed on the top of the Freestyle Slides Women World Ranking. The World Champion 2014, Bohdana Hotsko (Esp) replaced her in October 2014. She is now staying on the top of the Freestyle Slides discipline for the 3 last months. 


The new season have already started with events in France and Germany. Stay tuned on the world slalom series website where we are updating the calendar 2015 as soon as we have any news. See you in 2015 and good luck for the new season !!!


Check out the full rankings here.

WSS Brasil 3


 

The last two-cone event of the year was held on December, 13-14, in São Paulo, Brazil. This competition was the biggest WSSA event in Brazil so far…


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New video : PARIS EN ROLLERS (WFSC 2014)


 

Here is the new video by Francesca Florian about skating in Paris, including some footage from WFSC 2014.  

 

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Battle Africa 2014



Accro Roller club and their president, Babacar Ndiaye organized the seventh edition of the "Battle Africa" in the capital of Senegal, on December, 7th - 8th…

 

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New video : All Inline Cup Lishui 2014


 

Here is the official video of the AIC 2014 filmed and edited by Vidal Bao, showing the best moments of this event held on August 22th - 24th in China. 

 

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Wang Tzu Chien : "I felt absolutely delighted and thrilled. All my hard work and efforts had finally paid off..."


She is the brand-new world number one and the winner of all the big events she took part in during the season. She also renewed her World Champion title from last year. Here is an interview with Wang Tzu Chien…


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International Freestyle Skating Championships 2014



The last three-cone event of the year was held on November, 28-30, in Singapore. Skaters from all over the world competed in the main disciplines...


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New video : WFSC 2014


Here is the official video of the WFSC 2014 filmed and edited by Cezary Powierza. 


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Wuyishan 2014


The last Chinese three-cone event of the season was held on November, 21-23, in Wuyishan. Skaters from 15 countries of Europe and Asia competed in the main disciplines...


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November World Ranking

The World Ranking of November is out ! Two Asian three-cone events in November (Wuyishan and IFSC 2014) made some changes for this month’s rankings. 


A mistake was made last month, in the October’s Slides Ranking. Please, check the new October Ranking online. We apologize for the wrong information given. According to the corrections in October’s ranking, we have a big news - We have a new leader in the Women's Slides World Ranking, for the first time of the Slides World Ranking history since October !!! 


Freestyle Slides Women : We have a new world number one! The Slides World Champion 2014, Bohdana Hotsko (Esp), won 2 place and is up to the top of the world ranking. She is the first skater to replace the one and only leader of the Women's Slides World Ranking, Olga Fokina (Rus) who is down to the second place for the first time of the Slides World Ranking history. The best up is for Maryna Boiko (Ukr), who won 6 places and entered the TOP-10 at the rank #7.


Freestyle Slides Men : No changes this month, but according to the mistake in the October’s ranking, here is fresh information. The Slides World Champion 2014, Huang Hai Yang (Chn) is still on the top of the World Ranking. Brais Garcia (Esp), after his second place at the WFSC 2014, won 6 places and is up to the 2nd place. The best up last month was for Denis Lamtsov (Rus), who won 9 places and entered the TOP-10 at the rank #8. Chung Yung Tzu (Tpe) lost 4 places and is down to the 9th place.


Freestyle Men : Sergey Timchenko (Rus) is still at the top of the World Ranking. Ye Hao Qin (Chn) won 3 places and is up to the second place. Because of what Alexandre Claris (Fra)Zhang Hao (Chn) and Romain Lebois (Fra) lost 1 place and are down to the rank from 3rd to 5th respectively. The best up this month is for Sawangsri Kanchanok (Tha), thanks to his victory at the IFSC Battle 2014, he won 12 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #12; and for Zheng Yi Fei (Chn) who won 84 places and is up to the 20th place. Li Yu Chen (Chn) is up to the 16th place (+6).


Freestyle Women : Daria Kuznetsova (Rus) is still on the top of the World Ranking. The Classic Junior winner of the IFSC and Wuyishan 2014, Feng Hui (Chn) won 4 places and is up to the 5th place. Because of what Zoe Granjon (Fra)Angelika Prucnal (Pol)Anastasia Zenkova (Rus) and Ksenija Komarchuk (Ukr) lost 1 place and are down to the rank from 6th to 9th respectively. The best up this month is for Wang Ding Yu Xin (Chn) who won 28 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #16. 


Speed Men : Savio Brivio (Ita) is still at the top of the World Ranking. The best up this month is for Ye Hao Qin (Chn), who won 24 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #5 and Li Yu Chen (Chn), who won 21 places and is up to the 17th place. Jimmy Fort (Fra) and Guo Fang (Chn) lost 2 places and are down to the 6th and 7th places respectively. Yu Jin Seong (Kor) is up to the 10th place (+8).


 

Speed Women : Wang Tzu Chien (Tpe), is still at the top of the World Ranking. The best up this month is for Camilla Morbidoni (Ita), who won 17 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #8 and for Angelika Prucnal (Pol) who won 12 places and is up to the 12th place. Barbara Bossi (Ita) is down to the third place (-1) and Zoe Granjon (Fra) is taking the second place (+1). 

 

Check out the full rankings here.

Savio Brivio : "My goal for the next season is a new record..."


 

Speed Slalom World Champion 2014, Savio Brivio with a small interview about his victory, new wssa world record and his first place at the world ranking…


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New video : IFSC 2014


Here is the new video, made by TienQ, showing the best moments of the IFSC 2014, which was held on November 28 - 30 in Singapore. Enjoy!

 

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New video : Rzeszów Slalom Battle 2014

 

Here is the new video of the Rzeszów Slalom Battle 2014, showing the best moments of this event, which was held on November 14 - 15 in Poland.

 

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Daria Kuznetsova : "I am happy that all my efforts were crowned with such a big success! So good to know that it's worth to train so hard..."



A short interview with the current world number one and 2014 double European and World Champion after her great feats at the WFSC 2014…

 

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Sergey Timchenko : "I really wanted to win this competition, but I knew that it would not be easy."


Interview with the current world number one in Freestyle and brand-new Classic World Champion, Sergey Timchenko, on the 2014 World Freestyle Skating Championships...


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Bohdana Hotsko : "I was training hard, believing that I would win one day, but I didn't expect it so soon, and at the World Championships !"


The 2014 Vice European Champion in Slides, Bohdana Hotsko, won her first World title, becoming the brand-new Slides World Champion. Here is an interview with Bohdana after her victory...

 

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October World Ranking

The World Ranking of October is out !  The World Freestyle Skating Championships (WFSC) brought some changes to the World Ranking! We have a new leader of the Men's Speed Slalom World Ranking !!!


A mistake was made in the October’s Slides Ranking. Please, check the new October Ranking online. We apologize for the wrong information given. According to the corrections in October’s ranking, we have a big news - We have a new leader in the Women's Slides World Ranking, for the first time of the Slides World Ranking history since October !!!


Speed Men : Savio Brivio (Ita), thanks to his victory at the WFSC 2014, won 2 places and is up to the top of the World Ranking for the first time of his career! He is the 4th Italian to be men’s speed slalom world n.1 after T.FerrariL.Ulivieri and S.Nai OleariSimone Nai Oleari (Ita) is down to the second place after two months of being at the TOP. The best up this month is for Alan Rayer (Fra), who won 18 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #19 and Zheng Jia Ming (Chn), who won 14 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #7. Jimmy  Fort (Fra), after his second place at the WFSC, won 5 places and is up to the 4th place; his brother, Yohan Fort (Fra) is up to the 9th place (+9). Guo Fang (Chn) lost 3 places and is down to the 5th place. 


Freestyle Slides Women : We have a new world number one! The Slides World Champion 2014, Bohdana Hotsko (Esp), won 2 place and is up to the top of the world ranking. She is the first skater to replace the one and only leader of the Women's Slides World Ranking, Olga Fokina (Rus) who is down to the second place for the first time of the Slides World Ranking history.


Speed Women : No change in the top 5 for the women's ranking this month. The fresh Speed Slalom World Champion, Wang Tzu Chien (Tpe), is still at the top of the World Ranking. The best up this month is for Valentina Pashkova (Rus), who won 9 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #14.


Freestyle Men : The Classic World Champion 2014, Sergey Timchenko (Rus) is still at the top of the World Ranking. Alexandre Claris (Fra), after his great result at the WFSC, won 3 places and is up to the second place. The Battle World Champion 2014, Zhang Hao (Chn) won 1 place and is up to the 3rd place.  Romain Lebois (Fra) is down to the 4th place (-2). 


Freestyle Women : Double World Champion 2014, Daria Kuznetsova (Rus) is still on the top of the World Ranking. Su Fei Qian (Chn) lost 2 places and is down to the 4th place. Klaudia Hartmanis (Pol) and Maryna Boiko (Ukr) are up to the 2nd and 3rd places respectively. The best up this month is for Sofia Bogdanova (Rus) who won 10 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #13. Guan Yu Xiang (Chn) won 7 places and is up to the 11th place. 


Freestyle Slides Men : According to the mistake in the October’s ranking, here is fresh information. The Slides World Champion 2014, Huang Hai Yang (Chn) is still on the top of the World Ranking. Brais Garcia (Esp), after his second place at the WFSC 2014, won 6 places and is up to the 2nd place. The best up last month was for Denis Lamtsov (Rus), who won 9 places and entered the TOP-10 at the rank #8. Chung Yung Tzu (Tpe) lost 4 places and is down to the 9th place.

 

 

Check out the full rankings here.

2014 WFSC : DAY 4 – BATTLE FREESTYLE


 


Battle was the closing competition of the 2014 WFSC in Paris, and mobilized the whole Sunday. The competition resumed with the 1/8th finals for both categories of Women's and Men's...


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2014 WFSC : DAY 3 – CLASSIC FREESTYLE


 

The third day of the 2014 World Championships of Freestyle Skating held in Paris, was fully dedicated to Freestyle Classic Slalom...

 

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2014 WFSC : DAY 2 – SPEED SLALOM & PAIR CLASSIC


After Slides and Jumps on the first day, Speed Slalom was the key-discipline of that second day of competition. Classic Freestyle appetizers followed, with the Pair competition and the Senior Women's qualifications...


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2014 WFSC : DAY 1 – BATTLE QUALIFIERS, SLIDES & JUMPS


 

38 countries are represented by 170 skaters are taking part in 6 disciplines of Freestyle throughout the four days of World Freestyle Skating Championships 2014…


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Video profile : Klaudia Hartmanis & Michał Sulinowski


Here is a special video, made by Cezary Powierza, featuring Klaudia Hartmanis & Michał Sulinowski.


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The 2014 Junior European Champions


 

The 6th edition of EFSC was the first European Championship with a Junior category in Speed Slalom and Classic Freestyle. Here is an interview with the 2014 Junior European Champions...


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Aleksey Martsenyuk & Olga Fokina : 2014 Slides European Champions



Here are interviews with the winners of the Slides competition at the European Championship: Aleksey Martsenyuk (Ukr, #139) and Olga Fokina (Rus, #1).


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Video profile : Sofia Bogdanova 2014

 

 

Here is the new video by Denis Shirobokov about young and talented Sofia Bogdanova.

 

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Tiffany Derisbourg & Jimmy Fort : 2014 Speed Slalom European Champions

 

 

They are the French Power: The fastest skaters of the 2014 European Championships brought two gold medals to their country. Here is are flash-interviews with the Speed Slalom winners…

 

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Angelika Babiy : "Any kid is able to become a real athlete, just for some it takes more time than others…"

 

 

The following interview features Angelika Babiy, the founder and instructor of the kids roller school Miniroller.ru, as well as the coach of Sergey Timchenko, who is none the less than the new #1 at the World Ranking...

 

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Daria Kuznetsova & Sergey Timchenko : Classic and Battle European Champions 2014

 

 

Here is an interview with Daria Kuznetsova & Sergey Timchenko, after their victory at the European Championships and before the World Championships 2014.

 

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September World Ranking

The World Ranking of September is out !  The European Freestyle Skating Championships (EFSC) and the Asian Roller Skating Championships (ARSC) brought a lot of changes to the World Ranking! We have new leaders of the Men's Freestyle Slalom and the Women's Speed Slalom World Rankings !!!

 

Freestyle Men : Thanks to his double victory in the EFSC, Sergey Timchenko (Rus) became the world number one for the first time of his career! He is the first Russian skater in the Men's Freestyle World ranking’s history to reach the first place. Romain Lebois (Fra) lost 1 place and is down to the second place. The best up this month is for Liao Jie (Chn) who won 21 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #16 and for Antonio Castro Zamora (Esp), who won 11 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #18.  

 

Speed Women : After one year on the top of the World Ranking (since September 2013), Barbara Bossi (Ita) is down to the second place. Wang Tzu Chien (Tpe), fresh champion of Asia, and current World Champion, won 3 places and is up to the top of the World Ranking for the first time of her career. She is the first Asian skater, in the Women's Speed Slalom World Ranking history to reach the first place, she’s also the first Chinese Taipei’s skater to become world number one in a slalom discipline. The fresh European Champion, Tiffany Derisbourg (Fra) won 2 places and is up to the 4th place, her best ranking so far after her 5th place in September 2011. Cristina Rotunno (Ita) lost 3 places and is down to the 5th place.

 

Freestyle Women : Kuznetsova Daria (Rus) is still on the top of the World Ranking, and confirmed her lead with a double victory at the EFSC for the third time in the row. Su Fei Qian (Chn) won 3 places and is up to the second place. The best up this month is for Anastasia Zenkova (Rus) who won 16 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #12 and for Guan Yu Xiang (Chn), who won 15 places and came back in the TOP-20 at the rank #18. Park Yun Ji (Kor) is back in the TOP-20 at the rank #16 (+7).

 

Speed Men : Simone Nai Oleari (Ita) is still at the top of the World Ranking. The best up this month is for the Fort brothers. The European Champion, Jimmy Fort (Fra) won 27 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #9. Yohan Fort (Fra) won 20 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #18. Yang Hsin Chiao (Tpe) won 18 places and is up to the 15th place.

 

Freestyle Slides Men : The new Asian Champion, Huang Hai Yang (Chn) is still on the top of the World Ranking. Kirill Ryazantsev (Rus) won 1 place and is up to the 2nd place. Zeng You Xing (Chn) is down to the 3rd place (-1). Lin Yao (Chn) lost 3 places and is down to the 9th place. Roberto Rosato (Ita) entered the TOP-10 at the rank #10 (+1).

 

 

Freestyle Slides Women : The European Champion, Fokina Olga (Rus) is still at the top of the world ranking. Yulia Korolyova (Rus), after her good results in the EFSC, won 3 places and is up to the 4th place. Angelika Prucnal (Pol) and Carlyle Lim (Mas) lost 3 places and are down to the 7th and 8th places respectively. 

 

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Official pictures of the EFSC 2014

 

 

Here is the official album of the EFSC 2014 by Anthony Finocchiaro.

 

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The official video of the Slalom em Ribeirão 2

 

Here is the official video of the Slalom em Ribeirão 2, showing the best moments of this event, which was held on July 19 - 20 in Brazil.

 

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WSSA European Freestyle Skating Championships 2014

 

 

 

 

The 6th European Freestyle Skating Championships 2014 was held on September, 19th-21st, in Italy. Around 140 skaters from 15 countries were competing in the main disciplines : Classic Freestyle Slalom, Battle Freestyle, Speed Slalom and Freestyle Slides for the European Champion title.

 

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The official video of the Shanghai Slalom Open 2014

 

 

 

Here is the official video of 2014 edition of the Shanghai Slalom Open by Ban Ban & Ericdaryl. This edit shows the best moments of this event held on August 8th - 10th.

 

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WORLD FREESTYLE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2014 - PARIS - FRANCE

 

 

The 2014 World Freestyle Skating Championship will be held on October, 21-26, in Paris. During these days the best skaters from all around the world will compete in all the main disciplines: Speed Slalom, Freestyle Classic, Freestyle Battle, Freestyle Slides, Pair Freestyle Slalom and also Free Jump. To take part in the most important event 2014 and to find all the important information, please, check the WFSC webpage.

Daria Kuznetsova and Romain Lebois : back at the top of the Freestyle Slalom World Ranking

 

 

The last month brought a lot of changes to the WSSA World Ranking. The main news was the come back of Daria Kuznetsova (Rus) and Romain Lebois (Fra) at the top of the World Ranking...

 

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August World Ranking

The World Ranking of August is out !  There are a lot of changes this month after two main Asian events - Shanghai and Lishui Slalom Open and a « prime » event in Gava, Spain !!! 

We have 3 new leaders in the Men's and Women's Freestyle World Rankings and in Men's Speed Slalom ranking as well  !!!

 

Freestyle Men : The world leader of the previous three months, Yu Jin Seong (Kor) lost two places and is down to the rank #3. Zhang Hao (Chn) also lost two positions and is down from the second place to the fourth place. Thank to that Lebois Romain (Fra) came back to the first place of the world ranking. This year, he managed to keep the lead only during April. Let's see how long he will be able to stay on the top of the world ranking. The young Timchenko Sergey (Rus), thanks to his double victory in the Shanghai Slalom Open, won two more places and is very close now to the first place, taking the second place only 10 points behind the french skater. The best up this month is for Li Yu Chen (Chn), who won 20 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #16 and for Batiz López Ricardo (Mex), who won 9 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #20. Ricardo is the first North American, to enter the TOP-20 in the Men's Freestyle World Ranking history. 

 

Freestyle Women : Kuznetsova Daria (Rus), thanks to her victory in the Shaghai Slalom Open, came back to the top of the World Ranking. She was leading all the last year so we will keep an eye on her for the next big events. After seven months of leading the Women's Freestyle World Ranking, Su Fei Qian (Chn) lost 4 places and is down to the 5th place. De Sensi Federica (Ita) is up to 11th place (+8). The best up this month is for Villavicencio Sandoval Carolina (Mex), who thanks her participation in Asia, won 88 places and entered the TOP-20 at the rank #20 for the first time of her career. She is the first Mexican, to enter the TOP-20 in the Women's Freestyle World Ranking history.

 

Speed Men : Thanks to his victory in Shanghai Slalom Open, Nai Oleari Simone (Ita) came back to the top of the World Ranking. After one month of leading, Guo Fang (Chn) lost one position and is down to the second place. Yu Jin Seong (Kor) is down to the 14th place (-8). The best up this month is for Quiriconi Nicolas (Ita) who, thanks to his good results in the Shanghai and Lishui Slalom Open, won 32 places and entered TOP-20 at the rank # 17.

 

Speed Women : Bossi Barbara (Ita) is still on the top of the world ranking. Rotunno Cristina (Ita), thanks to her victory in the Lishui Slalom Open, won 3 places and is up to the 2nd position. Taking the second place in Lishui, Derisbourg Tiffany (Fra) is up to the 6th place (+9). Lysenko Kristina (Rus) lost 7 places and is down to the 11th place.  De Sensi Federica (Ita) is up to the 9 place (+10). 

 

Freestyle Slides Men : Huang Hai Yang (Chn) is still on the top of the World Ranking. The best up is for Lin Yao (Chn), who thanks to his good results in the Shanghai and Lishui Slalom Open, won 22 places and entered the TOP-10 at the rank #6. Rubio Mesas Enrique (Esp), thanks to his victory in Gava, is up to the 9 place (+14). Garcia Fernandez Brais (Esp), who took the second place in the Gava competition, entered the TOP-10 at the rank #10, winning 7 places.

 

 

Freestyle Slides Women : Fokina Olga (Rus) is still on the top of the world ranking. Hotsko Bohdana (Esp), thanks to her victory in Gava, won 3 places and is up to the 3rd place. Fatmi Garcia Miriam (Esp), thanks to her good results in Asia, won 20 places and entered the TOP-10 at the rank #6. Liu Wan (Chn) lost 6 places and is down to the 9th place. Ondono Monteagudo Julia (Esp) won 3 places and is up to the 10th place. 

 

 

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Lishui Slalom Open 2014

 

 

The fourth edition of Lishui Slalom Open was held on August, 20-24. The competitors were competing in the main disciplines : Classic Freestyle Slalom, Pair Freestyle Slalom, Battle Freestyle, Speed Slalom and Freestyle Slides...

 

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Shanghai Slalom Open 2014

 

 

The oldest Chinese event, Shanghai Slalom Open (SSO), was held this year on the 8-10 August. During these days the best skaters from all around the world were competing in 5 disciplines...

 

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Conero Roller - XMasters Award Battle

 

 

 

Conero Roller - XMasters Award Battle took place in Senigallia, Italy. The competition included Classic, Battle and Speed Slalom...

 

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July World Ranking

The World Ranking of July is out !!! Many changes appeared after the Rollerclub Cup competition ! There are new leaders of the Speed Slalom and Slides Men's ranking !

 

Speed Men : For the first time this year we have a new world number one in the Men's Speed Slalom ranking. Guo Fang (Chn), 6 years after having been world n.1 during 4 months (May to August 2008) is back at the top ! After 23 months on the top, Nai Oleari Simone (Ita) lost the 1st place this month and is down to the 2nd place letting Guo Fang go up to the first place.  Lebois Romain (Fra) won 5 places and is up to the 4th place. Yu Jin Seong (Kor) and Wu Dong Yan (Tpe) won 5 places and are up to the 6th and 7th places respectively. Sulinowski Michal (Pol) won 6 places and is up to the 9th place. De Araujo Diego (Bra) lost 19 places and is out from the TOP-20.

 

Speed Women : Bossi Barbara (Ita) is still on the top of the world ranking, in her whole career, she beated C.Seyres' record with a new total of 34 months at the top. Rotunno Cristina (Ita) and Hartmanis Klaudia (Pol) lost 3 places and are down to the 5th and 6th places respectively. Granjon Zoe (Fra) and Wang Tzu Chien (Tpe) won 2 places and are up to the 2nd and 3rd places respectively. Lysenko Kristina (Rus) won 6 places and is up to the 4th place.

 

Freestyle Slides Men : For the first time since the beginning of the world ranking's history, Ryazantsev Kirill (Rus) lost two places and is down from the top of the world ranking to the 3rd place. Huang Hai Yang (Chn) is the new world number one (+1 place) for the first time in his career. Zeng You Xing (Chn) won two places and is up to the 2nd place. The best up this month is for Claris Alexandre (Fra) who, thanks to his victory in the Rollerclub Cup, won 93 places and entered TOP-20 at the rank # 6.

 

Freestyle Slides Women : Fokina Olga (Rus) is still on the top of the world ranking. Prucnal Angelika (Pol) won 4 places and is up to the 4 place. Lim Carlyle (Mas)Hotsko Bohdana (Esp) and Korolyova Yulia (Rus) won 5 places and are up to the rank 5th to 7th respectively.

 

Freestyle Men : Yu Jin Seong (Kor) is still on the top of the world ranking. Lebois Romain (Fra) lost 1 place this month and is down to the 3rd place.  Zhang Hao (Chn) is up to the 2nd place (+1). Timchenko Sergey (Rus), thanks to his double victory in the Rollerclub Cup, won 3 places and is up to the 4th place. Because of what Sulinowski Michal (Pol)Claris Alexandre (Fra) and Lee Choong Goon (Kor) lost 1 place and are down to the rank 5th to 7th respectively. Shitov Andrey (Rus), who didn't compete in the Rollerclub Cup this year, lost 10 places and is out from the TOP-20.

 

Freestyle Women : No change in the top 6 for the women's ranking this month. Su Fei Qian (Chn) is still on the top of the world ranking. The best up this month is for Bogdanova Sofia (Rus) who, thanks to her good results in the Rollerclub Cup, won 22 places and entered TOP-20 at the rank # 15. Semenikhina Olga (Rus) lost 4 places and is down to the 11th place. Feng Hui (Chn) won 2 places and is up to the 8 place.

 

Check out the full rankings here.

New video : SEBA TEAM CHINA

 

 

Here is the new video by Anthony Finocchiaro, presents the SEBA Team China, featuring Feng Hui, Guo Fang, Lan Wang Heng & Ye Hao Qin.

 

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New video : Battle XMasters 2014

 

The new video of the Battle XMasters by Michał Sulinowski is online !!!

 

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Rollerclub Cup 2014

 

 

The russian main event was held in Moscow, on July 25-27. The Rollerclub Cup included all the disciplines : speed slalom, battle and also classic and slides…

 

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Anson Chan : "I am happy to see that slalom skating is starting to grow in HK…"

 

 

 

2013 season was very impressive for Anson Chan. He wrote a new page in the history of roller sports in HongKong. Anson is the first HK skater who won medals in the Chinese National Championship and in the World Freestyle Skating Championships...

 

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Igor Cheremetieff : "I’m a judge now but I’m far from having stopped skating…"

 

 

 

Igor is an iconic figure for the skating community. He inspires skaters all over the world with his performances. This year he decided to put an end to his sports career. Here is an interview with the newly retired freestyler...

 

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