The surfer does not leave with her various hands as she received a diploma for being among the eight best in the world
Hennessy Breeze ended his participation in the Tokyo Olympics after making a very worthy presentation in the quarterfinals where she was defeated by the favorite, the American Caroline marks in a heat in which the waves affected the performance of the athletes.
The adverse sea conditions put the two competitors to the test, the waves were quite uncomfortable for both of them who were looking to do some maneuver that would allow them to score and gain confidence at the start of the heat.
Marks was the first to dare to do something with a wave that could not be completed to his liking that only earned him a score of 0.37, which showed that to score you had to try even more and attack the indicated wave.
Almost four minutes into the heat, Hennessy Breeze It was launched with a complicated wave that barely managed to finish but not very aesthetic that only gave it a score of 1.17, but at that precise moment the North American managed to make a good attack and with a wave of two maneuvers that drew a lot of water and finished in a neat way which was scored high by the judges with a 6.83 that put immense pressure on the Costa Rican.
Brisa kept waiting, she needed a wise move to get into the fight and she did it with a medium wave of two maneuvers, which was scored with 4.83 (6.83 total) and it seemed that the fight was resuming but at that moment Caroline Marks took it again A strong wave, attacked her vertically and with only one maneuver but it was very well executed that gave her 5.67 so her score rose to 12.50 total.
There were about ten minutes of time left but the waves did not help Hennessy, he was looking for another but he could not connect a wave that managed to snatch the winning position from his rival.
❤️ Thank you Brisa for representing Costa Rica in that way! 🇨🇷
🏄The Costa Rican ends her participation in the Olympic Games with a very dignified presentation👇🏼👇🏼https: //t.co/526VWIS949 pic.twitter.com/cKBAnj5JUs
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With this result, Hennessy Breeze ends your participation in the Olympic Games remaining among the eight best surfers in the world, which was recognized with an Olympic diploma and with a great appreciation of all the people of Costa Rica who greatly appreciated what was done by this talented compatriot.