Local hero Aguska Mnich and French rising star Tristan Gac earn extraordinary wins at WFFA Pulse Sopot 2024

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WFFA Pulse Sopot 2024, the second European Pulse Event in history, took place between June 8th and 9th in the beautiful coastal city of Sopot, Poland. The competition featured an intense 1×1 battle format, where the continent’s top freestylers clashed to determine the champions of the male and female categories. A packed arena, specially constructed for the event, witnessed the tricks of the most skilful Freestyle Football athletes in the continent, who once again pushed the boundaries of the sport and took it to a whole new level.

In the female bracket, the World Champion beat the Super Ball Champion, as local Polish hero Aguska Mnich came out on top after a thrilling final against extraordinary British talent Izzy Wilkins. The male final was also exhilarating, with young starlet Tristan Gac from France beating the current Super Ball champion, Jesse Marlet from the Netherlands.

Apart from the four finalists, six more world-class athletes (three females and three males) earned their places in the upcoming World Freestyle Football Championship:

  • Yoanna Dallier, France
  • Nicolas ‘Nicox’ Rivière, France
  • Anastasia Bagaglini, Italy
  • Leon Vizan, UK
  • Sofie Johannsen, Denmark
  • Joan Sitjar, Spain

The stage is now set for an unforgettable showdown at Pulse CDMX, where the best freestylers in North America will face off against each other in late July to cover six more spots (three women and three men) at the World Finals later in the year.

Experience again all the thrills of Pulse Sopot 2024 thanks to the official live stream of its Finals:

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