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WFFA Pulse Córdoba 2023, the first-ever Freestyle Football Pulse Event to happen in Latin America, took place in the Argentinian city of Córdoba between August 30th and September 2nd. The competition, organised in cooperation with the Asociación Cordobesa de Freestyle Futbol, featured not just a 1×1 battles competition to determine the six South American representatives at the World Final later this year, but also a series of tournaments (Challenge, Sick Three, Panna 1×1, Show Flow, Iron Man & Woman, and Routines) for the Latin American community to showcase all their skills and passion for the sport.
The qualifiers were held between August 30th and September 1st at the legendary Estadio Kempes, a massive stadium that was once an official venue for the FIFA World Cup 1978, with the finals happening on September 2nd at the Museo Metropolitano de Arte Urbano, located at the very centre of the city.
The competition crowned two emerging stars of the sport: Diana ‘Karol’ Rojer, from Panamá, and Sebastián ‘Machine’ Peña, from Colombia, took the victories in the female and male categories respectively.
The excitement did not end there, as four more freestylers (two men and two women) earned their places in the upcoming World Finals:
- Sebastián ‘Boyka’ Ortiz, Colombia
- Laura Biondo, Venezuela
- Julián Sosa, Colombia
- Marisa Cintra, Brazil
The adventure of the Pulse Series doesn’t stop here, though, and the competition will travel now to Hiroshima, in Japan, to crown the Asia-Pacific regional champions and find six more World Finalists – a total of four ladies and four gentlemen.
Experience again all the thrills of Pulse Córdoba 2023 thanks to the official live stream of its Finals:
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