Stance ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship Results & Rankings 2016

This Surfline article reports that Brazil has come in as the #1 Stance ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship.

Here are some interesting tidbits from the article linked to above: "While Brazil dominated, the event’s hosts, Team USA, earned the Silver Medal. And Chile and Australia earned the Bronze and Copper Medals, respectively. Three of the four Gold Medalists from 2015’s inaugural edition successfully defended their titles: Brazil’s Fellipe Lima (AS-3, Upright), Denmark’s Bruno Hansen (AS-4, Prone) and Australia’s Mark “Mono” Stewart (AS-2, Stand/Kneel), while Spain’s Aitor Francesena (AS-VI, Visually Impaired), Brazil’s Davi Teixeira (AS-5, Assist) and South Africa’s Antony Smyth (AS-1, Stand/Kneel) won their first Gold Medals with inspirational performances."

Team Rankings

1. Brazil, Gold Medal (5598)
2. USA, Silver Medal (5109)
3. Chile, Bronze Medal (3912)
4. Australia, Copper Medal (3783)
5. Hawaii (3755)
6. South Africa (3618)
7. France (3128)
8. Costa Rica (2595)
9. Great Britain (2295)
10. Spain (1730)
11. Canada (1726)
12. Italy (1335)
13. Japan (1225)
14. Peru (1170)
15. Denmark (1000)
16. Wales (610)
16. Colombia (610)
18. Argentina (583)
19. Norway (500)
20. Mexico (450)
20. Netherlands (450)
22. Czech Republic (390)

For more details, check out the original article here.

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