From the start of this Sunday, the level of some young riders in the U17 category and the top of the amateurs' ranking could have justified their participation in Pro, and each contest seems to illustrate a new stage in their progression.
At the end of this tenth edition of the FISE Canet-en-Roussillon, the Pros final offered a tight battle between the French Anthony Jeanjean and the Argentinian José Torres. This one literally flew over the contest placing all his tricks higher than everyone else, and brought his entire heat to an international dimension. Facing so much style and originality, Jeanjean challenged himself by opening his run with a committed Flair Drop, and pushed himself to use every part of the Park, which allowed him to stand out. Third place went to the English Cam Peake, as always particularly creative, who notably illustrated his unique style by a Hang Five on the Rainbow.