Gisela Pulido makes a hole in the semifinal of the World Cup

Gisela Pulido will seek this Sunday to play the final of the Formula Kite World Championship which is being disputed in Cagliari (Italy). For now, the Spanish sailor has carved out a niche for herself in the semifinals, something that can already be considered a success, and in order to have a medal chance she will have to sign an immaculate day. You will need to win your semi-final to be in Final 4. It is complicated because they have entered as tenth classified and will start the semifinal with zero wins, but not impossible. Gisela Pulido, bronze in the European past, will rush her options.

The positive aspect, and what Gisela Pulido is grabbing, is that she has reached the last competition in the World Cup with medal options. Objective accomplished, so she will face the last day of competition without pressure. This Saturday was complicated by the low wind conditions and the national coach Antonio Mínguez explained that “these are not the optimal conditions for Gisela and it was noticeable in the first two regattas, although in the other two she had better results and they helped her get the pass to the semi-finals.” This Sunday, Pulido has no margin for error because he starts at a disadvantage compared to his three semifinal rivals. It will not have victories, while the first in its group will have two and the second, one. Y the series will end when a sailor manages to add three victories. For this reason, Gisela Pulido would be forced to make a plenary session to access Final 4. The American Daniela Moroz and the French Lauriane Nolot went straight to the final as first classified and will wait for the winners of the two semifinals.

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The balance of Gisela Pulido’s World Championship to date is positive, and this is what Mínguez confirmed: “The championship started well, with good feelings, good speed, few mistakes and being regular, which was one of its weak points”. This Sunday, for the last step. Secondly, In the men’s category, Alejandro Climent, the only Spanish representative in the gold group, finished 23rd overall and will not play the semifinals, reserved for the top ten.

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