Daniella Rosas posted the second best single wave score in the women's competition on day three of the 2022 ISA World Surfing Games heading into the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Daniella Rosas participates in the 2022 ISA World Surfing Games. Photo: @Olympics.
A new day of the International Surfing Association (ISA) World Surfing Games 2022 towards the Paris 2024 Olympic Games began this Monday at Huntington Beach in California (United States). In this sense, the participation of Daniella Rosas received applause due to her great performance in the competition.
The Peruvian athlete obtained a wave of 8.77 points which became the second best single wave score in the women's competition so far, behind local Gabriela Bryan's 9 points.
The news was shared through the @Olympics Twitter account, which also uploaded the video of the national surfer's participation. Instantly, users downloaded the clip to share it on different social networks and congratulated the compatriot.
“Good Daniella, keep going like this”, “Congratulations for the happiness to the country”, “You are a great athlete and you have always shown it”, “To get the ticket to Paris”, “We will always support you” or “You have the encouragement of Peruvians”, were some of the messages from Internet users.
It is important to mention that the ISA competitions serve to accumulate points in order to qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games and the next one is in 2023. In this sense , Daniella Rosas has started off on the right foot and will fight to get the coveted spot.
14-year-old Daniella Rosas 🇵🇪 earned a 8.77 point wave, the second best single wave score in the women's competition so far!
— The Olympic Games (@Olympics) September 19, 2022