Marc Paré continues to shine in the PWA circuit. In this occasion he got a brilliant seventh place at this week's event in Sylt, 3rd round of the season, which leaves him ranked 9th in the overall standings.

After experiencing success just a week ago by clinching the Euopean Championship in Denmark, Paré took part in the third PWA Wave event of the year in Sylt, Germany, traditionally one of the most demanding and tough spots of the world circuit due to the huge variety of conditions this wonderful island can produce.

The Catalan rising star didn't have to wait too much to display all his talent over the powerful waves from Sylt, and won his opening heat against France's Jules Denel with a solid performance. Alex Mussolini awaited Paré in the second round, an athlete who is sharing a great battle with for the 8th place of the overall ranking. The youngster from Manlleu got the best from his country fellow and was able to take a clear victory by a five points margin. Going onto the next round Paré faced Victor Fernández, the reigning World Champion was going to be a tough rival to overtake, and despite the efforts from Paré and a close heat he finally dropped to the double elimination.

When in the double, Paré didn't have to get back in action until round 4 thanks to his great performance in the single, and guess what, it was again Jules Denel who appeared as Paré's rival after the France's produced an exceptional comeback. The newly crowned European Champion was victorious again after scoring one of the best punctuations of the day to then met Browne in the semifinals. Both athletes held an amazing heat that wasn't decided until the latest stages. Paré couldn't beat the Brazilian, ending up 7th in Sylt.

This is an excellent result for him as it betters his previous 9th in 2017, which was until this year's event, his best result in Sylt, and it helps him stablish inside the PWA Top 10 overall ranking, he currently sits in 9th not far away from 8th and 7th. Paré has been able to finish within the 10 best athletes in every event so far this year, and will be heading to Hawaii, last showdown of the season, with high chances to get his best ever PWA ranking in the premier class.


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