Super Low Chimichanga Right 8B+ by Alex Puccio


Thursday, 14 May

Alex Puccio has done her sixth 8B+, Super Low Chimichanga Right in Coal Creek. "Adds a 4 move V8-9 into the V13. Chimichanga is really my style to a T so not too sure of the grade. The super low is definitely harder the shorter you are. You have to do more moves and get really spread out!" The 30-year-old has also recorded four 8B's which means she has done a total of 36. In spite of having several injuries during the last year, she has more or less been the #1 ranked female for seven years straight. In 2009, Alex won the second WC she entered and in 2018, she won the last she did. In between, she made it to the podium twelve times including getting the silver in the World Championship in 2014.

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