The Brazilian Overground Flatland Series had 3 stops this year in Itapevi, Canoas and last week in Uberlandia. We're happy to see that M.U.F. Association is organizing a proper contest series in Brazil. The final results have been published and Balu is the 2015 Pro Class Overgrund Champion! Congratulations!
JVM Tricks started posting highlight edits of the 4 classes. So far the amateur and beginner class edits are online.
You can find the final rankings for 2015 and the round 3 results below.
Final Ranking 2015 Pro: 1st Sergio Ricardo Balu 2nd Gilberto Rocha 3rd Fagner Richter 4th Willian Buiu 5th Bruno Morotti 6th Romulo Guerra 7th Mateus Beckman 8th Francisco Lima 9th Gabriel Gomes 10th Gian Carlos 11th Pedro Nascimento 12th Gabriel Noel 13th Luis dos Santos 14th Lisias Tabarelli
Final Ranking 2015 Top 8 Master: 1st Alcino A. da Costa 2nd Minoro 3rd Reinaldo Gomes 4th Julio Cesar 5th Pedro Nascimento 6th Antonio Carlos 7th Pedro Luz 8th Gilberto Jose
Final Ranking 2015 Top 8 Amateur: 1st Marcio Soares 2nd Waldei Fernando 3rd Fernando Takeshi 4th Alex Mendes 5th Daniel Herinque 6th Hudson dos Santos 7th Wagner Piolho 8th Rafael Paes
Final Ranking 2015 Top 8 Beginner: 1st Lucas Gasparini 2nd Lucas Hideki 3rd Lucas Emanuel Canoas 4th Leanro Alves Ramos 5th Eduardo Cazazzana 6th Daniel Nunes da Silva 7th Robson Freitas 8th Marcelo de Souza Munhoz
Round 3 Pro: 1st Bruno Morotti 2nd Romulo Guerra 3rd Sergio Balu 4th Pedro Nascimento 5th Gilberto Rocha 6th Francisco Lima 7th Fagner Richter 8th Willian Buiu 9th Gabriel Gomes
Round 3 Master: 1st Antonio Carlos 2nd Gilberto Jose 3rd Alcina A. da Costa 4th Reinaldo Gomes 5th Lociano Cedro 6th Valkir Juliano 7th Minoro 8th Julio Cesar
Round 3 Amateur: 1st Marcio Soares 2nd Camilo Verissimo 3rd Waldei Fernando 4th Hudson dos Santos 5th Fernando Takeshi 6th Daniel Herinque 7th Rafael Paes 8th Wagner Piolho
Round 3 Beginner: 1st Lucas Gasparini 2nd Leandro Alves Ramos 3rd Daniel Nunes da Silva 4th Marcelo de Souza Munhoz