Isabela Sousa: the queen of European bodyboarding | Photo: ETB

Brahim Iddouch and Isabela Sousa have taken out the 2019 Sen No Sen La Salie Pro in Arcachon, France.

The event was part of the 2019 European Tour of Bodyboard (ETB) and ended up playing a crucial role in the women's division.

Sousa, who has been dominating the bodyboarding scene in the Old Continent, defeated Madalena Padrela in the final.

The Brazilian athlete also secured the only Perfect 10-point ride in the contest, securing a back-to-back European title.

In the pro junior division, Nicolas Capony showed up confident and in excellent form.

After winning the world title last weekend in Viana do Castelo, the young Frenchman returned once again to the top spot.

In the final, Capony beat Javier Dominguez, with both athletes scoring some of the event's highest-scoring waves.

In the men's division, Brahim Iddouch beat Carlos Suarez. The Moroccan bodyboarder rode some of the competition's highest-scoring waves.

The next stop on the ETB schedule is the Oleaje Bodyboard Contest, which will be held from November 15 to 17 in Arucas, Canary Islands.

2019 Sen No Sen La Salie Pro | Results

1. Brahim Iddouch (MOR) 14.65
2. Carlos Suarez (ESP) 13.90

1. Isabela Sousa (BRA) 17.00
2. Madalena Padrela (POR) 9.75

Pro Junior
1. Nicolas Capony (FRA) 14.40
2. Javier Dominguez (ESP) 11.85

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