Join the Fantasy Team Game!

Fans from all over the world have the opportunity to be part of the Online World Cup Series and show how well they know the sport 27 Jun 2020
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By World Para Powerlifting

The third Online World Cup Series is underway and now it is time for the Fantasy Team Game.

Para powerlifting fans from all over the world have the opportunity to show how well they know the sport. 

Here you can find all the information to join the World Para Powerlifting Fantasy Team Game.

How does it work?

Click on the Fantasy Team Game registration page and create your team by selecting two female and two male athletes who took part in the Online World Cup Series.

Then you can compare yourself with the Team Captains, your friends and the other participants. 

Who are the Team Captains?

Paralympic champions Amalia Perez (Team Blue) and Sherif Osman (Team Red), Italian national team coach Alessandro Boraschi (Team Yellow) and World Par Powerlifting Head of Competition Pedro Meloni (Team Green) are the four captains. 

They follow the same rules as other participants of the Fantasy Team Game, selecting two female and two male athletes to their teams.

Perez was the winner of the first edition and Meloni finished in first place in the second one.

You can find more information about the Team Captain draft on World Para Powerlifting Facebook page (below).

3rd Online Draft

Watch LIVE the 3rd Team Captains online draft! Who will they choose for their teams?

Geplaatst door World Para Powerlifting op Donderdag 25 juni 2020

When will the results be announced?

The results will be announced on Tuesday, 30 June, on World Para Powerlifting website and social media pages.

You can look at the other teams registered on the Fantasy Team Game clicking on this link.

Who won the first Fantasy Team Game?

Karmen Zuluaga of Colombia was the winner. She scored 624.53 points selecting her compatriots Fabio Torres and Javier Cantillo, Russia’s Vera Muratova and Mexico’s Amalia Perez.

Brazil’s Debora Bretas took the second place with 622.62 and Mexico’s Oscar Carrillo was third with 614.01.