Did we track wrong Brazilian Storm?
Look down to the WQS then batten down the hatches!
Have you been tracking these hurricanes, Harvey, Irma and Jose? Watching them form, bob, weave, dissipate and grow? It’s fascinating and what’s most fascinating is they way they defy prediction. The experts, weathermen, etc. can all postulate all they want but the storm decides what its going to do and only decides at the very last second.
Much like the Brazilian Storm!
Do you remember the predictions of Brazilian dominance from five or such years ago? They were going to win, win, win, win, win, win, win. There was going to be so much winning that the country of Brazil would be sick of winning.
Gabby won and it seemed on. Adriano won and it seemed go-ish time but then… stall. John John took the wind and it seems as if all the winning was overstated. I mean, I guess two out of three ain’t bad but it never seemed… dominant.
But maybe just maybe we were tracking the wrong Brazilian Storm? Maybe the Gabriel Medina led hurricane wasn’t the one?
For if you look down at the WQS all you see is Brazil.
Crazy no? Most of these will be filling into the Championship Tour in the coming two years and then will a non-Brazilian ever win again?
Is this second Brazilian Storm an actual Category 5? Read about it here!