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Overall Team:
1. Hawaii – 21,168 gold medal
2. France – 20,872, silver medal
3. Australia – 20,628, bronze medal
4. USA – 18,418, copper medal

Boys U18:
1. Luan Wood (BRA), gold medal
2. Elivelton Santos (BRA), silver medal
3. Lucca Mesina (PER), bronze medal
4. Imai DeVault (HAW), copper medal

Girls U18:
1. Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW), gold medal
2. Kim Veteau (FRA), silver medal
3. Tia Blanco (USA), bronze medal
4. Leilani McGonagle (CRI), copper medal

Boys U16:         
1. Leo-Paul Etienne (FRA), gold medal
2. Joe Van Dijk (AUS), silver medal
3. Nolan Rapoza (USA), bronze medal
4. Griffin Colapinto (USA), copper medal

Girls U16:
1. Mahina Maeda (HAW), gold medal
2. Leilani McGonagle (CRI), silver medal
3. Laura Poncini (AUS), bronze medal
4. Maddie Peterson (USA), copper medal


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