Phil Book with a super stylish double whip. Yes this was a double that he pulled clean right into a huge turndown on the quarter after the box.
Tim Oliver and I have been kicking it for years, so much so that I told him what tricks I wanted to see in his run, and he didn't let me down. (except for the 540, he ran out of time for)
A lot of people came from out of state to this contest and that was super rad! What was a bummer is that I didn't get all of their names so, I don't know who this is. The mini got a lot of riding during practice, but not much during the runs.
Nic aka Pirate is always super fun to watch. He owned this section of the course, ice to bar was one of his filler tricks.
This guy ruled, he broke his chain in the first run. Took his entire second run with no chain and did stuff like this no hander at height. I also liked how his shirt matched the back wall and I hope he got an extra point for it.
After seeing so many whips and flips it was nice to see this guy get his tech on, this photo is only one part of what he had going with this trick.
Again I wish I had some names, but everyone wore black so it was going to be hard to keep track any how. This dude could clearly blast some height.
I know this guy, Karl Hinkley made the drive up from Nebraska you may know his clothing company NOWEAR he also rocked some tech tricks of his own.
This kid was Flair crazy and most likely did 25+ during the day. He also did a lot other wild jumps like motorcross cliff hangers.
AJ Haines took the win in Pro class, with huge flipwhip, 360 lookback to down side whip, and other wild stuff. I liked this fakie wall ride to barspin out. If I would have known the barspin was coming I would have taken the photo later.
Again the contest was a blast and a great way to not think about winter, thanks to Kurt and everyone that helped put it together.