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GKA Air Games Cabarete 2018 – The Battle for the Best Trick

The Big Send-off Session in Cabarete Paul Serin – Board-off board spin and product placement on point With the main even wrapped up yesterday, today it was all about the Best Trick competition. The riders would be released on to the water one at a time, with the chance to go for one old school trick and one wakestyle / new school manoeuvre to make up their score. There were two real standout riders in the men’s division – Luis Alberto Cruz and Carlos Mario. Carlos was going bigger than anyone and landed a beautifully clean ‘sent’ triple handlepass and he was gunning hard for a final shot at some glory after such a strong showing in the double eliminations. Luis Alberto Cruz goes for his triple handlepass – and sticks it! However, Carlos Mario then exploded on to the water with a kiteloop nine (a trick that could easily score him a ten from the judges in any heat) and then he landed a tweaked, clean double front roll board-off to follow up. High scoring tricks in both the new school and old school categories. Nobody match him today! Carlos ‘The Unbeaten Bebe’ Mario The men and women were …


WKL Youth Cup 2017 – Day 4 – Best trick

The fourth day of competition in Costa Brava provided us yet again with 16-18 knots of thermal wind throughout the afternoon. The Best Trick competition was run for each category, for the Boys and the Girls. The morning commenced with another clinic for the young riders, this time with Pro-rider Youri Zoon, to discuss media presence, competition, and the responsibilities of being a professional athlete. By midday, the thermal winds started to kick in, and the Best Trick competition got underway. The girls were joined together for one single heat, and the boys were divided into 8-11, 12-14, 15-16 and 17-18. Ladies were first in the water, and it was 12 year old Mikaili Sol from US/Brazil who took the lead, landing another impressive Back Mobe. She was followed by French rider Osaia Reding who rode extremely well again landing a powered S-bend to Blind. Pippa Van Irsel from the Netherlands took third place, with a very high Backside 313. For the Boys 8-11 it was Jeremy Burlando from Italy who stole the show, throwing down a solid Blind Judge and grabbing the first position. Romain Allemand from France came in second and Keiki Mar in third place. The 12-14 …

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