Tyson’s three trick submission was nearly flawless; starting out with tech, he put down a backside smith back 360 kick flip out on a picnic table. For gap, he went up an over the rail on a 9-set with an ally-oop front heel and for rail he finished strong with a feeble big flip out.
Gavin’s submission led the competition from start to finish, being both the fan and judge’s favorite. Gavin’s run started out strong with a huge backside air and never let up, also a barrage of both lip and air tricks including; frontside boardslide, Madonna disaster, baskside judo 360, backside 540 and even a crazy fronside invert 360 that looked nothing like a traditional Miller flip.
For winning their events Tyson and Gavin will both receive a $1,250 travel allowance, free entry into the event ($150 value) and will go straight to semifinals along with the six skaters preselected by Transworld Skateboarding for each event. Other top finishers for Am street include 2nd place, Liam Mcabe and 3rd place Nate Greenwood. The other top finishers for bowl were, 2nd place Asher Bradshaw and 3rd place Taylor Nye. All four of these top finishers will also receive a travel allowance and free regular entry into the event ($150 value).
A field of 48 competitors will be joining these top finishers for Dew Tour in Long Beach. The skaters in 4th – 50th place in both Street and 4th – 50th in Bowl have qualified for Dew Tour and will be skating in round one of the event on Thursday, June 15th. See below for the final results.
Thanks to everybody who participated! Dew Tour Am Street and Am Bowl kicks off on Thursday, June 15th, at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center.
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