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Final Jou nan Natifnatal ki yo Planch US prezante pa AWT la

[ 0 ] Jiyè 27, 2012 |


Jou kat nan la 2012 US planch Natifnatal ki prezante pa Tour a planch Endyen te yon jou windiest nan semèn nan. Jou an te kòmanse byen bonè ak de ras Fòmil anvan ou deplase nan de jij plen slalom epi ki fini ak yon Sesyon Ekspresyon akrobatik. Ou pa ka mande pou anyen plis… yon pafè twa disiplin jou.

Aksyon fòmil:
Phil McGain pwouve parya yon lòt fwa ankò nan kous kou pran tou de ras ak sere US Natifnatal ki Fòmil kouwòn lan. Jiska pwochen te Xavier Ferlet ak Steve Bodner ki batay dèyè, yo soti tout semèn long. Te tit fanm yo reklame nan Marion Lepert epi li fini wityèm an jeneral kont flòt la tout antye. Tcheke tout foto yo sou la AWT facebook paj.

Aksyon slalome:
Li te yon jou enkwayab sou kou a slalom. Batay la pou premye plas te sou ant tèt Pòv la twa-Tyson, Phil McGain ak Bruce Peterson. Fòma a gen chak nan yon chalè separe epi yo chak jwenn yo ale tèt-a-tèt de fwa nan jou a. The second most exciting race of the day pitted Peterson agains McGain with SailworksPeterson getting a great start and holding off McGain through all six jibesuntil the final leg where McGain turned on the jets passing Peterson just before the finish. However the race of the day was also the last one. In the previous round McGain took down Poor in their first match-up, so how would Poor respond in the final race. McGain got off to a great start leading Poor to the first jibe. But on the third mark Poor made an agressive move to make the pass and he managed to hold him off for the rest of the race.

After three great days of Slalom, McGain and Poor finished tied with nine first-place finishes each after their three throw-outs. The tie-breaker went to McGain who’s three second place discards beat Poor’s second place and two fourth places. Both put on a great show and congrats to both (and all the competitors) for an outstanding event.
The women’s contest was a close contest with Marion Lepert narrowly taking the title over Ingrid Larouche (2nd) and Alyson Fromm (3rd).

Freestyle Action:
After the final Slalom race the call was for a 30-minute Freestyle Expression Session with the winner getting a Chinook carbon extension. Casey Hauser took the lead early with a stylish Funnel. Wyatt Miller raised the bar landing a Gozada and then a Toad. But the session truely belonged to the world under-17 champ, Steven Max from Aruba, who stomped a Burner along with several nice Konos to claim the prize from Chinook.


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