31/07/2011 | by Intern
Defending champion Seb Toots went for a trick he can seemingly do in his sleep, the cab double cork 1260. While his was arguably cleaner and tighter than Eric’s, the judges awarded Seb second place. We’re guessing the decision favoured Eric due to him throwing a more difficult trick.
Taking third spot was the unknown (on these shores, anyway) Dash Kamp. Dash has a younger brother called Kix, making them the wierdest-named siblings we’ve come across since hearing about this controvertial Canadian family. Although maybe it’s to be expected when you’re dad’s name is Slate…. Strange name or not, Dash has bags of style and thumped down a super smooth backside double cork 1080 to make the podium. Considering that he bested Chas Guldemond, Sage Kotsenburg and Gjermund Braaten to get there, it’s fair to assume this isn’t the last time we’ll be seeing him.