After back to back events, there was a break in competitions as riders made their way North to Ogden to complete the trifecta of events and possibly earn the next golden ticket to the US national championships in Orlando, FL.
Ogden did not disappoint with lots of ride time and a stellar event outing. With Shaun Hancock (venue manager) behind the scenes, you already know it will be a great event.
The Pro Flowboard Finals included the two winners from events #4 & #5 (Taylor and Scott), this time taking on the golden boy with a pocket full of steez, Daniel Tarapchak. Scott Callens, after having his back against the wall with pressure from Taylor Hales, again (Scott) found himself on top the podium, making that back to back victories on the road in the Pro Flowboard category and stacking a few thousand points towards his Nationals Campaign.
The Pro Bodyboard had a weird finish in the finals, but you had to be there to understand and we will leave it at that. After a lot of hard work, it finally paid off as the rider from FL, Jon Reese, took down his role model and current champion, Daniel Tarapchak (California).
Amateur riders, Jeffrey Howell (Youth BB, South Carolina), Luke Newman (Youth FB, Florida), Brandon Marks (Jr. BB, South Carolina), Lexi Koefed (Female FB, Nevada) and Cory Woods (Masters/Mens BB, Pennyslvania) all made clean sweep with 1st place finishes at Prime Stops #3,4 & 5!