how hard it is to keep the first place all the contest long. Today Kenneth Tencio proved that he is one of the guys able to do it, within a super powerful run. He knows how to start a contest properly by flair dropping from the highest wall. Daniel Dhers, after a crash in the first run, finally made it to the second place. He is the oldest competitor and the experience paid off, indeed, he knows how to focus and to take it seriously. He rode within his own style, with many spins, whips, flips and opposite, all wrapped with his signature front flip over the spine on the buzzer. Nick Bruce comes third with a great package of amplitude, smooth style, enhanced by a classic but very well executed 270 invert - efficient.
After this wicked first event, the tour will go in Châteauroux on July 19, 20 and 21. Can't wait for the next FISE European Series stop? Make sure to join us in two weeks in Canet-en-Roussillon (May 18-19), before the big party in Montpellier for the next FISE World Series stop!