the Park. During this eclectic final, a special mention distinguishes Kristof Krausz who was the youngest to qualify. After pulverizing yesterday's qualification, he made a few small mistakes today, which cost him the podium. Same story for Maxime Vautrinot, who execute a clean and precise run with a Roll in on the Ledge Bar out and a gnarly Transfer in Condor. Third of the day, the French Florian Ferrasse, offered a high intensity run highlighted by a Frontflip, a 360 Double Whip and big Transfers. He left the top of the podium to two Dutch, including Levi Weidmann, who scored banger on banger including a 540 Bar and a 720 Can-Can. The creativity of the lines and these massive tricks were able to push Daniel Wedemeijer to his best riding, who conquered crowd and judges with his first run. With years of experience in international contests, he managed to combine speed, amplitude and ultra-technical tricks to smash the top spot. Unique rider to pass the Camel with a 360, he also land a huge Transfer in Turndown, an Oppo Flair, a 360 Whip and an Ice Peak to Turndown.