And neither did the unique setup, which featured a custom-built park including two big air jumps, lots of transitions with hips and transfers, as well as a sick rail garden with three different rails with a quarterpipe at the bottom. This setup is where the Van Doren Best Trick went down, and another $500 was up for grabs.
"The Vans Hi-Standard final was unreal," said Brian Skorupki of the style-defining Yawgoons crew. "The set up was amazing allowing everyone to get creative and show true style."
Sean Murphy straight-up ruled the Van Doren Best Trick with his frontside boardslide pretzel switch-up pretzel-out on the down-flat-down rail for the big money win of $300 for the 16-and-overs. And in the 15-and-under class, Caleb Boneville grabbed $200 for his gap to backside lipslide on the down-flat-down rail.