Aurelien Giraud was rightly crowned champion, demonstrating consistency, amplitude and dominance in every run. His variety of tricks, including his sky-high kick flips over the hips, coupled with his general finesse and style left the judges in no doubt as to who would take the title at the 2015 Vans Spring Classic.
Alex Hallford pushed Aurelien the whole way with his incredible array of tricks and unique care-free style. Having qualified in second, Alex continued to dominate the spine and won the crowd over with his creative and unique approach. A firm crowd favourite, 16 year old Ivan Federico secured 3rd place with runs that included a huge 540 melon along with seemingly limitless combinations of kickflip melons on every section of the ramp.
Whilst denied a podium place, Kalle Berglind proved to be the revelation of the year. The young Scandinavian showed that he will be a force to reckon with for years to come and that the Scandinavians understand transition riding like no other. Surprise entrant Grant Taylor brought with him a peerlessly effortless style and airtime matched only by Aurelien Giraud.