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Up until the beginning of Skate Streetstyle, Dew Tour Toyota City Championships in San Francisco hadn’t been treating Ryan Sheckler well. The newest discipline at Dew Tour, however, seemed to awaken Sheckler’s competitive fervor. On his first of four runs, with the Bay Bridge as a backdrop, Sheckler set the standard very high – too high, in fact, with a score of 90.25 – and the rest of the skaters were left chasing.
After two exciting and dramatic episodes of Andreas Fransson and Morgan Salén battling the various faces of the Lyngen Alps, the third and final episode of the web series serves as a victory lap to the 20-day excursion. In the early episodes the boys battled difficult conditions and were doing more work than play (though the two seem to go hand-in-hand for these two), but in this episode, all the hard work pays off as they endure beautiful blue skies, long, steep rides down fresh powder runs and majestic views of the Norwegian Sea below.
Dennis Enarson was so close to taking home a win in a new discipline at Dew Tour Toyota City Championships in San Francisco. He had one last run to win it all. Though he nailed the run, the judges scores had him come up just short, and he settled for second. “I just wanted to think of one solid run. The first two I messed up on, so it was nice to have a third run to get everything together,” Enarson said. He held nothing back in the last run, throwing down a high-speed flat ground 360, a huge gap to wall ride and a perfect backflip tailwhip over the box. He knew that he had to step it up and ended up pulling the exact run he had put together in his head, but it just wasn’t enough to hold on to first over Garrett Reynolds.