July 30, 2010 by staff
“It’s an opportunity to everyone,” said Morrow. “It lands are their tricks. The last series was definitely ill, however. Probably be up there.”
The first three finalists were from the third series, and seven runners, who left the field of 15.
The 90-minute session began performing with the athletes in three series. The participants were divided in groups of five, and the best run counted. The riders with the five lowest scores did not advance.
Many runners outside the top are three. The fifth place finisher, Dakota Roche has big airs, Sean Sexton perform difficult tricks seventh and Brad Simms took great movements by rail for eighth.
But the last pilot, Sean Burns, may have hit more than any other. Sid Vicious lookalike called a reporter for the Times by Lisa Dillman, Burns said he knew he had to skip the course and passing the Mobil sign of a fall of 15 feet as soon as he saw the course.
“That’s like the first thing I saw when I came on the field the other day,” he said. “I did not notice the lip and he sent me, and I moved the fences [below] of course, but the security guards returned to them.”
Here is the complete list of the 10 forward:
1. Ty Morrow – 89.66
2. Garrett Reynolds – 89.66
3. Dennis Enarson – 89.66
4. Danny Hickerson – 88
5. Dakota Roche – 88
6. Josh Harrington – 87.66
7. Sean Sexton – 86
8. Brad Simms – 85.66
9. Brian Kachinsky – 85
10. Aaron Ross – 85
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