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The 16th annual freestyle.ch Zurich was a hit despite the weather. 28,000 freestyle fans
gathered at the Landiwiese to cheer on their freestyle superstars.
favorite, Sandro Dias, dominated in skateboarding. The Brazilian impressed with a remarkable
consistency, incredibly high airs and perfect alley oop 540°s. «My last win at freestyle.ch was back in
2008. The audience here always did such a good job of cheering me on, so I really wanted to finally
win again this year. I was pretty nervous and decided lean on the side of caution u2;013 and it went perfect,
I'm on cloud nine!» says Dias.
Runner-Up is Juergen Horrwarth (GER) and Adam Taylor (USA) finishes 3rd.