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This season the spanish stop was the last one of the tour and took place in Madrid like last year, moving to ParkCenter Valdesquí. The snowpark is managed by Oscar and Madrid is a strategic point accessible from all over Spain. The set up this year was managed by experts Yeyo and Polanco brothers, who delighted everyone with their ideas. The second zone in the middle took the most attention, it consisted of a roof wallie obstacle connected to a rail. Everyone had fun riding the event setup. There were many locals in all categories but some people from France, Portugal and even from Czech Republic (Jakob Simoner) signed up at the contest. Some hero names like Curro Santander, Mario Prestel, Pilar De La Cruz, Paula Benito Jorge Polanco, Mati Ian and some more catched all the eyes in the place.
But the main protagonist was the very bad weather we had to suffer all day long. Staff, cameramen, judges, everyone had to work super hard due to those conditions and the neither was easy for the riders. But thanks to all the crew that helped out so much, the event was a total success. The BBQ from Chef Jesus helped a little bit to keep us fed and warm against the siberian storm we had to suffer. One dude surprised the judges so he took home the best prize in the comp, Dani Tovar. He was supper happy and exited about going to Mammoth Mountains for the PBRJ World Final. There´s just left to thank everyone who help made this happen: NITRO and UNION bindings, Park Center Valdesquí, Yeyo (Happy birthday bro, we properly celebrated it), Juan and Jorge Polanco, Alvaro Ilovemyboard, Kakol, Nines, Roke, Iñigin, Pablo, Gore, Kakol, Jesus, Noelia, Morche and Abel, Maxime Bouviere, Jose del Corral (Jib Kung Do) and all participants who showed up. Let The Kids Ride Free.
1. Paula Benito
2. Pilar De La Cruz
3. Gore Serrano
4. Sara De Frutos
5. Marta Martinez
1. Mario Prestel
2. Alan Belsaguy
3. Hanibal Perez
4. Hector Benedicto
5. Gaby Ferrero
1. Dani Tovar
2. Curro Santander
3. Carlos Ruiz
4. Alvaro Caraballo
5. Joao Reis
1. Mati Ian (600€)
2. Jorge Polanco (250€)
3. Julien Vilmil (150€)
4. Bartos Nagas
5. Jakub Simoner
Trip to Mammoth Mountain U.S., for Dani Tovar (16-21)