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LOGAN MARTIN RESISTS TO DANIEL DHERS'S PRESSURE

30 Oct 2016 13:48
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Tension was high on the course for the BMX Park finals. Everybody knew the stakes, which were often discussed, for the first ever UCI World Cup title for BMX Freestyle Park. Daniel Dhers fought until the very last second, landing as many tricks as possible to max out his final score, falling by just the fraction of a point behind Logan Martin, who laced more modern tricks, including a flip bar to whip. Despite going through some bad patches which only made more obvious the pressure weighing on his shoulders, the Australian rider earned himself a well-deserved victory in Chengdu, and thus the first place on the overall ranking too. He finishes just one step ahead of the legendary Daniel Dhers, whom we may all thank for keeping the suspense alive until the very end of this outstanding year!

Just behind them, the new generation led by Colton Walker (720 downwhip) and Jeremy Malott demonstrated once more they will be a force to be reckoned with next year. In a more spontaneous fashion, Alex Coleborn was a treat to watch, as well as Kenneth Tencio’s best tricks (36 unlook to downwhip) and Nick Bruce (flair transfer into the vert wall): as you might have understood already, these finals were memorable to say the least, if not simply historical!

TOP 5
1 - Logan Martin : 90 pts
2- Daniel Dhers : 89.66 pts
3 - colton Walker : 88 pts
4 - Jeremy Malott : 85.33 pts
5 - Alex Coleborn : 84.33 pts
 

FULL RESULTS HERE

LIVE REPLAY HERE

RUN DANIEL DHERS (2nd)
 

 

RUN COLTON WALKER (3rd)

 

 

 

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