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What an amazing day of skateboarding at the Maloof Money Cup finals in Washington D.C. If you missed the prelims and semis, find them HERE and HERE. I am completely flabbergasted at the level of talent and strength the competitors brought to power through the hottest day yet on the course. The sun blazing down on the top 12 skaters (Andrew Reynolds, Vincent Alvarez, Ronnie Creagar, Bobby Worrest, Tom Asta, Jack Curtin, Colin Provost, Bastien Salabanzi, Ryan Decenzo, Manny Santiago, and Justin “Figgy” Figuroa) didn’t stop them from giving it their all in the finals. Each skater battled each other in brackets where they went head-to-head till there were only two left. At the end, it was the legends Andrew Reynolds and Ronnie Creager that went mano a mano to get to the top. It was an epic battle and these skaters, who had already beat out all the kids to get to the final match, put on the most astonishing display I’ve seen in years. At the end, Andrew Reynold’s kickflip lipslide pushed him to the top spot where it was raining champagne. Congrats to the “BOWSE” on his win…..well deserved Andrew. Also, not to be forgotten was the AM challenge, where Ishod Wair killed the course and came up as the top am of the day. I’ve said it before: the kid won’t be am for long. Congrats Ishod, and thanks to every skater that was involved with the Maloof Money Cup in D.C this weekend-you guys braved some heavy heat and humidity to show the world a display of amazing skateboarding. See y’all in South Africa.