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We found ourselves deep in Steeler’s country for the third stop of the Trans Am at Seven Springs Pennsylvania. The weather was warm and sunny. Perfect conditions for the competitors to tackle the challenging course put together by Joel and the 7 Springs park crew. This stop had one of the most challenging courses that we’ve seen on the tour, which created a lot of carnage but also some of the gnarliest tricks to date. Jay Kurz took home the Zumiez best trick by throwing a blind 270 onto the 40ft downrail, while AJ Lawson and Theresa Kewley consistently killed the course throughout the day to take top honors for the guys and gals. The winners took home a custom pair of Cassettes and some Aviators to listen to during their flight to Park City for the Trans Am finals in March. Take a look at the photos from this weekend below.
Competitors were launching over the Anon feature all day.
AJ getting it done on the S Rail.
Big Ollie over the HCSC sign
This kid was going for this massive gap to boardslide all day.
Competitors limbering up for the finals.
Nice little Stale grab over the Skullcandy Cassette
This feature was the last section in the finals and caused a good bit of carnage
Your top three for the fellas.
It was a tough call to pick a winner from this group. All of the girls were on top of their game throughout the finals - Well done ladies!
Words by: @RobLayer
Photos by Greg Furey
1. AJ Lawson
2. Josh Zerkel
3. Cooper Thomas
1. Theresa Kewley
2. Carly Harrington
3. Luci Imbach