like a massive 540 flair, before going straight into a backflip double tail whip. His second run is what cost him the podium, after a crash on a cash roll transfer. Watch out in China: if he pulls this trick, his score will go sky high!
Smooth and consistent: this is how Logan Martin’s riding could be described. Without any big surprises in his runs, the Australian kept the riding level we are used to seeing, but without the extra spark or technical tricks that would have allowed him to climb on the highest step of the podium.
It’s Daniel Dhers who took the win for the third stop of the 2017 FISE World Series. The king of consistency always has a very strategical approach to his riding, solidifying his lead in the overall rankings. Dhers focused mostly on his lines, rather than taking a trick-focused approach:
“The course this year was pretty good, there were a lot of transfer options. A lot of the guys focus on tricks, other on lines. We had a course that allowed both”. This was very visible in Dhers’ transfer lines that included a 360 double tail whip transfer, as well as a 360 x- up into the camel."
1st place: Daniel Dhers (VEN) - Watch his run here
2nd place: Logan Martin (AUS) - Watch his run here
3rd place: Daniel Sandoval (USA) - Watch his run here