The podium with the best three skaters at 2016 Red Bull Hold The Line with Royal Albert Hall, London, UK: Douwe Macare in the second place, Tommy Fynn as the winner and Aurelien Giraud in the third place.
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qualified into the top 10 (out of 35) after seven heats, Fynn claimed first
place by holding a crazy line which consisted of a 360 Kickflip Fs Lipslide on
the rail, followed by a Kickflip over the electricity box, before rounding it
off with a show-stopping 360 Kickflip Noseslide down the hubba.
awarded Fynn with a high score of 68.50 out of 100; ahead of Holland’s Douwe
Macare (63.50), and French skater Aurelien Giraud (61.17) who placed third.
asked about what it meant to win, Tommy Fynn replied: “It’s feels amazing. I
was stoked to skate the contest, so to win is an unbelievable feeling. The
competition was so tough. Everyone was so good and absolutely killed it. It was
awesome to see everyone pushing each other to do harder tricks. I can’t believe
we got to skate at the Royal Albert Hall. To be here and skate on Royal
ground is incredible. I’ve never done anything like this before.”
its UK debut, Red Bull Hold The Line took place on the iconic Queen
Elizabeth II steps of The Royal Albert Hall, a landmark in the heart of
the city, which is normally off limits to skateboarders.
skaters had limited time to skate the best line down the course with each of
their lines scored by international judges. Points were only scored if three
tricks were landed in a row on the entire course.
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5. Denny Pham
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