The Feeders Downtown Throwdown Qualifiers #2

19 Sep, 2010

In just a matter of weeks, Snowboy Productions will deliver the 5th annual Downtown Throwdown contest on the streets of Seattle with some big name pros competing. In order to give local riders a chance to compete in the Downtown Throwdown they’ve set up the Feeders with three qualifying events around Washington State.  The second qualifying event went down yesterday afternoon in the Supermall parking lot with some sun, some rain and most definitely some snow!

Judges from Snowboy Productions & Think Thank you might recognize

From 1-4pm yesterday, Snowboy brought in the snow and set up the rail jam to help decide which rider from this qualifer would make it to the big leagues next month.  There were three rounds of riders before the finals went on with 10 riders competing for first place.

Snowboy Productions puts on the best NW events and gets it done.

Dylan on the down box…Dylan went onto the finals later on that day

Unknown rider stalling on the Lib barrel

Megan Middleton  took home the women’s first place award by charging each feature

Local rider and Austin Hironaka’s younger brother Jacob Krugmire showing his skills

Ben Mackey in the finals

Andy Bergin-sperry on the barrels

Molly from Evo and myself supporting the event

All the sponsors came out for the event which mean getting free goodies from Lib Tech, Zumiez, Jones Soda, Vans, Snowboarder Magazine, Skullcandy and Think Thank.  I watched crowds of kids going for freebies most of the afternoon.

Molly Hawkins from evogear showing off the Vans shirt she received in the swag giveaway

The rain kept coming down as the judges tallied up the final winners for the event

The Zumiez Destroyer Award went to local rider Andy Bergin-sperry who you can see in the Tailgate Alaska movie as well.

At the end of the event snowboarder Kramer took home 1st place and the chance to compete in the Downtown Throwdown on October 9th.

The next qualifer goes down on September 25th at Clackamas Town Center where another rider will earn 1st place and a chance to compete in the October 9th Downtown Throwdown!  It was great to head out to the event yesterday and help support some of the local riders in the NW.

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1 Comment

  1. Brek Leines
    September 19, 2010

    Wooo andy!