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With idyllic California weather, the final day of the summer 2018 Dew Tour presented by Mountain Dew and TEN: The Enthusiast Network featured the Women’s Pro Park finals, Men’s Pro Street Finals and Men’s Pro Park finals that closed out the four-day competition and festival in Long Beach, Calif.

Yuto Horigome

Photo by Michael Sandoval/MUSE

The inaugural Women’s Pro Park Finals highlighted eight of the world’s best skateboarders going for their chance at the coveted Dew Tour title. Coming into the fourth and final run, the battle was fierce. Nicole Hause (USA), who wasn’t a podium contender after the third run, came back to wow the crowd with a frontside air, Cab nose grind, hand plant and an alley oop backside ollie. She scored an 89.33 out of 100.00 to securely earn the top spot.

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Nicole Hause wins Women’s Pro Park Final. Photo Courtesy of Dew Tour.

“It feels crazy,” said Hause. “I just got that line down this morning and I was feeling the pressure going into my last run because I knew it was now or never. I’m so happy I landed it!”

Finishing second was Bryce Wettstein (USA) with an 86.33 and Jordyn Barratt (USA) in third with an 80.33, who also won the Zumiez Destroyer Award.

Kelvin Hoefler Dew Tour 2018

Kelvin Hoefler at Dew Tour Long Beach. Photo by Michael Sandoval/MUSE

Men’s Pro Street was next with Kelvin Hoefler (BRA) looking to reclaim his title from 2017. While Hoefler came close, it was first place qualifier Yuto Horigome (JPN) who went home today with his first Dew Tour title. After a fall on his first run, Horigome came back with a vengeance, scoring a 91.00 on his second run including a nollie 360, board slide, backside 360, 360 flip, ollie 270 switch backside lip slide and a big spin frontside board slide.

“I was having so much fun on this course,” said Horigome. “It took the pressure off to win with my second run, but I was still trying to beat my score on my last run to see if I could land what I wanted to.”

Coming in second was Jagger Eaton (USA) with an 88.69 and Kelvin Hoefler (BRA) finishing third with an 88.00.

The Men’s Pro Park finals concluded the four-day Dew Tour with a dynamic contest that won’t be forgotten in the skateboard world. During the 40-minute heat, defending champion Cory Juneau (USA) claimed his back-to-back title, holding onto his second run score of a 93.33. Juneau’s bag of tricks included a frontside flip, gap to back spin, frontside bluntside, backside noseblunt revert, back lipslide, one-footed ollie, backside 360 ollie, fake nose grind.

“Everyone was skating super good and was so fired up,” said Juneau. “I did not expect to win again, but I was feeling good after my run and it all worked out.”

Second place honors went to first-time Dew Tour skater Oskar Rozenberg (SWE), who scored a 91.00 and also also took the Zumiez Destroyer Award. Tristan Rennie (USA) ended in third with a 90.00.

Ryan Decenzo at Dew Tour

Ryan Decenzo at Dew Tour Long Beach. Photo by Michael Sandoval/MUSE

Cory Juneau, USA, 93.33
Oskar Rozenberg, SWE, 91.00
Tristan Rennie, USA, 90.00
Clay Kreiner, USA, 88.00
Heimana Reynolds, USA, 84.33
Alex Sorgente, USA, 83.66
Keegan Palmer, AUS, 83.00
Luiz Francisco, BRA, 73.66

Zumiez Destroyer Award
Oskar Rozenberg, SWE

Yuto Horigome, JPN, 91.00
Jagger Eaton, USA, 88.69
Kelvin Hoefler, BRA, 88.00
Ryan Decenzo, CAN, 87.33
Chaz Ortiz, USA, 84.66
Vincent Milou, FRA, 84.33
Chase Webb, USA, 76.66
Dashawn Jordan, USA, 73.00

Zumiez Destroyer Award
Ryan Decenzo, CAN

1. Nicole Hause, USA, 89.33
2. Bryce Wettstein, USA, 86.33
3. Jordyn Barratt, USA, 80.33
4. Poppy Starr Olsen, AUS, 77.00
5. Lizzie Armanto, USA, 75.33
6. Hanna Zanzi, USA, 72.00
7. Sakura Yosozumi, JPN, 68.33
8. Nora Vasconcellos, USA, 67.00

Zumiez Destroyer Award
Jordyn Barratt, USA

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The Dew Tour will broadcast nationally on NBC on July 7 at 2:30 p.m. ET and July 8 at 3:30 p.m. ET; as well as NBCSN on August 8 at 8 p.m. ET and August 16 at 12 p.m. ET.

Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography.