Another full day of shredding that ended with some rain. Derek Elmendorf ended up qualifying first, and he had the first run of the first heat so a lot of people didn’t see his run. Andrew Cannon put down a flawless run full of his big-man steeze that delighted the crowd. Andrew Langi was the crowd pleaser as always with stylish kickflips over the pyramid, a mind-boggling Smith stall to blunt to fakie on the wallride wall, and a back Smith across the quarter pipe over the buttcrack hip—he qualified second. Tom Remillard took a 50 spot off Shaefer for back tailing the quarter over the butt. And Lacey Baker makes history being the first girl to make it to Sunday at a Tampa Am. Full results are posted here.
It’s a little wet in Ybor City, but we’re off to see No Age and Les Savy Fav at the SPoT Anniversary party. Stay tuned tomorrow for coverage of the finals, the moat race, and the always popular party photos.