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CPH Open 2016 Day 3

Day three in Copenhagen was a big one. What was supposed to be a perfect nine-stair rail turned into a triple set competition due to permits. And this was a big triple set, so it’s no wonder why only a few people stepped up to skate it and only a couple tricks went down. But Alexander Risvad started it off right with a first try frontside flip, no ollie! There were only maybe six or so tricks done, but Neverton Casella came in first with a switch heel and Hermann Stene came in second with a backside 360. The second contest was another ledge contest same as the last. Before the rain shut it down like it did the third contest, Luan Oliveira took first and TJ Rogers took second.—Mikey Gould

Day 2

Day 1