Street League 2012 Ontario Qualifiers Photos

Nyjah Huston qualified first today here in Ontario, California, and to be honest, he looks absolutely unbeatable. From nollie backside noseblunt-slides on the bump to bar, to a kickflip backside tailslide down the big hubba first go—if he keeps up that consistency, first place will be his again. Qualifying in second was Sean Malto with his usual grace and style. Third place qualifier was P-Rod with an overall score of 35.5 and a beaut of a switch back tail on the big hubba. Rounding out the qualifying spots were, Luan Olveira and Chaz Ortiz, and first time finalist Peter Ramondetta. Check out the video.

Finals set to air LIVE on ESPN2 Saturday, June 16 at 9:30 p.m. ET

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Photos by Blair Alley

1 Nyjah Huston 38.7

2 Sean Malto 37.0

3 Paul Rodriguez 35.5

4 Luan Olveira 33.7

5 Chaz Ortiz 30.4

6 Peter Ramondetta 30.3

7 Mikey Taylor 29.9

8 Tommy Sandoval 29.8

9 Matt Miller 28.7

10 David Gonzalez 25.5

11 Chris Cole 23.9

12 Eric Koston 23.1

13 Billy Marks 22.8

14 Ishod Wair 21.8

15 Bastien Salabanzi 20.9

16 Tom Asta 20.6

17 Shane O’Neill 16.2

18 Ryan Sheckler 14.7

19 Austyn Gillette 14.7

20 Mark Appleyard 13.7

21 Dylan Rieder 12.7

22 Mike Mo Capaldi 11.2

23 Jimmy Carlin 7.2

24 Torey Pudwill 1.7

The Street League pros that finished from 7th to 12th will have one last shot to qualify in the semifinals on Saturday. This year’s semifinal winners round out the 7th and 8th spots for the finals. Tomorrow’s live broadcast could potentially feature an unlikely contender making a run at the podium.

Fans have the opportunity to view a live webcast of Saturday’s semifinal on Street League’s website streetleague.com at 8:45pm ET. Stop Two Finals in Ontario, California will broadcast live on ESPN2, ESPN3, Street League’s official Facebook Page, and distributed to over 198 countries via the ESPN Family of Channels Saturday, June 16 at 9:30PM ET. For more information please visit streetleague.com.

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