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RESULTS | Stop #3 of Volcom PBRJ European Tour 2015 | "The Station", Nesselwang, Germany 2015

Filmer: Philipp Reinhard

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Boom! The Volcom Peanut Butter & Rail Jam Tour stopped by at the Red Bull The Station Park in Nesselwang, GER. Last weekend, a lot of people came by to enjoy the perfect weather, the free food and drinks and a lot of gnarly tricks going down the Atagge obstacle.

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The obstacle was sectioned into 3 zones starting with a straight rail over to the donkey-to-downrail up to the china bank. Riders were able to combine the different zones and to ride the obstacle to its fullest.

The contest started with the 15 & under category where young gun Nico Winkler left no doubt for the judges, to take the 1st Place home.

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Monika Dudzisnki - Backtail

In the girl’s category, Monika Dudzinski was getting her tricks together in all 3 zones with a lot of style and speed. Therefore, she made it right to the first place.

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Fabian Fraidl - Frontflip Poleplant

In the 16-21 division, Lorenzo Peeters won, by showing his huge bag of tricks and his constant riding.

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Dylan Norder- FS Lipslide

The open category started off with two insane heats where all the riders were highly motivated and steadily throwing one banger after another down the obstacle, last year global PBRJ champion and Belgium rail shredder Kevin Trammer was annihilating the park, but at the end of the day, our German boy Johannes Schaal pulled out his hammers with a clean & fast style and therefore won the flight ticket to the PBRJ global champs in Mammoth mountain, plus an extra bonus of 200€.

A great day with awesome weather, good vibes, and some gnarly snowboarding went by and everyone was having a lot of fun! Thanks to the Red Bull Team, the shaper gang and all other people involved who made this event as great as it was.

We would like to say special thanks to the Sponsors for supporting the Event with a lot of goodies & prizes: Nitro Snowboards & Union Bindings,

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Florian Heim - 180 to switch 50-50

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Catherine Marquis - 5050 to FS Lip

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Arne Senftleben - FS Boardslide

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Dylan Norder hair stylin'

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No one would miss registration with such a nice staff

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Peanut Butter and Jam sandwiches

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Annika Morgen taking her goodies, for the 5th place, home

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Belgium rail annihilator and current PBRJ global champion Kevin Trammer!

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RESULTS:

Open Division:
1.Jonny Schaal 200€ + Flight to PBRJ champs
2.Kevin Trammer 150€
3.Fabian Fraidl 100€
4.Dylan Norder
5.Christian Kirsch

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Jonny Schaal, Kevin Trammer, Fabian Fraidl, Dylan Norder, Christian Kirsch

16-21 Division:
1.Lorenzo Peeters
2.Florian Höbel

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Girls Division:
1.Monika Dudzinski
2.Larissa Hümmer
3.Catherine Marquis
4.Kristina Gruber
5.Annika Morgen

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15 & under Division:
1.Nico Winkler
2.Marco Sieber
3.Tim Sieber
4.Robin Heckle
5.Sebastian Claßen152_PBRJ_Nesselwang_(c)_Falch_Photography-copie

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