August 28th, 2012 by alliance

This weekend saw the third edition of Protests Cable Call contest, at Downunder Cableway in the Netherlands, and the final was stacked with international talents.
When all was said and done our very own NickyD took the win and a cool $5000 for his troubles, with Tom Fooshee and James Windsor rounding out the Pro Mens podiums.

Pro Men – Finals
1 Nick Davies UK 93.40
2 Tom Fooshee USA 80.30
3 James Windsor AUS 79.70
4 Frederic Von Osten GER 79.10
5 Dec Clifford UK 60.00
6 James Young UK 57.50

Men’s Open – Finals
1 Pascal Arninkhof NL 97.80
2 Timo Kapl AU 88.70
3 Ferdy Van Rijswijk NL 79.50
4 Iliy Sitnikov RUS 70.40
5 Jeroen Van Vliet NL 58.90
6 Raoul Fakkert NL 54.70

Women’s Professional – Finals
1 Sophia-Marie Reimers Germany 94.20
2 Angelika Schriber AUS 87.20
3 Cosima Giemza GER 83.60
4 Maxine Sapulette NL 75.00

Professional WakeSkate – Finals
1 Dan Grant THAI 80.00
2 Samuel Kerner Germany 70.00
3 Elias Erkan DE 60.00
4 Tim Van Dortmont NL 50.00

Obstacles Only – Finals
1 James Windsor GBR 98.00
2 Daniel Grant THI 84.75
3 Tom Fooshee USA 79.50
4 Frederic von Osten DE 77.75

This weekend saw the third edition of Protests Cable Call contest, at Downunder Cableway in the Netherlands, and the final was stacked with international talents.
When all was said and done our very own NickyD took the win and a cool $5000 for his troubles, with Tom Fooshee and James Windsor rounding out the Pro Mens [...]

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