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Published on Jun 9, 2012
http://pixvid.me/BFFSaltLake2012 At the Salt Lake City stop of the Zumiez Best Foot Forward skateboarding tour 2012, the weather was perfect for skating at a mild 70 degrees. During the event, the level of difficulty turned up to 11, and the skaters were busting harder and faster with more and more consistency.
When it came down to the podium, the man to watch turned out to be Matt Fisher. Matt won the Zumiez Destroyer Award and was recognized for his perfect execution of a back overcrooks on the handrail and a mind-boggling crooked grind to nollie big flip out on the flat ledge.
Rolling into third place with ease was Logan Summers. Undoubtedly, Logan's flawless frontside bluntslides were a factor in his placing in the top three.
Coming in second was Brodie Penrod. Making small work of the doubleset, Brodie took care of business all day. He skated his way around the course with the ease and agility of a serpent.
Taking first place was the boy wonder, Tyson Bowerbank. Tyson killed it with consistency and took home his fourth consecutive Best Foot Forward trophy. Even with an injured back, Bowerbank showed no signs of slowing down. Busting out with about a dozen flip tricks down the double set and an immaculate array of handrail accuracy, Tyson was almost superhuman as his precision took him to the first place level on the podium.
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