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Published on Jun 4, 2012
http://pixvid.me/BFFSacramento2012 At the Sacramento, CA stop of the 2012 Zumiez Best Foot Forward amateur skateboarding contest, intense heat at temperatures over 100 degrees couldn't stop these skaters from tearing it up all day.
Coming in third and taking no prisoners was Brent Bell. Brent showed off switch-stance skills and also ripped out a full-cab to front board down the handrail.
Adam Emery, who is no stranger to the Best Foot Forward skate contest, took to the course like a wild animal. Adam and his bionic right arm flew faster and soared higher than the rest. With a smith grind to kickflip out on the hubba, he was a shoe-in for the second place trophy.
And taking the first place spot was Miika Adamov, an Estonia native. Miika has been tearing up the Sacramento streets for over a decade, and his shredding and consistency paid off big time out on the BFF course. Miika was truly unstoppable, pulling a kickflip back noseblunt to the shrieking crowd.
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