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A.J. Haiby Wins the U.S. Nationals

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A.J. Haiby on his way to winning the U.S. Nationals Photo Marcus Rietema 

San Dimas, CA, USA -Rising star A.J. Haiby earned the first big victory of his career today when he won the Open Downhill Skateboarding race at the U.S. Nationals.  Haiby beat Riley Crone, Kyle Wester and Mischo Erban in a tough final round match up.  Crone put in a magnificent pass on Kyle Wester at the exit of Nersh Corner to earn second place.  Kyle Wester was third and Mischo Erban finished fourth.

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Micah Green Qualifies Number One
US Nationals logo 2011

San Dimas, Ca USA - Micah Green took a stunning and somewhat surprising number one qualifying position for tomorrow's IGSA U.S. Nationals Final Elimination Rounds.  The skater from Salt Lake City earned the number one spot in dominant fashion by set fast time in both qualifying runs.  Joshua Torres from Petaluma, CA was only 3/100ths of a second behind Green and will start from the number two spot.  Andrew Haiby from San Diego was third about one second back.

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It was clear that race weekend had finally arrived when all the riders gathered at the hill for the welcoming braai on Friday night. Even in the single figure temperatures the excitement was high and everyone was talking about strategies for the hill. On Saturday morning we got to the hill very early to do the final preparations. There’s always that feeling of “something’s missing” even though you’ve run through things a million times in your head. Everything went smoother than we could have imagined in the end though. The riders started to show up at 9am and were welcomed by a “fresh” breeze and everyone got into their lethers quickly, not only in preparation for the practice runs but also to keep warm.

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