Lally & Maytum Win King of the Hill
Andy Lally winning the King of the Hil Race. Photo Marcus Rietema
Goldendale, WA, USA - To close out the day on Saturday, the Maryhill Festival of Speed organizers staged "King of the Hill" races for the top six qualifiers in both Downhill Skateboarding and Street Luge. The races were run at the end of the day under wet, soggy conditions. Auto racing star Andy Lally rode a modified Classic Luge to win the match race.
Andy Lally was stoked to win the King of the Hill. Photo Marcus Rietema
Lally won the King of the Hill Street Luge race over Mike McIntyre, Justin Toleman, and David Dean. Both #1 qualifier Matthias Lang and #3 qualifier John Rogers elected not to race due to the wet conditions.
Street Luge King of the Hill
1. Andy Lally, United States
2. Mike McIntyre, United States
3. Justin Toleman, United States
4. David Dean, United States
Maytum looks back at Erban and Switzer as he crosses the finish line. Photo Marcus Rietema
Zak Maytum qualified in the 7th position but was invited to participate in the "King of the Hill" Downhill Skateboard race when Kevin Reimer elected not to compete in the wet conditions. Maytum made the most of the opportunity by winning the race over Mischo Erban, James Kelly, Nate Lang, Patrick Switzer and Nick Jean. Despite the rainy conditions, lots of fans stayed to cheer on their favorite skaters for the race.
Zak Maytum after winning "King of the Hill". Photo Marcus Rietema
Downhill Skateboarding King of the Hill
1. Zak Maytum, United States
2. Mischo Erban, Canada
3. Patrick Switzer, Canada
4. James Kelly, United States
5. Nick Jean, Canada
6. Nathan Lang, Canada