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Rain , Rain, Go Away...
Labarthe
Yvon Labathe rounds the final turn in Street Luge qualifying.  Photo Pierre Gamby

Argonay, France - Friday's weather forecast was called for a 50% chance of rain in Argonay.  The Graveyard Call organizers were hoping the rain would stay away long enough so that the 19 Downhill skateboarders who were unable to take their qualifying run on Thursday could finally make their runs.

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Reimer On Top Again
Reimer
Kevin Reimer negotiates the esses in Argonay.  Photo Bob Ozman


Argonay, France- Kevin Reimer picked right up where he left off in Germany by recording the fastest time in the first round of qualifying for Saturday's Graveyard Call World Cup.  83 of the 102 competitors competing in Downhill Skateboarding recorded qualifying times before heavy rains came in and washed out the rest of the afternoon's time trials.

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Scoot Smith is the Defending Champion
Final 09
Scoot Smith beats Mischo Erban to the line at Graveyard Call 2009.  Photo Bob Ozman


When The Graveyard Call was held for the first time in 2009, people really didn’t know what to expect.  It was the first time that the narrow and short D173 course would be mated to local roads that brought the finish line into the center of town.

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