*Scroll down to bottom of page for condensed version of The Pool video…

I know it sounds like we’ve said this before, but you have to believe that we aren’t making this stuff up…every contest we go to gets crazier and crazier. Nike 6.0′s The Pool in England this past weekend was one of the most insane contests we’ve ever seen. With 19 riders in the finals all throwing down we ended up with this stacked seven-minute video with nothing but bangers. Prepare to have your head spin.


Video by Fat.

Nike 6.0 The Pool Qualifying Results:
1. Dennis Enarson’s Team (Jeremiah Smith, Chad Kerley, Josh Harrington)
2. Drew Bezanson’s Team (Pat Casey, Rob Wise, Michael Beran)
3. Harry Main’s Team (Kyle Baldock, Alex Coleborn, Ben Wallace)
4. Sebastian Keep’s Team (Chase Hawk, Dan Lacey, Bruno Hoffman)
5. Garrett Reynolds’ Team (Sean Sexton, Paul Ryan)

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Nike 6.0 The Pool Final Team Results:
(*Based on all riders’ scores combined.)
1. Dennis Enarson’s Team (Jeremiah Smith, Chad Kerley, Josh Harrington)
2. Drew Bezanson’s Team (Pat Casey, Rob Wise, Michael Beran)
3. Harry Main’s Team (Kyle Baldock, Alex Coleborn, Ben Wallace)

final-results

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Nike 6.0 The Pool Best Rider:
(*Voted on by the riders.)
Dennis Enarson

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Nike 6.0 The Pool Best Line:
(*Done in the contest.)
Ruben Alcantara, Kevin Kalkoff, Sergio Layos, and Tom Dugan all together train.

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Nike 6.0 The Pool Best Trick:
(*Done in the best trick jam session.)
Brian Foster – Gap to curved wallride out of the deep end of the pool.

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**Contest Format:
10 “team captains” picked three riders to be on their team. Each team got a 10 minute jam session. Each rider was scored individually during the jam. The four scores were added up to get a total score for the team, which determined who qualified…the top five scoring teams qualified to ride in finals. In the finals the riders were paired up in groups according to their scores so they rode in order from lowest scores to highest scores. Again, each rider was scored individually. The teams’ riders’ scores were added again to get an overall team score to determine the winning team. The best rider of the day was voted on by the riders themselves. The best trick contest was a separate 20 minute jam. And the best line was chosen by the judges from all runs throughout the entire day. Confusing? A little, but if you think reading it is confusing, try writing this stuff!

We also made a condensed version of the best clips from both qualifying and the finals. It’s still 5 minutes long, but if you don’t have time to watch all 17 minutes of the other two videos, this will show you the really wild shit that you want to see most…


Video by Fat.