This years skating at NASS didn't disappoint! With Aaron 'Slug' Jago gaining a wildcard into the Pro comp, after taking first place in the AM comp on Friday, Skatewarehouse had 4 team riders in the Pro comp and heavy expectations for a good result, how did the team get on?
They absolutely killed it! Only NASS veteran Danny Leon and USA transition king Clay Kreiner were able to better Alex Dechuna who put down a flawless run in the finals. Adam Keats got his best NASS result to date, just missing out on a top 3 finish and later topped it off by winning the 'Best Trick' comp throwing down Feeble grind combo's on the double kink rail! Slug earned a massively respectable 7th place on his NASS Pro debut, he'll be the one to watch for next year!
For all the results visit the official NASS results list.
NASS 2016 Gallery
Check out the gallery below and re-live some of the tricks that went down this year.