We basically ran five 20-minute, four-rider heats. Each rider got two down and backs before switching out. The time allowed each rider about five turns. The water was still rough, but it was more manageable because we were closer to shore and the speed was slower. Adam Errington took the top spot with his very first double S-bend to blind. JD Webb then hit his first double S to blind, but it wasn't quite as clean as Adam’s. JD also came up with his first Pete Rose on the cable — a surprisingly big Pete Rose at that. Padiwat Jaemjan, a.k.a. Bomb, is no stranger to the cable and did a massive tail grabbed front to blind to lock up a solid 3rd. I finished up in the 4-6 range with the other guys who made a double-S bend. So we were able to turn a bad situation into something good, with the first cash pro air trick event on a two-tower cable system that I know of. Dallas Friday, Amber Wing and Nicola Butler also finished up solidly on the podium.