The second stop, in famed Acworth, Georgia, which has played host to some huge PWT stops in the past, is where the fireworks of the season really began. In the finals, Clifford went off the dock sitting in fourth place. An untimely and uncharacteristic fall left the door open for the others to pounce on the podium and the points total. Teunissen was second to last to ride, and put down one of the best runs of his career, with two double-flip variations and the cleanest of clean 1080s. The judges awarded Teunissen an unbelievable 99.0 score, and he, along with most everybody at Lake Allatoona that day, thought he had it in the bag. There was a tiny crack, though, however small, and the last rider of the day, Nic Rapa, did everything he could to exploit it. By going huge and throwing some moves that were a bit more technical than Teunissen's, Rapa's run was nearly flawless, and the judges rightly rewarded him with a 99.5. The victory, along with Clifford's stumble, put Rapa in the lead for the overall PWT title.