Thousands of spectators came to the FMB World Tour stop Red Bull Berg Line to root for the strong and encouraging riders line up of this Gold event. As this year the top 6 results of the athletes count towards the FMB World Tour overall ranking everybody wants to take home the big points from big events like this and to be able to do so, the athletes know they have to show their best tricks; and they did!

The winning run from Lacondeguy included a super clean double backflip and two beautiful flatspin 360s. Sam Reynolds also pulled out an impressive double backflip on the first big jump followed by a double tailwhip on the next one. A back-to-back combination that we have never seen before in a contest. Sam Pilgrim impressed the judges with a 360 from the 8 meters drop and a backflip tuck no-hand to superman backflip combination on the big doubles and ended up third.

With this result Sam Pilgrim stays in top position in the FMB World Tour overall ranking. Sam Reynolds moved up to the second place and Thomas Genon, who got 5th at Berg Line now is in third position in the overall ranking.

You can watch the full replay of Red Bull Berg Line here - thanks to Red Bull Media House

Overall Results Red Bull Berg Line:

1. Andreu Lacondeguy (ESP)
2. Sam Reynolds (GBR)
3. Sam Pilgrim (GBR)
4. Anthony Messere (CAN)
5. Thomas Genon (BEL)
6. Mitch Chubey (CAN)
7. Peter Henke (GER)
8. Darren Berrecloth (CAN)
9. Brett Rheeder (CAN)
10. Linus Sjöholm (SWE)
11. Yannick Granieri (FRA)
12. Cam McCaul (USA)
13. Martin Söderström (SWE)
14. Anton Thelander (SWE)
15. Jakub Vencl (CZE)
16. Teo Gustavson (SWE)
17. Paul Basagoitia (USA)
18. Szymon Godziek (POL)
19. Tomas Zejda (CZE)
20. Bienvenido Alba (ESP)
21. Ramon Hunziker (SUI)
22. Simon Kirchmann (GER)
23. Cameron Zink (USA)
24. Casey Groves (CAN)

For whatever reason you have missed or just can't get enough of the Red Bull Berg Line, the webcast can be watched on demand for one week here!

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