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All that happened on Sunday in the X16 finale
By Brian Tunney
The Street final got under way just after 10:30 a.m. PT, and Garrett Reynolds made it a three-peat. His runs were nuts, and to be honest, no one came close. Reynolds effortlessly combined burly with tech, and his runs consisted of smooth smith grinds up the ledge to hard 180 barspins out, double trucks to fake in the tea cup and the usual Reynolds brand of trick, trick, trick, smile, shrug and get on with it. His fourth and final run, which he didn't even need to take because ...
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