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Monday, July 20, 2009


Rotterdam Grand Prix: Bastien & Tim got all


This weekend’s 2009 Rotterdam Grand Prix is a wrap where Rotterdam’s very own Tim Zom took home $10K for first place and capped off the international event with along with Best Trick winnings as well. Tim Zom rides for Colorblind and Adio.
Bastien Salabanzi (born November 18, 1985 in Toulon, France) took the second place. Bastien is a professional skateboarder with regular stance. He won his first contest at the age of 11 in Marseille, France. After that, Vans flew him to the finals in California, his first trip to the United States. Bastien finished third in the street skateboarding event at the 2004 X Games. He won the WSR05 skateboarding contest in Rotterdam, Netherlands in 2005. Bastien is said to be traveling France playing the guitar, a newly found passion of his. One of his unique achievements was a switch heelflip up a 6 set of stairs. He is riding with Jart Skateboards and Rusty
Here are the final results:
1. Tim Zom (NLD)
2. Bastien Salabanzi (FRA)
3. Rob Maatman (NLD)
4. David Gonzalez (COL)
5. Neil Smith (GBR)
6. Thomas Vintr (CZE)
7. Ricardo Paterno (NLD)
8. Peter Molek (SVK)
9. Adrien Bulard (FRA)
10. Curren Caples (USA)
11. Dylan Perry (USA)

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posted by Xavier Lannes @ Monday, July 20, 2009 




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