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Ferguson Fifth in Bird's Nest World Cup

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USSA
2013-12-22 08:09
 

BEIJING, China (Dec. 22) – Dylan Ferguson (Amesbury, MA) landed a fifth-place finish at the aerials World Cup inside the famed Bird’s Nest stadium, the site of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games opening ceremony. Ferguson took the top U.S. finish in the stadium, which was complete with a roaring crowd, music and light show. Canadian Travis Gerrits spoiled the Chinese podium sweep, winning the contest ahead of Chao Wu and Zongyang Jia. The U.S. freestyle aerials squad heads back to the USA for a break and then to Deer Valley for the 2014 Visa Freestyle International World Cup Jan. 10.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Dylan Ferguson (Amesbury, MA) landed a fifth-place finish at the aerials World Cup inside the famed Bird’s Nest stadium, the site of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games opening ceremony.
  • Ferguson took the top U.S. finish in the stadium, which was complete with a roaring crowd, music and light show. Ferguson threw a huge double full, full, full for his final jump and earned a score of 117.65.
  • Olympian Scotty Bahrke (Tahoe City, CA) took 25th in Sunday’s event with Nevin Brown (Streetsboro, OH) 27th.
  • Canadian Travis Gerrits spoiled the Chinese podium sweep, winning the contest ahead of Chao Wu and Zongyang Jia.
  • The U.S. freestyle aerials squad heads back to the USA for a break and then to Deer Valley for the 2014 Visa Freestyle International World Cup Jan. 10.

QUOTES
Dylan Ferguson
I am stoked with how tonight went. I put down some epic jumps and was just having a blast! The rest of my competitors killed it and tonight was amazing for the sport of aerials. My coaches are happy with the result and we go to DV next so you know I am going to have fun jumping there.

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