Under bright floodlights with a roaring crowd, the Rotorua pumptrack turned into a bubbling cauldron of racing excitement. For some, It was their second race of the day after practicing and competing against the clock in downhill. Vaea Verbeeck was looking to make headway on points while Keegan Wright, Tomas Lemoine, and Kyle Strait had bones to pick from Dual Slalom and Speed and Style.
Tahnee Seagrave finished with a third bronze medal of the week and a second of the day as she edged out Vaea Verbeeck in the small final. Kialani Hines looked pretty unstoppable all night and carried that into the final where she came away with a gold medal, beating out Shania Rawson by 0.4. Billy Meaclem continued his dream week but couldn't convert it into a medal this time, he finished fourth in the men's event behind pumptrack master Adrien Loron. Lemoine and Keegan Wright battled it out in the men's final. Lemoine came away the victor while Wright extended his lead at the top of the King rankings.