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"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat." - Theodore Roosevelt



Sunday, March 29, Rotorua, New Zealand. It’s the final day of Crankworx Rotorua. Slopestyle day. This is the day that draws the fans. This is the event that continually redefines ‘big’. Slopestyle is the show that the entire Crankworx entourage and thousands of spectators have been anxiously awaiting all week.

But after a week of near perfect conditions, the skies above Rotorua’s Skyline Gravity Park have decided to open up. The course was covered in tarps on Saturday night to protect the manicured dirt, but as rain fell into the morning, event organizers were forced to call for a few hours of delay.

Time itself is not that big a deal. After all, most of these guys have traveled to New Zealand’s North Island from North America, Europe or Great Britain. Most spend hours in the gym, hours digging in the dirt to sculpt their own jumps, and even more hours practicing. They’ve already spent hours practicing this course all week.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle
Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

The uncertainness of the event postponement is difficult, though. Most of the riders have been talking about how much they like this course—perhaps not surprising, since it was designed and built by one of their own. They want to get to work.

Being a slopestyle rider is a strange profession. Imagine going to work in an office that awarded small missteps with any manner of injury. Get the smallest part of a run wrong, and you just might end up lights-out on the ground. And even if you get everything right, even if you nail every trick in your run perfectly, the only prizes you’re guaranteed are applause from the fans and the respect of your peers.

But admiration alone isn’t enough for some riders. At the pinnacle of the sport right now, two athletes seem to be on another level. They placed first and second in Red Bull Joyride last year at Crankworx Whistler, and as event favorites, Brett Rheeder and Brandon Semenuk will be the last riders to drop in.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle
Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

It’s nearing 2:00 p.m. and the forecast for clearing skies seems to be reasonably accurate. For much of the morning, the rain has been coming down. Sometimes, it has been an easy mist and sometimes, it has come down in sheets, blown sideways by big gusts of wind. Now, though, the sun is peeking through, and hoodies and rain jackets that were not quite warm enough earlier are starting to be shed for t-shirts. Steam rises from the jumps like the start of some ominous pregame pyrotechnics show.

Semenuk is calm, collected and perhaps a bit guarded on a last quick walk of the course. Tarps blew off the very top last night, making the ground a bit softer here than elsewhere, and making the first gap harder to clear than at any other time this week. No matter.

This course is not perfect—no one ever will be—but there is nowhere on it, no jump or feature that is terrifying to the riders. While that might be comforting for some, the few riders in this sport’s uppermost echelon know that the only way to win here is to push the envelope of what’s possible further than everyone else. A normal run simply won’t cut it. For them, that’s the incredibly terrifying part.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle
Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Robbed of the morning’s scheduled practice, riders are given a few runs to warm up and get used to the slower conditions. The start time, which had been pushed back to 2:00, is now looking more like 3:00. The crowd is deep, and the atmosphere, as they like to say here, is ‘amped.’ After nearly an hour-long, non-stop flow of riders, the course is quiet, signaling that it’s about to start.

One at a time, riders begin making their way down. Many of them nail their runs, and celebrate success with the fans surrounding the final jump. Others come up short, and immediately begin thinking about how to correct their second attempt.

Next up is Brett Rheeder. His run goes flip whip, cork 720, back flip opposite tail whip, opposite tail whip, double truck driver, opposite truck driver, back flip, tail whip and finishes with a back flip bar spin to tuck no-hander. In about 45 seconds.

The judges award Rheeder a score of 93.33, which puts him in the lead.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Cork 720 Barspin - Photo by Ale Di Lullo
Photo by Ale Di Lullo

Semenuk follows. Double truck driver, tuck no-hander to tail whip, 360 bar spin to tail whip, nollie tail whip, 450 downside tail whip, opposite truck driver, back flip one-foot can-can, back flip and then a cork 720 bar spin to finish it off—except he doesn’t stick the final landing, and hits the ground. He’s moving, but also doesn’t get up right away.

The low score moves Semenuk up in the start order for run number two.

He opens run number two with a first trick that seems a bit light for a three-time winner of Crankworx Whistler’s slopestyle and two-time Crankworx Les 2 Alpes slopestyle champ. He doesn’t trick the second jump or the third, and pulls up short of the fourth. For Semenuk, the day is done.

When the two riders that follow him stop short with what seem to be similar problems, fans begin to speculate that the ground has turned to speed-stealing mush. But that’s not what’s going on with Brandon Semenuk.

Back at the base of the run, under the shade of his sponsor’s tents, he stands alone, facing away from the course. Shades don’t completely hide the thousand-yard stare.

He explains that it wasn’t anything to do with the course, but rather his crash that effectively ended his day. He’d hit his head and was having a hard time seeing out of his left eye. He moves his left hand around, indicating that he can really only see it when it’s almost directly in front of his face. In a sport like this that relies so heavily on visual clues, partial vision is a dangerous thing.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

The masses watch, as Rheeder’s closest challengers—Nicolai Rogatkin, Thomas Genon, Martin Soderstrom and Logan Peat—make attempts at overtaking him for the lead. Despite valiant efforts, none of them gets it done. And when it’s clear that Rheeder’s first run score will win, he rolls in for a celebratory run, with his longtime friend Logan Peat in tow.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle
Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankwork Rotorua Slopestyle

Flip Whip - Photo by Ale Di Lullo
360 Double Tail Whip - Photo by Ale Di Lullo

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

At the base of the final landing, photographers line up to capture the podium ceremony. One by one, Thomas Genon, Nicolai Rogatkin and Brett Rheeder make their way onto the steps, hoist giant checks and spray champagne on each other. The interviews continue on for the better part of an hour, and the celebration will undoubtedly continue throughout the night.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle
Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle
Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle

Brandon Semenuk is noticeably absent from shots of congratulatory hugs and handshakes—he’s across the venue in the medical tent, hoping his eyesight would clear up a little bit quicker and questioning his decision to include the cork 7 bar spin at the end of his run.

The life of a slopestyle rider is strange: You travel halfway around the world in search of just a few seconds of glory. Sometimes it goes your way. Perhaps more often, though, it doesn’t. And so it goes.

Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle



Video by: Mind Spark Cinema
Photos by: Adrian Marcoux
Words by: Joe Parkin
Additional Images by Ale Di Lullo

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120 Comments

  • 347 2
 Can't believe the amount of shit people gave him for not carrying on.. Respect for making the call and stopping instead of sending the rest of the course with one eye and possibly going down hard.
  • 23 2
 Yeah dude, it's his call, if he would have carried it out to the end, he might have gotten a more serious injury. But that hit to the head, seems a bit fishy, he might have a concussion, hope he is going to recover 'till the next FMB stop.
  • 40 0
 I agree. I respect him more for knowing his boundaries and realizing the big picture rather than trying to push through an injury like that. If he kept going it probably would have ended up way worse if he crashed again. On another note, this article was amazing! More please!
  • 26 2
 I really didn't think he was hurt and I think everyone's opinions about him being a poor loser were before we knew he was hurt and thought he's just disappointed. We definitely shouldn't have jumped to conclusions.
  • 25 0
 No matter what people say about him, no one gives Brandon a harder time than Brandon! He demands perfection from himself and is not happy with anything shy of that.
  • 6 1
 @biker3335
This kind of people have no excuses. They saw his crash and they know he's brandon semenuk
  • 5 0
 Agreed. Brandon has sent it like crazy before! He deff wouldn't bail on a run or contest like that unless it was really serious.
  • 2 1
 I think this was very good so people who stared to hate him could see that he isn't a asshole etc.
  • 3 8
flag GavElliott (Mar 30, 2015 at 13:57) (Below Threshold)
 No question if he couldn't pull a cork720 bar because of the conditions doing with a bulry left eye would near impossible...
  • 21 0
 After his career is done, he will go down as the greatest freerider to ride competition. He has won almost everything there is to win in slopestyle. I think he judgement to shut it down Saturday was sound. Good luck the rest of the season Semenuk!
  • 14 3
 Seriously. All the twats knocking him when he was having legitimate issues. Even if he was just being hard on himself and sulking you'd still be twats. But he was in the med tent. I met him once, after winning his last Claymore. He's as humble and chill as anyone. Internet comments... Speak sensibly or risk sounding like a total asshole.
  • 13 1
 people are probably mad that he didnt stay and make balloon animals for spectators
  • 5 0
 Mad props for making this vid PB. Hes not that bad
  • 5 0
 True Champ. Calling it quits, when wanting and having the ability to win. Hope he is fine by now! Big Grin
  • 1 0
 Is that a Santa Cruz with Trek stickers??
  • 2 3
 @Benread Its your mum with a bike sticker
  • 1 2
 Have you seen Peat's Santa Cruz? Looks nothing like the Ticket
  • 112 2
 Second impact concussion are not a good thing. He should never have been able to ride his second run. There needs to be safety protocol in place.
  • 17 1
 I agree.

It has been shown that it can't be left up to the athlete to self diagnose. In other words, the athlete should not be the "only one that knows".

I don't know if the means allowing the order to change after a crash for a medical analysis, or having a third party concussion expert on site similar to the NFL.
  • 26 15
 Redbull should pay for an independent doctor on hand to diagnose and test athletes following any type of crash so ensure their own safety. Oh wait, that's right- red bull doesn't care about athletes who get injured in the sports they sponsor. But because this kind if sport is in its infancy, the athletes are happy to participate and take the risks while redbull and other sponsors rake in the revenues. But, like most pro sports, the pioneers will grow the popularity of the sport and the second or third generation athletes will eventually reap the rewards.
  • 29 2
 What a bullshit....red bull takes care of their sponsored athletes...maybe more than most other companys in the buisness...talk to red bull athletes and you will see what support they get
  • 11 0
 I was just taking a wilderness first aid class and the instructor was saying that a second concussion on top of a concussion is a 50/50 chance of death and 80% chance of permanent brain damage. I am sure that these numbers are exaggerated at least a little but still either way it is NOT worth the risk! I really respect and applaud Brandon's decision for sitting out after that crash.
  • 2 7
flag lukefreerider (Mar 30, 2015 at 15:29) (Below Threshold)
 You guys are all right in what you say but everytime i go down hard and people (friends, family, work colegues,general public) I always tell myself this - "You know ur own body better than they do!" and its right.....and as he said in the film "you're the only one that knows"
  • 3 0
 Very very true from a survivor of those stats
  • 1 0
 True. Much more (potentially) dangerous than NHL hockey, with far fewer safety measures.
  • 60 9
 we love you Semen!
  • 45 11
 You might want to Google that nikifor88..........
  • 86 3
 cume on dude, I'm not that stupid
  • 39 0
 Swallow that @watchmen...
  • 3 1
 Guys...
  • 3 16
flag kierz (Mar 31, 2015 at 1:39) (Below Threshold)
 Gays...*
  • 10 1
 Hey, Gay jokes aren't funny...Come on guys...
  • 1 4
 Hahaha very funny you know there are other places on the internet for things like those this place is for bikes... but thats non of my business
  • 37 0
 Loving this style of articles, keep up the good work Pinkbike!
  • 31 0
 Why did the medics even allow him to drop in for the second run? A concussion is serious, hitting your head again could cost you your life.
  • 28 0
 Blurred vision following a crash is an obvious sign of a likely TBI (concussion). Need a mandatory concussion protocol in these competitions. His coach saying "It's up to you. You're the only one who knows" is the stupidest thing ever!

An impartial doctor on site should make the call. Hope this leads to this needed change. A second immediate concussion if he would have hit his head on the second run could have led to permanent brain damage. Not something to screw around with. Glad for him he pulled up and lives to win another day.
  • 5 0
 I totally agree, I had a crash early fall last year which put me in the hospital and I still cannot remember what happened for a few hours before the crash until I woke up the next day. It took me weeks before I would wake up in the morning and not question if what happened the day before actually happened or was just a dream. I admire his desire to push through and go for it, but I am glad to see him call it as head injuries are no joke.
  • 3 0
 Retina detachment along with tbi is no fun either
  • 15 0
 Feel so bummed for semenuk
  • 12 0
 Huge respect for Semenuk. Seeing his (and other's) first run in slow motion from alternate camera angles was awesome. IMO if he landed that last jump, he would have beaten Rheeder's score. Those two guys are insane.
  • 7 0
 Maybe Brandon's manager or trainer should have stepped in cause those closest to him should have got him to get checked out before he dropped his second run ?? Maybe they tried? but seeing him puttin his goggles on anyone could tell something was wrong and maybe it wasn't so much himself he was afraid to disappoint ? Maybe it will prompt some new safety protocols? Just sayin? Pretty scary shit!!
  • 4 2
 His manager (Moreland) was right there. Told him to put his goggles on to relieve pressure and to "Go get it". When Semenuk tried explaining the symptoms to him, Tyler Moreland started whistling. WTF. Douche move. FMB athletes deserve to have some kind of concussion protocall, not some douche manager who thinks he is a doctor.
  • 8 0
 "Mind Spark Cinema" put together one of the most solid videos i have seen in a while. Well done guys. And Semenuk you are still, and will always be the man to beat in my opinion. Major props for going for such an insane run!
  • 7 0
 im so glad someone came up with this emergency mini documentary video to stop all this bullshit speculations of why he called it quit? there you go, this is what really went down there....up to the crash he had one of the sickest runs....and the score was a joke....?any way it's just pre season he'll be back bigger for sure...
  • 6 0
 Brandon is a true professional who takes his job seriously. I think it's very impressive and why he's been on top so many times. That said, with all the risk involved in putting on such a great show for everyone, I hope his team takes bad vision in one eye very seriously... sounds really sketchy.
  • 12 3
 If he hadn t crashed semenuk definitly would have won
  • 5 0
 He made the podium at Whistler Crankworx at the age of 16!won this very event three times! and I daresay he would have won Rotorua if he nailed the landing of his ridiculous 720 barspin cork or whatever you wanna call this one! He's going to get back to the top!
  • 8 0
 Semenuk hope you have a speedy Recovery! *sending good vibes*
  • 5 0
 haters gonna hate. I do not. Hope you get well soon, and do not listen to a bunch of clowns on the forums. You have lots of support from your friends, fellow competitors, and your fans. take care Mr Semenuk.
  • 9 6
 He should have just went straight to the medical tent rather than try a second run. So much focus and strength is needed to do what he was trying to do. I am sure i will get neg propped, but the whole bike throwing was strange to me. If your not feelin good and 100% nobody will give yuh a hard time if you just skip out on your second run. Running off to go see a medic is fine and i dont blame him, but the bike chucking the way he did it kinda showed his attitude towards the whole thing, i cant relate at all to how he was feeling, but yuh gotta show a little professionalism when being paid so much money. The little spat he had doesnt change my opinion of him, i still think he his thee best out there, but next time just suck it up and go see the doctor rather than try and cam zink it and possibly suffer more injury.
  • 18 2
 Ever make a decision out of anger to regret it later. Ever feel the pressure this kid feels with a target on is back constantly. We all make mistakes. He is a very young talented man. I for one think he puts himself in a pressure cooker and when it blows it blows. Semenuk is and has always been a classy young man. I cannot get down on him for a momentary lapse in judgement.
  • 3 10
flag MDRipper (Mar 30, 2015 at 11:56) (Below Threshold)
 I agree, but i would never just chuck my bike in anger like that, in front of all these people who support you and will show yuh love whether or not u win. We are all different in expressing our anger i guess, but he has already proven himself to be the best, just have fun no need to put so much pressure on yourself. I have never been that competitive so maybe i just don't get it, but if im not enjoying what i am doing what is the point? A lot of other riders seem to have fun and push the limits and usually laugh it off or say oh well when they wreck, but i guess everyone handles things differently. Again i still think he is the best rider, i just question why he puts himself under so much pressure now after all he has accomplished.
  • 2 2
 Well said Biocoug1 !!!
  • 3 1
 I do not disagree with you MDRipper but why does Tiger Woods break a golf club when people pay thousands to see him perform at the Masters? Why does someone break a bat when they strike out in a baseball game. It's just emotions. We all give into them at some point. His moment of weakness came when he is suppose to have a moments of greatness. There are never any excuses to act like that out of anger and frustration but we all do it.

Brandon is such a quiet guy. He seems like he can be a little bit reserved. People make a big deal out of him smiling or not. To me based on what I see Brandon seems one of those guys who finds more happiness out of riding in his backyard than he ever could in a contest anymore. Maybe he isn't feeling the fun of contests as much as he use to and that puts pressure on him. Maybe he does contest now to please his sponsors. Who knows. I don't know him enough to analyze his psychology. But we all crack under pressure and not always in our best ways. I will be a loyal Semenuk fan always.
  • 1 1
 Ever heard of John McEnroe? That guy broke more shit than anyone during his anger fits. How many MLB players break bats, or foot ball players slam their helmets on the ground...? I think Semenuk had every right to express his anger however he sees fit.

On a second note, as a doctor who takes care of people with TBI's. He should've never dropped in on that 2nd run. I admire his "I'ma rip this shit like a boss" attitude because one crash and I'da been out like a fat kid in dodgeball. No doubt he's as tough as they come but TBI doesn't take toughness into consideration.

Watching him on a slope style course just making it his bee-itch is as much fun as watching Wade Simmons or Bender rip big ass drops in the early NWD/Kranked series.
  • 5 0
 This was a killer write up. One of the better literary pieces I've come across in awhile on this site. Pictures were spot on as well.
  • 4 0
 King Semenuk...so much respect man, true professionalism and experience shining through there. It's always better to ride another day!
  • 4 0
 I didn't notice that he did nollie tailwhip off boner log, he have so much style. Casually pulling 360 bar to whip, he got the biggest arsenal of tricks for sure!
  • 3 0
 I thought Soderstrom could have been in the top 3. His triple tailwhip is dialed! Also glad to see the money for the top 5 is substantial. Travelling to New Zealand cant be cheap.
  • 2 0
 So much respect for Brandon. He's serious about competition and responsible for pushing the sport to new levels. When other riders crash maybe they lose a top ten spot but when he crashes he loses the chance to win. I was so pumped on his run and wonder what the score would have been. Can't wait to see him bounce back from this. Best of luck Brandon.
  • 2 0
 Awesome peice. Must have been really tough for him to make such a wise decision after travelling so far to NZ with so much pressure to perform from fans and sponsors. Concussion is NOT trivial and he should not have been allowed to drop in again. brain damage lasts a life time. Great call Brandon - recover well.
  • 2 0
 His manager (Moreland) was right there. Told him to put his goggles on to relieve pressure and to "Go get it". When Semenuk tried explaining the symptoms to him, Tyler Moreland started whistling. WTF. Douche move. FMB athletes deserve to have some kind of concussion protocall, not some douche manager who thinks he is a doctor.
  • 3 2
 I think it takes guts to go back up for that second run with bad vision. To risk a second run and pull out isn't shameful in any way. And to the people saying he doesn't smile or talk a lot like some of the other slopestlye personalities out there, sometimes the people who are quieter are way more driven and interesting people. Anyone who has watched the Life Behind Bars seasons will know how much of a dedicated and passionate guy Brandon is, and he got slightly angry with himself because he knew he could win and throw down a sick run. I wish him all the best for the rest of the FMB.
  • 1 0
 life behind bars is dope
  • 3 0
 Cant believe they didnt make another season. Was gutted...
  • 3 0
 Brandon nollie tail whipped the boner log. Did not even notice that before, so much style and creativity went into his first run.
  • 1 0
 Excellent article. Thanks for this type of stuff. Great to get some in depth look at events like this. The cinematography was sweet as in the video too. I cringe every time one of these guys go down on a run, just hoping they get up all good. Good call, if not late, on bailing on the run. Crankworx Rotorua was amazing. This got me so pumped up for going back over there.
  • 2 1
 What pisses me off about this video is that these guys are under sooo much pressure by their sponsors that they feel that they have to ride(and win) no matter what. Whoever dude was that told him to put on his goggles to put pressurSemenuck is the man, glad he didn't force it but the music was way too dramatic and the video was all about him kinda diminishing what the other riders were doing. I also dislike the pressure sponsors put on riders, like dude telling him to put on his goggles to "put pressure" on his face after he said his vision was blurry.WTF! Don't know if that was his trainer or what but he looked annoyed that Semenuck was debating a second run. Dude should have been like bro dont risk it, lets go get you checked out. Blurry vision is a sign of concussion, if an NFL coach sent a player in after he comlained of blurry vision they would be fired. You the man Brandon Semenuck! And fire that guy.
  • 1 0
 That is an amazing clip and made me feel a little of the complete isolation top riders, particularly ones with the profile of BS, must feel. Pundits saying it's the sponsors forcing him to ride, that's just straight up shit. Truly competitive people will push themselves past the limit, regardless. I can almost guarantee you Brandon was just pissed he'd let himself down, and possibly the fans, not the sponsors. Take your time, get well, and we'll see you back on the podium, no doubt.
  • 1 0
 Honestly was surprised to see him drop in on his second run. The first thing I thought when I saw his crash was "damn he hit his head hard." Wishing a speedy recovery to him and a solid comeback in Les Deux Alpes.
  • 5 1
 "R-Dog- he made the right call, pulled out" haha
  • 5 0
 nollie tailwhip....
  • 2 0
 I like when a bike video tells a story. Reminded me a bit of the Crankworx scene from Seasons. Well done - good article, too.
  • 1 0
 Thank you SRAM and Brandon from a survivor of a traumatic brain injury.....a concussion is not the end, but a second one soon after can make you have to re-learn how to speak and eat.....
  • 1 0
 This is the second article I've read today that quoted Theodore Roosevelt. In fact the same exact quote. Weird coincidence? Nerd points if you know where the other article was from.
  • 3 0
 That was the "Official Video" Redbull shoulda made, nice job Mind Spark. Glad someone knows WTF they're doing.
  • 4 0
 I love you Brandon
  • 2 0
 A real Pro Rider!!! Most of the other riders tricks was done first by this guy! This must be a really hard time for him!
  • 4 3
 Lol at how Rogatkin went more upside down in his cork 7 than he did in his cash role, we need maddog back to show him how its done
  • 5 1
 For real, he's bordering on some sort of weird barrel-roll unless he starts inverting more!
  • 3 0
 Anybody saw the nollie tailwhip from semenuks run ? Thats insane !
  • 1 0
 Very nice article, I have reallyl enjoyed the coverage. Props to Semenuk, still one of the best riders and I look forward to the next event.
  • 2 1
 Wonder for how many other riders would be done the same articel, if this would happen to others. Respect tho to all the riders.
  • 3 0
 Score if he lands it: 95.5?!?!
  • 2 0
 Wow, had no idea. knew something was up though. Hope your doing better Brandon!
  • 2 0
 Semenuk is still the best, still a living legend and always will be a legend.
  • 2 0
 That metal sound you hear in the video is the clanking of giant steel balls against a bike frame.
  • 1 0
 Hell, hasn't anyone here seen Rad Company? In the part towards the end where he slams his head and then gets up and shreads twice as hard! He's tougher than nails!
  • 1 0
 Hell, hasn't anyone here seen Rad Company? In the part towards the end where he slams his head and then gets up and shreads twice as hard! He's tougher than nails!
  • 1 0
 what bike was peat riding is that some proto santa cruz or was it a trek or something with santa cruz deals
  • 1 0
 Ticket s with Santa Cruz decals
  • 2 0
 Just when I thought Pinkbike couldn't get any cooler. This. Awesome...
  • 1 0
 Amazing edit from start to finish great stuff Mind Spark. Brandon get well soon!
  • 2 1
 what a sweet ass santa cruz!
  • 1 0
 have tyler morland and casey affleck ever been seen in the same room?
  • 2 0
 Get well soon Semenuk
  • 1 0
 Cool video. anyone know the song?
  • 1 0
 After checking the YouTube page for this, hoping someone there would know, the song is "The Colder Months" by Liza Anne.
Enjoy! Wink Smile
  • 1 0
 Good article, thanks to make my day
  • 1 0
 anyone know the song in the video, was pretty good
  • 1 0
 After checking the YouTube page for this, hoping someone there would know, the song is "The Colder Months" by Liza Anne.
Enjoy! Wink Smile
  • 1 0
 Thanks man!!
  • 1 0
 much respect still the best in the wess
  • 1 0
 Semenuk is the BOSS !!
  • 1 0
 Best wishes for Brandon!
  • 1 0
 mixed feelings
  • 1 0
 Cool article
  • 1 0
 recover well, brandon.
  • 1 0
 That was beautiful
  • 1 0
 Braaaaaaandon Semenuk
  • 1 0
 burning out
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