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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
    in: NW Cup

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
    in: NW Cup

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    Riders crowded the stage as volunteers handed out tickets for the raffle.

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
    in: NW Cup

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Pro rider Kody Clark coached Jake Stegall after his dad had a gnarly crash at the last round which prevented him from riding.

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Heckler's Row
    Ella Erickson

    After many years, the NW Cup has added a new category. Junior Ex Women. The girls have long awaited for this season because up until now, they were in Cat 1 until they were old enough to compete in Pro Women. Now, the best young women can compete at the same level as the Junior Ex men.

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Muffin Top
    Denton Johnson

    As Cat 3 riders raced down Muffin top, they were greeted by blue skies and the open ocean. Rider Denton Johnson placed second with a time of 00:03:21.92. (Cat 3 Men 11-14)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Lower Pro
    Magnus Manson

    Magnus Manson scrubs the large hip on Lower Pro. Manson finished with a nearly perfect run and the fastest time on the hill, 00:02:28.64. (Pro Men)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Lower Pro
    Jill Kintner

    2017 pro women national champ, Jill Kintner, returned to the PNW to compete this past weekend. Kintner took the outside line on the Lower Pro hip and kept it close to the ground. Placing first in her category with a time of 00:02:49.17, Kintner was ahead of the competition by nearly 3 seconds. (Pro Women)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Heckler's Row
    Jackson Goldstone

    At only 14 years old, Jackson Goldstone flew down the trail putting him in the number one spot. Goldstone's time of 00:02:39.37 would have put him 12th place among the pros, less than a second off of top 10. (Cat 1 Men 0-18)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Cakewalk
    Mathew Groves

    With a couple slip ups in his race run, Mathew Groves came into the last corner with his eyes on the finish line. Cat 2 19-29 had a total of 28 riders competing this weekend. (Cat 2 Men 19-29)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Rocking a bright blue tutu, the Sweetlines riders stand out among as both the riders and coaches sport tutus during their race runs. (Cat 3 Women 11-18)

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    Johnny Pray

    At his second race ever, Johnny Pray finished with a 00:03:20.00, landing him the number 2 podium spot. (Cat 3 Men 15-18)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Liam Smillie

    Roosting the final corner, pro men rider Liam Smillie crosses the finish line during his seeding run. Smillie nearly held the number three spot from his seeding run but finished in 4th with a 00:02:33.73. (Pro Men)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Heckler's Row
    Trevor Lewis

    Although Trevor Lewis didn't have the run he was looking for after a "rough weekend of crashes and mechanicals", the pro rider finished with a 00:02:45.68 and still had a great time this weekend. (Pro Men)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Middle White Knuckle
    Will Roening

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Middle White Knuckle
    Max Mckenzie

    Young ripper, Max Mckenzie let loose during practice. (Cat 3 Men 0-10)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Middle White Knuckle

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Upper White Knuckle

    Catching a glimpse of the ocean, West Coast Racing team rider Crabshack throws in a whip during practice on Upper White Knuckle. (Cat 2 Men 40-49)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Upper White Knuckle
    Anna Brinkerhoff

    The sun shined through the trees as races ride through White Knuckle. (Cat 2 Women 0-18)

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Upper White Knuckle
    Scott Gile

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Muffin Top

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    Braeburn
    Matt Orlando

    Transition team rider, Matt Orlando soaring over the hip in Braeburn. Orlando moved up four spots in his race run, placing him in 6th place with a time of 00:02:37.51.

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    King Diamond
    Joe Rager

    A foggy Friday Practice made for muddy lines and dark trails. Joe Rager chose to forgo goggles in hope of having better sight.

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    olympicdirtsociety: 2018-NW-Cup
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    Jill Kitner, Luke Strobel, Bryn Atkinson

    Pro Riders, Kintner, Strobel, and Atkinson, take a break from practice to spend some time catching up and talking about the trail.

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