Syracuse, New York
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Pray for calm on the mountain tomorrow and we can expect the big names to tick off their biggest moves ahead of finals.
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The end of another day over much too soon here in the desert.
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King Kurtis going for gold for the fourth time.
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Aggy getting after it in the golden hour.
Sorge dropping the saddle ready for some big hits before sunset.
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Godziek blending in to the epic Utah terrain.
Not much room for error on Carson Storch's step-down and the playground below.
In fact not Emil Johansson, but Ray Syron of Kyle Straits dig crew getting angry with the pick-axe.
The Tip, always looking to help out his interviewees.
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Szymon Godziek has a bag of tricks much deeper than most and an unfair share of the steeze to boot.
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Van Steenbergen pioneering the giant hip.
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Nell with perfect style over the enormous hip step-up he shares with TVS.
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A front flip from Tom Van Steenbergen was definitely the move of the day during the top drop session.
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T-Mac nailing the back-flip off the first drop and ticking a big one off the list well ahead of finals.
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T-Mac always pushes hard at Rampage and this year is no exception for the now Utah resident.
Ethan Nell on his first attempt on the top drop.
TVS and Nell on the morning commute to the top.
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Brandon Semenuk testing lines before the sun hits in hooded wringraith mode.
Lions, wolves and Nells... just a few of the dangerous creatures found on the Rampage mountainside.
One of this years fresh faces at Rampage is up-and-comer Johny Salido, qualifying from the Proving Grounds event in Oregon.
All the roost and no riders through the middle of the day, Matt Delorme had to step up.