Results for the 16th Annual Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic

Results for the 16th Annual Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic

Here are the results for this years 16th Annual Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic! A full recap and photos will be posted soon.........

Kid with Parent: 1. Kai Huggin 2. Marley Snavely 3. Taylor Tice 4. Sophia Lambert 4. Kai Wright 4. Campbell Behrends 4. Avery Snavely 4. Lachlan Meyer 4. Erik Rasussen 4. Kalani Kamake 4. Elijah Pyle

12 and Under: 1. Justin Buford 2. Trevor Tice 3. Trig Sharp 4. Solace Bergeron

13 to 17: 1. Theo Hollan 2. Christian Audova 3. Austin Weeks 4. Jonee Wright 5. Nicholas Wilson 6. Jed Sharp 7. Nate Wright

18 to 29: 1. Justin Snodgrass 2. Deklyn Wood 3. Logan Weeks 4. Max Cameron 5. Taylor Looney 6. Jed Werner

30 to 39: 1. Dane Perlee 2. Larz Richardson 3. Adam Marteeny 4. Brian Cramer 5. Ollie Richardson 6. Matt Spencer

40 to 49: 1. Shane Sjogren 2. Jeremy Rasmusen 3. Jason Oei 4. Brian Anderson 5. Dayl Wood 6. Jon Behrends

50 to 59: 1. Buzzy Moralis 2. Andy Long 3. Gary Gregg 4. Ray Benner 5. Mark Provost 6. Ben Cockcroft

60 to Dead: 1. Pete Cochran 2. Spike Richardson 3. John Tipple 4. Jeff Hollan 5. Bill Delanty 6. Peter Miller

Women: 1. Meira Cole 2. Lauren Ahlgren 3. Charlene Mercer 4. Hollis Baley 5. Olivia Schroeder 6. April Mirvis 7. Kim Rueter

SUP: 1. Larz Richardson 2. Matt Spencer 3. Mark Provost 4. Jay Sennewald 5. Andy Long 6. Sky Schroeder

Nixon Hardest Charger Women: Charlene Mercer

Nixon Longest Nose Ride Men: Deklyn Wood 

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