Recap: GFL Series at Zephyrhills

There were nearly 200 entries and over $3,000 raised by Grind for Life at this stop. Wow, thanks to all of you for the support.

Recap: GFL Series at Zephyrhills

Posted by Rob Meronek a month ago on April 3rd, 2021

There were nearly 200 entries and over $3,000 raised by Grind for Life at this stop. Wow, thanks to all of you for the support. The Grind for Life Organizatin is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that assists cancer patients with travel expenses to get the care they need. The GFL Series is a US series of street and park/bowl contests that includes Adaptive Divisions. Check out some coverage from the Zephyrhills stop below.

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Good morning, we get here at 7am to set up.

Justin is your Head Judge and jack of all trades like many of us have to be to at The Boardr.

Profile: Justin Ryan

A quick staff circle and we're ready to roll.

The Red Bull ride!

Andy Hernandez with a 50-50.

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Check Justin Bishop's profile for an explanation of how he uses a beeper box to help him figure out when to pop.

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Justin on a back disaster.

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Mike Minor on a 50-50 in the deep.

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Brandon White pulling a crailslide around.

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Thanks again to the adaptive community and crew for coming to support another GFL Series. Y'all are killing it.

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Thanks for skating another one, David!

Profile: David Coons

The raffle tickets are in demand. Proceeds to the Grind for Life Charity, a 501(c)(3) that assists cancer patients with travel expenses to get to the care they need.

Profile: Mike Rogers

Flickin' it over the hip.

Chaz sliding into lunchtime.

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Pops is in the pit. Thanks to all the supportive parents out there.

A good boardslide starts right at the top like that.

Looks like your time is up, but Red Bull time just started.

Profile: Mikah Collins

Pushing down a nosegrind.

The podium!

The podium!

The podium!

That's how you doooo it.

Profile: Mike Rogers

Did you win anything?

That frontside ollie gets better and better at each stop.

Nice melon. Next time, run with Pro-Tec, though.

Thanks for skating another one, Autumn.

Profile: Autumn Tust

The podium!

The podium!

The podium!

It's going to be fun watching Camden grow up from here. He's got a good dose of that special style and board control that usually leads to being an incredible adult skateboarder. Looking damn good out there, Camden!

Profile: Camden Mashore

A good looking frontside ollie guided by that tweaked front foot.

Nearly sitting down on that frontside air.

A front rock from Mike.

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The podium!

The podium!

Corey staring a boardslide up top.

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Decades ago, Jared Lee used to skate our events. Nice to have you back, Jared!

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The podium!

The podium!

The podium!

Haze with the FS180NG.

Profile: Haze Miller

First place in the ripping lunch division goes to Sword and Spoon.

Jax following in big bro's footsteps and wheelmarks.

Profile: Jax Effs

Is this Merle or the twin that showed up?

Profile: Dog of the Day

It's almost like this is a picture of an Instagram feed with people judging you and using their microphone for callout culture, except we're not jerks. That's your judging staff and announcer, Mikah. Thanks for putting in the detailed concentration work it takes to do this job for 12+ hours on contest day.

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Noah on a front feeble.

Profile: Noah Pollard

Jake going into a BSTS.

Profile: Jake Malick

Good to have you back at these, Nick!

Profile: Nick Wallace

It's a wrap! This time, before the sun went down.

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