Montréal, CANADA (July 12, 2019) – The local skate scene and the larger Montréal community gathered to witness the brand new, never-been-skated park terrain course today at the third stop of the Vans Park Series Pro Tour.

Tristan Rennie excited the crowd with some of his best skating on this year’s tour with his usual consistency and use of the entire course, which ultimately landed him top spot in the Men’s Semi Finals. The Brazilian pair of Luiz Francisco and Pedro Barros rounded out the top three positions with both skaters utilizing their speed and power to energize the field and show their technical skills throughout the Semis.

In the Women’s division, VPS Brazil stop winner, Yndiara Asp claimed the top spot going into Saturday Finals like a true champion. Much like her fellow countrymen, Luiz and Pedro, she demonstrated high speed and unique tricks around the entire course. Jordyn Barratt and Lizzie Armanto followed closely behind in second and third respectively, with their impressive maneuvers and creative flow around the new course. See the full results below.

The live broadcast for the Finals begins at 12 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Saturday, July 13, and can be watched on vansparkseries.com.

Roman Pabich 540  Photo: Michael Burnett</span>

Roman Pabich 540 Michael Burnett

RESULTS

2019 VPS Men’s Pro Tour, Montréal

Semi-Final Results

  1. Tristan Rennie (USA)
  2. Luiz Francisco (BRA)
  3. Pedro Barros (BRA)
  4. CJ Collins (USA)
  5. Cory Juneau (USA)
  6. Roman Pabich (BRA)
  7. Murilo Peres (BRA)
  8. Clay Kreiner (USA)

2019 Women’s Pro Tour, Montréal

Semifinals Results

  1. Yndiara Asp (BRA)
  2. Jordyn Barratt (USA)
  3. Lizzie Armanto (FIN)
  4. Grace Marhoefer (USA)
  5. Mami Tezuka (JPN)
  6. Autumn Tust (USA)
  7. Spencer Braux (USA)
  8. Alana Smith (USA)
CJ Collins Frontside Boneless  Photo: Michael Burnett</span>

CJ Collins Frontside Boneless Michael Burnett