Jean William Prevost wins Toronto FU9 2013!!

Photos: Mark Kuhlmann.

The prize giving ceremony has just gone down at the CFO FU 9 in Toronto, Canada, and the level of riding was crazy! Congratulations to Jean William Prevost!!, Sam Foakes and Terry Adams top 3 in Pro! Ron Monis for the AM win, Steve Bergeron for the Veterans win, and Eric Favot for the Novice win. Results below.

Thanks to the wonders of technology I got to see Sam Foakes drop a one touch second run with some of his craziest combos back to back and Dominik Nekolny hit a massive last combo which started with a whiplash to halfhiker jump to halfpacker no hands on the bar a’la Justin Miller! Terry Adams, Dub, JFB, Percy Marshall, James White all killed it too. (yet to see their runs) With all the facetime updates, I feel like I am there, the wonders of technology. Massive Shoutout to Mark Kuhlmann for all the live updates!! Really looking forward to seeing all the full runs!


1-Jean William Prevost
2-Sam Foakes
3-Terry Adams
4-Dominik Nekolny
5-Jean-Francois Boulianne
6-Percy Marshall
7-James White
8-James McGraw


1-Ron Monis
2-Todd Carter
3-Bryan Huffman
4-Steve Jordan
5-Adam Pergentile
6-Trevor Olenik
7-Digger Brown
8-Marty Clark

1-Steve Bergeron
2-Tony Strickler
3-Brian Cavagan (spelling might be wrong)


1- Eric Favot
2- Rebecca Pergentile
3- Paula Trix

12 thoughts on “Jean William Prevost wins Toronto FU9 2013!!

    • I only saw Sam’s second run and Dom’s last combo, f’ing insane!! Congratulations to Dub, can’t wait to see his winning ride!

      * Will post full results in the morning!

  1. The top five all destroyed it in their own unique ways. The judges did not have an easy job today, but what a thrill to be able to see all of the amazing riding that went down.

  2. Some highlights for me were Dom’s kickflip line (so good), Sam’s everything, and Dub’s ferocious and dizzying speed as he destroyed the back wheel.

  3. Effraim, Terry and I had the same argument.

    I still call it a kickflip, because the tire flips relative to the ground, but I understand your’s and Terry’s argument that relative to his body, there’s no flip.

    We asked Dom, and he first refered to it as a kickflip, until Terry convinced him it wasn’t.

    Either way, it is SUCH a bad ass trick, and it’s no surprise really that Justin and Dom are the only ones to throw it down, especially in a contest setting.

    • I tried this trick a long time ago, got close a few times. Then as I recall I was riding at masters and mentioned it with Justin Miller, and he busted it out hahaha, in my opinion its harder not to flip the bars, its so natural for the bars to flip, but how Dom and Miller do it is flat out amazing!
      What would you call it if he actually kickflipped it? 🙂

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