VIRGIN, UT – (USA) – The sun came out in Virgin after a weekend that saw severe weather and flash floods in the area, and many of the biggest stars in the sport were shining with runs that combined speed, style and big tricks. Lacondeguy topped the field with one of the steepest and most difficult runs possible, capping with a huge flatspin backflip off the Polaris RZR booter. Previous Rampage champion Cam Zink earned the Best Trick, presented by Utah Sports Commission, for a massive 360 drop 60 feet off a cliff. His run also earned him the second place spot on the podium. Canadian rider Brandon Semenuk earned 3rd place and the People’s Choice with a line stacked with tricks, including an opposite 360 and backflip one footed can-can.
Finally the One
As Andreu Lacondeguy prepared for his run, his nerves were running high, but so was his desire to finally be on the podium. His first run proved to be all that he needed to finally accomplish his dream. “I knew I needed that extra little bit to be on the top and this year I just picked the steepest line. As soon as I heard the countdown I just got out of the cage and pinned it to the bottom.” As he went to the top to prepare for a second run, he watched the rest of the riders try to beat his score without success. As soon as his fiercest competitor Brandon Semenuk finished his run and he saw the score would not top his, he put down his bike and wiped away tears, as his dream was finally realized.
To see all the action and how it went down, fans can tune in to NBC on December 27th at 4pm EST to broadcast of Red Bull Rampage presented by GoPro, and supported by Dodge Dart, Polaris RZR, Army National Guard and Utah Sports Commission.
Review the live stream also via: www.redbull.com/rampage
Red Bull Rampage 2014 Final Results
1. Andreu Lacondeguy ESP 95.25, 2. Cameron Zink USA 89.50, 3. Brandon Semenuk CAN 89.25, 4. Kyle Strait USA 89.00, 5. Brett Rheeder CAN 88.50, 6. Kyle Norbraten CAN 82.75, 7. Jeff Herbertson USA 82.50, 7. Brendan Fairclough GBR 77.25, 9. Paul Basagoitia USA 76.50, 10. Mitch Chubey CAN 76.25, 11. Szymon Godziek POL 76.00, 12. Kelly McGarry NZL 73.25, 13. Thomas Genon BEL 71.50, 14. Louis Reboul FRA 70.75, 15. Carson Storch USA 69.25, 16. Pierre Edouard Ferry FRA 67.50, 17. Geoff Gulevich CAN 66.00, 18. Ramon Hunziker SUI 37.75, 19. Tom Van Steenbergen CAN 35.00, 20. Mike Montgomery USA 24.00
Best Trick presented by Utah Sports Commission:
Cam Zink, 360 Drop (60+ feet)
People’s Choice Award presented by Army National Guard: