Chavaria's best run was his first one. He jumped high off the side of one ramp, went cleanly down the big rail, was able to skid off his back wheels on a metal rim and he tried to land after flipping his board in the air but wasn't quite able to nail it 100 percent. But those earned two marks of 97 and another of 95 from the judges.
Kim showed his wicked skills in the second run. He spun off the ramp on a ramp directly in front of the judges, put together a 180-degree board spin, spun the board on top of another ramp and landed it, then he executed a "fakie," or rode a board backward for a couple seconds.
Villani put together another outstanding first run. The junior with the long hair threw together a 360-degree, clockwise spin with his board, then he put his feet on it a second before it stopped spinning. He landed a backside move off a medium-sized ramp.