The course was very well laid out and a lot of fun to ride. It only took a couple of runs to start feeling comfortable and flowing through the course nicely. Every one was riding great and enjoying the sunshine. Practice was going pretty well for me, I front flipped one of the jumps and was flipping out of the start step down. I pieced my run together and was excited to get qualifiers underway and do my runs. Unfortunately qualifiers didn't go exactly as planned, my first run I ended up just coming a little to fast into the step up and lost all my speed for the step down so the run ended there. On my second run things went worse and I ended up sliding out on the second jump. I was pretty disappointed to have two silly mistakes and to miss out on finals but that's just how it goes. I didn't even know there was a best trick until after qualifiers but as soon as I heard there was I knew I wanted to make up for my less than ideal qualifying runs.
Teva Qualy Run from Garrett Robertson on Vimeo.