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Whistler Gravity Fest: Expression Session

The Slopestlye Expression Session capped off festivities on Saturday at the Whistler Gravity Festival where riders were judged in five categories during their runs down a jump/trick park at the base of Whistler Mountain. Canadian Darren Berrecloth emerged the winner, taking home $2000 and pricey Oakley watch. Second place went to Eric Porter, with Richie Schley in third. The only major casualty of the day was Gareth Dyer, who came up short on a back-flip attempt, and was taken off the mountain on a backboard with what was initially reported to be a broken arm. With digi-cam in hand,

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By Jason Sumner, VeloNews associate editor

Off the box.

Off the box.

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The Slopestlye Expression Session capped off festivities on Saturday at the Whistler Gravity Festival where riders were judged in five categories during their runs down a jump/trick park at the base of Whistler Mountain. Canadian Darren Berrecloth emerged the winner, taking home $2000 and pricey Oakley watch. Second place went to Eric Porter, with Richie Schley in third.

Dropping in.

Dropping in.

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The only major casualty of the day was Gareth Dyer, who came up short on a back-flip attempt, and was taken off the mountain on a backboard with what was initially reported to be a broken arm.

With digi-cam in hand, VeloNews did its best to capture some of the action. Here are a few shots that actually came out okay.

3-2-1 lift off.

3-2-1 lift off.

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