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For 2016, we took Pogopalooza out of the Big Cities and Massive Host Events, to bring it back to its roots. 2016 featured a Competition designed for Riders of all ages, a Live-Event Experience built for True Fans, and a Media Series capturing the full story, unfiltered.  We had an amazing season and can’t wait to bring it all back in 2017!  Thank You! – Nick & Nick

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We picked the beautiful, apocalyptic setting of Carrie Furnaces in Swissvale, PA for our World Championships this year because we love the people, the story, and the energy there.  You will too. The event is centered around the best Pogo Park ever constructed, and the top handful of Riders from around the world will battle it out in three competitions.  Throw in Delicious Food Trucks, and Furnace Tours – well, you have yourself a hell of a weekend.  #GoPogo

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Pogopalooza History

Pogopalooza 2015 World Finals – Philadelphia, PA

Freestyle

  • 1st: Dalton Smith – 77.00
  • 2nd: Henry Cabelus – 74.02
  • 3rd: Michael Mena – 71.17
  • 4th: Dmitry Arsenyev – 63.80
  • 5th: Nic Patino – 58.80
  • 6th: Fred Grzybowski – 56.82
  • 7th: Biff Hutchison – 56.23
  • 8th: Mike Hughes – 43.72
  • 9th: Ryan O’Malley – __.__
  • 10th: Tone Staubs – __.__

Best Trick

  • Nic Patino – Hungarian
  • Henry Cabelus – Aerial Inward Whip
  • Biff Hutchison – Wicked Witch Backflip

High Jump

  • Biff Hutchison – 10′ 6″
  • Dalton Smith – 10′ 6″
  • Henry Cabelus – 10′

Pogopalooza 2015 US Open – Jacksonville, FL

Freestyle

  • 1st: Dmitry Arsenyev – 85.81
  • 2nd: Michael Mena – 85.20
  • 3rd: Henry Cabelus – 84.93
  • 4th: Biff Hutchison – 84.73
  • 5th: Dalton Smith – 84.13
  • 6th: Tone Staubs – 83.47
  • 7th: Fred Grzybowski – 82.53
  • 8th: Mike Hughes – 71.07
  • 9th: Russ Kaus – 69.67
  • 10th: Nic Patino – 69.40

Best Trick

  • Michael Mena – 360 Flip Flop Scissor Kick
  • Henry Cabelus – Reverse Double Front Dismount
  • Nic Patino – One Hand Superman

High Jump

  • Biff Hutchison – 10′ 1/4″
  • Dmitry Arsenyev – 10′ 1/4″
  • Russ Kaus – 9′ 6″

Pogopalooza 2014: Helsingborg, Sweden

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Best Trick

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High Jump

  • Biff Hutchison – 9′ 9″
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Pogopalooza 2014: USA. Pittsburgh, PA

Freestyle

  • 1st: Dalton Smith – 90.25
  • 2nd: Michael Mena – 85.85
  • 3rd: Nic Patino – 84.95
  • 4th: Biff Hutchison – 75.95
  • 5th: Ryan O’Malley – 75.85
  • 6th: Henry Cabelus – 73.90
  • 7th: Steve Bennett – 68.90
  • 8th: Jake Gartland – 68.55
  • 9th: Mark Aldridge – 58.25
  • 10th: Chadd Deitz – 52

Best Trick

  • 1st: Biff Hutchison
  • 2nd: Russ Kaus
  • 3rd: Steve Bennett

High Jump

  • 1st: Dmitry Arsenyev
  • 2nd: Jake Gartland
  • 3rd: Dalton Smith

Pogopalooza 10 – NYC

Freestyle

  • 1st: Biff Hutchison – 83.5
  • 2nd: Russ Kaus – 78.7
  • 3rd: Dan Mahoney – 77.9
  • 4th: Michael Mena – 76.9
  • 5th: Dalton Smith – 76.3
  • 6th: Dmitry Arsenyev – 75.7
  • 7th: Tone Staubs – 74.6
  • 8th: Mike Hughes – 68.3
  • 9th: Silas Newcomb – 62.7
  • 10th: Henry Cabelus – 60.5

Best Trick

  • 1st: Dan Mahoney – ULBS late NFCB
  • 2nd: Michael Mena – “The Manchild” Leapfrog Wraparound
  • 3rd: Russ Kaus – Double 180 Wrap

High Jump

  • 1st: Dmitry Arsenyev
  • 2nd: Jake Gartland
  • 3rd: Dalton Smith