Beau Bamburg and Jake Windham round out the weekends top three
PHOENIX, Ariz. (August 28, 2004) ¿ After hometown favorite Nate Adams was unable to compete due to an injury, the opportunity was there for another rider to step into the spotlight. Jeremy Stenberg made the most of this opportunity taking Friday and Saturday night¿s competitions. Stenberg threw every back flip variation, beating out Beau Bamburg and Jake Windham who finished second and third respectively both Friday and Saturday night.
Kenny Bartram, the number two qualifier on both Friday and Saturday night couldn¿t put it together in his final runs and dropped in the standings finishing in seventh on Friday and sixth on Saturday. Bamburg put together solid runs, landed back flip variations over the 75-foot gap enough technical tricks to secure second overall for the weekend. Windham landed his first back flip in competition on Friday night helping round out the weekend podium.
Jim McNeil suffered a bruised hand after going down attempting the back flip on his first jump of the weekend. McNeil did not return to action Friday but was able to compete on Saturday finishing in seventh. Brian Dowdy and Nikki Danielson both suffered injuries and were unable to compete. Dayne Kinnaird went down during Saturday¿s practice and could not compete.
Friday’s Vans Triple Crown Results:
- Jeremy Stenberg 93.8
- Beau Bamburg 93.7
- Jake Windham 93.1
Saturday¿s Vans Triple Crown Results:
- Jeremy Stenberg 94.1
- Beau Bamburg 93.8
- Jake Windham 93.0
For complete weekend results from Phoenix, Ariz. along with up to date points standings visit www.fmx.cc.com
The next stop on the IFMA Freestyle Motocross tour lands in:
Spokane, Wash. September 10 & 11 Spokane Arena