Girls Combi Comp 2016

Australia's Poppy Starr takes first place

15-year-old Aussie shredder Poppy Starr Olsen upstaged the likes of Lizzie Armanto and Nora Vasconcellos to claim first place at the 2016 Girls Combi Contest in Orange County over the weekend. Proving that consistency and flow sometimes outshines individual tricks, Poppy became the second youngest winner in the contest's history, and only the second Australian to ever win a World Cup of Skateboarding event — the other being Renton Millar. 

Enjoy the full highlights from the event, which featured the best female bowl skaters in the world. These girls keep getting better and better!

FINAL RESULTS

1st: Poppy Starr Olsen (AUS)
2nd: Nora Vasconcellos (USA)
3rd: Lizzie Armanto (USA)
4th: Brighton Zeuner (USA)

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