Watch now: Torgeir Bergrem wins GrandValira Total Fight 2014

Norwegian rider Torgeir Bergrem topped the podium at the tenth annual Grandvalira Total Fight, taking first in a revamped 3-run semi-final, which earned him the win after bad weather forced officials to cancel finals. Canada’s Tyler Nicholson ended up in second, while Sean Ryan from the USA took third.

Bergrem’s winning run, which included a cab 270 boardslide, switch boardslide, frontside 1080, backside 1080 and a frontside 360 bonk, earned him a cash prize of $20,924. Of his win, he stated, “I feel great, I’m very happy I won an event like this. Yesterday we had a really good day even though it was pretty windy, but I did my best and the judges liked my run, so I’m really happy.”

Full results:

1. Torgeir Bergrem (NOR) 91.50
2. Tyler Nicholson (CAN) 91.25
3. Sean Ryan (USA) 90.25
4. Ulrik Badertscher (NOR) 89.50
5. Markus Olimstad (NOR) 87.50
6. Antoine Truchon (CAN) 86.00
7. Brage Richenberg (NOR) 83.25
8. Kyle Mack (USA) 83.00
9. Kalle Järvilehto (FIN) 78.50
10. Eric Beauchemin (USA) 77.50
11. Nuutti Niemela (FIN) 75.75
12. Kevin Kok (ITA) 69.25
13. Silas Moran (USA) 66.00
14. Billy Morgan (GBR) 64.50
15. Marco Grigis (ITA) 64.25
16. Ole Hagen (NOR) 64.00

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