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Help decide the winner of the 2022 FPT Awards

by Freestyle Pro Tour 21 Jan 10:06 GMT
2022 FPT Awards © Freestyle Pro Tour

It's time for you to get involved! As part of the 2022 FPT Awards, the best move category for both the men and women will be influenced by the public. With €500 on the line in both fleets, you get the chance to reward the freestyle move you think was the best in 2022. With 35+ submissions there will be action everyday on our social channels, where the vote will take place. Follow us there and help decide who wins the Best Move at the 2022 FPT Awards!

Every day a couple of riders are matched up in heats in a classic elimination format, with only one rider left standing at the top in the end. Each heat will last 24 hours, with the riders with the most votes winning the matchup. The public vote is 1/3 of the final result, with the FPT Judging Panel and the FPT Head Judge constituting the other 2/3. The winners will be announced at the FPT Awards show, happening on the 31st of January!

Follow our Instagram to vote!

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