Sergio Alonzo: he will have go with the pros

Sergio Alonzo has won the Turbo Zicatela Pro Trials, narrowly beating Joe Clarke in 2nd and strangle holding Igor Sanchez, third, and Ulises Rodriguez, fourth, both requiring a combination of scores to win.

Alonzo scored an impressive 9.15 on a high flying invert to secure his position into the 2011 AGIT/Turbo Zicatela Pro Grand Slam as the top seeded trialist. “I am really happy I made it into the GSS event,” Sergio elated. “Now, I will give it my all! ”

Sergio has his work cut out with a GSS round 1 matchup against 05/07 World Champion, Ben Player, Dallas Singer and fellow trialist, Jack Cerne.

Ulises Rodriguez is the only local competitor who has managed to secure himself a spot in the AGIT/Turbo Zicatela Pro Grand Slam event. Finishing 4th in the trials, Rodriguez is seeded to face Pierre Louis Costes, Dave Winchester and fellow trials finalist, Igor Sanchez in his Round 1 GSS heat.

“I will fight for all I can and thank my family for their support and am proud to be representing Mexico” Rodriguez added.

The remaining four trialists, managing to secure a spot in the GSS event are: Tom Rigby (5th), Jack Cerne (6th), James Murdock (7th) and Fabio Rodriguez (8th).

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