16th Annual Zap Pro/Am Spring Skim Jam: nice deck

Jack Tenney has conquered the 16th Annual Zap Pro/Am Spring Skim Jam, at Panama City Beach, Florida.

The largest and longest running skimboard competition of the Gulf Coast gathered professional and amateur riders from all corners of the country.

There were fun waves pumping the down the beach, and the weather was warm and sunny. Skimboarders showed why this is a must-watch event in the South Coast.

In the first day, waves were in the knee-high range, but the super glassy conditions ensured everyone was having a blast, across the multiple divisions.

Jack Tenney stole the 16th Annual Zap Pro/Am Spring Skim Jam, leaving Brad Domke in the runner-up position, and Dave Scott in the bronze medal spot. Casey Kiernan stole the show in the Women's division.

16th Annual Zap Pro/Am Spring Skim Jam Results:

Pro Men:
1. Jack Tenney
2. Brad Domke
3. Dave Scott
4. Troy Rhoten
5. Colton Wallace
6. Derek Shenton

Pro Women:
1. Casey Kiernan
2. Jaclynn Koder
3. Brittany Osburn

Semi-Pro Men:
1. Kale Troha
2. Adam Barker
3. Christian Saludez
4. Naji Taha

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