Logan Davidson: he stormed the 2017 DB Pro/Am with a fakie 360 butter shove it | Photo: Mel Levin

Logan Davidson conquered the 2017 DB Pro/Am, held at Dash Point, in Federal Way, Washington.

The 14th annual skimboarding competition featured three divisions - Pro, Amateur and Under 16 - and once again attracted the stars of flatland skimming to the northwest.

As always there were plenty of obstacles to overcome, including kicker ramps and the giant DB Skimboards logo.

Adrien Raza, three-time European Skimboarding Cup champion, was not able to beat Davidson in a highly technical final. Logan pulled a fakie 360 butter shove it and won the event.

The DB Pro/Am is the world's longest-running flatland skimboarding event.

2017 DB Pro/Am | Final

1. Logan Davidson
2. Adrien Raza
3. Cody Maurer

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