Ryan Decenzo wins the Dew Tour Championships in Las Vegas

Ryan Decenzo won the Dew Tour Championships in Las Vegas to earn his first ever overall Dew Cup. One event after earning his first major contest victory Decenzo made it two in a row.

Decenzo came into the Dew Tour Championships ranked first overall and a win in Vegas guaranteed him the Dew Cup. His nollie backside heelflip down the stairs was just one in a list of solid tricks that earned him the win and the Dew Cup. He finished with a score of 90.28.

“The first time I ever competed on the Dew Tour it was obviously a dream and a goal to make it to this point, and I did, so I’m super proud of myself,” Ryan said.

Last year’s Gatorade Free Flow Tour winner Alec Majerus advanced to the final jam. With a frontside feeble on the rail, frontside noseblunt slide and smooth style, it earned him his first Dew Tour podium with a score of 85.13 and a second-place-finish. The 16-year-old from Minnesota has made it into every final this season.

Greg Lutzka’s 270 to switch front blunt and a frontside flip to flat, was enough to finish third with 84.25

1 Ryan Decenzo 90.28
2 Alec Majerus 85.13
3 Greg Lutzka 84.25
4 Scott Decenzo 84.08
5 Brendon Villanueva 80.93
6 Danilo Do Rosario 80.13
7 Mario Saenz 78.50
8 Paul Rodriguez 77.75
9 Manny Santiago 75.70
10 Adam Dyet 75.25

Overall Dew Cup Standings
1. Ryan Decenzo
2. Paul Rodriguez
3. Greg Lutzka
4. Alec Majerus
5. Danilo do Rosario