what do you think it will be like, who do you think will be leading it?
I think there are going to be more double flips but its not going to be so much of a spin to win type thing, alot of style encorporated and technical diffuculty (im sure i just spelt the last 10 words wrong) although non doubles and tricks on a lower spin calibur will still be recognized and judged fairly, a double will still be scored higher if performed well (imo)
i also think more rails and stuff are going to be encorporated into all types of events, it seems everything is pointing to a combonation of a rail/jump feature, i think creativity (hippy killer stuff like that) will also become much more common in comps and will wow people, rails and jibs will also be a bigger part of the score imo
i also think that people like nick martini will be leading the pack, he has super smooth style and even though hes injured i talked to him today and he seemed super pumped on making a big comeback. I see him inovating spins off of rails (cannon rails specifically) and incorporating very smooth style into slow double flips, perhaps the first dub 7? Along side him i think tom wallisch and alex shlopy will both bring new things to the table and im excited to watch that kind of stuff.
as for BC, i dont know to much about it but from what ive seen i think alot of park stuff is going to be mixed in with the bc, like tim durtschis segment in EDIAS.
what do you think?