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Dew Tour NYC 2014: Street Finals

Some heavy hitters came out for New York's first Dew Tour. P-Rod, Cole, Lopez, Colden... even The Gonz made an appearance. When the dust cleared, the SOTY took home the win.



RESULTS
1. Ishod Wair
2. Trevor Colden
3. Louie Lopez
4. Chris Cole
5. Paul Rodriguez

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