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Pete Eliot (GBR) and Mike McIntyre (USA) flank Matthias Lange (GER) after he won the Street Luge World Championship. 

Photo John Allen

Photographer John Allen from Arid Acres Photography of Goldendale, Washington spent all five days shooting photos at the Maryhill Festival of Speed. He has over 1000 images available for purchase on his shutterfly website.


Scoot Smith (CAN) on his way to winning his first World Championship. Photo John Allen

Patrick Rizzo (USA) completely focused on the task at hand. Photo John Allen


A couple of young rippers are stoked after winning new decks. Photo John Allen


Patrick Switzer (CAN) leads Kevin Reimer (CAN) through Swag Corner.  Photo John Allen


Brett Phillips (AUS) won the Gravity Bike World Championship. Photo John Allen


Jochiam Lang (GER) and Andreas Johnson (SWE) racing hard in Classic Luge. Photo John Allen


3 time World Champion Martin Siegrist (SUI) finished in third. Photo John Allen


Jackson Shapiera (AUS) leads Stephan Daddow (AUS) and Rylan English (CAN) on an exhibition run. Photo John Allen


2005 World Champion David Dean (USA) on his way to fifth place. Photo John Allen


Swag Corner kept the crowds entertained between the heats. Photo John Allen


Carly Richardson (CAN) limps to the finish after breaking her board in the Women's Downhill. Photo John Allen


Downhill Skateboarders take a breather on the way up the track. Photo John Allen


Veteran Chris McBride (USA) on his Classic Luge. Photo John Allen

Jackson Shapiera (AUS) made the Aussies proud. Photo John Allen



Chuck Bridge (USA) took third for the "Zoo Bombers" in Gravity Bike. Photo John Allen


Mike Zietsman (RSA) in the lead and headed for the finish. Photo John Allen

Riley "Iron Man" Meehan (USA) competed in four seperate disciplines. Photo John Allen

World Champ Scoot Smith (CAN) and former Series Champ Tom Edstrand (CAN). Photo John Allen


Kyle Holland (CAN) was ripping in both the Junior and Open divisions. Photo John Allen