Published on February 13, 2018 by
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►Check out the full replay here: http://win.gs/SimpleSessionSkateReplay 

This year’s Simple Session proved to be the best yet by some distance. The 18th edition was on lockdown as Barros, Wright and Foy weigh in! Watch every hammer worthy of the name, as Estonia’s annual ding-dong crowns a new boss. Viva Tallinn, viva the Kalmre’s, viva skating. See you next year!

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