Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Amateur and professional indoor surfers squared off at Provo Beach Resort Friday to compete for cash prizes and bragging rights as part of the USA Flow Tour. The event has grown over the last decade and has become America’s premier Flowboarding competition, attracting a lot of talent. The tour has been introduced in Asia and Europe over the past few years to much fanfare. “The opportunity for us to have the Flow Tour is amazing,” said Jay Roberts, general manager of the tour. “This gives the talent in Provo the ability to show off their skills.” The 2013 tour consists of 10 stops in seven states.
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