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The Goblin Drop is an historic Rampage feature, having been hit by riders like Tyler McCaul and Darren Berrecloth in years past. This year, surprisingly, Reed Boggs was the only rider to have included it in his line. During practice, he hit the step-down gap a handful of times and landed it flawlessly. That wasn’t the case during Boggs first run but after some time to regroup, Reed stomped the drop to secure himself 3rd at Red Bull Rampage 2021.
Red Bull is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Rampage and the event ended as it started way back in 2001: with a Canadian on the top step of the podium. In 2001, that was Wade Simmons writing his name in the history books. In 2021, Brandon Semenuk earned his own record-sitting victory.
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