By Austin Lamere Throughout this year i’ve been working on tricking a lot more. some highlights throughout the year. Coming from an acl tear last year, and coming back to train this year. has been such a blessing. Ton of obstacles have been overcome with so many great memories were made. With a ton more to come. =D

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