Dimitris “DK” Kyrsanidis of Greece flipped, jumped, spun and dropped his way to an impressive freerunning victory at the Red Bull Art of Motion 2015 finals on Saturday, winning the title for the second straight year on a challenging natural track on Santorini, Greece.
Thousands of frenzied spectators in Oia watched the world’s most important freerunning competition from every available inch of rooftops, balconies and church bell towers.
Packing ten nearly flawless tricks into his awe-inspiring run, Kyrsanidis collected 467 points out of a maximum 600 points in the finals from the panel of judges with his run full of unique, creative flips and fluid movements.
“It’s unbelievable!” said Kyrsanidis, “I’m really excited. I don’t know how to explain my feelings. I don’t know how to express them. I’ll be here again next year and will have something new.”
Luci Romberg of the United States won the Best Female Award for a second straight year, while fellow countryman Alfred Scott won the Best Trick Award after pulling off a flawless Pimp Flip 360 in the Finals.