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Meet The 2021 TGR Grom Comp Winners

We’ve got some big news today coming from TGR HQ: it’s time to announce the winners of the 2021 TGR Grom Contest. 26 years ago, TGR was founded to capture athletes pushing their limits in the mountains, and we still stand by that mission. Of course, the biggest part of that is finding the next generation of rippers to keep the dream alive, and that’s why we started the TGR Optics Grom Squad. As part of the 2021 TGR Grom Comp, our goal was to find the team’s newest members. This year’s level of riding was yet again astronomically high, and judging was no easy task, but after much debate we have our list. Congratulations to all who entered. The future is in good hands! Scroll down to watch the winner’s edits, and see all the entries here!

Grand Prize Winners:

Lila Yeoman (15)


Floyd Guy (13)


Runners Up:

Maddie Haser (12)


Leif Gascoigne(17)


Super Grom:

Kira Livernois (11)

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