Antosh just dropped some new heat, and because rhymes are sometimes hard to avoid, let's go ahead and say it's short but sweet. I mean, it's longer than the new one minute standard now, but putting debates about length aside, it's most certainly sweet. Dylan Fulford kicks it off with an awkward up and down carve battle, followed by a more pleasant and flowing line at the much seen and skated tennis courts. He's backed up there by Landon Avramovic, rolling through with his gentle and smooth style. More heads pop up and down, and then Ryan Witt tastes the agony of defeat before savouring the thrill of victory at Bricktown. Tyler Warren caps the piece off with a sampling of some post-secondary architecture.