As always, Shaun was a total class act and spent a ton of time signing autographs, posing for pictures and just talking with people before and after riding. In addition to him there were at least 4 other pros at the INT.
Dave Briscoe was there (for those youngins out there he is a pro from waaaay back in the early days and now does coaching) and he did some announcing for the INT in addition to attempting to land a new trick, a tantrum with a frontside 3. He had screwed up his shoulder a few days earlier attempting it but still gave it a couple tries and landed on the board the second time but couldn't pull it out.
Danny Harf was also there representing Ronix and I was really hoping to see him ride but he had his shoulder (right I think) in a sling. Apparently he tangled with the top wire of a tennis net while riding an electric skateboard and separated his shoulder - the net wasn't there but the wire was so he didn't see the wire until too late and didn't quite make it over when he tried to jump over it.
Gerry Nunn made an appearance and went huge but I would have to say that the pro whose riding really blew me away was Andrew Adkison. That guy was amazing and stuck every so cleanly.
All of them were super cool...oh yeah, there were some pro slalom skiers there too