This year’s Mountain Dew Hut Jam took place on a foggy night at Mt. Buller, Australia, and there was plenty of excitement in the air. The competition involved teams of two, that were judged based on their performance and teamwork. The crowds went wild, and wet weather kept things interesting.

Capita's Dane Tiene struck his best lay out mid-wildcat. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Capita's Dane Tiene struck his best lay out mid-wildcat. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Jake Koia was just warming up, when he pulled this stylish frontside 3 out of his bag of tricks. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Jake Koia was just warming up, when he pulled this stylish frontside 3 out of his bag of tricks. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Jake McCarthy went all black to stand out against the night-time fog. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Jake McCarthy went all black to stand out against the night-time fog. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Ride's Kieran McLaughlin sliding low on Frank the Tank. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Ride's Kieran McLaughlin sliding low on Frank the Tank. PHOTO: Sean Radich

With fog blanketing Mt. Buller, the view from the start gate looked kind of like a Cole Barash TransWorld Photo Annual cover. PHOTO: Sean Radich

With fog blanketing Mt. Buller, the view from the start gate looked kind of like a Cole Barash TransWorld Photo Annual cover. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Ashbury's Jake McCarthy was keeping the SoCal vibe going, rocking jeans and a leather jacket in the gloomy fog. backside 5. PHOTO: Sean Radich

Ashbury's Jake McCarthy was keeping the SoCal vibe going, rocking jeans and a leather jacket in the gloomy fog. Backside 5. PHOTO: Sean Radich

The low visability kept on keeping on, even when the lights came on. Riders were judged as a two man team, they typically would drop in shotgun-style to hit the features right behind eachother, in order to show off some synchronization skills. PHOTOS: Sean Radich

The low visability kept on keeping on, even when the lights came on. Riders were judged as a two man team, they typically would drop in shotgun-style to hit the features right behind eachother, in order to show off some synchronization skills. PHOTOS: Sean Radich

The Winners. Best Trick goes to Clint Allen and Robbie Walker. Rookie award goes to Burton's Chris DeCampo. The Winners of the entire competition goes to Oakley's Jake Koia and Stef Zeestraten. PHOTOS: Sean Radich

The Winners. The Gatorade Rookie Award goes to Burton's Chris DeCampo. The First Prize goes to Oakley's Jake Koia and Stef Zeestraten. And Best Trick Award goes to Clint Allen and Robbie Walker. PHOTOS: Sean Radich