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King Of The Snake

Hundreds of skateboarding fans and friends of Dave Tuck from all around the country showed up to show their support and to see who was the King of the Snake Run. After all was said and done, Josh Borden took the crown, Andy Macdonald took second place and Dalton Dern earned third. Many thanks to: Cam Dowse and Dave Tuck for hosting a radical event, all of the sponsors, and everybody who showed up to support the benefit. Visit facebook.com/camtest for more information.

Posted: May 28, 2013



 


The judges: Partanen, Whiskey T, James Hendricks and Chet Childress the MC.


Riley Stevens, front blunt


Local Colorado skatepark builder Joe Storm tosses up a frontside invert in the deep bowl.


Grind For Life's Mike Rogers, frontside rock.


Josh Borden, alley-oop fish over the hip.


Andy MacDonald stretches out an Andrecht.


Chris Gregson, frontside flip.


Dalton Dern tossed a few 540's throughout the day.


Fort Collins ripper Xavier was a crowd stand out, frontside air.


Australian Nathan "Jimmy" Beck blasts a kickflip Indy out of the frame.


Chris Gregson, frontside kickflip in the deep.


Bones wheels' Rob Washburn and Mike Rogers.


Angel Ramirez showed up with his skateboard, his dog and some edibles.


The fans were having a blast watching the action go down.


Charles Masque raising some donation money for the Tuck family.

Childress held down the MC position all day. well—almost all day.


Down For Life!


Parts, Dave Tuck and James Hendricks hanging tough.


ATL's Jimmy O'Brien and master skatepark builder Tim Payne catching up on old times.


Tim Payne awarded the San Pedro crew (Riley, Robbie and Oscar) the Snake Charmer award and some cash for ripping the park all day long and having a good time while doing it.


When the dust settled after the finals jam, Josh Borden was crowned King of the Snake. Congratulations!

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