Pro-tec Pool Party Heats Announced

They just released the heat list for the Pro-tec Pool Party.  Who do you think is going to win the pro and masters divisions?


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Masters Heat 1:
Chris Miller
Steve Steadham
Christian Hosoi
Tony Mag
Mike Smith
Mike Barnes
Mark Partain

Masters Heat 2:
Lance Mountain
Mike McGill
Jeff Grosso
Lester Kasai
Dave Reul
Lonnie Hiramoto

Masters Heat 3:
Steve Alba
Josh Nelson
Nicky Guerrero 
Ken Fillion  
Mike Rogers
Eric Nash               
Dave Duncan 

Masters Heat 4:
Pat Ngoho
Duane Peters
Ben Schroeder
Mark "Red" Scott
Brian Pennington
Eddie Reategui
Cara-Beth Burnside

Pro Heat 1:
Bruno Passos                                
Tim Johnson 
Lincoln Ueda
Josh Rodriguez
Pedro Barros 
Zack Miller
Bob Burnquist

Pro Heat 2:
Jimmy the Greek
Rob Lorifice
Matt Boyster
Evandro Menezes
Ben Raybourne
Nolan Munroe
Grant Taylor

Pro Heat 3:
Nathan Beck                           
Tyler Mumma                              
Bucky Lasek                                 
Rune Glifberg                               
Jackson Pilz                                 
Bennett Harada                            
Omar Hassan

Pro Heat 4:
Darren Navarette
Darin Jenkins
Alex Perelson
Sky Siljeg
Josh Borden
Sergie Ventura
Michael Brookman

Here are the highlights from last years contest.

  • John Shanahan Remix

    John Shanahan Remix
    Shanahan came out to SF for a few weeks earlier this year and put it down. Venture remixed his lurkNYC footage.
  • TJ Rogers's Eh Canadian Story

    TJ Rogers's Eh Canadian Story
    No question that Canadian winters are harsh. But they're obviously not harsh enough to stop TJ from killing it for all these years.
  • An Afternoon in NYC with Volcom

    An Afternoon in NYC with Volcom
    This is what went down all in one afternoon while the team was in town for the Holy Stokes! premiere. Featuring Chris Pfanner, Daan van der Linden, Alex Midler, Axel Cruysberghs, Silvester Eduardo and Remy.
  • BS with TG: Omar Salazar

    BS with TG: Omar Salazar
    Tommy Guerrero sits down with Omar Salazar to BS about growing up in Sacramento, hiding the fact that he was a sponsored skateboarder from his parents, getting on Foundation and more.
  • Etnies Welcomes Ryan Lay

    Etnies Welcomes Ryan Lay
    Check out Ryan Lay handling business in his "Welcome to the Etnies Team" edit here.