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Treacherous Russian terrain is not an issue for Yura Renov. He just barges. Skate and Destroy is a universal language.

They only had a brief filming window so the Vox team concentrated on just skating fast and having fun as they whip around a buttery park. Here's Justin Strubing, Truman Hooker, and some ripping newcomers.

Even though Jamie already had an untouchable skate legacy and was closing in on 40 years old, he still waged an epic battle for his Cold War ender - a trick that is gnarly by any standard.

Unbelievable. Pure natural talent pushed to its limits. Pedro's skating speaks for itself.

Maybe it was a fear of tumbling over the other side that prevented Yura from committing to this rail. He pays the price anyway.

The legendary Clipper spot is about to become a handicap-access elevator. Lots of skate history here adds up to one epic goodbye session. Thanks to SFUSD for their consent. Spots come and go, but Clipper is forever. -Jake Phelps

Chris Cole on Plan B, Kilian Martin goes to the desert, Tom Asta on Santa Cruz, Chris Joslin and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Jason Dill introduces this part and he makes a great point: if you're a certain age you'll know every second of this clip and every lyric in the song. Here's Doug in the 1988 Powell-Peralta video.

The number of hard-to-comprehend tricks in this edit is extensive. Prepare to rewind.

You can't kill Spawn. He takes the hits and gets back up for more. These RAW FILES feature some heavy makes and even heavier slams.

Call it Creature-tech: he can flip in and he can flip out, but mostly Sean just charges forward, destroying every spot in his path.

Hailing from the eastern region of the Bay Area, in a zone affectionately known as Duffeland, comes an absolute maniac by the name of Daniel DuBois. Enjoy this barrage of hammers...

A laid-back style with a switch flip to die for, Alex Conn comes through with a killer first part in the "19th Avenue" video. 

Tony embodies SKATE AND DESTROY, and these Vans "Propeller" RAW FILES are further proof.

Kelvin gives this rail a thorough beatdown, and barely breaks a sweat in the process.

John adds up style, spots, and trick selection in this ripping video part for Homebase Skateshop in Bethlehem, PA.

Creature has a cohesive team and yet their riders all represent different shades of green. Sean skates everything and his tech-gnar attack is always rad. Full part premieres here, Sunday at midnight.

Trevor's style is so smooth and effortless. His part gives off the vibe of a casual cruise down the block, even while he lays down the hammer. 

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