Am contests these days are straight up mental. Bear witness to the barrage at this year's PHX AM contest, and congrats to Matt Berger for grabbing the top spot.
The first Nor Cal showing of the "Signal Hill Speed Run" documentary will be showing April 1st in Aptos, CA. It will also serve as a fundraiser for Marcus Rietema.
We've never covered a Street League, so we sent P-Stone to assess the situation. Here is everything you need to see in less than two minutes.
The Vans US Open in Huntington Beach is going off with a Marseilles-inspired concrete wonderland poured right on the sand. Here's some gems from practice and qualifiers, with Raney, Hatchell, Blair, and more heating it up! Semis and finals tomorrow.
A big ol' vert ramp and a ring of fire all add up to fun day and night. Beckett, Perelson, Rune, and PLG hit the vert hard and the ring got lit up by Ishod, Silas, Reynolds, and Axel. Good times at CPH.
Now this is what you call a wild session. The infamous Pink Motel hosted the Camtest benefit, and some seriously insane skating went down. You have to see the mind-bender at 2:34.
When the dust settled Trevor Colden took 1st and the champagne spray while CJ Tambornino took home top honors in the best trick. Cheers!
The head to head brackets were set with the top 12 and it went down to Creager vs Reynolds for the finals. Big ups to the Boss for skating his ass off all weekend and walking away with 160 large.
Ishod Wair keeps winning contests. Next up: King of the Road, Maloof South Africa, and hopefully a pro model.
It was a long hot day with practice, qualifying heats, and the semi-finals in Washington DC and when all the dust settled and the rain blew by it was Andrew Reynolds who qualified first for tomorrows Finals.
Monster and DC vert party: Good times, no collisions, P-Stone BBQ. End it early or it would've gone all night.
Converse went big and built a bowl on the beach. Tom Remillard took home first and Tony Hawk spun a McTwist on the shark for best trick.
Crossroads Best Trick was bonkers as usual. Cole and Santiago took home 1st and 2nd respectively, but not before the likes of Forrest Edwards and J Casanova made their case.
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