Watch Cole take out Paul Rodriguez (2nd) and Luan Oliveira (3rd) with amazing skating from the usual best of the best: Torey Pudwill, Shane O’Neill, Sean Malto, Ishod Wair, and Peter Ramondetta put on their lederhosen and tear up the CA Skateparks masterpiece.
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Bucky Lasek continues his Vert reign with another 1st, knocking Pierre Luc Gagnon down to 2nd, and Mitchie Brusco to 3rd. Tom Schaar spins the 900 in Big Air, but Burnquist’s switch 540 is unbeatable, landing him in 1st. Check out all the action from Munich.
New episode of #buildskateboarding is up on the Ride Channel. Check out how Curren Caples won Gold in Park. I also have some photos from the Park Finals here.
Bob Burnquist wins Big Air Gold at X Games Munich.
Congratulation to Chris Cole for winning X Games Gold and his very first Street League. Here is the trick that won it.
P-Rod takes the win, Luan Oliveira lands in 2nd, and Chris Cole takes 3rd in the Street League Prelims. Ishod Wair puts together the lines, Torey Pudwill has mad snaps, and Shane O’Neill gets tech and gnar on the street course in Munich. Check out the new episode of #buildskateboarding up on the Ride Channel…. Reads more »
Down to his last run, Bucky needed a perfect run in order to come in contention to PLG’s flawess run, and he did just that. Congratulations Bucky on winning Vert Gold at X Games Munich. Footage coming to you soon via Ride Channel.
Pedro Barros has been dominating X Games this year by winning Park in Foz and Barcelona, but Curren Caples just put a stop to that. With one final run left, Curren skated flawless run and won Park Gold in Munich. Here is a photo of him blasting a boneless. Congrats Curren!
We asked a bunch of Street League pros who was going to win the Select Series and not one person said Youness Amrani from Belgium. Congratulations Youness, and I look forward to seeing you skate in Street League on Friday. Click here to check out a sequence of Youness doing a backside nosegrind nollie flip… Reads more »
If you were to tell me that I was coming back to Shanghai, China to run another skateboard contest I would have laughed in your face, but here I am covering another event. Peak these photos from Vert and Street at Kia World Games.