KWEG MiniMega Slideshow The Kia World Extreme Games hosted a 30 foot tall gap to quarterpipe contest on the Mini Mega at this year’s KWEG competition. Check out this slideshow with some of the most exciting moments from the competition.
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Check out the Full Broadcast of KWEG MiniMega, Vert and Street Competitions as seen through the KIA Live Broadcast (recorded earlier) Street Full Broadcast (Fast forward to 1:42:00) MiniMega Full Broadcast (Fast forward to 14:40) (qualifiers deemed final results due to final event rain out) Vert Full Broadcast (Fast forward to 1:57:00)
The stacked competition and incredible downhill course on the steps of Jiangwan Plaza proved to be the ultimate challenge for some of the top street skaters in the world. The right line, trick selection, speed, quickness and style would all be necessary for one of these skaters to rise to the top. Tom Asta took… Reads more »
PLG WINS GOLD He sat and watched from the sidelines last year, but this year PLG came back swinging. Highspeed tech lip tricks, a huge 360 flip mute to fakie and switch frontside heel flip 360s brought him to the top spot. Jono Schwan blasted into 2nd place and Paul-Luc Ronchetti rounded out the podium. … Reads more »
Packed crowds lined the stands, the streets and bridges surrounding the Vert Ramp under the Pearl Tower at the KIA WORLD EXTREME GAMES, all to get a look at the high flying action during qualifiers. Top international skaters came in hungry, ready to give it their all for a spot in the Finals of Asia’s… Reads more »
We are beyond stoked to go back to Shanghai China for the Kia World Extreme Games. Bigger and better than every year before, we can’t wait to see how the new courses and venues fit the bill for the biggest contest in Asia. The Jiang Wan Stadium will host the brand new Street On Street… Reads more »
We are headed back to Shanghai! One of our favorite events, the KIA World Extreme Games is coming back again to bring audiences to their feet with Vert, Super Ramp and Street athletes going off. The international roster, including local legends, lends itself to a high profile event with a community feeling. We are excited… 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.
Manny Santiago and Ryan Decenzo shred the streets of Shanghai, China before getting some practice in at the event. The spots in Shanghai are endless, and all of these were actually on the way from the hotel to the venue.
Check out what the street course and vert ramp will look like for the Kia World Extreme Games happening in Shanghai, China on June 9th. For full details of the contest click here.