COS-CUP Gamescom Cup – Köln 2019
8/22/2019 - 8/24/2019
SkateTourCZ - Trutnov 2019
8/24/2019 - 8/24/2019
Vans Park Series, Americas Regionals 2019
Thredbo Snow Series – Freeride 2019
8/23/2019 - 8/23/2019
All In SlopeStyle - Falls Creek 2019
Hotham Junior Freestyle Series - Slopestyle 2019
8/25/2019 - 8/25/2019
54th All Japan Surfing Championship 2019
8/19/2019 - 8/24/2019
Nudie Australian Boardriders Battle - Event 1 Gold Coast, QLD 2019
Men's Deeply Pro Anglet 2019
8/20/2019 - 8/25/2019
Industry and event happenings
Kelly Slater and Stephanie Gilmore Headline World-Class Talent Announced to Compete for their National Teams at the 2019 ISA World Surfing Games presented by Vans.
Kelly Slater (USA) will represent his nation for the first time at the ISA World Surfing Games since the 1990 edition, also held in Japan.
With the upcoming event in Bozen, South Tyrol, Italy, and Winterthur, Zurich in Switzerland, the 2019 World Rookie Tour Skateboarding will complete the qualification series to select the most promising skateboarders for the end of season World Rookie Skateboardig Finals in Portugal.
Boardmasters surfing events culminated today in good three-to-four foot surf at Fistral with the completion of all four events, crowning winners in short and longboard divisions, men and women.
Fistral Beach, Cornwall, United Kingdom, the venue for Boardmasters 2019 (Roxy Open, Quiksilver Open and Mens & Womens Boardmasters Longboard Pro) Sunday, August 11.
It was 2 in a row for Kerr this weekend as he scooped the trophy once again.
Sultans, Kuda Huraa, Maldives (Sunday, August 11, 2019)
The world’s best park terrain skaters converged for the penultimate stop of the 2019 Vans Park Series Pro Tour at the brand-new Vans-Cosanostra permanent legacy skatepark in Paris-Chelles, skating their hearts out before ranting and raving crowds. The exciting finale to the week’s competition saw USA’s Cory Juneau and Japan’s Kokona Hiraki declared as the Paris-Chelles winners, in addition to the crowning of two new VPS Europa Regional champions, Alesandro Massara (ITA) and Daniela Terol Mendez (ESP) earlier this week. The final stop on tour will be the 2019 VPS World Championships, to be hosted in Salt Lake City, Utah on September 7, where the highest-ranking competitors and invited Select Pros will meet for one last time to crown two new champions in park terrain skateboarding.
Cory Juneau (USA) wins Paris/Chelles stop on the 2019 Vans Park Series Men’s Pro Tour, at Vans-Cosanostra Skatepark, Paris-Chelles, France, August 10.
After four days of non-stop action, X Games Minneapolis 2019 came to an end on Sunday evening with finals in Women’s Skateboard Street, Wendy’s Men’s Skateboard Park, Harley-Davidson Hooligan Racing, newly added Skateboard Street Best Trick and Dave Mirra’s BMX Park Best Trick.
Sequence of Nyjah Huston competing in Men's Skateboard Street Best Trick during 2019 X Games Minneapolis, at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, August 4.
Peruvian teammates Lucca Mesinas and Daniella Rosas were crowned Shortboard Gold Medalists at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games on Sunday, which makes them almost certain to earn qualification slots for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Daniella Rosas (PER) becomes women's shortboard champion at Pan American Games 2019, at Punta Rocas, Lima, Peru, August 4.
X Games Minneapolis continued Saturday as fans came through the gates at U.S. Bank Stadium to watch the most talented action sports athletes in the world compete in a wide range of events including fan-favorites Monster Energy Skateboard Street and Moto X Best Trick.
Brazilian skater Vinicios Sardi wins gold in Skateboard Park Adaptive, on day three of 2019 X Games Minneapolis, at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, August 3.
Day two of X Games Minneapolis 2019 continued at U.S. Bank Stadium today, where the world’s premier action sports athletes competed in six high-energy finals and one elimination, while the EXP Invitational - Apex Legends kicked off with 20 teams of three competing in Electronic Arts’ battle royale-style video game.
Misugu Okamoto (JPN) wins Women's Skateboard Park at 2019 X Games Minneapolis, at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, August 2.
The world’s premier action sports competition kicked off for its third year in the Twin Cities, where spectators came out to see the best in Skateboard, BMX and Moto X in Downtown Minneapolis. Top action sports skateboard and BMX athletes took their talents to the Pacifico Vert ramp, moved to The Armory this year for the first time, and Moto X riders showed off their skills outside in X Fest.
Clay Kreiner (USA), Jimmy Wilkins (USA) and Mitchie Brusco (USA) at the medal ceremony for Pacifico Skateboard Vert during 2019 X Games Minneapolis, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, August 1.
After the kick-off event in Les 2 Alpes, France, with the first edition of the multi sport “Summer Rookie Jam”, the Black Yeti moves to the Southern Hemisphere for the annual events in Chile and New Zealand.
The World Rookie Tour presented by Skateacademy.ch contest will take place in the biggest indoor playground for freestyle and action sport in Europe! From 6th to 7th of September 2019 the sk8 youth guns will have the chance to fight for a spot in the World Rookie Skateboard Final that will take place in Lisbon Cascais, Portugal.
The World Surf League (WSL) women’s Qualifying Series (QS) Nissan Super Girl Pro QS 6,000 caped 17-year-old Samantha Sibley (USA) its 2019 winner. This marks her first-ever QS victory and faced some of the world’s best along the way, besting good friend and mentor Tatiana Weston-Webb (BRA) in great fashion. One of San Clemente, California’s, emerging talents has awaited a breakthrough at this level and made her dream a reality.
Samantha Sibley (USA) became the youngest Nissan Super Girl Pro QS 6,000 winner in event history, at Oceanside Pier, California, USA, on July 28, 2019.
The elite of Australian junior surfing are set to battle it out over the 2019/20 Rip Curl GromSearch series, starting with a bang at Victoria’s Jan Juc on September 21.
Today marks one year to go until surfing makes its Olympic debut in Tokyo and the world's best surfers are halfway through the 2019 World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) and their journey to qualify.
World No. 1 Carissa Moore (HAW) tops the leaderboard with four events remaining on the 2019 WSL Championship Tour.
The resort of Les2Alpes is one of the most trendy international ski resort in the world, especially for the summer skiing. For sure, there is one more reason to come here: the brand new Les 2 Alpes Skatepark. Opened in September 2018 at the bottom of the slopes at 1,650 metres, the skatepark is open to anyone free of charge every day until 11.00pm.
Les 2 Alpes Rookie Fest Skateboard, stop #2 on 2019 World Rookie Tour Skateboarding, at Les 2 Alpes Skatepark, France, July 19.
Today, Carissa Moore (HAW) and Gabriel Medina (BRA) won the Corona Open J-Bay, the sixth stop on the 2019 World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), in four-to-six foot (1.2 - 1.8 meter) waves at Jeffreys Bay in South Africa. The win is a first in South Africa for World Champions Moore and Medina, and also marks their first CT wins this season to strengthen their respective World Title campaigns.
Winners of the 2019 Corona Open J-Bay, women's champion Carissa Moore (HAW) & men's champion Gabriel Medina (BRA), at Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, Friday July 19.
World Rookie Tour could not start the 2019/2020 season in a better way. For the first time ever the Black Yeti landed in Les2Alpes, France, for an unconventional summer event in one of the best European resorts. On the glacier, 50 snowboarders and freeskiers from 12 different countries including USA, Korea, China and many Europeans, showed their style during the big air and halfpipe competitions, in a perfectly shaped 18 meters kicker and 6.7 m superpipe by the amazing Les2Alpes Snowpark shapers crew.
The Black Yeti's 2019 Summer Rookie Jam, Les2Alpes, France, July 18.
16-year old Tainá Hinckel (BRA) continues to prove why she is the biggest revelation in Women’s surfing in Brazil after winning her second straight Oi Pro Junior Series presented by Subway. The local from Guarda do Embaú in Santa Catarina has extended her lead on the WSL South America Pro Junior rankings after defeating Julia Duarte (BRA) in the Final at Praia de Stella Maris in the greater Salvador region in Bahia, Brazil.
Event winners Eduardo Motta (BRA) and Tainá Hinckel (BRA) at the 2019 Oi Pro Junior Series in Bahia, Praia De Stella Maris, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, Sunday, July 14.
Canadian skateboarding is forever changed after today’s historic moment at the brand new Vans skatepark located in Montréal. Thousands of skate enthusiasts witnessed Pedro Barros and Yndiara Asp claim back-to-back wins at the third stop of Vans Park Series 2019.
Yndiara Asp (BRA) and her winning performance during the 2019 Vans Park Series Pro Tour Montréal, at the Vans Skatepark Montréal, Canada, July 13.
On Friday, July the 19th, the France stop of the 2019 World Rookie Tour Skateboarding will be held in the brand new Les 2 Alpes Skatepark. The top three rookies and groms of the event, male and female, will be qualified for the World Rookie Skateboard Finals first edition ever, to be held in Portugal in September 2019.
54 kids representing 11 countries spent their Sunday at Halfway Kuta Beach yesterday at the inaugural Grom Patrol Surf Training Camp and Comp, where in perfect waves they had a chance to have fun and learn how to be a better surfer and competitor, and win prizes from the many Grom Patrol sponsors that supported this new event series created by Tipi Jabrik.
2019 Tipi Jabrik’s Grom Patrol Surf Training Camp and Comp #1, at Halfway Kuta Beach, Bali, Indonesia, July 7.
Deivid Silva (BRA) was crowned as the winner of the 2019 Ballito Pro pres by O’Neill after convincingly defeating Jack Freestone (AUS) in the final of the 51st edition of the world’s longest running professional surfing event on Sunday.
Deivid Silva (BRA) celebrates his victory at the 2019 Ballito Pro pres by O'Neill, at Willard Beach, Ballito, South Africa, Sunday, July 7.
Hurry up Rookies: in one week the Summer Rookie Fest will open the 2019/20 World Rookie Tour with the first snowboard and freeski competitions and the second stop of the WRT Skateboarding.
Returning to the City of Trees and the legendary Rhodes Skate Park for the third edition of the Road to X Games: Boise Qualifier, the world’s top skateboard and BMX athletes competed to secure their invitations to Minneapolis. More than 10,000 fans witnessed six Men’s Skateboard and BMX athletes and five Women’s Skateboarders qualify for X Games Minneapolis through a new jam session format.
Heimana Reynolds claims first place spot at Road to X: Boise Qualifier 2019, at Rhodes Skate Park, Boise, USA, June 29.
Eleven of the world's best skateboarders made Red Bull Roller Coaster a one-of-a-kind skateboard contest again that drew thousands of spectators to Munich’s Olympic Park. Here is all you need to know:
Congratulations to Jake Ilardi (USA), he did it again and won the 2019 Red Bull Roller Coaster at Munich Mash, Munich, Germany, on June 29.
The first stop of the 2019 World Rookie Tour Skateboard went down last Tuesday, June the 18th, at the Lampugnano Skate Plaza in Milan, Italy, and it has been a great success: Black Yeti is proud to get involved in this new adventure with the first 25 riders representing 5 nations.
The Black Yeti himself at Milano Rookie Fest 2019, Lampugnano Skate Plaza, Milan, Italy, June 18.
Filipe Toledo (BRA) and Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) won the Oi Rio Pro, Stop No. 5 on the 2019 World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT). The beach came alive throughout the Oi Rio Pro with thousands of fans each day, including today’s Final at Barrinha in four-to-six foot (1.2 - 1.8 meter) waves. Fitzgibbons and Toledo surfed a full day from the Quarterfinals to the Final, resulting in their third CT victories in Brasil.
Champions of 2019 Oi Rio Pro: Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) & Filipe Toledo (BRA), at Itaúna, Saquarema, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, Sunday, June 23.
The Brazilian crowds went off the rails this past weekend at the second stop of the 2019 Vans Park Series Pro Tour, closing out a sensational ending that crowned local heroes Pedro Barros and Yndiara Asp as the winners of the VPS São Paulo event. Defending their home turf with pride, Barros and Asp not only proved their mastery of the São Paulo course design with power and precision, but also expressed deep gratitude for Brazil’s devoted support. Learning from each other throughout the years, the camaraderie between the two winners was an emotional moment for all to witness.
Pedro Barros & Yndiara Asp take top spots at 2019 Vans Park Series Pro Tour in Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 23.
The first stop of the World Rookie Tour Skateboard went down this Tuesday, June 18, at the Lampugnano Skate Plaza in Milan, Italy. The city has had the pleasure to welcome young and talented skaters from four different countries, for a massive dose of skateboarding.
Under 21 Men's Podium at Milano Rookie Fest 2019: 1st Alex Borgatti (middle), 2nd Vittorio Galletti (L) & 3rd Joy Avosika (R), at Lampugnano Skate Plaza, Milan, Italy, June 18.