Road to X: Boise Qualifier 2019
6/28/2019 - 6/29/2019
Red Bull Roller Coaster 2019
6/29/2019 - 6/29/2019
Zumiez Best Foot Forward - Tampa, FL 2019
Thredbo Snow Series – Rail Jam 2019
6/28/2019 - 6/28/2019
SSNZ Slopestyle Series - Cardrona Park Attack 2019
7/20/2019 - 7/20/2019
Thredbo Snow Series – Ridercross 2019
7/26/2019 - 7/26/2019
Men's Oi Rio Pro 2019
6/20/2019 - 6/28/2019
Women's Oi Rio Pro 2019
East Coast Grom Tour #8 - Virginia Beach 2019
6/27/2019 - 6/28/2019
Industry and event happenings
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.
Dew Tour Day Five: A full day of Dew Tour finals with Men's and Women's Street and Park finals concluded the first-ever global Olympic qualifying event in the U.S.
Women's Park Podium at 2019 Dew Tour Long Beach, California, USA: Misugu Okamoto in first (middle), Lizzie Armanto in second (right), and Kokona Hiraki in third (left), on June 16.
Milano is ready to host the first stop of the World Rookie Tour Skateboard, designed as a stepping-stone for riders to make the transition from the grassroots events to the elite level. On the 18th of June the best junior skaters will compete in the Lampugnano Skatepark Plaza, during one of the best summer skateboarding event in Italy, the 2019 Red Bull Skate Week.
It has been an epic 5 days of non-stop action in Montpellier with over 612 583 people attending to watch the packed schedule of competitions. How pleasant it was to see different nationalities competing in Skateboard Street on the new concrete skateboard park, with different countries but the riders speaking the same skateboarding language, with their own accent or style.
Daniela Terol Mendez takes the win in the Women’s Snipes Skateboard Final, at Fise World Series Montpellier 2019, France, May 31.
X Games Shanghai closed out with a another day filled with Skateboard, BMX and Moto X competitions, along with musical performances and interactive activities including drone and go cart racing in X Fest.
Trey Wood (USA) wins Gold in Skateboard Big Air, at 2019 X Games Shanghai, China, June 2, after landing a never-been-done trick: the body varial 720 over the gap.
ESPN proudly lifted the curtain on a new destination for X Games at a one-of-a-kind venue adjacent to Shanghai Disney Park in Shanghai with an action-packed first day. Today and continuing into tomorrow, the venue will bear witness to Moto X, BMX and Skateboard athletes competing for gold in addition to a wide range of entertainment and interactive activities in X Fest.
Women's Skateboard Street Podium at 2019 X Games Shanghai, China: Gold - Leticia Bufoni (BRA), Silver - Hayley Wilson (AUS) & Bronze - Alexis Sablone (USA), June 1.
With countries such as USA announcing their National Skateboarding Team a couple of months back, one might start to think that all these skaters have their sights firmly set on the Olympics (and they probably do!). But, when it comes to who'll be in the running to represent their country, obviously only a select few are going to make it. Here's how the first ever wave of Olympic Skateboarders will be selected.
American skater looks forward to 2019 Red Bull Roller Coaster in Munich. Fabiana Delfino mixed it with the world's best at 2018's Red Bull Roller Coaster in Munich as she won the women's edition of skateboarding's all-round skill test.
Fabiana Delfino performs at the Red Bull Roller Coaster Qualification in Munich, Germany on June 22, 2018.
Black Yeti reveals its first World Rookie Tour Skateboarding, which will kick off in Italy from the 18th to the 19th of June 2019, with the first ever WRT skateboard event: the Milano Rookie Fest.
World Rookie Skateboard Champion wins invitation to 2020 Red Bull Roller Coaster! Pictured: Jake Ilardi during 2018 Red Bull Roller Coaster Finals, Munich, Germany, June 23.
Book your summer experience with the Black Yeti: Snowboard, Freeski and Skateboard International Competition and Camp, at Les 2 Alpes, France, July 13 -20!
Les 2 Alpes resort, France, the venue for 2019 Summer Rookie Jam by Atmosphere, scheduled for July 13 - 20.
The next generation of park terrain icons have stepped forth into the light and the kids are alright. Vans Park Series named 17-year-old Roman Pabich (USA) and 17-year-old Sakura Yosozumi (JPN) the winners of the VPS Shanghai stop.
Sakura Yosozumi (JPN) wins the women's category at Shanghai stop of 2019 Vans Park Series, YangPu Riverside Shipyard Park, Shanghai, China, May 18.
May 18th will mark a new annual way to respect our Board Shops - so get down to your local shop this weekend and show your love.
Huge transfers, massive slams and many surprises, riders went big this weekend to wave the Comunidad de Madrid crowd. More than 25 000 spectators gathered at the WizinK Center to enjoy the BMX Freestyle Park and Skateboard contests.
Vincent Milou (FRA) wins the Skateboard Street competition at FISE European Series in Madrid, Spain, on May 5, 2019.
Returning for a fourth season of historic skateboarding competition, Vans Park Series reveals the official 2019 VPS Pro Tour roster, set to showcase the largest, most sought-after field of exciting park terrain talent from around the world—featuring the top-ranking men and women pros from the 2018 season, along with new Tour Challengers and Wildcards.
VPS Select Pro Pedro Barros at 2018 VPS World Championships - Shanghai, China.
ESPN X Games and REnextop Entertainment announced today that the inaugural X Games Shanghai event will take place June 1-2 at the Shanghai International Tourism and Resorts Zone, adjacent to the Shanghai Disney Resort.
The most anticipated action sports event of the year returns in May for it's 23rd edition. This event is legendary amongst both riders and fans. Taking place over 5 days spectators can enjoy an absolutely jam packed schedule of sports to be coming soon.
American Jake Ilardi will return to Munich's Olympiapark on Saturday June 29 to defend his Red Bull Roller Coaster title and mantle as the world's 'Most Versatile Skateboarder'. Here is all you need to know:
Jake Ilardi (USA) during the 2018 Red Bull Roller Coaster Finals at Munich Mash, at Munich Olympic Park, Munich, Germany, on June 23.
American skate legend Ryan Sheckler led an all-star skateboarding crew to the Utah wilderness to try out a 'slickrock' formation created in the Jurassic period millions of years ago.
Ryan Decenzo (CAN) performs an ollie just before sunset near Moab, at Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, Utah, USA, on November 8, 2018.
Returning to U.S. Bank Stadium for the third year, X Games Minneapolis will host the world’s top action sports athletes August 1 – 4. The first wave of invited athletes for the 2019 event is now available on XGames.com. With world-class action sports athletes from all over the globe, this first wave of invites is highlighted by defending X Games Sydney gold medalists Elliot Sloan and Ryan Williams and Minnesota native Alec Majerus. X Games Norway gold medalists Leticia Bufoni and Pamela Rosa also joined the invited list.
Leticia Bufoni (BRA) competing in SoFi Women’s Skateboard Street during X Games Minneapolis 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, July 21.
The fourth year of X Games Norway competition will be unlike any other – combining Snowboard, Ski, Skateboard and Moto X events in a one-day action sports extravaganza on August 31 at the Telenor Arena in Oslo, Norway. The X Games Norway program has previously included Ski, Snowboard and Skateboarding in the same event, however Moto X competitions will make their debut in 2019.
2018 was one for the books for ROXY. The year marked the launch of the leading female only activewear brand’s Make Waves Move Mountains campaign, dedicated to empowering women and supporting them in their individual challenges. A year later, the brand aims to help bring the women behind it to greater heights yet and takes the next step for the Make Waves Move Mountains tour.
The most elite Skateboard and BMX athletes in the world will return to Rhodes Skate Park in Boise, Idaho June 28 – 29 to compete for a chance to punch their ticket to compete in the Park competitions at X Games Minneapolis 2019. With 21 athletes invited to compete in each of the disciplines of Men’s and Women’s Skateboard and BMX Park, the top six finishers will punch their ticket to Minneapolis.
Heimana Reynolds (USA) is on the invite list for the Road To X Games Boise Park Qualifier 2019.
The UK Mini Ramp Championships will be taking place at Wheels and Fins Festival for the third year running, but for the first time it will be endorsed by Skateboard England. Also new for 2019 is festival’s introduction of a thrilling ‘Vert Ramp’ competition, with members of Team GB skate team being invited to compete at the two-day event.
Alex Hallford (GBR) at Wheels And Fins Festival, Joss Bay Beach, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom.
X Games Minneapolis revealed today the sports disciplines and athletes automatically invited for its 2019 event on XGames.com. Medalists from X Games Minneapolis 2018 who have sport disciplines returning in 2019 will receive an early invite to compete in the X Games Minneapolis 2019 event. The world’s premier action sports competition returns for its third year in the Twin Cities August 1-4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis.
Kelvin Hoefler competing in Monster Energy Men's Skateboard Street during X Games Minneapolis 2018.
Returning to Rhodes Skate Park in Boise, Idaho for the third consecutive year, the Road to X Games Boise Qualifier will bring the world’s best Skateboard and BMX Park competition June 28 and 29. Last year, more than 12,000 fans attended the two-day event. In addition to Park competitions, the event will again feature an interactive fan village with food, sponsor booths and music.
Sabre Norris, winner of the Women’s Skate Park Final at 2018 Road to X Games, Boise, Idaho, USA, June 2018.
Skateboarding and Freeski to join Snowboarding on the Rookie Tour!!
Australian Athletes Dominate Final Day of X Games; 52,000 Attend Inaugural Event
International Stars Shine on the Second Day of Competitions...
Alex Donnachie Wins First X Games Gold and Mariah Duran Wins Back-to-Back Gold in Street Finals