SLS Super Crown World Championship 2019
11/01/2019 - 13/01/2019
Grind for Life Series at Saint Petersburg
19/01/2019 - 19/01/2019
The 24-Hour Homestead-Miami Ultraskate
18/01/2019 - 19/01/2019
FIS World Cup Slopestyle Qualification, Secret Garden, China 2018
19/12/2018 - 19/12/2018
FIS World Cup Slopestyle, Secret Garden, China 2018
20/12/2018 - 20/12/2018
Mt Hood Series - Mt. Hood Meadows - Rail Jam #1 2018
22/12/2018 - 22/12/2018
Men's Billabong Pipe Masters 2018
08/12/2018 - 20/12/2018
Vans Triple Crown of Surfing 2018
12/11/2018 - 20/12/2018
THE Quemao Class 2018
20/10/2018 - 20/12/2018
Industry and event happenings
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
The final stop of the year for the FISE World Series is fast approaching, and here's the teaser!
Action from the 2017 FISE World Series Chengdu, China.
Skatepark Four Courts in České Budějovice has hosted the Czech Skateboard Cup series for the first time. The event was organized by the Czech Skateboarding Association, in cooperation with local organisation Association Sfera, and the event supported the city of České Budějovice. Local store Temple was added as a partner to this stage of the series, joining Vans, Theeve trucks, Powell Peralta and Ambassadors. This meant the total prize fund for the South Bohemian contest was increased to 25,000.
The top 5 from the Street Contest placed as follows: Martin Pek, Štěpán Bareš, Honza Navrátil, Honza Malý and David Luu.
The Czech Skate Cup is going to have its first visit to the skatepark of České Budějovice later this month. The best skateboarders will compete in the third stop of the series, both in bowl and concrete skatepark, on Saturday August 25th.
Huston Claims Eighth Gold in Monster Energy Men’s Skateboard Street, Zeuner Repeats Gold in Women’s Skateboard Park.
Toyota Men's Skateboard Park Finals, SoFi Women’s Skateboard Park Finals and The Real Cost Skateboard Big Air Finals...
Next X Skateboard Street and Park Finals...
Wilkins Wins Gold in Pacifico Skateboard Vert.
This year's Czech Skate Cup began in Teplice skatepark, where sixty riders joined to compete in the Czech Skate Cup Street Contest and Day for Kids.
Winners of the Bowl contest: 1. Martin Jurášek 2. Jan Tomšovský and 3. Ivo Prášek
The Czech Skate Cup series is going ahead again this year, with some changes to the stops for this season. Almost all the skateparks are having a premiere except Ostrava, which is back in the series after a long pause. The top skaters of Czechia are going to meet at three stops between June and August with the pinnacle of the series being the Czech Championship, which will follow tradition and take place at Štvanice on September 29th.
The Czech Skate Cup brought to you by Vans, with the support of Theeve and Ambassadors, heads to Teplice for the first time where the first street stop is being held on June 9th. The series moves to Chomutov with a bowl competition the next day. So, let’s make things clear...
Leticia Bufoni Wins First Gold Since 2013. Kelvin Hoefler Wins Back-to-Back Men’s Skateboard Street Gold.
If you missed it, here's the full show broadcast by 'World of X Games' on ABC!
The 24th annual Tampa Pro brought forth new blood to the contest, shining a light on a new wave of pros mixed with familiar faces.
Top 3 riders at Tampa Pro 2018: Jagger Eaton (1st, middle), Felipe Gustavo (2nd, right) & Ryan Decenzo (3rd, left), at Skatepark of Tampa, Florida, USA, March 2018.
In 2018, X Games is coming to Sydney, Australia for the first-ever X Games event on Australian soil, featuring Skateboard, BMX and Moto X competitions at Sydney Olympic Park on Oct. 19-21, 2018.
One by one, the Element Make It Count finalists arrived on the Gold Coast; a perfect winter’s day, sun and blue sky.
The Element Australia and New Zealand skate teams lead by Team Manager’s Leigh Bolton and Scott Lai had a crew of over 15 skaters who welcomed Rowan Davis (Newcastle), Adam Davies (Melbourne), Keanu Peina (Perth), Cody Riley (Sydney) and Matthieu Lucas (Christchurch) into the Element family.
Keanu Peina wins the Australian and New Zealand ticket for Make It Count 2017, at Precinct Skate Shop, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
The official park terrain skateboarding series, Vans Park Series Continental Championships has landed in Asia for the first time, open to all from the region to qualify to the World Championships.
Kihana Ogawa (left) wins the Women’s division at Vans Park Series Asia Continental Championships 2017, followed by Sky Brown (middle) and Sakura Yosozumi (right), at East coast park Skatepark, Singapore city, Singapore, August 19.
On August 13, SLS rolled into Chicago for the first US stop of the 2017 SLS Nike SB World Tour. It was also the final chance for SLS pros to clinch the four remaining spots to skate in the 2017 SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship, with Nyjah Huston, Louie Lopez, Shane O’Neill, and Kelvin Hoefler already holding down four of the eight spots. With stakes this high, we knew we were in for a heavy contest!
Dashawn Jordan and his winning performance at 2017 SLS Nike SB World Tour stop in Chicago, at UIC Pavilion, Chicago, USA, August 13.
Vans Park Series World Championships Final Men’s lineup decided! The action at the Vans Pro Park was at an all-time high as 20 of the world’s best park terrain skateboarders battled it out in the final global qualifier of the 2017 Vans Park Series Men’s Pro Tour.
Men's Podium at the 2017 Vans Park Series Huntington Beach Global Qualifier, August 5 - 3rd CJ Collins (USA), 1st Tom Schaar (USA) & 2nd Ben Hatchell (USA).
Vans Park Series Women’s Global Qualifier Determines Final World Championships Advancing Field and Current VPS Women’s World Champion Brighton Zeuner Dominates Huntington Beach Stop.
The women's podium at 2017 Vans Pro Skate Park Series Qualifier at Huntington Beach, California, USA: Bryce Wettstein (2nd), Brighton Zeuner (1st), Nora Vasconcellos (3rd).
The inaugural X Games Minneapolis came to an explosive end on Sunday as 27,000 fans packed U.S. Bank Stadium to cheer on the world’s premiere action sports athletes. With finals for the Fruit for the Loom BMX Dirt, Toyota Men’s Skateboard Park, Dave Mirra’s BMX Park Best Trick and the gravity-defying Real Cost Moto X Quarterpipe High Air followed by a spine-tingling performance by legendary local music act Atmosphere, Sunday was one for the books.
Tom Schaar (USA) (left - 2nd spot), Alex Sorgente (USA) (middle - winner) and Cory Juneau (USA) (right - 3rd spot) at the medal ceremony for Toyota Men's Skateboard Park during X Games Minneapolis 2017, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, USA, July 16.
On day three of the X Games Minneapolis 2017 Elliot Sloan took the first gold in America's Navy Skateboard Big Air, rookie Kelvin Hoefler upset in Monster Energy Men's Skateboard Street, and Brighton Zuener became the youngest athlete to win an X Games medal taking gold in Women’s Skateboard Park.
Elliot Sloan takes home the gold medal in America's Navy Skateboard Big Air during X Games Minneapolis 2017, July 15, at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, USA.
Day two of X Games Minneapolis saw a crowd of 32,000 enthusiastic fans gather at U.S. Bank Stadium to watch the world's premier action sports athletes battle it out for X Games gold. Action included the BMX Street Final, Women's Skate Street Final, The Real Cost BMX Big Air and the crowd favorite, Pacifico Moto X Freestyle Final.
Aori Nishimura (Japan) won the gold medal in Women's Skateboard Street at X Games Minneapolis 2017, July 14, at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, USA.
With fanfare across the state of Minnesota, X Games Minneapolis made its anticipated debut today with athletes from around the world competing in the Fruit of the Loom Skateboard and BMX Vert Finals as well as the Harley-Davidson Flat Track Race.
The skateboard vert podium with the winner Moto Shibata (JPN - middle), 2nd Jimmy Wilkins (USA - left) and 3rd Mitchie Brusco (USA - right), the three best riders of Fruit of the Loom Skateboard Vert at X Games Minneapolis 2017, July 13, at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, USA.
Claiming victory for his first-ever performance at the legendary Hastings Skatepark in Vancouver, Brazilian star Pedro Barros annihilated the park course, sending the capacity crowds wild with staggering airs, fantastic speed, and countless trick after trick combinations. Barros’ Canada victory marks his second event win on the 2017 VPS Men’s Pro Tour season.
The podium at the 2017 Vans Park Series Men's Pro Tour in Vancouver: Karl Berglind (2nd), Pedro Barros (the champ) & Tom Schaar (3rd), at Hastings Skatepark, Vancouver, Canada.
On Saturday, SLS rolled into Olympic Park in Munich, Germany. A Sold Out crowd was on hand to watch the best skaters in the world battle it out at the first arena stop of the 2017 SLS Nike SB World Tour. Those that were present and watched the live webcast on ETN were able to witness what proved to be one of the best SLS contests in history.
Best three riders of the Munich stop of 2017 SLS Nike SB World Tour: Nyjah Huston (1st - middle), Yuto Horigome (2nd - right) & Carlos Ribeiro (3rd - left), at Munich Olympic Park, Germany, June 2017.
On June 9-10, the world’s top athletes took over Rhodes Skate Park in Boise, Idaho to secure their invitations to X Games Minneapolis. Athletes competed in three disciplines – Men’s Skateboard Park, Women’s Skateboard Park and BMX Park. Over 7,000 fans witnessed six Men’s Skateboard and BMX athletes and four Women’s skateboarders punch their tickets to Minneapolis.
Tom Schaar topped the Podium en Route to X Games Minneapolis, at Rhodes Skate Park in Boise, Idaho, USA.
Congratulations to Nyjah Huston on winning the 2017 SLS Nike SB Pro Open at Skate Agora BDN Barcelona, Spain. Nyjah now has a Golden Ticket straight to the 2017 SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship in Los Angeles on September 15th.
Nyjah Huston takes the trophy at the 2017 SLS Nike SB Pro Open at Skate Agora BDN Barcelona, Spain.