The raucous crowds that filled the legendary Combi Pool arena for the 14th annual Vans Pool Party were treated to another sizzling skateboarding performance by the winningest skater in Pool Party history, Chris Miller. Miller left the coping ablaze with a score of 93.00, leaving no debate on who deserved the 2018 Legends crown. Chris delivered a flawless run laced with his patented fluid style that has been his calling card ever since stepping on a skateboard in 1978 to earn his 10th title. Eric Nash and Steve Caballero rounded out top honors with Nash scoring 91.33 and Cab 90.67.
Watch Chris Miller’s best run of the 2018 Vans Pool Party to see how he won the Legends Division for the 10th time.
One of the best ways to break in a new set of Thunder 151 Team Hollows… pool coping. Chris Miller Knows.
They’re called Legends for a reason, and the Legends contest of the 2017 Vans Pool Party showed us why! These guys paved the way for generations of skaters, and they’re not done yet. Check out highlights from Steve Caballero, Lance Mountain, Chris Miller, Jeff Grosso, and a lot more
The legends of Bowlriding returned for the 2015 Vans Pool Party. Classic moves and familiar faces had their way with the world famous Combi bowl. At the end of the night, the top three was Eric Nash 3rd, Steve Caballero 2nd, and Chris Miller taking 1st for the 9th time. Watch all the highlights.
May 16th marks the 10th anniversary of the VANS Pool Party, watch some archived footage and stories from past winners Chris Miller, Steve Caballero, Bucky Lasek, Tristen Rennie, and more. Tune in to the event live HERE.
Featuring Kyle Leeper, Matt Rodriguez, Chris Pastras, Jason Lee, Clint Peterson, Yoshi Tanenbaum, Ben Fisher, Steven Snyder, Nate Greenwood, Tommy Fynn, Jordan Hoffart and Chris Miller.
Jason Lee, Chris Pastras, Chris Miller, Clint Peterson and Nate Greenwood skate one of Nate’s favorite Northeast parks.
Tommy Guerrero, Steve Caballero, Tony Hawk, Mike McGill, Christian Hosoi, Chris Miller, Lance Mountain, and Rodney Mullen take over the Combi Bowl at Vans Skatepark.
So the Dew Tour in Ocean City Maryland has came and went but the coverage keeps coming, lets talk to the legends.
Who better to end concrete week than and interview with concrete king Chris Miller? Of course Miller is totally right but at the same time he is a little out their. “Don’t be afraid to make a mark on that white paper; go”.