Welcome to the Family: Felipe Nunes | Skate | VANS

Vans Skateboarding proudly welcomes the addition of adaptive skateboarder Felipe Nunes to the Vans Family. At just 21 years old, Felipe has already achieved more than most of his non-adaptive counterparts. Hailing from Curitiba Paraná, Brazil, he lost his legs at age six in a train accident. But by age 13 he had found freedom and a creative outlet in skateboarding and quickly began gaining recognition from the global skateboarding community. In a short four-year window, Felipe won multiple contests, receiving a nod from Tony Hawk by officially turning pro for the Birdhouse team and landing the coveted Thrasher Magazine cover.

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Anthony Claravall | The Nine Club With Chris Roberts – Episode 191

Anthony Claravall discusses growing up in New York, his dad worked for Pepsi but he loves Coke Zero, how he got into filming, submitting his clips he filmed to 411 then ending up working for them, helping film The Firm video “Can’t Stop”, LRG asking him to make their first video “Give Me My Money Chico”, moving to China and bringing skaters there to film, how he help build the Olympic team for the Philippines, working for New Balance and much more!

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RVCA NYC

After a year of no travel and with the world opening back up, the RVCA Skate Team took the first chance to jump on a plane and head to New York City. Featuring Kevin “Spanky” Long, Zach Allen, Donta Hill, Curren Caples and Mark Suciu.

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CREATURE INTRUDERS Ep. 2 Featuring Willis Kimbel

This week we haul this mess up to the Pacific NorthWest to INTRUDE on Willis Kimbel’s horde of decks and skateboard-related vomit all in the name of internet content. Your average “wall board” show THIS IS NOT – but rather a “what the f@ck is that?” ”what dimensions are that shape?” “What went down on that deck?” And “who did those graphics?”… monocle-worthy items if you will? Let’s just say there will be some heavy lifting! With our own Sam Hitz spearheading the show, INTRUDERS promises to have notes of obnoxiousness and left-field questioning that will make board collectors of the world cringe. Yet unable to look away, like a wreck on the highway.

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