Collin Graham gets the party started at this years Men’s Skateboard Park. Powering through a long Mach 5 Smith Grind to that sick Kickflip Lien. It’s Poetry in motion. The crowd on the knoll was electric. Embassy Pride, Eastcoast Pride.
Here are the winning runs from the women’s street final from 2022 Dew Tour Des Moines. In third place making her Dew Tour was Chloe Covell from Australia with a score of 81.66, Pamela Rosa of Brazil finishes in second with a 84.33, and in first is Japan’s Momiji Nishiya with a high score of 95.33.
The battle in the men’s park final at 2022 Dew Tour Des Moines was intense throughout the entire field of 12 skateboarders. In the end, it was Australia’s Keegan Palmer in third place with an 85.00, Luiz Francisco of Brazil in second with a 86.33, and coming in first is USA’s Gavin Bottger with a high score of 88.00.
Felipe Nunes defends his adaptive park presented by Toyota title for a second year in a row with a high score of 96.66. Rounding out the podium in second place is Vinicios Sardi with a 86.66 and Brandon White with a 83.66 for third place.
Here are the winning runs from the Battle of the Shops featuring Manny Maire and Bryant Doerfler from Escapist in third, Familia’s Ben Narloch and Mikee Carter in second, and Subsect’s own Jake Kelly and Mirza Jasarovic.
Feast your on the top three winning runs from the men’s street final. Brazil’s own Kelvin Hoefler finishes in third with a 86.00, Yuto Horigome of Japan finishes in second with a 87.33, and Gustavo Ribeiro from Portugal finishes in first place with a high score of 89.00.
Check out the winning runs from the women’s park final from 2022 Dew Tour Des Moines. Finishing in third place was Cocona Hiraki with a 82.66, Sakura Yosozumi in second with an 83.00, and Sky Brown in first with a high score of 89.66.
Watch the winning runs that landed Darian Haynes, Kanya Sesser, and Tia Pearl on the podium in the women’s adaptive street competition presented by Toyota. Driana Haynes finished in third with a 40.00, Kanya Sesser in second place with a 62.33, and Tia Pearl in first with a high score of 71.33.
Here are the winning runs from the men’s adaptive street final presented by Toyota. Finishing in third place was Justin Bishop with a score of 88.66, Steven Breeding with 91.66 in second, and Felipe Nunes in first place with a 95.66.
Watch the live broadcast of the 2022 Dew Tour in Des Moines, Iowa, from Lauridsen Skatepark, featuring some of the world’s best skateboarders and adaptive athletes. Dew Tour closes out with the Women’s Street Final and the Men’s Park Final!
Watch the live broadcast of the 2022 Dew Tour in Des Moines, Iowa, from Lauridsen Skatepark, featuring some of the world’s best skateboarders and adaptive athletes. Day two starts with the men’s adaptive park final followed by the Battle of the Shops, and then the adaptive wheelchair exhibition presented by Toyota!
Three riders. Three different perspectives. Through the Hearts is a look at Copenhagen Open through the eyes of Paul Rodriguez, Lea Shairer, and Ville Wester.