With a new album that just dropped, plus a new crew to skate with, Lil Wayne is back in a major way. Lil Wayne talks music, skateboarding, snowboarding, and what it feels like to be invited to perform at X Games Aspen 2019.
X Games commentators Brandon Graham and Craig McMorris break down the style highlights of certain X Games competitors in 2018.
After coming short of the gold the previous two years, the king of X Games Skateboard Street had fans wondering if his reign as No. 1 was over. The nollie heelflip frontside noseblunt slide that capped his gold-medal-winning run in Minneapolis put those doubts to rest.
Junipero Avenue in Long Beach transformed into a skateboarding war zone yesterday, complete with flying carcasses and human projectiles. RIP, everyone!
The Top 4 from the 2018 SLS season advancing straight to the Super Crown Final of our all new World Championship:
1. Yuto Horigome
2. Kelvin Hoefler
3. Felipe Gustavo
4. Chris Joslin
The rest of the SLS Pros will battle it out in the World Championship Quarter-Final & Semi-Final as they try to secure one of the 4 remaining spots! It all goes down January 11-13 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil!
The Legend Christian Hosoi breaks down the importance of SLS being in Huntington Beach!
The 2018 SLS World Tour continues with the last stop in Huntington Beach, CA before the all new World Championship.
SLS mic’d up Nyjah Huston at the Huntington Beach stop and listened in on the skaters small talk.
Ryan Sheckler gives Dashawn Jordan one minute to land a Laser Flip over the Van’s gap for $50 dollars during the SLS Huntington Beach stop.
Mitchie Brusco is the only skateboarder to have landed a 1080 on a full-sized MegaRamp in competition. That trick, plus a backside flip Indy over the 50-foot gap, is what it took Brusco to finally win his first gold medal after 11 X Games appearances.
At the 2018 Hot Wheels Junior Open, Gavin Bottger got loose in The Junction with a GoPro Hero 7. Gavo, along with Lazer Crawford, Roman Hager, Nobacel Villalobos, Toby Ryan, and Koston Eaton had a blast practicing their runs for the contest and ripping some good old fashioned party lines.
Kids from around the country made the trip out to Woodward West in Tehachapi, California to compete in the Hot Wheels Junior Open. An open skateboard and BMX contest for kids 16 and under, where all ability levels are welcome!
Take a behind the scenes look at the 3-day Junior Open through the eyes of competitors Gavin Bottger, Lazer Crawford, Roman Hager, Nobacel Villalobos, Carlin Makibbin and Sean Curliss. Featured competitors include Adler Cromer, Camp Schillereff, Dante Tabuyo-Ochoa, Gui Khury, Jaxson Thompson, Kaden Stone, Kieran Woolley, Koston Eaton, Malachi Gray, and Porter Birk. Plus, a cameo from Element Skateboards founder, Johnny Schillereff.