The colors, the textures, the spots. A whirlwind video from the Nike SB Mexico team. This is Vórtice. Featuring Carlos Padilla, Roberto Bueno Espinosa, Gerado Rivera Nenos, Alfredo Franco, Daniel Vela, Brayan Coria, Erick Silva, and Gus Servin.
On Tuesday, March 20th skateboarders, parents, and media from multiple platforms gathered at CA Training Facility in Vista, CA for the announcement of the first-ever USA national skateboarding team. With the help from Toyota and Nike, 16 skateboarders, including Nyjah Huston, Alexis Sablone, Zion Wright, Brighton Zeuner, and more join together to form the first-ever USA skateboarding national team. Both park and street events will make their Olympic debut at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games.
The eight women and men chosen for the USA national team qualified based on their performances in international level events during the year before their selection. Skateboarders will have the opportunity to qualify for the 2020 Summer Games based on three of their best results in the 2019 qualify season (now through September 15, 2019) and six best results during the 2020 qualifying season (September 16, 2019 – May 31, 2020).
The SLS World Tour is heading back to London! Tickets will go fast, so get yours NOW at streetleague.com
Checkout this recap of the Santa Cruz “Til the End & Beyond” Tour across America.
SLS season ten! Get ready… New multi-round event format, global open qualifier, and women’s division expansion!
SLS, in a partnership with World Skate, is proud to introduce our all new World Tour event format! Starting in 2019, we will be getting rid of the Pro Open event, and from now on, each and every stop of the tour will have a multi-round format, including a Global Open Round, where more skaters will have the opportunity to work their way up the rankings and solidify a spot on the SLS World Tour. For more info click HERE.
Collin has been on a board and apart of the Emerica team since he was just a kid. In this FOCUS episode we head down to Mexico with Collin to skate and discuss spending time down there during his childhood, his first skate trip, getting on Emerica, filming his part in Stay Gold, and the upcoming Toy Machine video.
Element squad went for some street mission in San Francisco and here is a mix of everyone’s camera roll! Featuring Jaakko Ojanen, Gabriel Fortunat, Brandon Westgate, Sascha Daley, Nassim Guammaz, and Jon Miner.
Japanese THEEVE rider Kaito Murai headed out to Australia and left with this video part.
Cruising the coasts of America with Glen Fox, Ben Gore, Zach Lyons, Leo Valls, Ryan Barlow, Gunes Ozdogan, Soy Panday, Ruben Spelta & Vivien Feil.
The wonderful people of Flora Springs winery invited OC Ramps for a demo up in Napa Valley, California. What an amazing location on this gorgeous vineyard! Check out the OC crew skating the 8ft wide mini ramp.
The Destructo Gang heads North to say what up to our homies at Skate Warehouse in beautiful San Luis Obispo. Featuring Bastien Salabanzi, TJ Rogers, Chris Pierre, Craig Edwards, Brent Strittmater, Brooks Humphrey and Justin Smith.