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Some throwaway footage from Happy Medium’s weekend in Tucson, Arizona filming for a new “A Happy Medium” project.
Pray to Play Tour around Pittsburgh to Detroit – Super 8 footage featuring Indy riders: Milton Martinez, Evan Smith, Wes Kremer, Tristan Funkhouser, Jake Johnson, Dolan Stearns, Pedro Delfino, and Marius Syvanen.
All aboard as Red Bull’s skate tour of Uzbekistan continues on to the virgin terrain of Nukus with Ethan Loy, Rob Wooten, Vladik Scholz & Pasha Kuznetsov!
Winning a contest and doing miles in the van are two different skill sets, and whether you’re out for gold or pulling back cold gold, it’s all just skateboarding with your friends in the end. No mailbox, gas station, park or airport is safe when you put this crew together and hit the road in the lead up to Tokyo. From Texas to Toronto, featuring Yuto Horigome, Grant Taylor, Nyjah Huston, Ishod Wair, Hayley Wilson, Donovon Piscopo and Nicole Hause. Round 2 coming soon.
This trip through Malaga, Spain features Nick Garcia, Eetu Toropainen, Nassim Lachhab and David Castells.
Wes Van Heest volunteered with Evan Dittig of Shred.co at the Goodpush Summit in Johannesburg South Africa; checkout the footage they came back with!
Join Ethan Loy along with his crew consisting of Rob Wootton, Vladik Scholz and Pasha Kuznetsov in part one of a huge overland skate mission of Central Asia for Patrik Wallner’s new three-part series called Hotel Uzbekistan.
9th Annual Prince Of Puerto Rico – Guest Jenn Soto, Dave Bachinky, Micky Papa & More Tour the island in search for Spots, Food, Clips & Amazing Tropical memories. Watch the video and jump in the van to see how the week unfolds and who becomes the 2019 PRINCE OF PUERTO RICO!
Skateboarding is a 360° affair: all over the world, through every season, from thriving on cold winters to high-summer scorcher sessions, you’re either in or you’re out. The last 12 months have been a headlong rush of trips, events and projects for Red Bull Skateboarding. As well as hosting their year’s biggest project with the release of Red Bull’s first full- length skate video, You Good?, in early December, Red Bull’s channel brought a year’s worth of unique skate clips week-by-week. We explored all types of terrain and parts of the world we have never been to. From Taiwan to Estonia and Paraguay to Tasmania, we rocked the bells right around the world all through 2019!
Mitchie Brusco takes the #2 spot on the X Games Top Ten list. The 900 was first landed on a skateboard 20 years ago (at X Games, of course). The trick remains so difficult that fewer than 10 people have done it at X Games. Then came the 1080; you can count the people who have landed that trick on one hand. Now we have the 1260.
–Mitchie Brusco landed the world’s first 1260 on the quarterpipe during Run 3 of Skateboard Big Air. He crashed attempting the trick in his first two runs, and that came after crashing on it twice at X Games Shanghai. He made it look easy in his 5th overall attempt at X Games. The 1260 was part of a line that included a switch 180 over the 50-ft. gap. Despite the world’s first 1260, Mitchie took silver.
He now owns 10 X Games medals total. And 1260 bragging rights.
Misugu Okamoto takes #6 on the X Games Top Ten list. Misugu Okamoto absolutely crushed the field at X Games Minneapolis 2019, just as she’s been doing all year: The 13-year-old has won five straight major park contests.And she’s not just dominating, she’s revolutionizing women’s park skateboarding and leading a legion of teens and tweens who have completely changed the discipline.
Her victory in her rookie appearance makes her the second-youngest gold medalist in X Games history. Welcome to the Top Moments of 2019 Misugu!