Life in the fast lane with Jamie Foy – Hop in Jamie’s Tesla and roll in on the session.
Deathwish Skateboards hits Texas with Jamie Foy, Pedro Delfino, Neen Williams, Jake Hayes, Taylor Kirby, Julian Davidson, Victoria Ruesga, Sean O’Connor and Tyson Peterson.
Huston had four different scores break into the 9-point range, which made him nearly impossible to beat. After landing an incredible first run he one-upped himself by finishing his line with a half-cab to backside smith grind to backside 180 out of the 11-stair hubba to shock everyone.
Huston followed it up in the individual trick section on the same 11-stair hubba stomping a half-cab backside noseblunt to fakie, a switch heelflip frontside tailslide, and finally a switch heelflip frontside 5-0 to earn the highest score of the event, a 9.56.
“It’s a sick time for skateboarding, and I can’t wait to get [to the Olympics]” said Huston, 5-time World, and previous Dew Tour champion, looking forward to becoming an Olympian. When asked about the adjustments he made to win on the day, Huston responded, “I tried to give myself to room with the points… to give myself less pressure to land my final trick. I hadn’t landed the switch heelflip frontside 5-0 yet in practice, and never on anything that big.”
Men’s Street Final Results:
1. Nyjah Huston
2. Yuto Horigome
3. Aurelien Giraud
4. Jamie Foy
5. Vincent Milou
6. Felipe Gustavo
7. Manny Santiago
8. Shane O’Neill
Dew Tour Des Moines delivered a heated 32-skater Men’s Street Semifinal despite rain delays. The day wrapped with Manny Santiago, Aurelien Giraud, and Yuto Horigome leaving semis on fire and leading the group of eight qualified for the final.
The best 21 skaters from qualifying met the top 11 World Skate ranked pre-seeded for an abbreviated semifinal format of two, 45-second runs with the best score counting. Each of the three heats felt like international finals of their own.
Manny Santiago, 35, came out blazing for Puerto Rico as the oldest skater in the contest. His first run fired everyone up and gave him the top score, but he bested himself on his second run and burnt the place down.
1. Manny Santiago
2. Aurelien Giraud
3. Yuto Horigome
4. Vincent Milou
5. Jamie Foy
6. Nyjah Huston
7. Shane O’Neill
8. Felipe Gustavo
The legacy of Jamie Foy’s signature model the 306 continues, minus the laces. Built to take all the abuse that Jamie can throw at it, with the same proven rubber underlay as the original.
After a tough day in the streets with Darwen, Jamie finally figures things out, with his brand new Laceless version of the 306 from New Balance Numeric. The legacy continues.
Street League Skateboarding brings you Jamie Foy & Ryan Decenzo skating the infamous Echo Park 18 stair live.
Foooour Wheels Live! The only game show where skateboarding makes cents.
Bronson’s Best of 2020 featuring Jamie Foy, Dylan Jaeb, Jimmy Wilkins, Kevin Baekkel, Milton Martinez, Tom Schaar, Zion Wright, Koby Dvorak, Pedro Delfino, Roman Pabich, Cedric Pabich, Miles Lawrence, Chris Russell, Alex Willms, Braden Hoban, Alexis Ramirez, Tristan Rennie, Leo Baker, CJ Collins, Toby Ryan and Erick Winkowski.
Matt Pepe’s “Like That” edit filmed between 2015-2018 featuring Tom Asta, Justin Adeniran, Wade DesArmo, Nate Cabigting, Brian Douglas, Ben Taylor, Josh Douglas, Jake Baldini, Ryan Hamburg, Eric Elliott, Mike DeAngelis, John Shanahan, Evan Goss, Joey Rodriguez, Brian O’Dwyer, Jahmir Brown, Nick Keys, Kevin Liedtke, T-Funk, Evan Smith, Ryan Chaney, Julio Diaz, Shane Colville, Brannon John, Luis Castro, James Britton, Chris Falo, Kris Brown, Jamie Foy, Shawn Butler, Hugo Flores, Brandon Sandt, Matt Miller, Will Gomez and Tyler Dietterich.
2020 was a most unusual year, but it will be remembered as one of skateboarding’s most globally successful years.
The reasons for that are many and varied, sometimes overlapping, but a perfect convergence of circumstances saw skate shops around the world unable to meet demand, small brands suddenly able to clear out entire inventories, and uptake – oftentimes re-uptake – of skating worldwide at a level not seen since the headiest days of decades past.
It was at breakfast the morning after Red Bull Skateboarding’s 2020 planning meeting last January that the newspaper headline spoke of a city being locked down far away. It’s doubtful that anyone back then could have foreseen the last 12 months playing out the way they have, but with so many projects already under way globally the race was on to bring them all in – safely, and in whole.
From Patrik Wallner’s pioneering Uzbekistan skate project to contests like Simple Session, Red Bull Solus & Red Bull Bowl Rippers to RAW EDITS with Jamie Foy, CJ Collins & more to introducing the world to Madars Skate Tales to skating Larvikite with Torey Pudwill & crew to exploring the spirit of skateboarding in Africa, 2020 will go down in as an epic year in our history books!
Jamie Foy & Zion Wright hit the race track with the NEW Bronson Ceramic Bearings. Not riding skateboarding’s fastest bearings?! Check your local skateshop for ’em now!