Clash of the Crews is one of those contests that never fails to pop off. 2016 was a total madhouse and this older SPoTLife episode shows it all, as shops travel from all over, to battle it out in the park. Featuring Jamie Foy, Rene Perez, Danny Fuenzalida, Kanaan Dern, Bryan Hess, Chopper Dave, Christian Henry, Manny Benitez, Mike Peterson, Blaine Partridge, Killian Horne, Chris Blake, Meagan Guy, Devin Abreu, Marcos Montoya, Nik Zuck, Chad Poore and Niko Howard.
The best contest of the year is even better for 2020! In addition to the chaos of the Converse Concrete Jam and the always mindbending Indy Best Trick, we’ve added the first ever Women’s Open that is open to Pros and Top Ams from around the world. Who will take home the win this year? Only one way to find out…
Back in 2013, Andrew Reynolds rolled through SPoT before heading out to his old stomping grounds of Lakeland, Florida, for the grand opening of the Lakeland skatepark. Hop back 7 years, as Reynolds and a handful of locals get down at both parks in this classic edit.
Raw footage of Kerry Getz skating the park? You’ve got it. That kickflip late shove is no joke.
It’s not every day that you can see Bob Burnquist sailing around the classic SPoT vert ramp, but thanks to this clip, it could be.
2013 was a huge year for us, as we celebrated our 20-year anniversary. With that, in collaboration with Cigar City Brewing, the first SPoT beer was born, Moat Water, and some special beer veneers went into a limited run of boards, created by Paul Schmitt. Step into the digital time machine now. – SPoT
11 minutes of Tampa Am 2019 madness, including all the skating, slams, hijinks & homies you can handle! Some special emphasis on our SPoT Team riders & even threw in some UNSEEN footage from Indy Best Trick & Cons Concrete Jam!
Back in 2013, Schaefer gave the world a tour of the park. While so much has changed in the last 6 years, you’ll notice that a lot of things have remained the same, and quite honestly, will stand the tests of time for years to come. Watch now, for a brief walk down memory lane.
For the past quarter of a century, the best amateur skateboarders have been making the annual pilgrimage to Skatepark of Tampa for the annual Tampa Am competition. It’s an opportunity to make lifelong friends from around the world, enjoy a week packed full of events and good times. And for one skater, it’s the chance to be crowned the winner of the most legendary contest in skateboarding.
The Converse Concrete Jam is terrifying to watch. Imagine SKATING it. This year’s Am edition was no exception, but thankfully everyone made it out alive…just barely.
The Tampa Pro Vert Contests used to go off. Soak up 3 minutes of Jake Brown, Rune Glifberg, and more, going after it during Tampa Pro 2003
The Independent Best Trick bypasses the flat bar this year and takes it to the bank to wall. Just like old times. Chaos ensues. Side note: if you’re thinking of throwing hate because Anthony Anaya didn’t crack the top 5 with his Peterblunt grind kickflip fakie, it happened way after time ran out so save it.