When it comes down to it, Tampa Am and Tampa Pro are truly anybody’s for the taking. It just so happens that if you can drop runs as powerfully as Nyjah can, you’re probably gonna take home a win. Rewatch Nyjah’s Tampa Pro 2014 winning run now.
Damn Am NYC is all of the best things about New York City rolled into a skate contest, and this year went above and way beyond. Becker Dunn’s win was his 2nd of the year and earned him the Damn Am of the Year trophy along with $1500. Another weekend for the ages.
More like the world’s best block party at an amazing skatepark full of lifelong friends who are all ripping. But yeah, you can call if practice if you want.
Congrats to Miles Lawrence for winning Damn Am Woodward West! We’ll see Miles in the Semi-Finals at Tampa Am. Here’s just some of what he did to take it.
Yeah it’s a contest, so you might think it would be all serious, but you’d be wrong. Damn Am Woodward West is just a ripping good time with judged skating as an excuse to bring it all together. Which in the end makes the skating that much better.
You never know what kind of tricks are gonna get thrown down during the Tampa Pro finals. Back in 2015, Luan Olivera sealed the deal with this run and walked away with first place.
Last weekend the SPoT Team went down to Fort Lauderdale to skate the “Back to the Streets” contest at Ramp 48 Skatepark. After the contest they spent a day cruising the streets of Miami with the help of their good friend and tour guide Dan Lundy.
The SPoT 10-Year DVD featured tons of classic contest gems. Enjoy a portion of them here, as the latest episode of #ClipsFromTheMoat takes you way back. Oh yeah, some Cardiel footage is in the mix this time around.
At Damn Am Chicago 2019, the inmates were running the Asylum (literally) and it made for the best weekend ever.
Damn Am Chicago, 5 years deep! For the anniversary we took it to Asylum Skatepark, rebuilt the course, and invited the best ams in the country to break it in. They did just that, and MORE.
Last weekend, Cons brought their curb-building workshop and two pros (Dolan Stearns, Zack Wallin) to SPoT for an afternoon lesson on concrete, free skating and an epic curb session. All in all it was a great day and we even got a little iPhone edit out of it.
There aren’t too many places where you can see Bob Burnquist, Bucky Lasek, and Rune Glifberg, all sessioning the same vert ramp. That is, unless you’re watching footage from Tampa Pro 2001. Kick back and enjoy this brief time capsule back to our 7th year of Tampa Pro.