In this new episode of BS with TG, Tommy sits down with Omar Salazar to shoot the shit about his upbringing in Sacramento, hiding the fact that he was a sponsored skateboarder from his parents, getting on Foundation and more. Pull up a seat and listen in.
etnies has proudly added Ryan Lay to its skate team. Ryan “Punchy” Lay is the perfect addition to the etnies team with his creative perspective, smooth style, and commitment to giving back. He will be joining the global ranks of the Jameson Bloodline and skating alongside – Julian Davidson, Nick Garcia, Matt Berger, Albert Nyberg, Barney Page and more. The Jameson family tree exhibits simplicity without compromising function and overall performance.
Melbourne, Florida’s Tyson Peterson comes out swinging in Thunder’s new Know Future video, all filmed in one day.
Amongst the sold out crowd and his peers and competitors – Nyjah Huston, Paul Rodriguez, Cody McEntire, Ryan Decenzo, SLS Pick Chris Joslin, Luan Oliveira and Chaz Ortiz – Shane O’Neill racked up the most points in the 8-man Final of the 2016 SLS Nike SB Pro Open in Barcelona, Spain yesterday to bring home $20,000.
And with his win, Shane has earned the Golden Ticket to this year’s SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship, his second of the year after winning Tampa Pro in March of this year. Keeping his momentum going after the contest, he took home an additional $5,000 at Diamond Supply Co.’s Best Trick event with a backside bigspin fakie 5-0 fakie flip out for the win. Congrats Shane!
Drop by the Street League site for all news, photos and recaps from Barcelona and information on the remaining stops of the 2016 SLS Nike SB World Tour.
SLS Nike SB Pro Open Results
1. Shane O’Neill – 34.8
2. Nyjah Huston – 32.8
3. Cody McEntire – 31.8
4. Paul Rodriguez – 31.0
5. Luan Oliveira – 29.9
6. Ryan Decenzo – 28.9
7. Chaz Ortiz – 28.4
8. Chris Joslin – 22.2