13-year old all-terrain ripper Jagger Eaton nailed down the heaviest of trick-to-trick-to-trick runs at Tampa Am 2014 to take home the win. Have a look into the action with the Semi Finals, Finals, & Best Trick contests. Congrats Jagger!
1. Jagger Eaton
2. Micky Papa
3. Hermann Stene
4. Jereme Knibbs
5. Dashawn Jordan
6. Carlos Iqui
7. Jack Olson
8. Brodie Penrod
9. Axel Crysberghs
10. Zion Wright
11. Yoshi Tanenbaum
12. Oscar Meza
1. Jamie Foy – Gap to Backside Tailslide Shuv
2. Percy Alvorado – Switch Hardflip Backside Lipslide
3. Ivan Monteiro – 360 Flip noseslide Nollie Heelflip
4. Jack Olson – Switch Kickflip Feeble
5. Dashawn Jordan – Backside 360 Biggerspin Flip
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Eight select Street League Pros have been put up for the People’s Champ vote from their outstanding participation in the 2014 SLS season. Have a look and their individual clips from the practice sessions and rounds of competition from all 2014 SLS tour stops and vote for your favorite 2014 SLS People’s Champ now. The winner will have the opportunity to design the first course for the 2015 SLS Tour. Voting ends December 15th.
It has been over 20 years since construction crews walked away from The Aspotogan Sea Spa Resort a multi-million dollar resort project on the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, never to return. Half completed, the building sat empty and abandoned in the wild wilderness of the maritime coast…until now.
Ryan Decenzo, TJ Rogers, Joey Brezinski, Cody Lockwood and a crew of some of the best skaters in North America convened on this neglected piece of prime real estate in early September on an ambitious mission to bring new life to the forgotten resort by transforming it into the ultimate skate retreat. With no limits and a little help from their friends – legendary park builders the Zenga Brothers and director Alex Craig – the crew worked tirelessly to create a skate park unlike any other by building custom features using materials found around the resort, spanning across three floors and 175,000 square feet of smooth concrete.
From the darkest, shadowy depths of the building’s idle interior to blazing sunsets over a custom-built concrete bowl and the resort’s uncertain future, this was a once-in-a-lifetime trip.