It’s just after 9 AM here on the East Coast and the doors have opened at The Skatepark of Tampa. Hopefully, you’ve gotten yourself a ticket or have blocked out the weekend calendar to sit on the couch or your favorite bar to view the webcast.
Yesterday was a busy one at the park and the fine people at SPoT Life have compiled this video to wrap up the day two events which included the TM/Industry contest and some clips of Nyjah Huston, Evan Smith, Luan Oliveira, Jordan Hoffart, and more. In case you missed the wrap up from day one, you can view it here.
The heat sheets are all filled out and the action should be under way in a few hours. Click here for the full schedule of the webcast.
If you’re on the go today and can’t watch, be sure to check in with our Twitter and Facebook pages for updates throughout the day today and tomorrow.
Oceanside’s Prince Park gets attacked the latest installment of “The Sesh” from The Skateboard Mag. From the street course to the bowls, this edit has a little something for everyone. Filmed & Edited by Zack Dowdy.
Every year Dekline Footwear takes a journey down to Mexicali, Mexico. This time around they’ve returned with a look inside their trip with from two different perspectives in this Friday Night Double Feature.
Politic linked up with Exit Skate Shop for their latest commercial which features Devon Connell and Walt Wolfe, filmed entirely on a HI-8 camera in Philadelphia, PA. by Chris Mulhern.
Nike SB presents Two Up, a two man skateboarding film featuring Australian team riders Alex Campbell and Nick Boserio. Look for the full video on April 4th.
Element kicked off their “Make It Count 2014″ season with an event at Hollenbeck skate plaza in Los Angeles, CA.
Skaters came from far and wide to compete for an experience of a lifetime: a trip to the finals at The Berrics, Element Skate Camp, and a shot at an Element sponsorship! Everyone was ripping, but when the dust settled, it was Dylan Williams of Bakersfield, CA who took home first place and a trip to the finals