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Yoshi Tanenbaum Lands on Stereo Team

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Maryland’s Yoshi Tanenbaum has worked his way up the ranks of the Stereo flow program ripping the streets of the Baltimore/DC area, winning a Damn AM, helping Stereo win the Woodward West Shootout, and generally leaving everyone who sees him skate in person with a dropped jaw. When you’re out on the road, he’s the guy skating flatground in the parking lot at 2am after skating all day and night. He’s a true powerhouse who skates every session like it’s the last day on earth. To describe him as hard working is an understatement. With all that said, Stereo Skateboards is honored to announce Yoshi as our newest am to our team. You’ve truly earned this one buddy. Welcome to the Stereo squad! ” – Chris Pastras

Adventures With Chris – Ray Barbee

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In the latest Adventures with Chris, Mr. Nieratko sits down Ray Barbee, one of childhood idols and one of the smoothest guys to ever step on a skateboard. Listen in as they to discuss his epic 1989 Powell Peralta Ban This part and how filming has changed over the years.

Know Control – Know Thunder: Kevin Bradley

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The fourth and final Know Control – Know Future Thunder clip just went live with Kevin Bradley. Check out the new clip, and his quick response interview at the Thunder Trucks site.

Dew Tour: Ryan Sheckler Two Peats in Streetstyle

Ryan Sheckler destroyed the Dew Tour’s Streetstyle course in San Francisco once again to seize the win. During his victory lap he pushed through the pain of a tweaked ankle to nail a kickflip off of the shipping container too! Congrats Shecks!

Final Results
1. Ryan Sheckler
2. Curren Caples
3. David Gravette
4. Ryan Decenzo
5. Alec Majerus
6. Greg Lutzka
7. Dave Bachinsky
8. Adam Dyet

Dew Tour: Louie Lopez Wins Skate Street Finals

Final Results

1. Louie Lopez
2. Kelvin Hoefler
3. Ryan Decenzo
4. Sean Malto
5. Chaz Ortiz
6. Alec Majerus
7. David Gonzalez
8. Curren Caples
9. Greg Lutzka
10. Peter Ramondetta

Dew Tour: Street Semi-Final Results and Finals Schedule

When the sun had set over the Street Course in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza last night, Louie Lopez skated his way to first place leading into today’s finals.

“It feels crazy, I did not expect to qualify first at all,” said Louie still in disbelief of how well he scored. “I tried not to think about it too much but it was definitely crazy skating with P-Rod and all those guys. I’m just looking forward to having a good time tomorrow. I’m hyped! The course is fun.”

Thursday’s top qualifier Kelvin Hoefler had finshed in second place and Sean Malto rounded out the top three positions. A field of twelve skaters will skate in the finals today that will be broadcast on NBC at 4pm EST or you can catch the live stream webcast here.

Think you’ll be on the road at that time? No problem. The NBC Sports Live Extra app is available for free for both iOS and Android mobile devices via iTunes or Google Play.

Semi-Final Results
1st Louie Lopez
2nd Kelvin Hoefler
3rd Sean Malto
4th Chaz Ortiz
5th David Gonzalez
6th Alec Majerus
7th Greg Lutzka
8th Ryan Decenzo
9th Paul Rodriguez
10th Felipe Gustavo
11th Curren Caples
12th Peter Ramondetta