Street skating powerhouses Luan Oliveira and Leticia Bufoni took home the victories for Brazil at last weekend’s Far ‘N High competition in Paris.
1. Luan Oliveira BRA
2. Egor Golubev RUS
3. Tommy Fynn AUS
4. Maxim Krulov RUS
5. Sven Kilchenmann SWZ
6. Roger Silva BRA
7. Aurelien Giraud FRA
8. Danny Leon SPA
1. Leticia Bufoni BRA
2. Pamela Rosa BRA
3. Héléne Gérard BEL
4. Aura Bréfart BEL
5. Iris Besseling NLD
6. Keet Oldenbeuving NLD
7. Charlotte Hym FRA
8. Asia Lanzi ITA
1. Egor Golubev
2. Adrien Bulard
Wes Kremer, Madars Apse, Mikey Taylor, Evan Smith, and part of the EU skate team including Josef Scott and Thaynan Costa are in Europe for the Special Delivery tour which will kicked off last week. This European tour will take the guys to some of the most influential cities and skate spots across seven countries and includes demo sessions as well as product wear testing for attendees.
etnies has released a new edit from Willow to accompany his signature colorway of the etnies Marana Vulc. Check the “Winter Warrior” footage right now.
Phil Evans and Levi’s Skateboarding released the first film from the Lightbox series. Lightbox: Grey was shot by Phil on Super 8 during a Grey trip to Malmö last Autumn with animations by Mike O Shea. Featuring the skateboarding of Darius Trabalza, Jak Pietryga, Jeremy Jones, Joe Gavin, John Bell and Luka Pinto and an original soundtrack by Irish producer, Gibbo.
You can find our more about the Lightbox project here and check out The 3.5 Strategy, the accompanying article from Grey vol. 02 issue 07, here.
Jeff Grosso jumps back onto the soapbox in this 2nd episode of an all-new sixth season of Loveletters to Skateboarding. Listen in as he rants about the impending collapse of core skateboarding and more.
Last week, the International Association of Skateboard Companies (IASC) and the International Skateboarding Hall of Fame (ISHOF) joined more than 500 guests from the skateboard community to honor and induct six men and three women – Brian Logan (1960s), Henry Hester (1970s, Era One), Duane Peters (1970s, Era Two), Neil Blender (1980s, Era One), Chris Miller (1980s, Era Two), John Cardiel (1990s), Robin Logan (1970s), Cara-Beth Burnside (1980s), and Elissa Steamer (1990s). In addition, Icon Awards were presented to Steve Van Doren, James O’Mahoney and Tracker Trucks.
All proceeds from the event benefit the not-for-profit efforts of the Skateboarding Hall of Fame and the Go Skateboarding Foundation’s Just One Board initiative.
Created in 2009, The Skateboarding Hall of Fame recognizes and honors the history of skateboarding and those influential figures who have significantly shaped skateboarding and our culture throughout the years.