Congrats to Nyjah Huston who won his second Red Bull Hart Lines event in a row! Ending off already mind-blowing runs with gap to noseblunt and kickflip gap to front board down the rail definitely didn’t hurt Nyjah’s score. Trailing behind Nyjah were Alec Majerus and Kelvin Hoefler respectively, who also blew minds during their runs.
We’ll have a full post in our Focal Point column with additional photos from the event soon, but for now, check out the results:
- Final Results
- 1. Nyjah Huston
- 2. Alec Majerus
- 3. Kelvin Hoefler
- 4. Ryan Decenzo
- 5. Chase Webb
- 6. Ryan Sheckler
- 7. Tommy Fynn
- 8. Felipe Gustavo
- 9. Axel Cruysberghs
- 10. Paul Hart
The 2016 Dew Tour presented by Mountain Dew and TEN:The Enthusiast Network took place in Long Beach, California over the weekend with a new twist to skateboarding competition. On Saturday Ryan Sheckler nailed down the most points on four separate skate sections – Tech, Bowl, Rails and Gaps to claim his 15th Dew Tour win during the individual competition. The action continued on Sunday with many of the best skateboarders competing in an all-new Team Challenge which included the same four separate skate zones. In the end, the Blind Skateboards team made up of: TJ Rogers, Micky Papa, Cody McEntire and Trey Wood came out on top with the most points.
In all, nine teams competed which also included heavy hitters from Flip, Plan B, Element, Real, Birdhouse, Toy Machine, Baker and enjoi.
Catch up on all of the action from the weekend at dewtour.com, and tune into the televised broadcast on NBC from 5-6pm EST on July 30th and at 2-4pm EST on July 31st.
Individual Pro Competition
1. Ryan Sheckler (USA) – 364.33
2. Louie Lopez (USA) – 356.98
3. Ryan Decenzo (CAN) – 344.66
4. Cody McEntire (USA) – 323.65
5. Sean Malto (USA) – 321.32
6. Carlos Ribiero (BRA) – 313.00
1. Blind Skateboards – 369.32
Cody McEntire (USA) – Gaps 90.33
TJ Rogers (CAN) – Tech 90.33
Micky Papa (CAN) – Rails 95.66
Trey Wood (USA) – Bowl 93.00
2. Flip Skateboards – 359.66
Louie Lopez (USA) – Gaps 92.00
Luan Oliveira (BRA) – Tech 81.33
Alec Majerus (USA) – Rails 93.00
Curren Caples (USA) – Bowl 93.33
3. Plan B Skateboards – 358.99
Chris Joslin (USA) – Gaps 94.00
Scott Decenzo (CAN) – Tech 89.66
Jagger Eaton (USA) – Rails 92.33
Ryan Sheckler (USA) – Bowl 93.33
Watch Volcom riders Collin Provost, Axel Cruysberghs, Jackson Pilz, Harry Lintell, CJ Collins, Alec Majerus, Daan Van Der Linden, and Dane Burman take over the Active park.
Real Street, the X Games all-street skateboarding video contest, is back for 2016. The Fan Favorite vote is a one-round, winner-take-all cage match. Watch the videos at The Real Street mini site and vote for your pick to win. Voting ends on Sunday, May 15th, at 11:59pm PST.
The behind-the-scenes stories on the making of this contest will broadcast in 60-minute “World of X Games” show on ABC, Saturday, May 14th at 2:30pm ET, and again on Sunday, May 15th at 10pm ET on ESPN2. Winners of the judge-awarded X Games gold, silver and bronze medals will be announced on the ABC broadcast. The Fan Favorite will be announced on XGames.com on Monday, May 16th.
Please note: Only one vote per day, per browser will be counted. Cheating on behalf of your favorite skater will result in disqualification, so play nice.
The Volcom skateboarding crew has traveled the world to find spots, film tricks and search for stoke over the past year. Premiering in May and available worldwide June 7th, 2016, Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening looks to be one of the most epic skateboarding films of the summer.
The lineup for X Games’ Real Street series has been announced for 2016. The eight selected rippers in the mix this year are: Daewon Song, Torey Pudwill, Chris Joslin, Ryan Decenzo, Zack Wallin, Chaz Ortiz, Alec Majerus and Tom Asta. Their videos drop May 4th followed by the one-hour “World of X Games” show on Saturday, May 14 on ABC.