It all came down to the last skater and the last run during this afternoon’s Tampa Pro finals for the winner to be determined. And Shane O’Neill did just that as he nailed down a commanding and powerful run to take home the win and his place on top of the podium. Congrats Shane! Drop by the Skatepark of Tampa and Street League sites for all event results, photos and highlights of Tampa Pro in the coming hours.
1. Shane O’Neill – Wins a 2016 SLS Super Crown World Championship golden ticket
2. Carlos Ribeiro – Wins a spot on the 2016 SLS Pro Tour
3. Tom Asta
4. Nyah Huston
5. Micky Papa – Wins a spot on the 2016 SLS Pro Tour
6. Ryan Decenzo
7. Luan Oliveira
8. David Loy
9. Cody McEntire
10. Karsten Kleppan
11. Max Kruglov
12. Evan Smith
The past twelve months have amassed a wide range of viable SOTY candidates that each delivered heavy doses of skateboarding all across the planet. The video parts, the tour clips, the covers and magazine coverage all count towards skateboarding’s most coveted award. The pros, top ams and others have voiced their choices for Thrasher Magazine’s 2015 Skate of The Year. Who’s got your vote? The official announcement comes soon!
Nike SB Berlin Open was the third and final event of the 2015 European Series 2015. Held at the Nike SB Shelter over this past weekend, the event will played host to some of the finest Pro and AM skaters from Europe and beyond.
The Ride Channel has condensed some of the madness into two clips highlighting the top three runs and Best Trick Event. Check out the full results by clicking here.
1. Aurelien Giraud 83.53
2. Kevin Baekkel 80.07
3. Carlos Ribeiro 79.44
4. Richard Tury 77.54
5. Maxim Habanec 76.82
6. Douwe Macare 76.55
Nike SB’s Go Skateboarding Day LA event went down at the famous West LA Courthouse, which was celebrating its one year anniversary of being made into a legal skate spot at last year’s GSD. A large crowd showed up to skate with the Nike SB team consisting of Eric Koston, Shane O’Neill, Blake Carpenter, Nick Boserio, Carlos Ribeiro, Sean Malto and more for the day and to see that they had added back into the fountain which was a ’90s feature of the courthouse before being filled in over a decade ago. Click here to see some images from the event.
Primitive Skateboarding has posted this six month recap of some clips that were posted on their Instagram account of Paul Rodriguez, Bastien Salabanzi, Nick Tucker, Carlos Ribeiro, and Brian Peacock. Watch this a few times and hit the streets!
Morgan Smith was the last man standing at BATB4 and he faces off against Carlos Ribeiro today to see who will advance through the BATB8 brackets. Keep tuned to the Berrics for all the action.