Luan Oliveira

Who’s Got Chicago?

Ever since Tampa Pro earlier this year, Nyjah and Luan have been battling it out at every stop. Luan took home his first-ever SLS win at Stop One: Los Angeles, and backed it up with a win at Stop Two: New Jersey. Nyjah has been hot on his heels the entire time and tomorrow it all comes to a head at the 2015 SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship.

Can Luan win the one that matters the most? Or will Nyjah reclaim his title? Find out tomorrow, October 4th. Watch live on FS1, FOX Sports Go, and

Street League: Stop #2 in New Jersey Today

SLS NJStop #2 of the 2015 Street League Tour takes place in Newark, New Jersey this afternoon. Tune in to watch all 25 SLS pros vie for the 8 cut towards the Super Crown Championship live tomorrow on Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports Go, and at 4:30pm ET.

Luan Takes SLS LA

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It all came down to the final moments of the first stop in Los Angeles. Luan Oliveira took home his first SLS Nike SB World Tour win, knocking Nyjah Huston out of the lead on the final trick, a switch frontside bigspin heelflip. Congratulations Luan! Also important to note, three SLS rookies Cody McEntire, Kelvon Hoefler and Evan Smith each stacked up valuable points in the qualifying rounds to make it to the finals. Read the full story at

Final Results
1. Luan Oliveira 34.2
2. Nyjah Huston 34.0
3. Chaz Ortiz 33.1
4. Cody McEntire 31.1
5. Chris Cole 30.3
6. Kelvin Hoefler 29.0
7. Ryan Decenzo 28.3
8. Evan Smith 21.5

Far ‘N High 2015 Results

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Street skating powerhouses Luan Oliveira and Leticia Bufoni took home the victories for Brazil at last weekend’s Far ‘N High competition in Paris.
Final Results
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

Best Trick
1. Egor Golubev
2. Adrien Bulard

Push: Trevor Colden

The Berrics has launched a new series called “PUSH” which goes back to the hometowns of today’s best skaters to learn out what drew them to skateboarding and tells the story of the people and experiences that got them to where they are today.

The first episode heads to Virgina Beach, VA with Trevor Colden and his friends. In the coming days, “PUSH” will feature stories from Ishod Wair, Leticia Bufoni, Luan Oliveira, Josh Matthews, Ben Raybourn, and Aaron Homoki. Look for a new episode Cody Cepeda this Thursday.

Luan Oliveira Wins Tampa Pro 2015

Luan Oliveira Tampa Pro 2015Tampa Pro Finals just wrapped up at the Skatepark of Tampa where it was truly a proud day for Brazil skateboarding, its nation of skaters, and its gifted professionals. As per several predictions, Luan Oliveira nailed a flawless and technical line of mastery in his third run that kept going well past the buzzer to take home the victory.

What’s more, fellow Brazilian shredders Kelvin Hoeffler and Felipe Gustavo definitively earned their places onto Street League’s 2014 World Tour with their sick runs in the finals as well. Drop by both the Skatepark of Tampa and Street League websites for more info and recaps on today’s action. Congrats Luan, Kelvin and Felipe!

Final Results
1. Luan Oliveira – $20,000
2. Nyjah Huston – $15,000
3. Kelvin Hoeffler – $10,000
4. Trevor Colden – $5,000
5. Chaz Ortiz – $4,000
6. Felipe Gustavo – $3,000
7. Shane O’Neill – $2,000
8. Youness Amrani – $1,750
9. Cody McEntire – $1,500
10. Chris Cole – $1,250
11. Ishod Wair – $1,000
12. Boo Johnson – $1,000

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