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Louie Lopez nailed the win at Tampa Pro and took home $20,000 yesterday. He also earned a spot in the 2017 SLS Super Crown. Head over to SPoTTampa.com for more photos, video clips and complete results from the weekend.
1. Louie Lopez
2. Luan Oliveira
3. Kelvin Hoefler
Yesterday’s Street League Super Crown Championships in Los Angeles delivered a heap of action where scores of 9s repeatedly punched their way throughout the evening. Lacey Baker took home top honors for the ladies and Shane O’Neill commanded the win for the guys. Drop by the Street League site for the recaps, photos and more.
1. Shane O’Neill – 36.4
2. Nyjah Huston – 34.6
3. Cody McEntire – 34.4
4. Luan Oliveira – 33.5
5. Paul Rodriguez – 31.9
6. Tom Asta – 31.4
7. Chris Joslin – 27.7
8. Ryan Decenzo – 19.1
1. Lacey Baker – 27.2
2. Leticia Bufoni – 26.3
3. Alexis Sablone – 24.6
4. Mariah Duran – 21.1
5. Aori Nishimura – 18.6
6. Alana Smith – 18.4
7. Pamela Rosa – 15.3
8. Monica Torres – 6.5
Seven Street League skaters (Shane O’Neill, Paul Rodriguez, Nyah Huston, Luan Oliveira, Ryan Decenzo, Tom Asta, and Cody McEntire) have each clinched spots in the upcoming 2016 SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship. This leaves only one spot in the top eight to be decided today in Newark, NJ.
SLS Pick Chris Joslin sits on the bubble for Super Crown qualification, but he’ll need to skate strong and remain consistent because he’s up against a handful of SLS veterans. Ishod Wair, Chris Cole, Sean Malto, and David Gonzalez are a few of the heavy hitters that are able to snag this eighth spot.
Keep in mind that there’s a handful of skaters that can take the top spot with a first place finish, earning them a Golden Ticket straight into the 2016 SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship.
Tune into Street League’s webcast live and direct from Newark, New Jersey today to witness the action. The Prelim heats kick off at 1:25pm EST on streetleague.com, followed by the Final at 5:00pm live on Fox Sports1 (US) and streetleague.com (International).
Local SLS Broadcast Times
New York 1:25pm ET
Los Angeles 10:25am PST
Mexico City 12:25pm CDT
Sau Paulo 2:25pm BRT
Barcelona 7:25pm CEST
Moscow 8:25pm MSK
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
Amongst the sold out crowd and his peers and competitors – Nyjah Huston, Paul Rodriguez, Cody McEntire, Ryan Decenzo, SLS Pick Chris Joslin, Luan Oliveira and Chaz Ortiz – Shane O’Neill racked up the most points in the 8-man Final of the 2016 SLS Nike SB Pro Open in Barcelona, Spain yesterday to bring home $20,000.
And with his win, Shane has earned the Golden Ticket to this year’s SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship, his second of the year after winning Tampa Pro in March of this year. Keeping his momentum going after the contest, he took home an additional $5,000 at Diamond Supply Co.’s Best Trick event with a backside bigspin fakie 5-0 fakie flip out for the win. Congrats Shane!
Drop by the Street League site for all news, photos and recaps from Barcelona and information on the remaining stops of the 2016 SLS Nike SB World Tour.
SLS Nike SB Pro Open Results
1. Shane O’Neill – 34.8
2. Nyjah Huston – 32.8
3. Cody McEntire – 31.8
4. Paul Rodriguez – 31.0
5. Luan Oliveira – 29.9
6. Ryan Decenzo – 28.9
7. Chaz Ortiz – 28.4
8. Chris Joslin – 22.2