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Vans Park Series has announced that Shanghai, China will play host to the 2017 VPS World Championships for men and women. With its central mission to inspire youth and grow participation worldwide, the Vans Park Series is honored to bring elite park terrain competition and the creative culture of skateboarding to China on September 23rd in Asia’s first and only official VPS-certified temporary park terrain competition course design.
The next stop for the Vans Park Series on the road to Shanghai takes place at Kroksbäck Skatepark in Malmö, Sweden on May 26th with the inaugural Men’s and Women’s VPS Europa Continental Championships and May 27th with the third of five 2017 VPS Men’s Pro Tour qualifier events. The Kroksbäck Skatepark is the world’s first VPS-certified permanent park terrain competition course and was donated in 2016 by the Vans Park Series to the community of Malmö, Sweden on the occasion of the inaugural park terrain skateboarding VPS World Championships for leading the world with their progressive support of the city’s youth through public skateboard programming and initiatives. The VPS Continental Championships provide an open path for regional talent to compete alongside qualifying VPS Tour Pros in the World Championships and a chance to earn a spot on the 2018 VPS Pro Tour.
Additionally, in another historic first for global park terrain competition, Vans Park Series is proud to announce the crowning of park terrain skateboarding’s first-ever Men’s and Women’s VPS National Champions for Brazil, Colombia and Chile. The winners from these select South American VPS National Championships are seeded in the official VPS Americas Continental Championships in Huntington Beach, California.
To see the full list of 2017 results and remaining 2017 VPS World Tour events with information on how to enter or watch live, download the free Vans Park Series iOS app now or visit the Vans Park Series website.
What Youth visits Krooked’s newest pro Ronnie Sandoval in his hometown of San Pedro, California to talk about his childhood, bunking school to skate Channel Street, family, and more.
Head to Krooked’s site to see what’s coming down the pike for their Spring 2017 drop.
“Hey Mark, what should we do to surprise Ronnie with his boards?” … “Let’s go to an archery range, it’ll be fun!” With that, the plan was set. The Krooked Team, along with Ronnie Sandoval’s friends and family, met up at the local archery range to surprise Ronnie with his pro board. His face was priceless when he realized what was happening. “Those are your pro graphics!!!” The Gonz chimed in to make sure he knew what was happening. Congrats Ronnie!
The Ronnie Sandoval Surprise video is live on the Krooked site with photos by Gabe Morford.