Day 2 of Tampa Pro 2017 went off with the Pro Street Qualifiers; seeing ripping from Matt Berger, Chris Cole, Torey Pudwill, Ishod Wair, Nyjah Huston and more. Brazillian pop master Tiago Lemos and Aussie ripper Tommy Fynn put it down all day, qualifying first and second respectively, sending them directly to the finals the following day.
The Converse CONS Concrete Jam followed and carnage was brought forth from Charlie Blair, Cody Lockwood, Tom Remillard and more. After the concrete jam, Jenkem hosted a Best Trick Jam on their plexi glass party shack extension obstacle, complete with strobe lights, a fog machine, and ladies shaking their rear ends. It was a spectacle, alright. Cody Lockwood came through with a noseblunt both frontside and backside on the extension, earning himself a win in both the Jenkem Best Trick Contest AND the Converse Concrete Jam. Yeah, Cody! Stay tuned for a full video recap from the concrete jam.
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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
The Hazard County Skatepark once again played host to Damn Am Atlanta on Saturday for the first stop of the Damn Am series and Floridian ripper Jereme Knibbs held it down to take home first place. Roll the clip to see how he made it happen and drop by the Skatepark of Tampa site for more info and results.
1. Jereme Knibbs
2. Niko Howard
3. Eli Williams
4. Clint Beswick
5. Jake Wooten
6. Kadian Maxwell
Independent Truck Co Best Trick
1. Fletcher Renegar – Switch Fs Blunt Bigspin Out
In 2015, the Tampa Pro contest became an official stop on the Street League Skateboarding Pro tour. As a game changer for both trademarks of the skate culture, the union brought some interesting point of views. VICE Sports was there to capture this pivotal moment in skateboard history and heard from Brian Schaefer, Brian Atlas, Chris Cole, and many others about what it really meant for the two skate giants to finally come together.
The 22nd Annual Tampa Pro events have begun this week with last night’s 6th annual gathering for the Old Man Bowl Jam at the Skatepark of Tampa. The madness continues this weekend and if you’re not out there doing some shredding own your own, be sure to tune into the live webcast at www.streetleague.com at 12pm ET/ 9am PST on Saturday and Sunday. Complete details and Tampa Pro schedule right here.
6th Annual SPoT Old Man Bowl Jam Results
1. Levi Combs
2. Steven Rosa
3. Brandon Knowles
4. Jimmy “The Greek” Marcus
5. John Whiteman
6. Allen Russell
Street League is in the final weeks of harnessing the power of technology to find the Trick of the Year for 2015. It can be anybody’s trick, by anyone, Pro or Joe. All you need is an Instagram account and you can compete against Nyjah, Luan, and the rest of the SLS Pros. You’ve still got time to get into the mix!