The 21st Annual Tampa Pro has begun and the live webcast exclusively through StreetLeague.com has kicked off with the Semi-Finals. The top 28 from yesterday’s Qualifiers along with any past winners of Tamp Pro will skate today where the top 10 will meet up with Golden Ticket winners Shane O’Neill and Ishod Wair in this afternoon’s Finals. And of course, don’t forget the live coverage of the customary Moat Race!
Again, visit the live webcast right now, and you will also find out which two finalists will become the two new SLS Pros heading into the 2015 SLS NikeSB World Tour. In addition, all respective dates and locations are to be announced as well.
While the dust hasn’t quite settled on the 2015 edition of Tampa Pro, there has definitely been some housekeeping done as the field was cut to 30 skaters moving to today’s Semi-Finals with Shane O’Neill and Ishod Wair holding Golden Tickets with first and second place respectively.
Street League has posted a full recap of the events from Saturday’s Qualifiers and a gallery of images from Mike Blabac at their site. Over at the SPoT website you can see the complete list of results from the Qualifiers and from the Independent Best Trick Contest.
The Moat Race kicks off the action today at Noon EST with the Semi-Finals beginning at 1 pm EST. The top 28 skaters from yesterday’s Qualifiers, joined by any previous Tampa Pro winners, will compete in two, one-minute runs – best counts. The top 10 advance to the Finals to meet Golden Ticket winners (Shane O’Neill & Ishod Wair) from Saturday for their share of the $75,000 purse. The webcast starts at 11 am EST at streetleague.com
Be sure to tune into the live webcast exclusively through StreetLeague.com beginning tomorrow at 11am ET/8am PST to watch the Qualifiers where top US and international professionals, SLS pros, SOTY alumni, rookies, and old vets battle for their chance to advance to Sunday’s Semi-Finals. It will be nothing but tough love for all who put in their time and pay their dues on the Skatepark of Tampa’s newly reconfigured street course. The Independent Trucks Best Trick contest follow immediately following the Quailifers.
Sunday’s Tampa Pro webcast begins at the same time (11am ET/8am PST) with Semi-Finals followed by the much anticipated 12-man Finals.
Again, visit the live webcast this weekend, and you will also find out which two finalists will become the two new SLS Pros heading into the 2015 SLS NikeSB World Tour. In addition, all respective dates and locations are to be announced as well.
With SPoT’s 21st Annual Tampa Pro contest less than three days away, everyone is on the edge of their seats waiting to see who or what will make history this year. Check out this edit that Street League put together of some epic moments from Pro years past, and don’t forget to watch the live webcast at Streetleague.com.
As was reported earlier this week, Street League and The Skatepark of Tampa have formed a new partnership. Transworld Business spoke to both Brian Atlas of Street League and Brian Schaefer from The Skatepark of Tampa to discuss what the merger means for each of the parties involved and for skateboarding as a whole. You can read the interview by clicking here.