Skate Daily was at Tampa Pro 2017 to catch all the action at the Converse Cons Concrete Jam & Jenkem Best Trick Contest, check out some of the highlights featuring Cody Lockwood, Tom Remillard, Jake Wooten, Eric Winkowski, Ishod Wair, Charlie Blair, Daniel Vargas, and Riley Stevens.
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.
Click the image of Chris Cole above to head to our facebook page to see the full photo album from day 2 of Tampa Pro.
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
One of skateboarding’s longest running shindigs and always a hell of a time, The 23rd annual Tampa Pro kicked off yesterday in Tampa, Florida. Alongside the Industry VIP contest, Friday welcomed some of the best in the biz for an all day practice session and was closed out with an open bar (things got real weird) and live performaces by Ray Barbee and The Drowning Clowns, Evan Smith’s band.
Get the Skatepark Of Tampa’s official scoop here on their site.
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All photos Mike Chinner / Skate Daily