Under sunny Wellington sky's the worlds best Bowlriders came to battle at the second stop on the WCS World concrete tour.
Congrats to Josh Rodriquez and Steve Caballero for taking the top spots at the Vans Bowl a Rama Wellington '13.
For the first time in 3 years Pedro Barros and Pat Ngoho have been edged out at the Waitangi pool!
1. Josh Rodriquez 4800 AUD
2. Pedro Barros 2500
3. Alex Sorgente 2000
1. Steve Caballero 2000 AUD
2. Sergie Ventura 1600
3. Pat Ngoho 1400
Complete Results here...
Thanks to David Read @ Manual Mag for the pics!
Watch the live recorded action here...
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It was truely an amazing day of skating at he Hurley Australian Bowlriding Championships in Newcastle.
Congrats to all the skaters that came out to participate, have fun and share the love of skateboarding!
Men's Top 3
1. Alex Sorgente 3700 AUD
2. Josh Stafford 2500
3. Jack Fardell 1500
Master's Top 3
1. Pat Ngoho 2000 AUD
2. Adam Luxford 1500
3. Lester Kasai 1000
1. Keegan Palmer
2. Jakob Robinson
3. Luke Russell
1. Poppy Olsen
2. Jordyn Barratt
3. Sabre Norris
Complete Hurley ABC'13 results here...
Gallery here... Thanks to Dean Tirkot
A truly historic moment for Australia and the skate scene as Lizzie Armanto qualified for the finals for the first time ever in a PRO open division finals. She ripped it up and came in at 8th place, pulling the boys into line at the Hurley Australian Bowl-riding Championships.
Congrats to Pedro Barros for taking the top spot at the Maresia Vert Jam in Rio de Janeiro this past weekend. Pedro is not only the one of the best bowl skaters in the world, but he is also proving that he is a force on the flat vert wall as well...
Men's Top 5
1. Pedro Barros 12,500 BRL
2. Romy Gomes 9,500
3. Mitchie Brusco 7,500
4. Bob Burnquist 5,500
5. Jono Schwan 4,500
1. Karen Jones
2. Renata Pachinni
3. Boa Sodre
Red Bull Slick Trick
Andy Macdonald - Kick flip 540 Melon grab
Complete results here...
Congrats to Lizzie Armanto for taking the #1 ranking in the 2012 Ladies PRO Bowl series!
Lizzie received her fine trophy this past weekend during the Girls Combi Classic in Orange, CA.
Ladies like Lizzie are taking concrete bowl skating to the next level.
Look for her to be ripping in 2013!
Click here for more about Lizzie
Photo courtesy of Don Brown
If you didn't make it to the Vans skate park today to watch the Girls Combi Classic '13. Well, then you missed out for sure! Some serious ripping went down today. The progression of the girls on the concrete is pretty amazing. There's a big bag of talent out there. Congrats to all the girls that skated today!
1. Arianna Carmona
2. Poppy Starr
3. Jordyn Barratt
1. Nora Vasconcellos
2. Lizzie Armanto
3. Julz Lynn
1. Karen Jonz
2. Katherine Folsom
3. Jean Rusen
Complete GCPC'13 results here...
GCPC'13 Gallery here... Thanks to Dan Sparagna
The law. It was etched in concrete. It spells out VANS in big red letters. Let there be no confusion out there. VANS has been supporting the skateboard world since the very beginning and they stepped it up again this year for the Girls Combi Pool Classic. The law was in effect. Dave Duncan and World Cup Skateboarding ran a tight show. Duncan issued the mandate: Skateboarding. Steve Caballero, Sasha Steinhorst and Christian Hosoi judged and interpreted the law. I looked around and saw quite a bit of pink colored clothing and griptape. The Buzzcocks echoed through the building. Banners called out from everywhere. Vitamin Water, Vans, Hoopla, Movie Tickets.Com, Independent, Nixon, Powell Peralta, Silly Girl and Poseidon were among the sponsors that believe –as I do — that girls have a place in skateboarding. They put their money where their mouth is. Lisa Whitaker of the Girls Skate Network was on hand to film everything. Cara Beth Burnside was on the deck, providing encouragement and OG status. Familiar faces. Familiar stoke.