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Here’s Your Shopping List – Zero and Thunder’s Fall ‘21 Catalogs Out Now



Thunder Trucks and Zero Skateboards know what’s on your wishlist, so they made it easy for you by putting it all in their Fall catalogs.

Thunder’s Foy-fronted Fall Drop 2 catalog features bright artwork on colorful trucks, plenty of apparel, stickers, and all the accessories you’d need.

The board collection in Zero’s Fall Delivery 5 boasts new graphics from Jamie Thomas, Chris Cole, Dane Brown, and plenty more. Top it off with their classic apparel and you’re good to go.

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Dew Tour 2022 Kicks Off with a Cash for Tricks Event



The night before the official Dew Tour games, Men’s and Women’s Street and Park participants came in for the Cash for Tricks event to kick off the Dew Tour at the Lauridsen Street and Park Course, Des Moines, Iowa.

The event featured a cash jam for Street and a cash jam for Park.

The cash jam for the Street featured three 12-minute open street jam sessions for each obstacle namely the tech deck ledge, air force gap, and mountain dew rails.

One male and one female for each category were awarded $500 each for Best Overall Impressions on top of the money they have won in the cash jams.

The Best Overall Impressions went to Rayssa Leal for women’s street and to Sky Brown for Women’s Park. Chris Joslin won the Best Overall Impressions for Men’s Street while Kieran Woolley won the Men’s Park.

The Dew Tour will feature Men’s and Women’s Street, Men’s and Women’s Park, Men’s Adaptive Street, Men’s Adaptive Park, Adaptive Skate Wheelchair exhibition, and Battle of the Shops.

Go here for the full schedule. Check out the Men’s and Women’s Street Final Start List below.

Women’s Street Final Start List

  • Georgia Martin- USA
  • Funa Nakayama- Jpn
  • Aori Nishimura-Jpn
  • Chloe Covell-Aus
  • Mariah Duran-USA
  • Momiji Nishiya – Jpn
  • Rayysa Leal – Bra
  • Pamela Rosa – Bra

Men’s Street Final Start List

  • Sean Malto -USA
  • Carlos Ribeiro -Bra
  • Felipe Gustavo- Bra
  • Jake Ilardi -USA
  • Chris Joslin – USA
  • Gustavo Ribeiro-Por
  • Kevin Hofler- Bra
  • Dashawn Jordan – USA
  • Jamie Foy – USA
  • Vincent Milou – Fra
  • Shane O’Neill -Aus
  • Yuto Horigome -Jpn

You can catch the Dew Tour events live via the following link: Watch the Dew Tour Webcast Live With Real-Time Scoring | Dew Tour or the Dew Tour official Youtube Channel.

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Guinness World Record Awards Leticia Bufoni Two Record Certificates



The Guinness World Records recently awarded Leticia Bufoni two titles -the most medals by a female in a Summer X Games discipline, and the most gold medal in Women’s Street.

The Brazilian-American skater has 12 X Games medals so far with six golds, three silvers, and three bronzes in a span of more than a decade. Five out of the six golds are for the Women’s Street discipline.

She first achieved her X Games medal in 2010 when she won silver in the Women’s Street event. She got her first gold in X Games Foz do Iguacu in 2013. Bufoni’s first appearance in the X Games was in 2007 when she was just 14 years old.

She was first awarded the title for most medals won in X Games summer disciplines (female) in June 2019 after receiving her 11th medal. She has also held the record for most Skateboard Street gold medals won at the X Games (female) together with Elissa Steamer since 2019. Her fifth gold in 2021 means that she is the sole title holder now.

She competed again in this year’s Summer X Games Women’s Street, the day after she received her Guinness certificate. This time, the gold medal went to the Tokyo Summer Olympics Street Skateboarding gold medalist Momiji Nishiya.

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Kieran Woolley Bags his First X Games Gold



Australian Kieran Woolley won in the Men’s Skateboard Park Competition in the last day of the Summer X Games 2022. The Monster Energy skater put down the highest-scoring run of the final in his third run securing his victory.

Kieran Woolley wins his first X Games gold medal. Photo by Bryce Kanights, courtesy of Monster Energy.

This is Woolley’s first gold in the X Games. He recently placed second in the X Games Chiba this year and won in the bowl contest in Copenhagen Open this summer.

Fifteen-year old Gavin Bottger finished second in this event, claiming his second silver in the X Games. This is only his third appearance in X Games, excluding his participation in the SKB Park Amateurs. He got his first silver as a rookie in X Games 2021 when he was 14 years old.

Luiz Francisco from Brazil placed third in the competition. In 2021, he represented his country in the Tokyo Olympics and finished at fourth place.

Kieran Woolley doing a backside ollie. Photo by Bryce Kanights, courtesy of Monster Energy.

Women’s Skateboard Street Results

Momiji Nishiya got her first X Games gold for the Women’s Skateboard Street event. She has previously won silver in the X Games Minneapolis Women’s Street event in 2019.

Nishiya is also a gold medalist in the Tokyo Olympics Women’s Street event. She is the youngest ever to win a gold medal for Japan and one of the youngest medalists in Olympics history.

Coming in at second place is 11-year-old Australian skater Chloe Covell. She was the youngest competitor in this Summer X Games. She also placed third in the X Games Chiba.

Yumeka Oda got the the bronze medal for the event. She recently placed second in the Street League Skateboarding Women’s Jacksonville leg.

Real Street Best Trick Results

Apart from the Mega Park discipline, this year’s Summer X Games introduced a new format for their video competition. This year’s Real Street Best Trick contest was an all-out, 30-minute jam session.

Ten athletes were invited to participate in the event. Each was given several attempts to land a technical hand rail trick in the iconic “Brooklyn” ten-stair rail in San Diego, California.

In the end, Yuto Horigome got the judges nod in the Real Street Best Trick contest with his nollie back 270 to noseslide. He also placed third in the X Games Men’s Street Category in the Day 4 of the Summer X Games 2022.

Jamie Foy landed in the second place while Monster Team rider Matt Berger placed third in the competition.

Watch the Real Street Best Trick competition below.

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