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Watch Battle 1 of the Queen of MACBA 2

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It’s Rooz Zwetsloot vs. Giovana Dias in the first Queen of MACBA 2 Battle.

Queen of Macba is a game of SKATE where anything in the plaza count (ledge, stairs etc…). It’s one attempt each until the word MACBA is spelled out. Spots must be alternated when in command, so you can’t pick the same spot two times in a row. The defence has 2 tries and 3 tries on the last letter. The picnic table must be used one time in the game.

Roos Zwetsloot won this battle. Watch out for more Queen of MACBA battles here.

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Rayssa Leal’s Top 5 Scores of SLS 2023

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Before the first stop of Street League Skateboarding this February, let’s look back to how Rayssa Leal managed to land her top 5 scores of 2023.

Rayssa kicked off the 2023 season with a win at the Chicago stop and finished with a Super Crown in São Paulo. It was her second Super Crown win.

She is surely someone to watch out for in the 2024 SLS Tour, which will commence on February 24 at the Adidas Arena in Paris.

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Japan Dominates WST-Street World Championships-Japan

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Japan dominated the World Skateboarding Tour Street Skateboarding World Championships at Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo on Sunday. Sora Shirai led a men’s podium sweep, and Yumeka Oda claimed her first women’s crown.

Completing the podium in the men’s division were Kairi Netsuke and Yuto Horigome for second and third place respectively.

During the eight-day championships, athletes competed to qualify for the Paris Olympics and earn important rankings points.

Shirai earned a total of 276.81 points, followed by Netsuke with 273.60 points and Horigome with 273.28 points. The final score was based on each competitor’s best two runs and two highest-scoring tricks out of five attempts.

In the women’s skateboarding competition, Oda emerged as the winner with a total score of 265.75 points. Her best trick section received an impressive score of 94.80. She finished 3.85 points ahead of the defending world champion, Rayssa Leal. Nishiya secured the third spot with a total score of 245.76.

Watch the full coverage of the WST-Street Skateboarding World Championships Japan below.

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Get Behind the Scenes of the Red Bull Bowl Rippers

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In September, Red Bull Bowl Rippers brought pro skateboarding action back to Marseille’s famous beachside Bowl Du Prado after a two-year hiatus.

As thousands of enthusiastic French spectators witnessed the action-packed event, Marc Churchill and Corbin Harris interviewed the participating skaters, as well as industry veterans such as Greg Poissonnier, Chris Gregson, and Bryce Kanights. They also spoke with the event organizer, Jeremie Grynblat, and local hero Vincent Matheron to understand what makes this unique proving ground so special and why people keep coming back to it for decades.

The first Bowl Rippers was held in 2016 at the iconic park to celebrate its 25th year. Now on its sixth edition, The Red Bull Bowl Rippers continued the Bowl Du Prado’s legacy of enshrining legends into a new era.

The Bowl Du Prado, designed by Jean-Pierre Collinet, has been visited by every great skateboarder to leave their mark on the sport. Along with famous names like Cardiel, Speyer, Trujillo, and Petersen, there are also local legends like Molinier, Benoliel, Salah, and the Matheron clan who have all contributed to the skatepark’s worldwide notoriety.

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