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Posts tagged ‘tom remillard’

TWS | Tom Remillard: ‘Perpetual Motion’ Remix

14 February 2014, 14.35 | Posted in Skateboarding, videos | 1 comment »


Blair Alley just sent over this fire remix he did to Tom Remillard’s mind altering part in “Perpetual Motion” set to the perfectly appropriate sounds of Killer Mike. This is that shit!

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Dickies | Across the Pond with Tom and Vincent

13 August 2012, 17.26 | Posted in Skateboarding, videos | 1 comment »


Dickies Skate took tom Remillard and Vincent Alvarez to Europe recently to see if they could shred the shit out of Amsterdam and London. The answer was yes, and shred they did. Peep the action above.

dose | Converse City Carnage NYC

26 July 2012, 12.45 | Posted in Events, Skate Parks, Skateboarding, interviews, videos | 1 comment »


Converse blazed into NYC last weekend for the first ever “City Carnage,” a re-interpretation of their “Coastal Carnage” event series. Tim Brodhagen was there to catch Kenny Anderson, Rune Glifberg, Tom Remillard, Jason Jessee, Sammy Baca, Nick Trapasso, Eli Reed, Mike Anderson, Raymond Molinar and Julian Davidson enjoy the riverside radness of the bowl at Pier 62 skatepark.

Converse | Coastal Carnage

08 August 2011, 19.58 | Posted in Skateboarding, videos | No comments »


Here is the video from the final round of Converse’s Coastal Carnage. Tom Remillard crushed the bowl and took home first place with Pedros Barros and Curren Caples rounding out the top three.