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Vermont Open “An event designed for snowboarders by snowboarders”

26 February 2014, 23.56 | Posted in Snowboard | No comments »

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Stratton Mountain and The Washed Up Cup bring you THE VERMONT OPEN, an event designed for snowboarders by snowboarders. There’s over $20,000 in prize money. For one weekend, snowboarders of all pedigrees come together to ride, compete, party and enjoy the snow. It’s a highlight of the season that’s not to be missed. This is truly open. The competition is open to all snowboarders and designed for amateurs, juniors, pros and snowboarding’s legends to compete in the same arena. Supporting the Ross Powers Foundation/Level Fund.
And be sure to stop by the SHUT booth!
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Collegiate Skate Tour-Astoria Park, NYC

23 November 2013, 23.03 | Posted in skateboard | No comments »

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Collegiate Skate Tour is a skate contest series for student skateboarders that provides incentive for them to pursue higher education AND keep skateboarding with their friends. The Skate Tour is meant to bring skaters together all over the country with a positive message. The event in Astoria Park was a great time for all and some of the best local rippers showed up. It was all going down at Astoria Park in Queens, NY on October 5th, 2013. Thanks to all the amazing sponsors: Tribe Skateboards, SHUT Skateboards, Belief NYC, 5Boro NYC, Ditch Skateboards, and NYSkateboarding.com. Also supporting were Skateboards.com, BuySkateShoes.com, LRG, Diamond Supply Co., Skull Candy, HB Super, Herschel Supply Co., Primitive Apparel, DVS Shoes, and Matix Clothing. DJ Jenius provided the tunes and contributed to the good vibes.
There was a lot of hyphy action happening at the event, but taking home the top prizes were:
Intermediate:
1. Brandon Johnson
2. Rene Searles
3. Justin Hunter

Advanced:
1. Matthew Cartledge
2. Humza Deas
3. Andrew Valencia

Big shout out to students that traveled from North Carolina, New Jersey, and Michigan!