Dew Tour Long Beach 2017
AM BOWL FINAL RESULTS
The Am Bowl contest wrapped up this morning at Dew Tour Long Beach 2017, and Australia’s very own Keegan Palmer came out on top! Podium Skate qualifiers Tate Carew came in 2nd and Oside local Gavin Bottger 3rd. Congrats to all the Am Bowl competitors on making the final list and we look forward to see you at next years Dew Tour Am Bowl comp!
TEAM CHALLENGE FINALS
For the second year in a row TJ Rogers, Trey Wood, Micky Papa, and Yuto Horigome took home the Dew Tour 2017 Team Challenge! Check out this quick video from Dew Tour on how Blind Skateboards took first place in the Transworld Skateboarding Team Challenge.
Team Challenge Final Results
3.) Santa Cruz
AM STREET FINAL RESULTS
The top 12 ams from all over the world competed this morning at the Dew Tour Amateur Street Contest in Long Beach California. In the end Tyson Bowerbank ended up on the top of the Podium with a first place finish. Santa Cruz skateboard rider Maurio McCoy took home second and Jack Olson third. Both Tyson and Maurio qualified through the first ever Podium Skate qualifier for this years Dew Tour contest.
PRO BOWL FINAL RESULTS
San Diego’s own Cory Juneau took first place in this years Dew Tour Pro Bowl Comp. Second place went to the always stylish Heimana Reynolds from Hawaii and Clay Kreiner took home third. One other finalist Chris Russell also came up, winning the Zumiez Destroyer award—$500 and a custom Sawzall.
PRO STREET 2017
Some of the best skateboarders in the world went head to head at the Dew Tour finals today in Long Beach, California. Hitting all the three course during the semifinal the 12 semifinalists were narrowed down to the top 6.
The final course is a modified version of the gaps course, with custom ramps, rails, and features from Stanley tools all built by our friends at CA Rampworks. The top 6 battled it out in a final 8 minute heat and Kelvin Hoefler ended up throwing it down with cab back tail to take home first place. Nyjah Huston with amazing consistency and technical hammers took home second. Japan’s silent killer Yuto Horigame took home third with an amazing bag of tricks.