Torey Pudwill

Torey Pudwill checks in for part two of his day in the life this time alongside Carlos Zarazua. The guys start the day early warming up at a ledge spot Carlos has been scoping out before heading to a rail in front of an old store. The setup is kind of sketchy with iron bar windows hanging over the rail eventually clipping Carlos! Two sessions down time to grab a bite and head home!

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Follow Plan B Skateboarder Torey Pudwill during a typical day in the life skating in SoCal. Torey starts the day off at home looking for a good spot to kick off the day and then hits the road down to Irvine catching up with a few filmers, some of the Plan B team, and Ryan Decenzo. The guys session a handrail and ledge before moving on to a more difficult ledge and hefty gap. Stay tuned for part 2 of hanging with Torey next week!

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Skateboard fans have been anticipating the Plan B video ever since Danny Way and Colin McKay relaunched the company in 2005. That's eight years ago. It finally appears that the video will come out some time this year, and Plan B just released its fourth teaser featuring Pat Duffy and Torey Pudwill stacking clips at a southern California ditch. Hopefully the full-length video will come out before the teasers start pushing double digits.

Cole holds off Nyjah Huston, Luan Oliveira, and Paul Rodriguez for the title.
At age 31, Chris Cole is the oldest skateboarder competing in Street League. But the old dog had some new tricks at the Street League Super Crown world championships. In the final Street League event of the year, Cole skated flawlessly. His difficult tricks and fluid execution were no match for contenders like Huston, Oliveira, P-Rod, and Sean Malto. With the victory, Cole earned $200,000 and a blinged-out Nixon watch.

Public art and public skateparks are coming together in Seattle.
As part of Red Bull's new series Skate Space, pro skateboarder Torey Pudwill teamed up with the city of Seattle to create a permanent art sculpture that is fully skatable. This is more than a miniramp with some paintings on it. The goal of the project is to build something that is first and foremost a work of art. The fact that you can skate it is just a really awesome bonus. The first episode of the series shows Pudwill working with a team to select the artist who will design the piece, which will be located in Seattle's Jefferson Park.