Tony Hawk

Highlights from the Pro and Masters divisions of the annual Vans Pool Party skate contest held in the legendary Combi Bowl at the Vans Skatepark in Orange, California. Skaters include Bucky Lasek (1st), Pedro Barros (2nd), Rune Glifberg (3rd), and legends and young bucks like Christian Hosoi, Tom Schaar, Steve Caballero and Jeff Grosso.

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Yes, St. Petersburg, Russia does have a skate scene.
Tony Hawk participated in this year's Gumball 3000 along with skaters Aaron "Jaws" Jamoki and Corbin Harris and BMX rider Mike Escamilla. The Gumball is a 3,000-mile road rally that draws all kinds of different vehicles and follows a different course each year. This year's Gumball went through Finland, Russia, Estonia, and Poland. From the looks of things, Hawk and his crew spent as much time on their boards as they did behind the wheel.

The Birdman's board shares space with the ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz.

The Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History recently welcomed a collection of skateboarding artifacts to its hallowed halls. Included in the group is the first skateboard that Tony Hawk ever rode, a Bahne model that had been passed down to him by his older brother. The board is still in working order and Hawk took a couple runs on it on a ramp built in front of the Smithsonian. Hawk's fellow Bones Brigade member Rodney Mullen also donated one of his boards. All of the artifacts were part of an exhibition called Innoskate that showcased inventions and innovations in skateboarding over the years.

Just in time for the warm weather, dose is back with the CCS x Radcollector Spring Gear Guide. Check out Tim Brodhagen's top ten picks from Vans, Volcom, 9FIVE, Krew, Altamont, RVCA and more and then hit up Network A on Facebook for a chance to win an Iconic 5 Panel hat from DGK. The CCS Spring catalog ships this week!

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New York City's best amateur skateboarders came out in full force for Transworld and WeSC's Come Up Tour at Coleman Park in the Lower East Side. Battling for a chance to get onto the pages of Transworld Skateboarding magazine and the potential pro career that can follow, the city's top undiscovered talent did not disappoint. Tim and the dose crew were there to bring you the day's best skating from winners Andrew Valencia (1st), Steven Farmer (2nd) and Tyshawn Jones (3rd), and appearances from pros Arto Saari, Dylan Rieder, Chris Pastras, Clint Peterson and Oscar Meza.

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17 years after he put down skateboarding's first 900 at X Games, The Birdman is back for one more go. Call it a car commercial. Say whatever you want. But the plain and simple fact is this: You will never be as gnarly as Tony Hawk. Not now. Not at 48. Not ever.