Did you know Volcom had a full-length skate video in the works? Neither did we, but judging by Holy Stokes! first trailer—featuring everyone from vets like Dustin Dollin to new jacks like Daan van der Linden—it's going to be a titan of skateboarding and cinematography. Commence drooling in three, two, one...
Peculiar things happen in the garden of the skateboard world champion Pedro Barros. Check out the short film produced during the Red Bull Skate Generation 2013.
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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It's Miller Time at the annual 2013 Vans Pool Party contest hosted by the Vans Skatepark in Orange, CA. Michaela Eichenbaum catches up with Masters winner Chris Miller as he reveals a few of his favorite skaters including Pedro Barros, Rune Glifberg and his son, and fellow pro skater, Zach. Chris and some of the world's best pool skaters gathered at the legendary Combi Bowl for a chance to win $115,000 in cash prizes in front of a rowdy, yet knowledgeable, So Cal crowd. Seven-time Masters winner Miller rebounded from a poor showing at the 2012 event to top Steve Caballero in 2nd and Christian Hosoi in 3rd.
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The next generation of bowl rippers took over the Van Doren Invitational at the 2013 Vans US Open.
Renowned street artist Mike Giant painted a mural in a section of the bowl at the Van Doren Invitational, part of which read, "Vert Never Died." The skating of young riders Greyson Fletcher, Raven Tershy, and Ben Hatchell at the Van Doren Invitational, which was part of the US Open of Surfing, proved that vert is alive and better than ever. Fletcher, Tershy, and Hatchell were among the new generation of transition skaters who threw down in a big way at the contest. Fletcher, the son of aerial surf pioneer Christian Fletcher and the grandson of tow-in surf pioneer Herbie Fletcher, created his own piece of family history. Fletcher flew around like the bowl like he was possessed and finished in second place behind Hatchell. Tershy finished third.