Posts Tagged ‘first sunday session’

Chosen Few: First Sunday Session, October 2011

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Chosen Few: First Sunday Session, October 2011

It was a hot Sunday session trick wise and weather. A bunch of skaters came out as usual for the our annual first Sunday session in the 90 degree heat of Montebello California.

Skaters like Chosen Few pro rider Beat Schillmeier, Rachard Johnson, Coco Sanchez, Julian Bah, Jeremy Soderburg, Frankie Murcia, Joey Jaime and many others were out enjoying the session.

First Sunday November will take place November 6th from Noon till 4pm at Highland Skate Park.

Chosen Few: 1st Sunday Session, Santa Monica

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Chosen Few: 1st Sunday Session, Santa Monica

First Sunday session this month took place right after the Chosen Few Finals at Stoner Skate plaza in Santa Monica.

Skaters such as Dre Powell, Russell Day and Chris Calkins came and killed it and I can happily say I have witnessed a rough AO fish brain on a down ledge.

Chosen Few: First Sunday Session (August 2011) L.A.

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

Chosen Few

This month’s first Sunday session took place deep in Los Angeles in the infamous town of Compton. For whatever odd reason the gates were locked but it didn’t matter, almost everyone just hopped the fence and had a great session.

Everyone busted out in the “city of Compton!”. Skating by Tyler Hester, Anthony Williams, Jeremy Soderburg, Victor Arias, Franky Murcia and more.

Join us in September for the Chosen Few finals followed by our First Sunday Session at Stoner skate plaza.

First Sunday Session (July 2011 Paramount Skatepark): Edit by Daniel Scarano

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

first sunday session

First Sunday Sessions: More Media.

Chosen Few: First Sunday Session (June 2011)

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

quoting Quinn Feldman:

We had around 80 people at this First Sunday session. Some OG bladers came out for the session like Rachard Johnson and Gonzo as well as a lot of the current killers from Socal like Russell Day, Anthony Gallegos, Chris Calkins, Tim Franken, Daniel Rosado, Jeremy Soderburg, Steve Cortez and more.

We also had people roll up from Santa Barbara and San Diego. A lot of youngsters attended as well. It was an awesome session. I only filmed for a little while so we did not get everyone and sadly Rachard Johnson clips were lost which sucks. We’re sorry about that man. Still, we were able to put together a great little edit.

Filmed & Edited By Quinn Feldman.

First Sunday: Chosen Few Rules

  • Leave all beef at home
  • no hating
  • everyone skates together
  • everyone has fun!!!

First Sunday July 3rd takes place Noon till whenever at Paramount Skate Park.

Previously: Chosen Few: First Sundays 2011, May 7 Edit.

Robert Guerrero Clips? Smile for the rest of the day

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

Or am I the only one?

Robert Guerrero

quoting Lonnie Francisco Gallegos:

The Chosen Few dudes put together a session on the first Sunday of every month. This is a few clips from the one they put together in May just outside of downtown LA.

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Venice Beach Skatepark: First Sunday Session

Friday, March 18th, 2011

Venice Beach Skate Park

Every first Sunday of each month here in southern California we have a big session at one of the many skate park the area has to offer.

It’s just one day of each month where everyone in socal can come and meet up and skate together for a few hours. This month we did it at Venice Beach skate park. This skate park is notorious for being run by the “dog-towners” and if you’re there on the wrong day with a few friends there may be a chance you will get into a fight.

As stupid as that is, it is a reality sometimes at certain skate parks. So we decided to have one huge session there so we could wax and skate everything we wanted to. Turned out pretty good.

Next session is on April 3rd the day after the Rockillers Street comp. The session will take place at a skate park called Bell Gardens starting at Noon. Come out if your in the area. First Sunday sessions would not be possible without the help of it’s organizers: John Labez, Jeremy Soderburg and Quinn Feldman.