The third in a growing series of real street competitions held by pro skater Jon Julio. This time we find ourselves in Escondido for an out battle among the top street pros during the ASR weekend.
The coverage takes you behinds the scenes and captures exclusive industry leader interviews right alongside the competitors. Josh Petty makes history at his old stomping grounds while picking up a cool 2000 dollars. You will not find better coverage of what happened that glorious day in Esco.
Professional and Amateur skaters from across the United States, Canada and Europe gathered for this contest that featured some of the most intense skating you will ever see.
Witness unbelievable first-hand camera angles and behind-the-scenes footage like only the IMYTA crew can provide. The IMYTA was the first, and is the preeminent real street contest born from real street rollerblading.
History in the making! Chris Haffey stuns the IMYTA 2002 Hotlanta and Motorcity crowds leaving the true question: Can he complete the Hat Trick? There is no finer moment when a skater is at the top of his game.
Issue 5 of the IMYTA video series documents another unbelievable moment in rolling history. See what it is like to be “behind the scenes” with your favourite skaters via a hidden mic and watch the craziness firsthand. The slam section is a must see.
Here’s all the footage we managed to capture during the two days of crazy skating that went down in Amsterdam that week end. I thought this piece of rollerblading history should be online for everybody to see. Bring back the Imyta! Enjoy. – Jeremy Dalbis.
This is history in the making! Say what you want, but the I Match Your Trick Association is breaking the mold of how to have a street competition. Let the crowd decide the winner, there are no rules, and whatever happens happens.
“Time is money” is something that will be defined down to the very last trick. This Special edition will be a priceless addition to your video shelf. The memories and moments are all caught on film for a rare time capsule. The first competition nut was cracked at the infamous Embarcadero during the 2000 X Games.
Eric Schrijn melted into a sea of onlookers at the bottom of the Hyatt rail. Magic Struck in Bercy, France as a capacity crowd cheered Shima onto the champagne alley with his superhuman ending trick. Detroit Rock City was all about Rob Guererro crushing his way through to the crown.
Finally Josh Petty takes advantage of a little hometown turn in Esco for a grand finale and emotional win. This part would not be complete without a full circle end all IMYTA – The Final Four. This one was held right in Jon Julio’s backyard of San Jose, California.
The Interview took place one day after the 2011Winterclash. Dre Powell talks about Imyta‘s , the Winterclash and blading back in the day. Dre is one of the realest bladers ‘Out There’ if you know what I mean. Interview conducted on Feb 13, 2011.