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Between the Mind the Gap shows we found some time to go to a nice outdoor skatepark in Zurich which was close to the event.
Event photographer Dominic Swagemakers found some time to put his skates on this sunny session together with Jan Hoogtijeling, Dick Heerkens, oldschool Rollerblade rider Dihn Thai and myself. Later that day we did our last Mind the Gap show with some crazy spins from Swiss rider Maxime Genoud.
A video recap of six years Mind the Gap. Showcasing the first MTG contest in Rotterdam and all the other stops, including the international stops in Switzerland, France and Poland.
Mind the Gap inspired and entertained more than 160.000 people during events and shows. Edit by Jeroen Wullems.
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Hosted at the Beats and Roots festival in Den Bosch with 3.500 visitors the atmosphere was great and the weather excellent.
This time Swiss skater, Maxime Genoud showed he was the best and won € 555,- Maxime impressed the judges with smooth spins en grinds. In the finals he killed it with a flatspin 900 over de gap. Maxime’s the only skater now to pull a trick like this.
Talented French skater Taylor Latouche got 2nd with a bombing fakie backflip over the gap and a smooth 540 spin to grind on the MTG rails.
Mind the Gap 2012 Winners
- 1st stop (Rennes, France): Romain Godenaire (France).
- 2nd stop (Eindhoven, the Netherlands): Nick Lomax (UK).
- 3rd stop (Den Bosch, the Netherlands): Maxime Genoud (CH).
The second stop of Mind the Gap Eindhoven was a successful edition. It was a sunny day in the city centre with a nice crowd.
After 3 rounds the English skater Nick Lomax showed he was the best and won € 555,-. He impressed the judges with his technical grinds on the MTG rails. Nick did tricks nobody was able to do since 2007 with ease.
Belgium Powerhouse Jeremy Kelser was killing it with a lot speed and good tricks. Scottish rider Chaz Sands got 3rd.
- Nick Lomax
- Jeremy Kesler
- Chaz Sands
The Mind the Gap skate contest, organized by former world champion Sven Boekhorst is back this year.
The first stop of the Mind the Gap tour took place two weeks ago in Rennes, France during the famous and international speed skating event called Rennes sur Roulettes.
French skater Romain Godenaire took the first place and skated away € 555,-. Swiss skater Maxime Genaud took second place.
Taylor Latouche from Paris got 3rd. He tried the most insane trick ever during the Mind the Contest: a Double backflip 180.
If he landed this trick he would probably took 1st place. Unfortunately he took a nasty slam. Note: The slam looks very bad, but Taylor is fine and has no injury.