Posts Tagged ‘richard taylor trophy’

Richard Taylor Memorial 2016: On6Side Edit

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Richard Taylor Memorial 2016: On6Side Edit

“It’s all good” (UK, 2016) by Mark Worner

Monday, August 15th, 2016

Some of the highlights down at the Knapp skatepark in Barry Wales celebrating the one and only Richard Taylor.

Richard Taylor Trophy 2015 by Mark Worner

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

Richard Taylor: July 6, 1981 – August 7, 2004. RIP

Richard Taylor Trophy 2015 by Mark Worner

Eleventh anniversary of the Richard Taylor Trophy at the Knapp skatepark in Wales (UK). It’s All Good.

Results

  1. Joe Atkinson
  2. Niko Salaman
  3. Rhys Hather

Best Trick: Matt Woods.

Richard Taylor Trophy 2014 (UK): Edit by Mark Worner

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

This year’s Richard Taylor Trophy held at Spit and Sawdust in Cardiff.

Richard Taylor Trophy 2014: Edit by Mark Worner

16- Results

  1. Jordan Ward
  2. Tom Bellamy
  3. Joe Hughes

Open

  1. Tesharn Febz
  2. Andrew Speed
  3. Barney

Them wot can

  1. Blake Bird
  2. Jake Ricketts
  3. Sam Davis

Richard Taylor Trophy 2014 – 10 years anniversary.
Photos & report on Urbanlines.net.

Richard Taylor Trophy 2014: Results

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Under 16

  1. Jordan Ward
  2. Tom Bellamy
  3. Joe Hughes

Open

  1. Tesharn Febz
  2. Andrew Speed
  3. Barney

Them wot can

  1. Blake Bird
  2. Jake Ricketts
  3. Sam Davis

Richard Taylor Trophy 2014 – 10 years anniversary.
Photos & report on Urbanlines.net.

Richard Taylor Trophy 2013 by Ned Espeut-Nickless

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

Richard Taylor Trophy 2013

Richard Taylor: July 6, 1981 – August 7, 2004. RIP
Previously: Richard Taylor Trophy 2012 by Ned Espeut-Nickless.

Richard Taylor Trophy 2012 by Ned Espeut-Nickless

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Richard Taylor Trophy 2012

An event put on by Rob Taylor and Stephen Riddick at the Knapp skatepark in Barry, South Wales.

Was a beautiful day the sun was shining, good music, good vibes, lots of smiles and alot big tricks went down.

Wes Thomas tearing it up and taking first with a huge Flatspin 540 on the spine, Si Coburn going big on just about everything took second and Aaron Turner killing it all day took third with a insanely big disaster 360 soul on the square box.

Filmed and Edited by Ned Espeut-Nickless.

Thanks k.r.u (forums).