Posts Tagged ‘young skaters’
Been filming with Brandon Nguyen for a few months, he is 16 years old from Cleveland, Ohio.
Every time we skate he throws down, he has a ridiculous trick vocabulary and mad steez. A LOT more to come from this kid in the near future so remember the name. – Joshua Aaron.
Previously: 1 Minute with Brandon Nguyen by Mike Gags (2011).
Previously: Alex Cebrian (Remz Flow Team, Spain), Edit.
March 2012 Repost.
August van der Velden (14): 2012 Street Edit by Michael Zargari
Filmed by Michael Zargari, Thijs Tel & friends.
This 14 year old from Schiedam in The Netherlands is already rocking the competitions in Holland, and is determined to go far!
Dominic Bruce (14): DIY Ledge, Clips by David Andrew
Song: Keith Kessler – Don’t Crowd Me.
Filmed by Martim B. Teixeira and Ricardo Lino.
Previously: Rodrigo Teixera (14, Portugal) – Razors Flow Edit.
“Our young padawan grows up. Be prepared for more.” – Eugen Enin.
Filmed by Dennis Baethke, Pat Schmidt, Patrick Smith & Vlad Litvak ; edited by Vlad Litvak.
Song: Oh my God – Ida Maria.
14 Year old Levi van Rijn is one of the young upcoming skaters from the Netherlands, based in the small city of Katwijk.
He is starting to make a name for himself in the Dutch scene, and skated his first international competition earlier this month at Shred Cologne, Germany.
We’ve been filming over the span of the late summer, resulting in his first street profile. Keep your eyes on him. – Thijs Tel.
Secondary Cameras: Jack van der Plas, Rik van Huik, Koen van Rijn.
Song: The Who – My Generation (Original Mono). Thanks Survivor (forums).
Previously: Razors Uk, Young Blood Team.
- Jack Mckell 15 years old from Dumbarton Scotland (video entry).
- Brandon Young 12 years old from Chester (video entry).
- Matty Lavelle 15 years old from Liverpool (video entry).
Video of the prize ceremony by Andy Mills
This year Razors UK looked to develop the younger generation of our future more than ever. With this in mind UK rider Scott Quinn organised the Young Blood competition.
This gave young guys 15 and under the chance to show what they could do. The response was immense and the standard of UK skating at under 15 is unbelievable.