Last week the Urban Sports Week Amsterdam offered non mainstream sports a platform to showcase themselves to spectators from all over the world. Inline skating took over the spine ramp and the park with riders from all over Europe.
On Saturday Danny Aldridge from the UK finished 1st at the Spineramp contest. Danny dominated with smooth lines, technical grind and massive flips.
On Sunday, which was literally a Sunny day, The crowd gathered in front of the Stedelijk Museum to watch the inline park finals. The skaters all went berserk and huge tricks were done during the competition.
The Bronze medal went to Dutch street and park talent Sem Croft, Silver is for Jeremy Suarez from Belgium and the winner, who went home with €1.000,- is Romain Godenaire from France.
Special shout out to Jaro Frijn from Amsterdam who represented hard AF. What a great week for urban sports and inline skating in particular. We can’t wait till next year, which will be bigger, faster and harder. - Sven Boekhorst.
More Media: Inline skating Highlights by Jeff Hofstede + Results.
And again, the Urban sports week in Amsterdam was a huge succes. The vibe was amazing, the riders were killing it, and there were beers flowing. This year some international and national riders were on top of the game, and destroying the whole park, think of guys as Roman Abrate, Jaro Frijn, Danny Aldridge, Romain Godenaire and more. PLAY.
Music: Peking Duk - Say my name.
- Danny Aldridge
- Romain Godenaire
- Roman Abrate
- Romain Godenaire
- Jeremy Suarez
- Sem Croft
BEST TRICK: Roman Abrate
All of the sudden summer arrived in Holland. that needed to be celebrated with a nice BBQ session at the famous Museumplein mini ramp. There were beers, dope tricks & alot of good people. - Jeff Hofstede (Pulse Mediahouse).
Featuring Erik Droogh, Pascal Tan, Bachir Benchagra, Poema Kitseroo, Laus Valk, Donny koster, Thijs Tel, Govert Van Der Klei, Ivo Vegter, Thom Hardeman, Joop Koops, Twan Theissling & more.
Music: Gorillaz - Andromeda.
Cameron Talbott visited Europe in February. Together with Cavin Brinkman from 035 he stacked his first full Rollerblade® video part. The 30-year-old shredder laced tricks left and right on his Solo Team skates. During some downtime from filming we were able to get in a quick Q&A time.
Interview & Photos on Rollerblade.com. Photo: Greg Mirzoyan.