Ladies and Gents, once again we are coming back with great news and the announcement of a new event of the Shred Da Ground Series this year in 2018. After two great events held in our French capital of Paris, this time we are going abroad for the first time and we’ll set sail to Amsterdam for this year’s next event on June 9!
2017 Official Edit by Cavin Brinkman (Results) Photo: Maxime Hillairaud.
We have been going with the Shred series for four years now, and after the success of our last event we have decided to export our contest to Amsterdam with the support of the local blading scene. It was time for us to visit other countries and push the adventure forward ; with “Shred Da Ground” media coverage already strong beyond the borders of France thanks to the participation of Eugen Enin 2016 and Sam Crofts in 2017.
Our shared love for blading keeps growing everyday, and as Paris’ last events gathered so much euphoria and excitement, our wish is to share such great times with bladers from all over Europe, for the love of the passion gathering us ; which, after all, builds the common grounds of our lifestyles. Amsterdam is a European capital that has already held prestigious street comps that didn’t go unnoticed, such as the infamous IMYTA or the “Real Street Contest” series; it is on to us now to keep those positive energies alive.
That is why this year again we are coming to ask for your support because all the riders, photographers and cameramen all deserve to be rewarded, because without them attending the events we wouldn’t be where we are now and because we need them to keep on living and sharing such great times.
Crowdfunding for the event |
Event on Facebook
- you can also send stuff at Tom Thieuleux’s house : 15 rue Saint Vincent de Paul, 75010 PARIS.
S3t Contest in Moscow (August 2017). Featuring: Eugen Enin, Vova Turkin, Kirill Galushko, Sergei Golovushkin, Anton Bobrovsky, Egor Loginov, Renat Gallyamov, Gosha Obydennikov, Serega Sotskov, Andrey Skvortsov & Kolya Belov. Shooting and editing Alexander Boytsov.
Camera: Panasonic g6 Kit. Music: Francois MAIGRET - Flowers Explosion, Francois MAIGRET - On The Road Again, Francois MAIGRET - Good Old Times.
- Eugen Enin
- Vova Turkin
- Kirill Galushko
Previously: Eugen Enin - Winner of the S3t Moscow 2017 - Edit by Alexander Boytsov.
Eugen Enin, winner of the S3t Moscow 2017 (August 19, Russia) - Edit by Alexander Boytsov.
Camera: Panasonic g6 Kit. Music: Bill Schultz - Give It Up - Rock.
More goodies on vk.com/s3tmoscow.
June 2-3, 2018: Pro Bowl Contest #9 - Marseille, France.
Pro Bowl Contest 2017 - Edit
The Legend Werner Schumann organized the biggest rollerblading contest in Linz Austria. Here are the Highlights of the contest. Filmed with Panasonic HVX200 & Lumix GH4.
Video Link Updated!
Stephanie Midhammar - 1st place, girls category at the Conceterror contest 2018 (Chile). Clips by Ojo de Congrio.
When trying to improvise an event in Brussels, one thing you can be sure of is that although 20 people will show up for the afterparty, no more than a couple of them will be on time for the actual session.
While not inherently bad in itself, this well documented fact tends to inflict more damage on our livers than the wheeled boots that brought us all together in the first place. And in case some had forgotten about it, the Home Contest 7th edition was simply a perfect reminder of it all. […]
Article (english + french) and Photos on Frenchyfries.fr.
After a six year long break, the Rollinz will finally be held again in the famous Lissfeld Skatehall in Linz. The contest, which is 100% funded by rollerbladers, is one if a kind. We made a crowdfunding page and side events, where people could donate to make the contest happen. It worked out just fine, and this generosity was a proof that our community is just the best in the world. Much love goes out to all the supporters! - Werner Schumann.
Event on Facebook.
Rollinz 2011 - Razors Edit by Simon Mulvaney
Razors European Team headed to Linz, Austria for the annual Rollinz competition. Featuring Chaz Sands, Stefan Horngacher and Mathias Silhan, this film by Simon Mulvaney shows the team as they warm up and compete in the contest. Additional footage by Roland Kluger. Music: El Toro by Bonodo. Visit Smulvaney.tv.
We’re thrilled to announce the first stop of the 2018 FISE World Series is Hiroshima, Japan!
All of the world’s best athletes in Rollerblading, BMX Freestyle, BMX Flatland, Break Dancing, Boulder Climbing, Parkour and Skateboarding will be there, looking to start the series with a strong performance. Who’ll come out on top?