Capital Rollas proudly presents the LDN Street Jam 2018. These are some of the many highlights of the day in video form.
After a very successful first year, we’re back at the same dystopian setting of Woolwich Arsenal Pier in south-east London, with an even bigger turn out and bladers travelling from all over Europe to compete. Thanks to everyone who came - wether you skated, spectated, caught up with old friends or made new ones.
We had a sick time and hope you did too. Here’s to the next one. Event organized and run by Jamie Harris and Blake Bird. Filmed and edited by Tom Sharman. Second angles from Nick Bone and Louis Devereux.
Music: Morti Viventear - Raandaii-B’nk.
- Jo Zenk
- Andy Spary
- Leon Humphries
Best Trick: Sam Crofts.
Capital Rollas proudly presents the LDN Street Jam 2017. These are some of the many highlights of the day in video form.
Held at the dystopian setting of Woolwich Arsenal Pier in south east London - the weather was on our side, along with a brilliant turn out and great help throughout the day. Thanks to everyone who came - wether you skated, spectated, caught up with old friends or made new ones. We had a sick time and hope you did too. Here’s to the next one. - Tom Sharman.
Event organised by Jamie Harris and Blake Bird. Shot, cut and cover photo by Tom Sharman. Second angles by Ed Englis. Music: Skitz - Fingerprints of the Gods.
Previously: Capital Rollas, London Street Jam 2017 - Clips by Kenneth Owens.
Capital Rollas London Street Jam 2017 (september 16). “Couple tricks from spot 2 in London (UK). Thanks Jamie Harris and Blake Bird for having me as a judge”. - Kenneth Owens.
Results (Joint 1st place): Dan Collins, Dano Gorman and Aaron Turner. Special thanks to Blake Bird & Jamie Harris for organizing the event.
One of the many moments from the Capital Rollas Street Jam that took place on Saturday the 16th of September, situated hidden in the middle of a dystopian metropolis in South East London - Leon Humphries with a flawless Truespin Topside Soul down a makeshift box ledge.
Big thanks to JP Harris and Blake Bird for putting on such a sick event, with a great turn out of bladers to boot. - Tom Sharman.
Larger Picture on Imgur (via). Tom Sharman, videographer & editor joie de vivre. Moving image maker of sorts. Showreel: PLAY.