The Inline - Roller Vertical World Open is an online inline and roller skate vertical skating edit competition where vert / transition skaters can submit a 100 second edit showing their skill, style and creativity skating vertical obstacles (Youtube Playlist with all the entries).
The 2021 event was livestreamed on Youtube on June 20 (PLAY) and hosted by champion skaters Cesar Mora, Fallon Heffernan and Matt Salerno.
1st place: Nicolas Mougin (Strasbourg, France)
Nicolas Mougin at the Cronenbourg skatepark (Strasbourg, France). Photo shared by Mathias Silhan.
My name is Cj Wellsmore, I am a 3x World Champion, professional inline skater from Australia. Since the pandemic, all blading competitions and my travels have come to a halt.
That was until I set off on my #DoTheThing Diaries (Down Under) tour and YouTube series (playlist on Youtube). Hitting all the iconic skate parks and mega ramps bringing skaters, mates and the community back together and loving everything I stumble across, whilst getting lost in a good way.
Two months in, my Straya AF van life YouTube series has collectively had over 70k views with new vlogs coming in hot every week. […] More infos and competition on Patreon.
Takeshi Yasutoko took his camera for a vert ride at the G Skatepark, home of the Yasutoko Brothers in Kobe (Japan).
Nicolas Mougin, veteran vert skater from Strasbourg (France), produced a 360 video with StrasTV.com and Origin Studio (Youtube Channel) featuring a run of himself on the Cronenbourg Vert, at the NL Contest 2017.
As usual with 360 videos, you can control the camera: click and drag the video with your mouse cursor, or tap/ swipe with your finger if you’re on mobile.
The Millionrock.com, Rock Festival in Japan (Kanazawa, June 3-4 2017) will feature Eito & Takeshi Yasutoko. Larger Picture on Imgur. Photo: Xshooterphoto (via Instagram).
Vert clips of Fabiola da Silva, skating at the Sao Bernardo do Campo (SBC) Park in Brazil, for a local Broadcast.
Takeshi Yasutoko @ NL Contest 2017 (Report in Japanese)
- Takeshi Yasutoko (1000 euros, $1120)
- Nicolas Mougin (300 euros, $336)
- John Doe (200 euros, $224)