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Technology and skateboarding have recently come together in the form of a new cell phone app. Pro skateboarder Garrett Hill and Maloof Money Cup tech wizard Jason Ossenmacher have created BlackBook. The program allows users to log their skate spots as a pin on a map with corresponding photos, videos, and a virtual to-do list of tricks. Never again will you forget that spot where you landed that one trick. Everyone from street skaters to filmers and photographers,..Read More →
Skateboarding history was made over the weekend when Elliot Sloan landed the first-ever tailgrab 900. He performed the extremely difficult maneuver, which involved spinning a 900-degree rotation while using one hand to reach back and grab the tail of his skateboard, on the mini-megaramp during the Maloof Money Cup in Kimberly, South Africa. Sloan not only won the best-trick competition, he became only the seventh skateboarder ever to land a 900 (check out the reaction of his peers in the..Read More →
Elliot Sloan landed the first-ever 900 tailgrab on a MiniMega ramp at the Maloof Money Cup in Kimberly, South Africa. In front of an wildly hyped crowd, who were getting to see the MiniMega Ramp for the first time in person, Sloan joined skateboarding's exclusive 900 club. He attempted the trick unsuccessfully several times during the jam session but finally landed the 900 before the buzzer sounded. Elliot Sloan First Ever 900 Tailgrab on Mini-Mega Ramp from Skatepark..Read More →
From out of nowhere amateur Ishod Wair claimed the Maloof Money Cup Skateboarding World Championships title and $100,000 cash in Kimberley, South Africa. Equally surprising was hometown favorite Tommy Fynn, born in Durban, South Africa, beating Ryan Decenzo in the semi finals for a shot at the title, but fell just short of Wair and claimed second place and $40,000. Wair earned his spot in the Maloof Money championships with his victory in the amateur event in D.C. back in..Read More →
The inaugural Maloof Money Cup Championships in Kimberely South Africa are upon us with the top skaters from NY and DC Money Cups competing for almost $500k and the Maloof Championship title.Heading into the event the competition is wide-open with a number of skaters having a legitimate shot at the title and a huge pay day. Like most skates competitions these days there's usually one or two guys you feel strong about winning, but with this years MMC's that's not the case. BUT..Read More →
The inaugural Maloof Money Cup Championships in Kimberely South Africa are upon us as the top skaters from NY and DC Money Cups competing for almost $500k and the Maloof Championship title. The street course where the contest will be hosted pays tribute to Kimberley's heritage, incorporating the famous Kimberley diamond into the course design. Designed by Joe Ciaglia of California Skateparks and Pro Skater and Vans Team Rider Geoff Rowley, the features for the course are based on..Read More →
Quiksilver Pro hits New York, AMA Outdoor races through PA, and the Maloof Money Cup heats up DC.Read More →
33-year-old Baker skateboards owner Andrew"the Boss" Reynolds claimed the win and $160,000 at the first-ever Maloof Money Cup D.C. He defeating local favorite Jack Curtin before battling Manny Santiago and finally, his long time friend, Ronnie Creager in the finals.Reynolds, the most beloved skater in the industry, beat out a very talented group of skaters to win the title and the solid chunk of change. It's hard to say with what Reynolds means to skateboarding that he came..Read More →
The first-ever Maloof Money Cup in Washington, D.C. is set for an exiting Labor Day weekend. On the line is a spot on the Maloof All Pros team, which was started by Joe Maloof this year to recognize the top skateboarders in the world, and send them to the Maloof Money Cup World Championships in Kimberley, South Africa at the end of September. The custom built street course is inspired by Freedom Plaza as well as the architecture up and down Pennsylvania Avenue. The DC skate park..Read More →
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