Street League Tour Ends In Las Vegas

Shane O'Neill

Shane O’Neill took first at the Las Vegas Street League stop.

At the final stop of Rob Dyrdek’s Street League Skateboarding tour in Las Vegas, Nevada, Shane O’Neill took first place with 146 points over first place qualifier Chris Cole. Cole, who dominated qualifiers at the Arizona tour as well, came in second with 143.8 points at the Las Vegas finals after falling on his last trick. Nyjah Huston came in third with 123.2 points.

O’Neill walked away with $160,000 after receiving two best trick bonuses worth $5,000 each, as well as the first place prize.

Overall tour winnings went to Huston, with 515 points. He was awarded the championship trophy and the $100,000 diamond encrusted Nixon street league watch.

Nyjah Huston

Dyrdek with Huston and his tour winnings. photo courtesy of streetleague.com

O’Neill came in second overall with 497 points and Sean Malto in third with 483 points.

Also on hand at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas was Monster’s Vaughn Gittin Jr. and his Ford Mustang skateboard car. With a short course featuring the rainbow rail from MTV’s Fantasy Factor, Gittin took Cole for a ride before qualifiers.

To see the complete list of results, check out streetleague.com.