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After the madness of the Shred Cologne contest just two months earlier, the final German Masterships session of the year had a lot to live up to. The frozen streets and horrible weather weren’t putting anybody off, with bladers from almost all of Europe showing up to destroy the I-Punkt Skateland for the 2000 € prize money. German competitors were also battling for the title of German Champion for 2012 and the standard was – predictably – furious.
The I-Punkt Skateland in Hamburg will once again host the infamous X-Mas Jam this year. In an effort to raise awareness for the event – and to get everyone juiced for December 15th – the Hamburg locals teamed up to get clips for a promo edit at their first "Bladers Only" session of the year. This is what they got.
My girlfriend asked me out for a dance on Sunday night. A rare occasion that I was supposed to enjoy immensely. Of course I did, but I also felt quite rusty at the same time, shaking her and myself around in the club, slightly comatose after only two beers, trying to keep my back straight, while still shaking hips James Brown style. So what happened?
'U3 Baumwall', which may sound weird in English, is actually a train station here in Hamburg, Germany. This is the station we usually got off for the filming of this video since it's right next to the "Hafen City", a new district of the city that is currently being built on ancient harbour ground. No building is older than five years and neither are the spots.
Photographer Stephanie Barthelmess set up a little photo booth at the X-Mas Jam in Hamburg, Germany last year. These photos are further effort of ours to make it easier for you to decide wether or not you should be attending this year's event which is going to take place this weekend. As if it even needed consideration... there is absolutely no reason not to go. Enjoy the photos!
One of Europe's longest running contests, the infamous X-Mas Jam, is taking place in Hamburg Germany next weekend. We talked to organizer Jonn Rübcke to see what we can expect from this years event and also how he plans to take the whole thing even further this year. Two days, competitors from all over Europe and 3000 € in prize money. This is going to be big!
On the 6th and 7th of August in the city of Hamburg it was time for the annual Summer Jam at the I-Punkt Skateland. As in most of Europe the weather this summer has not been the best but it held out for us to hold this contest. Over the weekend the park saw talent from Skateboarders, BMXers and Rollerbladers! Sunday was the day set aside for the Rollerblading contests. The day kicked off in traditional fashion with the Limbo contest, something fun for the kids and a good warm up for those looking to compete in the following grind box, bowl and best trick contests.
Meeting Mark Stamer in Hamburg for a session this year, you could feel certain that this guy would amaze you once more. Not only with his flawless skating but with his friendly and humble personality as well. Some things just won't change. It's been long overdue that one can get a HD-view of his skating again here on Be-Mag. Not like Mark has been out of the game or something... He probably was just too busy doing some decent scientific research or getting his Nosepress game on. So check out the One Minute One Spot that he dropped at the Wilhelmsburg Banks this summer.
First held in 1996, the X-Mas Jam has been going strong for many years now. Known for righteous skating and good atmosphere, this event is here to stay for another 15 years. Easily. Check out a bunch of photographs from the competition as well as quotes of people that attended the '10-edition of the Jam to find out more about the vibe of an event that has skaters coming from the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland as well as France every year to celebrate Rollerblading at the I-Punkt Skateland in Hamburg.
Sometimes you don't really know what you're getting yourself into. Work might just stay a piece of cake or become a hard challenge. When you're an ambitious person like Karsten Boysen, it usually turns out to be the latter. Since Karsten got his hands on cameras, he has fought one hell of a lot of those self imposed challenges. This year he portrayed the rolling scene of his hometown Hamburg and that is something the scene there has been missing for quite some time.
You can now watch this short edit of Gabriel Hyden destroying I-Punkt Skateland in Hamburg, Germany at X-Mas Jam 2012.
Videographer Karsten Boysen has just released this piece featuring Melvin Siemianowski, Jan Navitski, Max Visser and others! Enjoy!
Sydney Hansen is one of those guys that own the park in the city they are from. Sydney is from Hamburg, Germany and the I-Punkt Skateland belongs to him! Great to finally see him get some exposure in the form of an awesome edit. Beautifully made by Karsten Boysen. Enjoy...
Here it is! The second Hannover Inline Scene montage. Starring Bastian Goldbeck, Eike Loest, Jann Visser, Tim Beckold, Nikolas Belka, Fedor Simonov, Kyryl Liman, Nils Schwarze, Miguel Wolf and Tobias Kotitschke. -Eike Loest
Two weeks ago we released the 'U3 Baumwall'-video that features finest Rollerblading from Hamburg. Now Karsten Boysen released some bonus footage for you.
To combine things that benefit from each other is generally a good idea. That's what the German beer brand Becks is currently doing with their first limited edition product 'Beck's Black Currant'. They've managed to merge ingredients in a way so that the result has instantly created a new category on its own. Learn more about the drink and take your chance to win a ticket to an already legendary party in Hamburg!
Melvin Siemianowski went out filming on the first sunny days of the year and this is the result. Filmed and edited by Jan Siepe.
Fun little edit of the I-Punkt crew from Hamburg, Germany skating their local park during the winter months.
Can you believe this profile is seven years old? Tristan Houghton and Chris Morris filmed Mark when he studied abroad in Australia in 2003. Pure steeze, peep it!
Check out this X-Mas Jam edit by Dirk Oelmann. Real good work. There is also a neat little report over at Risemagazine.de. There is plenty of German language involved, but also a good amount of pictures that are kind of „international“, you know? Peep both of it!
It’s been a while since Razors did a tour through Germany. Meet Brian Aragon, Horn, Chaz and Mathias Silhan on tour:
Every year in August the I-Punkt Skateland is holding their annual 'Sommerfest'. Inline comp & session will take place on the 7th but everyone is welcome during the whole weekend! Make sure you come by if you happen to be in the area!
The longest running German competition, the infamous X-Mas Jam in Hamburg, Germany, is going to go down on the 10th and 11th of December. This event will once again bring out the best in every competitor. If you're from Germany you'll either go there or wish you'd go.
Meet Alex and Horn on tour in Germany. The members of the Razors International Team will skate and chill with you at the following locations from the 3rd to the 8th of January.
First held in 1995, one of Europe's longest running events is back again for 2012! With main supporters Grindhouse and Hamburger Volksbank, this year's X-Mas Jam will once again provide a good time for contestants and audience from all over Europe. All for the purpose of celebrating the sport, having fun with friends and closing the blading season with a Bang!
11-stair handrail at the "Gesamtschule Lohbrügge", really nice rail with good run-up and landing
Long metal-curbs and 2 stair sets, everything slides well and is perfect for lines, 50/50 chance of getting kicked out
A volcano-shaped bank-to-rail / rail to bank
The Color Line Arena offers various rails and a bank-to-gap, bring wax if you plan to skate the kink-ledges
Perfect spot to warm up and for skating lines, the curbs have a metal-edge and slide really well, the ground goes a little bit downhill
Ledges, Handrail and Kinkrail, what more could you ask for? The only disadvantage are the local residents that might kick you out
Rail to gap, doesn´t slide really well so bring some wax
Huge banks under a train-bridge, you need to jump a fence to get in there
Curved curb on the campus of the "Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg"
The infamous Deichrails of Hamburg, a long kinkrail, 2 separated rails and a curved rail, different heights