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It's not really hard to forget the first time that I met Sam, it must have been over ten years ago now at Chi park. I remember watching this little guy, barely pushing 4' 9", tearing up the park almost fearlessly in what I can only assume were his dad's clothes, with more enthusiasm than I had ever seen at that forsaken place.
On Saturday evening, a simple scarf helped Dominik Wagner throw down a hammer so big, Thor got jealous. Charging over and over at a safety barrier-handrail-quarter transfer was getting frustrating, until a CampHolland hooligan ran up. He threw the legendary Svenergy scarf around Dominik's neck and the result? A thousand shouting, partying rollerbladers and one of the gnarliest tricks of the day. The perfect moment for Sven Boekhorst's final Winterclash and a main highlight of the event.
Ned Espeut-Nickless brings us the freshest Winterclash 2013 edit so far, all the action, all the atmosphere and of course the best moments of the competition!
As every year Daniel Prell is the first to post up a full edit of the Winterclash action. And as every year this edit highlights nothing but the big tricks. Clips by Soichiro Kanashima, CJ Wellsmore, Sven Boekhorst, Roman Abrate, Nils Jansons, Eugen Enin, Anthony Pottier, Mathias Silhan, Richie Eisler, Diego Guilloud, Dominic Bruce and many more.
Lifetime Achievement Award: Sven Boekhorst Loco Plaza Skater of the day: Richie Eisler X-Mini Newcomer of the day: Dominik Bruce Trick of the day: Nils Jansons
The junior contest is going down as you read this. Young kid Dominic Bruce from Scotland and Patrick Eagan (the young brother of Joey Eagan) did well in the park. We will be trying to get a few clips from both.
Sven Boekhorst made a bold move back in 2007 when he organized the first Mind The Gap. His new contest featured only a couple of ramps and one big gap, but it turned out to be a success. Skaters loved getting airborne and big crowds witnessed some great blading. Five years later the flying Dutchman and his friends have cruised countless miles around Europe with their ramps in tow. Sven has no intention of stopping any time soon, but he did take some time off his busy schedule to celebrate the fifth anniversary of his brainchild with us.
Today at the Korea Chuncheon World Leisure Cup Action Sport Championships the weather was HOT. The temperatures also got turned up a notch in the international inline park contest, where Sven Boekhorst, Worapoj Boonnim (Note), Brian Aragon, Yuto Goto and more battled it out for the top three spots.
Koreans, like the Japanese and pretty much most of Asia these days, love their technology. At any big event in Korea you will notice that a lot of people like to shoot and record pretty much anything with their cameras, whether their camera is a professional DSLR with a massive elongated lens, or just a simple smartphone.
There is always a sense of trepidation and apprehension when embarking on trips to foreign skate events. The language factor, the foreign food, the cultural differences, plus the fact that new experiences await after a few hours on a plane. This was definitely the case when we left Hong Kong on our midnight flight to Korea for the Korea 2012 Chuncheon World Leisure Cup Action Sports Championships (what a great simple name, yeah?).
Check out this video of team Rollerblade visiting Switzerland for a weekend. With footage from Basel, Zurich and Zug. Skating by Adrian Deck, Warren Digne, Jeremy Suarez, Timmy van Rixtel, Jan Ebbert, Sven Boekhorst and Guillaume Le Gentil! Edit by Mihai Bivol.
A group of friends found this cool skatepark in an old Roman Catholic church, called the Jozefkerk. In 2009 the local Skatepark in Arnhem, the Netherlands, burned down so the local skaters started looking for a new location which had to be at least 1000m2. After some research, they finally found this church which has been empty for the last five years. Blessed by the parish of St. Eusibeus they started building this unique skatepark. Now four years later the skatepark is well-known in the scene because of social media so some European riders/friends had the idea to visit the church with a smoke machine, cameras, cranes and extra lights. Check out their private session all under the eyes of god himself. -Sven Boekhorst
February is only a mere seven minutes old over there in Holland and the new [MAG] is out already! This time with a Beer Hendriks profile, Sven Boekhorst interview, Winterclash preview and more, much more!
'Blackout' was filmed in only two days in an old building in which the new Den Bosch skatepark was being built. The unfinished skate obstacles in the park were used to incorporate the Mind the Gap setup and the 'Cityhopper' ramp to add trick possibilities. Other attributes used to create this video were glow in the dark paint, LED-lights, a smoke-machine, a motorcycle, industrial lighting and a bungee cord. Axel van Dijk and Remy Cadier present Sven Boekhorst in 'Blackout'.
Rollerblade presents you this compilation edit of footage their street team gathered throughout 2012.
The Dutch Championship took place in the World Skate Center skatepark in Den Bosch. Check out all the action in this edit.
Maxime Genoud, Timmy van Rixtel, Warren Digne and Sven Boekhorst visited Poland and stopped by the Polish Rollerblade headquarters which was hosting a local contest outside of Poznan. Great skating by the three on some super interesting spots!
'Supermossels' is a Dutch video by Marnix Haak and contains profiles on Eric van Boven, Vivien Butot and Nawal Talhaoui from the infamous DSA crew. Besides upcomers and no-knowns there are also big names like Timmy van Rixtel, Sven Boekhorst, Tyron Ballantine, Daan Hegt, Adil Farnhouni, Edwin Wieringh, UH44, 035 and many more. Sit back, get a cup of tea and enjoy the madness!
Sven Boekhorst, Maxime Genoud, Guillaume LeGentil and the rest of the RB Euro crew just spent four days in Holland. Looks like they had a good time and were highly productive, too!
Blading by Ryan Dagger, Edwin Wieringh, Ullie Bertus, Bas Berghuis, Vivien Butot, Joery, and Sven Boekhorst, captured by Joery Florian.
Here comes Holland's biggest rollerblading tour competition 2010, the infamous Mind the Gap. Mind the Gap will have 3 stops this year, the stops will be held in different parts of the Netherlands. Mind the Gap is also very proud to announce a coll...
This year rolling legends Rob G. and Sven Boekhorst will tour through europe with talented youngsters David Sizemore and Warren Digne. Skate with these feelgood bladers on one of the tourspots mentioned in the flyer. The kickoff will be in Switser...
On April 14th and 15th the Mind the Gap tour, by SB Events, starts off at the At Move City show in Zurich, Switzerland. Mind the Gap guarantees you a sweet and epic show which you will never forget! The Mind the Gap tour will also take place in Rennes, France, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 's Hertogenbosch Netherlands, and Zug, Switzerland.
Mind the Gap is on its second stop of the 2012 tour. This time the Mind the Gap contest will take place in Rennes, France on May 12th and 13th. After this event during the Rennes sur Roulettes days, the Mind the Gap show will continue a month later in Eindhoven, Netherlands, 's Hertogenbosch, Netherlands and Zug, Switzerland.
The third stop of the Mind the Gap Tour by SB Events, takes place in Eindhoven, Netherlands. You can attend this contest on May 25th and will take place at E-Move Eindhoven. After the Eindhoven event, Mind the Gap will continue to tour to 's Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, and Zug, Switzerland.
's Hertogenbosch is the second to last stop of the Mind the Gap Tour. You can attend this contest on June 23rd as this event will take place during the Beats and Roots Festival. After the 's Hertogenbosch event, Mind the Gap will continue to tour to it's last stop in Zug, Switzerland.
On July 28th and 29th the Mind the Gap tour will take place at it's final stop in Zug, Switzerland. You can check out this banger show during the annual Boardstock event.
World Skate Center skatepark in 's-Hertogenbosch will once again host the Dutch Championships this year! Dominik Wagner, Jojo Jacobi and Chaz Sands have already confirmed to join in on the fun! You should, too!
Skater: Sven Boekhorst
Photographer: Gerben Kuiper
Location: Zwolle / The Netherlands
Skater: Sven Boekhorst
Trick: Soul truespin topsoul soul
Photographer: Dominic Swagemakers
Skater: Sven Boekhorst
Trick: Huge gap
Photographer: Dominic Swagemakers