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Pow-wow Pro/Am 2011 Contest Report + Official Edit

This must have been the nicest weekend Jacksonville had ever seen. Definitely hot, but perfect skating weather. We arrived at the park around noon on Friday, several hours before the start of the Under 18 division contest. After a few to-do's and touch ups, the Under 18 was under way and went off without a hitch. I remember some tricks from this contest that made me wonder if these kids where really under 18. Such as Zach Pollak's Full Cab Ally Oop Mizou, cess slide in, then his huge disaster back Royale on the cement ledge, or Tyler Huston's Tru Fishbrain. Everyone did an amazing job! Congrats to Zach for taking home first. Later that night, it was straight to the MacBook with Scotty Swemba by my side to work on the first Be-Mag live update. ... Read More...

2011 Pow-wow Pro/Am Promo

On April 16, we headed to Kona Skatepark in preparation for this year's Pow-wow Pro/Am. In conjunction with Central Flordia Rolling we held a Box-build, Pre-session to create a little excitement prior to the event. This is a brief over view of what went down, and a teaser of just some of the obstacles added to the course. This year's Pow-wow is going to be the best yet. So if you have not started planning to attend, you better get on it. Hope to see you there, Blake Taylor, Pow-wow Organizer... Read More...

Panhandle Pow-wow in Jacksonville, Florida

Held on this date is Southeastern United States largest in-line free skate contest. The 5th annual Panhandle Pow-wow presents the Pow-wow Pro/Am. In conjunction with the World Rolling Series, the Pro/Am will qualify the world's best amateur skaters to compete for cash prizes amongst the top pros from the series. ... Read More...

Panhandle Pow-Wow 2010

Described as "controlled chaos," this year's Panhandle Pow-Wow once again went down in the history books... Check out Troy Sander's version of what went down!... Read More...

The Blake Taylor Pow-Wow Interview

How could you possibly articulate the atmosphere of the Pow-Wow qualifiers? Drunken stunt blading, loosely structure chaos, southern bedlam... that is exactly how I would accurately portray my experience at the these qualifiers. An unending chorus of “hell yeahs” followed by a level of skating that could give any staple competition a run for the money (and keep in mind that this was just the qualifier event). ... Read More...