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Competition Report: Rzeszow Concrete Madness 2013, Polish Rolling League Finals

Rzeszow Concrete Madness was the final event of the Polish Rolling League 2013 series, held in one of the biggest outdoor skatepark in Polands federal state Podkarpackie. The Polish Rolling League series included 15 contests throughout the year. After 10 months of competitions the best bladers from all over the country plus some international guests came to Rzeszow to "finish the job"...... Read More...

Competition Report: PTG All Day 2013

The Polish Rolling League 2013 is coming close to its end. PTG All Day 2013 was the last event before the grand finals in Rzeszow. So it was really the last chance to gain some points for the ranking, considering the PTG All Day was a 4-star event (each event in Polish Rolling League has a rank of 1-5 stars), knowing that more than 50 contestants were divided into three categories, Juniors, Seniors and Masters! ... Read More...

Competition Report: East Side Jam 2013

"That little p-rail in the tunnel. Bladers from all over the country will really have to skate it?" is what I was thinking on June 1st, 2013. We've had problems with weather during previous editions of East Side Jam, but this time it was literally pouring at noon, just when the competition was set to begin. After cancelling the contest we decided to do a little jam at our only spot with a roof above our heads. Fortunately, after some time spots have mostly dried up, and the p-rail became just the first spot of the competition! ... Read More...

Competition Report: Baltic Games 2012

Baltic Games – the fifth edition of the biggest extreme sports festival in Poland. It is a huge venture with a gigantic skatepark on an international level, plenty of invited guests, and bunch of different attractions for visitors. At the same time it is another great opportunity to show blading to outsiders in a good light. What can be said about the BG 2012?... Read More...

Competition Report: East Side Jam 2012

If there is one thing a Polish skater should do on the first weekend of June, it is to visit Lublin. This date has become an annual time for a huge gathering of skaters from all over the country, to celebrate one of the major national events: East Side Jam. Being one of the few real street competitions left, it is truly an unique experience, especially for all the younger skaters who don't remember the I.M.Y.T.A. days. The jam session format brings a wonderful atmosphere and unlike in skateparks all eyes are on the same obstacle, so that mizou you struggled to land and finally did will get the crowd cheering as much as harder tricks from more experienced skaters. ... Read More...