Category Archives: Skate
Team Rider Tyriece Bovain in Foundation Secret Society Video. Filmed by Jesse Silva, Tyler Aghas, Alex Roehr, Jacob Sandin. Edited by Jesse Silva.
AM SLAM is hittin’ O-side! Get ready for another epic day of skating and freebies during stop #4 of the AM SLAM Skate Series.
Witness all the action that went down at AM SLAM stop #3 at Carmel Valley Skatepark.
Prepare to be mind blown. Bob Burnquist takes skateboarding to another level with his new video Dreamland, filmed in his own backyard in good ol’ Southern California. Helicopters, moveable contraptions, sky diving, and unthinkable tricks make this a video you cannot miss.
Sun Diego team rider Paul-Luc Ronchetti places 2nd at the Copenhagen Pro in Denmark.
Another successful AM SLAM contest went down this last Saturday at the Clairemont Skatepark. Check this post and our social media sites for updated photos and footage covering the event!
Team Rider Jesse Silva doing what he does best on the streets of San Diego.
The Cold War Tour makes their first stop at Sun Diego Parkway Plaza in El Cajon with the entire Zero team!
We kicked off the AM SLAM season with our first and biggest event at Belmont Park in Mission Beach.
|Event #1: Saturday, June 29 – Wavehouse Belmont Park, Mission Beach|
|Event #2: Saturday, July 20- Clairemont YMCA Skatepark|
|Event #3: Saturday, August 17 – Carmel Valley Skatepark|
|Event #4: Saturday, September 14 – Melba Bishop Skatepark, Oceanside|
|SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY OF THE EVENT||ONLINE REGISTRATION||OVERALL STANDINGS|
FOR MORE INFO – EMAIL [email protected]
All Participants Are Required To Wear A Helmet And Participants Under 18 Years Of Age Are Required To Wear Helmet And Pads*
WHAT IS THE SUN DIEGO AM SLAM?
The Am Slam is an amateur skateboarding contest series, designed to give local skateboarders an arena to compete in and an opportunity to excel. The Am Slam is a points-based series, which means skaters will work to accumulate points all summer and those with the highest points will advance to the Finals event. Although there will be some great prizes and trophies given out to top placing skaters at each stop, it is the winners of the Finals that will take home the CA$H and the title of SUN DIEGO’S 2013 AM SLAM CHAMPION!
WHEN AND WHERE?
The 4 events will take place June-September 2013
Saturday June 29th – Wavehouse in Mission Beach
Saturday July 20th – Clairemont Skate Park
Saturday August 17th – Carmel Valley Skatepark
Saturday September 14th – Melba Bishop Skatepark, Oceanside
DATES AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, so PLEASE check www.sundiego.com for all the current information.
WHO CAN ENTER?
Everyone! Unless you are a professional. There are 4 separate divisions at every stop. They are:
Ages 13 and under…40 participants
Ages 14-16…40 participants
Ages 17 and older…40 participants
Open Division (All ages of Advanced Skill Level)…40 participants
Anyone can enter the Open Division if you think you have the skills. The Open Division will award the biggest prizes! Keep in mind, your accumulated points will remain within your division, so if you decide to enter your age division AND the Open Division, it is perfectly legal, but your points from the 2 Divisions are not added together.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Each participant can either pre-register at sundiego.com or if there is still room left in your division on the day of the contest, you may be able to register on-site the day of. However, pre-registering on the website is your best bet for getting in the contest as there are only 40 spots available per division.
HOW MUCH IS THE ENTRY FEE?
The early entry fee for the Am divisions is $20 and $40 for the Pro-Am. Day of entry fees are $30 for the Am divisions and $50 for the Pro-Am.
IMPORTANT: You MUST check in on-site ONE HOUR prior to your Division start time. Even if you pre-registered on the Sun Diego website, you still must check in and sign a waiver on the day of the contest. EVERYONE UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE A PARENT’S SIGNATURE ON THE WAIVER. You can download and print a waiver in advance from www.sundiego.com. You still need to arrive one hour prior to your division start-time.
Each division will last about an hour and a half beginning with a jam format (two 10-minute jams of 20 skaters each) and ending with 10 finalists advancing from the jams and skating in one-minute runs each. Each top 10 skater will get 2 runs.
Ages 13 and under Division
Ages 14-16 Division
Ages 17 and older Division
Breakdown and clean up
Each contestant in each division will earn points at every contest, even if you don’t place. Your points will be totaled up from every contest you enter and the 30 skaters with the most points in their Division will be invited to skate in the AmSlam Finals. Keep in mind, you don’t necessarily have to skate in every event to be the points leader in your division. In fact, it is perfectly possible to skate in just ONE event and still make the top 30 for the finals!
The Points totals will be posted on www.sundiego.com after each event so you can always log on to see where you stand.
Skateboarder Magazine is the official media partner of the AM SLAM and will be supporting the contest series primarily through its website www.skateboardmag.com. Make sure to check them out for photos and a write up from every contest! All results and Point Standings will be posted on www.sundiego.com
Participants are subject to the Terms and Condition of the skate park where the contest is held.
Each participant must Check-In and sign a liability waiver the day of the contest before being allowed to skate. If you are under 18 your parent or guardian MUST BE PRESENT at the contest to sign the waiver.
In the event of bad weather or other unforeseen complications, the contest may be postponed to a later date. Please stay tuned to www.sundiego.com for the most current information.
We’re sorry, but entry fees will not be refunded or forwarded to future events. Once you have registered and paid your entry fee it is your responsibility to show up on time (at least one hour prior to your division start time).
If you have questions you may email [email protected]
Epic may be an overused word, but it’s the best word to use when it comes to this collaboration.