Xcorps - Episode 51 SKATE
Independent Films, Sports
Xcorps Converse Coastal Carnage SKATE X SPECIAL - Xcorps Action Sports TV rolled into Huntington Beach California for the U.S. Open of Surfing last week and shot the Converse COASTAL CARNAGE Skate Jam.
Some of the best skateboard talent on earth ripped the cool blue custom skate course for fun fame and fortune at the high profile three day venue.
Xcorps on camera host Jason Lazo is featured reporting from the U.S. Surf Open event which now draws close to 500,000 people! The Converse COASTAL CARNAGE jam will be the core action making up the next XC episode called SKATE X. Stay tuned!
Check out the new Xcorps TV SKATE X SPECIAL promo video just released for web airing online.
This film features the wild action and brutal CRASHES from the Tuesday Aug.3 practice day:
New music from Suburban NoiZe band Authority Zero doing their song "Crashland"- a nice fit for the skate action!
Just another day on The Xcorps!
Converse Coastal Carnage, an invite- only pro/am skate contest consisting of more than 30 A-list skateboarders, returns to Huntington Beach this year, anchored against the backdrop of the US Open of Surfing. Converse Coastal Carnage continues in its second year as the skate component to the weeklong celebration of the world's top action sports athletes. The contest was free to the public and ran Friday August 6th through Sunday, August 8th.
Coastal Carnage 2010 is taken to the next level, from every angle. The course, a double bowl with plenty of hips and tight corners, is twice as large this year and incorporates a new vert section that's guaranteed to keep every competitor ripping hard! The stakes are high not only on the challenging course, but also with this year's prize purse, with a total pot of $75,000.
The jam format is broken up into 10 qualifying rounds that pit 4 riders against each other simultaneously. Because Converse Coastal Carnage is a pro/am event, the most experienced professionals like Lance Mountain and Kenny Anderson will be seen battling it out alongside today's up and coming ams like Tommy Remillard, Curren Caples and Grant Taylor. Coastal Carnage is truly a test of endurance and will, and last year proved it's anyone's contest.
Another feature new to Converse Coastal Carnage this year is the Converse Skate Pavilion, a public mini-bowl, located directly in front of the main course. Anyone with a board is welcome not only to skate, but also to try out the latest Converse product, free, throughout the entire first week of August. The public skate pavilion allows for skate fans to test shoes, skate for free, and become an active part of the week's festivities.
"Everyone who skated in last year's contest had a good time and skated amazingly because the vibe on the beach was just incredible. We've put a lot more into the contest this year overall, in ways that we know will get the crowds and everyone in the contest hyped up," says Converse Skateboarding Brand director Steve Luther.
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CONVERSE COASTAL CARNAGE 2010 Results:
Finals: 1. Ben Hatchell - 93.67 - $15,000
2. Tom Remillard - 82.67 - $12,000
3. Kevin Kowalski - 82.00 - $8,000
4. Ben Raybourne - 79.67 - $7,000
5. Tyler Mumma - 76.67 - $5,000
6. Aaron Homoki - 76.00 - $4,000
7. David Loy - 75.33 - $2,500
8. Ryan Reyes - 74.67 - $2,000
9. Omar Hassan - 73.33 - $1,500
10. Rune Glifberg - 70.00 - $1,200
11. Brandon Perelson - 66.67 - $1,100
12. Andrew Langi - 59.67 - $1,000
13. Lance Mountain - 57.00 - $1,000
14. Christian Hosoi - 53.67 - $1,000
15. Steve Caballero - 52.67 - $1,000
1. Aaron Homoki - kickflip bs stalefish - $2,000
2. Kevin Kowalski - saran wrap tail block - $1,500
3. Tom Remillard - smith grind to fakie - $1,200
4. Neal Mims - smith grind to revert - $1,000
5. Curren Caples - frontside flip into cradle - $1,000
Year of Production: 2009
Country: United States
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