CPH Pro footage and results from Copenhagen

cphpro2012The annual CPH Pro skate event in Copenhagen went of as usual this weekend with Rune Glifberg and a host of friends getting stuck into the city’s surroundings.

Brad McCLain took the bowl honours and Chris Cole swept up at the street finals. Watch videos down there.

1. Chris Cole
2. Ryan Decenzo
3. Ishod Wair
4. Nyjah Huston
5. Shane O’Neil
6. Walker Ryan
7. Taylor Bingaman
8. Austyn Gillette

Pudwill tops the Street League, footage from Seattle

Yesterday’s Street League preliminary qualifying finals comp in Seattle produced some amazing skateboarding. Watch all the footage from the Key Arena thanks to TWS cameras in this clip and their round up of results in the race to get their hands on the $150,000 loot.

Results:

1. Torey Pudwill 86.4
2. Nyjah Huston 85.8
3. Shane O’Neill 77.9
4. Chaz Ortiz 70.5
5. Chris Cole 70.4
6. Mikey Taylor 64.4
7. Paul Rodriguez 59.0
8. Ryan Sheckler 56.1
9. Mike Mo Capaldi 54.3
10. Tommy Sandoval 52.7
11. David Gonzalez 46.0
12. Nick Dompierre 43.0
13. Dylan Rieder 42.5
14. Peter Ramondetta 42.3
15. Billy Marks 34.4
16. Eric Koston 34.0
17. Mark Appleyard 33.6
18. Braydon Szafranski 14.9
19. PJ Ladd 8.8
20. Brandon Biebel 0.0 (Biebel took off to Vegas last minute and didn’t enter)

Behind the scenes with DC

dc-shoes-logoWatch behind the scenes footage of what went into the making of the latest DC Shoes advert.

This b-roll has footage of Nick Dompierre, Matt Miller, Marquise Henry, Josh Kalis, Evan Smith and Chris Cole all skating for the cameras in slomo and gives you a good idea of just how much goes into the adverts you see on the web that are over in 3 or 4 minutes.

Chris Cole partners with Zero

As previously reported, Chris Cole made a slightly unexpected move from Black Box footwear brand Fallen to DC Shoes. This caused a few to jump to some needless conclusions, most notably the assumption that his loyalty to Zero isn’t as strong as we once thought. Far from it, as Black Box have just announced that Chris Cole will now be business partners with Zero chief Jamie Thomas and will have an active role in directing the future of the company, while still ripping it professionally of course.

Here are some words from The Chief himself…

“Cole’s loyalty and support have always been an integral part of Zero’s success for the past decade. I’ve always included him in important decisions and brand directions, so it’s exciting to know we’ll get to work together for the life of the brand. I couldn’t imagine a better partner.”


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Street League with Cole and P-Rod

Zero’s Chris Cole and Plan B’s P-Rod were the main attraction at a new Microsoft store opening in the States this month. The pair showed up alongside Rob Dyrdek to plug the Street League event that now has the 24th and final pro rider signed up with a chance to snatch over $1m in prize money and that man is Shane O’Neill, not been a bad year for him so far has it?