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SKATE BOWL LEGENDS HIGHLIGHTS

SKATE BOWL LEGENDS HIGHLIGHTS

After watching the skate legends bowl comp live on the web last year, i was left impressed with the skate ability of these old timers, but this was hight lighted last night when the dew tour skate legends bowl competition was repeated on the extreme channel – what a contest – what skating – smooth and precise – every legend just seemed to flow with ease in and around the bowl – the skating was effortless.

The bowl was filled with skateboardings most recognised names on the opening night of the Ocean City Dew Tour Pantech Beach Championship, but when it was all said and done only one legend walked away the victor – again.

 

When the sand settled, Miller maintained his title as best in bowl in the Dew Tour Legends Jam with giant corner airs and backside lip-slides in the deep end complimented by blunt slides across the middle section. “The one thing about Cab, Lance and those guys is that they are all really consistent. Everybody made their first run, so I went a little more conservative. Because I do get nervous, it gives me a lot of energy which is good and bad. I was just saying to myself ‘be calm’ and that was what I did. Once I made two runs, I was like ‘okay, now I can relax and try to go bigger,'” said Miller. That was exactly what he did. After his second run Miller locked in the highest score of the night which carried him to the win and a victory lap.

Coming second was Christian Hosoi who also rode his second run to his second place finish by airing huge, board sliding around the corner in the shallow end and staying consistent. “It always feels good to be out on our skateboards riding together, but to make second place is just icing on the cake,” said Hosoi.

Coming in with the momentum from his win in the Masters division at Pro-Tec Pool Party, Steve Caballero rounded out the podium and took home third place. With his long board slides to fakie, stylish nosegrabs and frontside inverts in the deep end there was no doubt that he would find himself atop the podium at the end of the night. “To be out here with the crowd, the good vibes and skating with my bro’s from the 80’s I couldn’t ask for anything more.”

Lance Mountain also rocked the bowl competition with tons of style and a smile. Mountain came in waving his pink draw string pulled from his shorts before taking his final drop and finishing in fourth.