Ever since the start of Daily Adrenaline, we always wanted to put on a skate competition. It’s what we grew up doing and what we had the most familiarity with. We also had a bunch of contacts that helped us by organizing the competition, donating to the prize pool, or just showing up to support.
Our flag at the entrance of Phipps Skatepark
The tent where contestants were able to sign up
Handing out a t-shirt to a contestant
Because of the number of entrants, we had to split the contest into two classes: Beginner and Advanced. We organized the kids, split them up based on skill level, and divided them into heats.
Organizing the heats
One of our contestants getting excited for his run
The drop in to his run
Focused on nailing some tricks for the judges
Going all out over the quarter pipe!
An interview with our first place winner, Nate
After deciding the winner of the Beginner’s section and handing out the prizes, we postponed the Advanced heats to the following day. We didn’t have a photographer that was able to come and shoot that day. In spite of that, the weather was gorgeous, everyone from the previous day showed up, and all the kids ripped.
We’d like to thank everyone who came out: the parents of the entrants, all of our sponsors, Phipps Park for having us, and big thanks all of our entrants! We couldn’t have done it without you. Keep an eye out for our next event!