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Wild in the Parks Global Championships - The Berrics - Los Angeles, CA 2015
Volcom’s Wild In The Parks tour took over The Berrics in Los Angeles, CA for the 2015 Global Championships on Saturday October 17th with over 220 competitors traversing the globe for their shot at the $15,000 cash purse. Over 15 countries spanning 6 continents were in representation and making a bid to stand out at The Berrics. This skateboarding haven has been the premiere proving ground for top tier pros and up and coming ams. This set the bar so high that good tricks only received a golf clap, the massive crowd fiending for the incredible. This call to action was answered in a big way as competitors threw down some NBD’s that left everyone reeling and wondering who would take the Global Championship title. Petter Brunnatne cruised out with the Norway posse and earned 4th place in the 14 & Under Division. Hailing all the way from Portugal, Gustavo Ribeiro laid down some hammers like this 360 flip lipslide and took home 2nd in the 14 & Under Division! With a barrage of tricks in every zone, Daisuke Ikeda surprised everyone with an NBD mctwist in The Berrics! He placed 1st in the 14 & Under Division. Ty Stigney from the Chicago stop placed 4th in the 15-21 Division. Kickflip bs lipslide on the A-Frame. Caswell's Choice from Stop 1 Mateo Rael throwing down a kickflip front blunt on the A-Frame rail. Tim Casey travelled across the country after taking the top spot in the 15-21 Division in Taunton, MA. Solid tricks like this 360 flip down the 7 stair contributed to yet another victory in the 15-21 Division. Also coming all the way out from Japan, Yuto Horigome unleashed this backside noseblunt on the gap out rail. He placed 2nd in the Open/Am Division. Jamie Foy was killing it all day with heavy tricks in all of the zones. This gap out kickflip frontside crook shut down the contest and ended his day as Global Champion in the Open/Am Division! Congrats Jamie! Results: 14 & Under Division 1st: Daisuke Ikeda - Japan: $1,400 2nd: Gustavo Ribeiro - Portugal: $1,200 3rd: Cole Hosman - USA: $900 4th: Petter Brunvatne - Norway: $500 5th: Bailey Seager - Canada: $250 15 – 21 Division 1st: Tim Casey - USA: $1,400 2nd: Shane Farber - USA: $1,200 3rd: Benny Milam - USA: $900 4th: Ty Stigney - USA: $500 5th: Roar Kolnes Danielsen: Norway: $250 Open/AM Division 1st: Jamie Foy - USA: $2000 2nd: Yuto Horigome - Japan: $1,750 3rd: Oskar Hjellegjerde - Norway: $1,500 4th: Mike Berdis - USA: $750 5th: Tanner VanVark - USA: $500 Follow the tour on instagram @VolcomWITP for more photos and video content. You can also find all of the photos shot over on our facebook page! Thank you to our prizing sponsors: Enjoi, Andalé, Rev'd, Foundation, Toy Machine, Hard Luck Mfg, Loud Headphones, Element Skateboards
Psychic Migrations – Premiere, Lima, Peru – PHOTO RECAP
Psychic Migrations movie premiere photo recap from Lima, Peru on October 16, 2015. Psychic Migrations available on iTunes November 3, 2015. Star of the night, Psychic Migrations' Miguel Tudela Volcom's Pat Lloyd enjoying his time in Peru.
Volcom Wild in the Parks - Stop 10 - Caswell's Choice - Tate Malpass
Caswell's Choice – presented by The Skateboard Mag:  Caswell Berry will award his favorite competitor from each stop of the 2015 Wild in the Parks tour to jump in the van with the Volcom team and shoot a photo to be featured in The Skateboard Mag with the footage to be featured on The Berrics! Stop 10 winner: Tate Malpass See the full recap HERE
Alex Midler's 4th Annual Roll-A-Thon
Alex Midler is getting ready for his 4th Annual Roll-A-Thon this weekend, Sunday Oct. 18th at Skatelab in Simi Valley, CA. Come out and roll for a great cause to benefit the Johnny Kicks Cancer Foundation and Teen Cancer America. Check out last year's Roll-A-Thon that we had here at the VOLCOM HQ!
The TCT Jellyfish ends in New Jersey and Crowns the Last Ten Qualifiers Who Will Represent the East Coast at Lowers.
The morning setup with the crowd starting to roll in. What a heck of a week in the Garden State. The Volcom TCT Jellyfish Surf Series went down this past weekend with smaller surf but no lack of stiff competition and good times for all. We also got a chance to have our pre-event signup party in one of the coolest and most historical venues the state has to offer in the Paramount Theater in Asbury Park. There wasn’t much about the weekend that wasn’t memorable. Stone Man....about to take a beating. Friday night we rolled into Asbury Park to set up the pre-event signup party and also help the Volcom East crew with the evenings Psychic Migrations movie premier. The theater is something like a time capsule for talented artists, performers, and historical enthusiasts alike. The place is both awe-inspiring and stand up the hair on the back of your neck creepy with all the stories the staff told us.  The theatre holds something like 1600+ people and there was hardly an empty seat in the house to watch local legend Mike Gleason get some killer tubes. We haven’t heard that many hoots and hollers and in a long time. The competitors where giving the party barge high fives all day. With some pretty stiff winds and weather forecast on Saturday we ended up moving the event to Sunday, and the weather was perfect all day. The surf was a little smaller but still very contestable; especially when the tide dropped out and the sandbars at Manasquan Inlet had a chance to show their unique form. There is a cool wedge style wave that breaks there and the competitors at this years TCT Jellyfish event gave the place a solid going over. Breakfast...and it's friend Mrs. Ed. The event powered on and the surfing was strong all day, thankfully for us the wind cooperated as well. Simon Hetrick was in great form all day and ended up taking the win the highly contested Juniors Division; which was no surprise to almost anyone that saw his heats throughout the day. He was ripping. The always crowd favorite Squids Division were surfing great all day as well and in the end CJ Mangio ended up with the win, while Maddie Ryan got her win and spot in the TCT Global Champs with great surfing in the Girls division. The Groms Division was loaded with talented competitors as well and Jake Dematteo snagged a win in the final heat of the day over some tough competition. Last but not least were the big kids, the Pro-Am Division. This was a heated battle in the finals and Spencer Bridges ended up with the win and a spot in Champs this June at Lower Trestles with solid surfing in tricky conditions. Evan Brownell made the long trip up from FL to spread a little Seacow love with the Jellyfishers. A huge Volcomgratulations to all the competitors and qualifiers at this years TCT Jellyfish in Manasquan New Jersey. We also would like to thank everyone for coming out to the pre-event signup party and Psychic Migrations movie premier in Asbury Park. That was a night to remember and we’re pretty sure the whole NJ surf community was there to celebrate the night and support their favorite surfer. Also thank you to all the competitors and families for coming down to the beach and making the event another one for the books. This has been one heck of an East Coast run and we can’t wait to come back next year. See you all at Lowers!! You're going directly to jail, don't pass go, don't collect $200. Jude Clark with a nice look at some rail work in the Juniors final. This is how you antique an entire group of people at once. Thank you Toro leaf blowers. The squids, got to love the squids. The Squids finalists! Weird sand settling warrants weird front flipping. Chiropractors dream photo. Simon Hetric with a little Ocean City lip bash en route to a win for the Juniors division. Trophies for the Kids. Evan Brownell with a little southern hook up north in New Jersey. Spencer Bridges sporting a big check, big smile, and big ole handful of cash!   Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP REV'D ELECTRIC WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Spencer Bridges - $500.00 - Lowers Qualified 2. Pat Schmidt - Lowers Qualified 3. Zack Beaupan 4. Cooper Fortney 5. Pat Parenty 6. Jake Fritz JUNIORS 1. Simon Hetric - Lowers Qualified 2. Jude Clark - Lowers Qualified 3. Evan Brownell 4. Keton Fortney 5. Paul Fran 6. Lars Hamilton GROMS 1. Jake Dematteo - Lowers Qualified 2. Cole Deveney - Lowers Qualified 3. Chase Lieder 4. Drew Caraccialo 5. Quin Battalgliese 6. Bobby Thompson SQUIDS 1. CJ Mangio - Lowers Qualified 2. Jesse Hulsact - Lowers Qualified 3. Charlie Weiman 4. Setan Iglay 5. Ryan Tracy 6. Ty Collins GIRLS 1. Maddie Ryan - Lowers Qualified 2. Emma Krasowski - Lowers Qualified 3. Alexa Muss 4. Brooke Baldasare 5. Julia Colins 6. Delaney Sudol Your champions of the day! WATERMELON AWARD Grace Cunningham All photos provided by: Carter McCoy Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
Stop 10 of Volcom’s Wild in the Parks – Southside Skatepark - Houston, TX
The crew cruised in from Baton Rouge, LA for a night sesh before the contest. Judges Ben Graham and Alexis Riviera joined CJ Collins, Collin Provost, Akira Shiroma, Caswell Berry, Ant Travis and Omar Hassan in the ripping. Stay tuned for the full recap video tomorrow! Volcom’s Wild In The Parks entered the Lone Star State to finish off the North American qualifying series at Southside Skatepark in Houston, TX on Saturday October 3, 2015. Southside Skatepark has been apart of the Wild In The Parks since its inception 13 years ago. During this time Southside has built an ever-evolving skatepark to keep the masses challenged and coming back for more. The park boasts a variety of speedy transition that sends you into perfectly crafted ledges, rails, gaps, and stairs. It did not take long for the nationwide influx of competitors to heat things up as practice started and tricks began to rattle off. The battlefield was set and it was time to see who would capture the remaining invites to the 2015 Wild In The Parks Global Championships at The Berrics. Andrew Powers placed 2nd in the 14 & Under Division with hammers like this varial heelflip down the 6 stair. Lazer Crawford came all the way out from Phoenix, AZ and it paid off as he took home 4th in the 14 & Under Division. Crooked grind on the bump to bar in the tech section. Skating fast all day Rory Doran placed 7th in the 14 & Under Division. Backside smith grind down the handrail. 1st place winner in the 15-21 Division Garrett Simich started each of his heats strong with a flawless backside smith grind across the pyramid everytime. Placing 4th in the 15-21 Division, Houston local Carter Wood laying down a stylish backside hurricane. Kolemann Reed cruised out to Houston from Baton Rouge, LA with his homies to enter the contest. Tricks like this backside tailslide down the handrail helped him capture 5th place in the 15-21 Division. The Open/Am finals were going off with contestants flying around everywhere. Christian Dunfrene was another Louisiana local who cruised out to Houston. Here he is dodging the crowds to stomp this 360 flip over the pyramid and taking home 1st in the Open/Am Division! Houston local Tyler Kelly captured 2nd place in the Open/Am Division. He kickflipped into this backside tailslide across the pyramid during finals. Wallies off the box on the pyramid were a popular choice but this ally-oop wallie 180 over the pyramid by Brandon Ly was one of the most impressive tricks of the day! He also took home 5th in the Open/Am Division. Tate Malpass placed 4th in the Open/Am division and was also chosen by Caswell to hop in the van the next day with the skate team. Casual front shove backside nosegrind down the hubba. Results: 14 & Under Division: 1st: Logan Cogswell 2nd: Andrew Powers 3rd: Hunter Harlan 4th: Lazer Crawford 5th: Austin Turgon 6th: John Parrish 7th: Rory Doran 15 – 21 Division: 1st: Garrett Simich 2nd: Nathan Pacheco 3rd: Zachary Carrigan 4th: Carter Wood 5th: Kolemann Reed 6th: Ben Stiskin 7th: Sean Turner Open/AM Division: 1st: Christian Dufrene - $250 2nd: Tyler Kelly - $150 3rd: Mason Coletti - $100 4th: Tate Malpass 5th: Brandon Ly 6th: Miles Watson 7th: Garrett Young Caswell's Choice – presented by The Skateboard Mag:  Caswell Berry will award his favorite competitor from each stop of the 2015 Wild in the Parks tour to jump in the van with the Volcom team and shoot a photo to be featured in The Skateboard Mag with the footage to be featured on The Berrics! Stop #10 winner: Tate Malpass Follow the tour on instagram @VolcomWITP and see more photos from this stop on our facebook page Thank you to our prizing sponsor Enjoi, Andalé, and Rev'd.