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Damn Am Costa Mesa Presented by Volcom

The Skatepark of Tampa's Costa Mesa 'Damn Am' presented by Volcom went off this weekend! CLICK HERE or the image below for a full recap!

Axel Cruysberghs qualified 2nd, which meant he went straight to the finals, he would stay loose during the semi's buy busting out tricks like this epic noseblunt on the stone door!

Axel Cruysberghs qualified 2nd, which meant he went straight to the finals, he would stay loose during the semi's buy busting out tricks like this epic noseblunt on the stone door!

Gary Rogers came down to Costa Mesa, CA for the 2014 Skatepark of Tampa Damn Am presented by Volcom. He cruised around the Volcom HQ and talked to some of the competitors and and the crowd. Check out more at

April 10 - 13, 2014 the Skatepark of Tampa's Damn Am contest comes back to the Volcom HQ in Costa Mesa where the top amateurs compete for 12 spots in the Tampa Am contest! Check out all the details and schedule below.


12pm - 8pm - Registration / Practice

9am - 8pm - Registration / Practice
5pm - Rider's Meeting

9am - open practice
12pm – Qualifiers: Jam format, three skaters per jam, three minutes
Top 40 skaters advance to Semi-Finals
Top two are Golden Ticket winners and go straight to the finals

9am - open practice
12pm - Semi-Finals, Finals, Best Trick, Awards
Semi-Finals: Two one-minute runs
Finals: Three one-minute runs
Best Trick: Directly after finals on the center obstacle, 25 minute jam
Top 12 skaters in finals qualify for Tampa Am
1st and 2nd place skaters in finals go directly to Tampa Am Semi-Finals

Directions: 405 - South / 55 south / Right 17th / Right Monrovia / Volcom is located a 1/4 mile down on the right side 1740 Monrovia Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

You will need to park on the street on Thursday and Friday. The lot is employee parking only on those days. On Saturday and Sunday the parking lot will be open to the public. Do not ever park in other business' parking lots adjacent to Volcom. You could get towed.

We all stay at the Ramada Inn.
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1680 Superior Avenue
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627-3652 US

Email for registration

In preparation for the 'Best Trick Contest' we installed a brand new gap to rail courtesy of our friends at Diamond Grind Coping. Alec Majerus stopped by the park one night and put on a demo of what's actually possible! Check out how many tricks Alec put down in one session!

Check out this recap video from last years Damn Am contest and photos HERE

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