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STREET LEAGUE SKATEBOARDING

STREET LEAGUE SKATEBOARDING

MASH will once again host the world’s elite street skateboarders as the 2017 SLS Nike SB World Tour returns to the Olympic Ice Stadium on 24 June 2017.  Skateboarding legend and 2016 SLS Munich Winner, Paul Rodriguez, looks forward to returning: "I'm excited to head back to Munich – it’s such a great city and the history of the park brings an added element to the event. Munich was great for me last year and looking forward to competing there again."

This year’s tour features 30 of the best skaters in the world including the 2016 SLS World Champion, Shane O’Neill, along with fan favorites such as Evan Smith, Nyjah Huston, Ishod Wair and Chris Cole. “The amazing energy and support of last year’s sold-out crowd was one of the highlights of 2016”, says SLS President, Brian Atlas.

Saturday, June 24: 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.: Prelim heats STREET LEAGUE SKATEBOARDING //  8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.: Final STREET LEAGUE SKATEBOARDING

PRELIM                   

Saturday, June 24 / 04.00 - 07.30 pm

Location:  Olympic Ice Stadium
Athletes: 30
Heats: 5 Heats of 6 skaters
Format Section 1: run – Two 45-second runs per skater
Format: Section 2: best trick – Five trick attempts per skater
Scoring: Top 4 scores count per skater (out of 7 scores). Top 8 skaters overall advance to Final
 

FINAL

Saturday, June 24 / 08.00-09.30 pm

Location: Olympic Ice Stadium
Athletes: 8
Heats: 1 Heat of 8 skaters
Format Section 1: run – Two 45-second runs per skater
Format: Section 2: best trick  – Five trick attempts per skater
Scoring: Top 4 scores count per skater (out of 7 scores). Skater with the best total score is winner of the tour stop.

 

GOOD TO KNOW
Scoring: Five Judges utilize instant scoring. All runs/trick attempts are scored on a 10 point scale. The highest and lowest scores are discarded and the average of the remaining 3 scores are used. The best 4 scores per skater and round across both Sections count and are added up. Top score per round is 40 points. Scores do not carryover from the Prelim Heats to the Final.
 

ATHLETEN

Tom Asta Tom Asta
Born: 1/12/1990
Hometown: Langhorne, PA
SPONSORS: Santa Cruz Skateboards, éS, Thunder Trucks, Ricta Wheels, Mob Grip, Braven, Incipio, Kershaw Knives, Reign Skate Shop, Arcade Belts

Dave Bachinsky Dave Bachinsky
Born: 3/6/1986
Hometown: Lowell, Massachusetts / Los Angeles, California

Matt Berger Matt Berger
Born: 10/10/1993
Hometown: Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
SPONSORS: Flip Skateboards, Monster Energy, Etnies, Bones Wheels, Bones Bearings, Mob Grip, Thunder Trucks, Diamond Supply Co.

Trevor Colden Trevor Colden
Born: 3/14/1994
Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA, USA
SPONSORS: Nike SB, Skate Mental Skateboards, Mountain Dew, Skullcandy, Spitfire, Thunder Trucks, Mob Grip, Active Ride Shop

Chris Cole Chris Cole
Born: 3/10/1982
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA, USA
SPONSORS: Plan B Skateboards, DC Shoes and Apparel, Monster Energy, GoPro, Thunder Trucks, Spitfire Wheels, Bones Bearings, Grizzly Grip, Stance Socks, Kershaw Knives, Reign Skate Shop, Cult BMX

Ryan Decenzo Ryan Decenzo
Born: 7/20/1986
Hometown: Vancouver, CAN
SPONSORS: Red Bull, Globe Shoes, Darkstar, Bones Wheels, Independent Trucks, Bones Bearings, Grizzly Grip, OC Ramps, Miami High Co.

Tommy Fynn Tommy Fynn
Born: 10/5/1988
Hometown: Brisbane, Australia
SPONSORS: Stereo Skateboards, Independent Trucks, Swiss Bearings, DC Shoes and Apparel

Felipe Gustavo Felipe Gustavo
Born: 2/22/1991
Hometown: Brasilia, Brazil
SPONSORS: Plan B Skateboards, DC Shoes, Red Bull, Venture Trucks, Grizzly Grip, Bones Wheels, Diamond Supply Co., Footprint Insoles, Nixon, FKD Bearings, FAM Distribution

Kelvin Hoefler Kelvin Hoefler
Born: 2/19/1994
Hometown: Guaruja – SP, Brazil
SPONSORS: Rockstar Energy, G-Shock, Mob Grip, Ricta Wheels, Qix Shoes, Everlong, Foot Print Insoles, Thunder Trucks, Diamond Supply Co.

Nyjah Huston Nyjah Huston
Born: 11/30/1994
Hometown: Davis, CA, USA
SPONSORS: Nike SB, Monster Energy, Element Skateboards, Diamond Supply Co., Ricta Wheels, Mob Grip, Adapt Technology, Liquipel

Tyshawn Jones Tyshawn Jones
Born: 12/24/1999
Hometown: Bronx, NY
SPONSORS: adidas, Fucking Awesome, Supreme, Hardies Hardware, Thunder, Spitfire, Stance, Bones Bearings

Chris Joslin Chris Joslin
Born: 3/10/1996
Hometown: Hawaiian Gardens, California
SPONSORS: Plan B Skateboards, Rockstar Energy, Etnies, Grizzly Grip, Ethika, Active, Venture, Bones, Arnette, OC Ramps

Tiago Lemos Tiago Lemos
Born: 4/26/1991
Hometown: Jaguariúna, Brazil
SPONSORS: DC Shoes, Boulevard Skateboards, Mountain Dew, Independent Trucks, Crupiê Wheels, Grizzly Griptape, Diamond Supply Co., FKD Bearings, Skate Sauce, AFNT Skateshop

Louie Lopez Louie Lopez
Born: 11/26/1994
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
SPONSORS: Volcom, Flip Skateboards, Converse, Ricta, Indy and Momentum Skate Sho

Sean Malto Sean Malto
Born: 9/9/1989
Hometown: Leavenworth, KS, USA
SPONSORS: Nike Footwear and Apparel, Girls Skateboards, Mountain Dew, Skullcandy, Incase, Diamond Supply Co., Thunder Trucks, Spitfire Wheels, Escapist Skateshop

Cody McEntire Cody McEntire
Born: 10/18/87
Hometown: Belton, TX, USA
SPONSORS: Blind Skateboards, Red Dragons Apparel, Silver Trucks, FKD Bearings, Grizzly Grip, Diamond Hardware, OC Ramps, Lacorda Threads, Jammypack, Was Watch

Luan Oliveira Luan Oliveira
Born: 9/22/1990
Hometown: Porto Alegre, Brazil
SPONSORS: Nike SB, Flip Skateboards, Matriz Skateshop, Beats By Dre, Independent Trucks, Diamond Supply Co., Spitfire Wheels, Bronson Speed Co.

Chaz Ortiz Chaz Ortiz
Born: 5/4/1994
Hometown: Chicago, IL, USA
SPONSORS: Zoo York Skateboards, Gold Wheels, Silver Trucks, FKD Bearings, Diamond Supply Co., Grizzly Grip, Ethika

Shane O´Neill Shane O´Neill
Born: 1/3/1990
Hometown: Melbourne, Australia
SPONSORS: Primitive Skateboarding, Nike SB, Spitfire Wheels, Thunder Trucks, FKD Bearings, Diamond Supply Co., Grizzly Grip

Micky Papa Micky Papa
Born: 8/31/1990
Hometown: Vancouver, BC, Canada
SPONSORS: Blind Skateboards, Red Dragons, Mountain Dew, Venture Trucks, Diamond Supply Co, Grizzly Griptape, Kind Snacks, Bones Wheels, Active, Nixon, Switchmade

Torey Pudwill Torey Pudwill
Born: 5/2/1990
Hometown: Simi Valley, CA
SPONSORS: Grizzly Grip, Red Bull, Plan B Skateboards, Diamond Shoes, Nixon, Venture Trucks, Bones Bearings, Diamond Supply Co.

Carlos Ribeiro Carlos Ribeiro
Born: 10/7/1991
Hometown: Novo Hamburgo, Brazil
SPONSORS: Nike SB, LRG, Primitive Skateboards, Independent Trucks, Autobahn Wheels, Andale Bearings, Diamond Supply Co., Grizzly Grip, CZN Skateshop

Paul Rodriguez Paul Rodriguez
Born: 12/31/1984
Hometown: Tarzana, CA
SPONSORS: Nike SB, Primitive Skateboarding, Incase, Andale Bearings, Venture Trucks, Glassy Sunhaters, Markisa

Manny Santiago Manny Santiago
Born: 9/10/1985
Hometown: Cayey, PR
SPONSORS: Ecko Untld., Rockstar Energy, Fortune Skateboards, Grizzly Grip, Diamond Hardware, My Pakage, Andale Bearings, Ricta Wheels, Sk8hop, Braven, Incipio, OC Ramps

Miles Silvas Miles Silvas
Born: 10/21/1995
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
SPONSORS: Adidas, Wayward Wheels, Numbers Edition, Thunder Trucks, Bones Bearings, Mob Grip, Official, Stance, LRG

Evan Smith Evan Smith
Born: 4/2/1991
Hometown: Orlando, FL
SPONSORS: DC Shoes, Element Skateboards, Independent Trucks, Spitfire Wheels, Swiss Bearings, Shake Junt Hardware, Plus Skateshop, Gnarhunter Towels, JIMBUCHA

Ishod Wair Ishod Wair
Born: 11/1/1991
Hometown: Bordentown, NJ, USA
SPONSORS: Real Skateboards, Thunder Trucks, Spitfire Wheels, Nike SB, Fourstar Clothing, Monster Energy, Bones Bearings, Stance Socks, Exit Skateshop, Shake Junt

Kyle Walker Kyle Walker
Born: 1/19/1994
Hometown: Oklahoma City, OK
SPONSORS: Real Skateboards, Volcom, Thunder, Spitfire, Vans, Active, Monster


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WAKEBOARD RAIL & AIR

WAKEBOARD RAIL & AIR

“I am extremely happy. Today everything worked out just as I wanted it to. The atmosphere here at the Olympic Lake was really cool,” explained a grinning Dominik Hernler (AUT) last year after winning the first WAKEBOARD BIG AIR at MASH. The premiere of this new wakeboard contest drew 16,500 spectators to the shores of the Olympic Lake as the world’s best went head-to-head. This year things are set to get even crazier as the Big Air set-up will be extended to include rails and other obstacles to create a full-scale cable park. Fans can look forward to more breathtaking tricks, more airtime and more fun with the international wakeboard elite in Munich. 

Friday, June 23:  1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.:  Qualification WAKEBOARD RAIL & AIR

Sunday, June 25: 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.:  Final WAKEBOARD RAIL &  AIR

 

QUALIFYING                 

Friday, June 23 / 01.30 – 03.30 pm
Location: Olympic Lake (close to Olympic Tower)
Athletes: 16
Heats: Two heats with eight riders
Format: Each rider has three runs; each run lasts 75 seconds
Judging: The top four athletes of each group advance to final
                        
KNOCK-OUT ROUND   

Sunday, June 25 / 1.30 pm                                                                                       
Location: Olympic Lake (close to Olympic Tower)
Athletes: 8
Heats: Four heats with two riders
Format: Each rider has three runs; each run lasts 75 seconds
Judging: Winner of each group advance to Superfinal
                        
SUPERFINAL right after the Knock-out Round until 4.00 pm
Location: Olympic Lake (close to Olympic Tower)
Athletes: 4
Heats: One heat with four riders
Starting Order: Lowest to highest ranking from Knock-Out Round (fourth-placed rider from the Knock-Out Round rides first)
Format: Each rider has three runs; each run lasts 75 seconds
Judging: The winner of the heat wins the contest

 

GOOD TO KNOW
Judging: Each of the three judges awards a score of between 0 and 100 points for each run. The average of the remaining three scores are used. The best run counts.
 


                        

ATHLETEN

Dominik Gührs Dominik Gührs / Germany
Age: 27 (4.1.1990, Munich)
Hometown: Munich, Germany

Dominik Hernler Dominik Hernler / Austria
Age: 25 (10.11.1991, Villach, Austria)
Hometown: Orlando, USA

Nico von Lerchenfeld Nico von Lerchenfeld / Germany
Age: 24 (12.28.1992, Rettenberg)
Hometown: Cologne, Germany


coming soon!

MASH 2016 WAKEBOARD BIG AIR Final Full Event HD Livestream

BMX SPINE RAMP

BMX SPINE RAMP

Spine Ramp is the evolution of the miniramp and probably the most dynamic discipline in Freestyle BMX right now. What better reason, then, to include it at MASH 2017? It is a mixture of quarter pipe, spine, extension, wall ride and sub box, making the up to 4m tall ramp a 250m² playground where for the first time twelve top stars from the BMX Freestyle scene will battle it out in front of a cheering crowd on Coubertin Square.

Friday, June 23: 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.:  Best Trick BMX SPINE RAMP

Saturday, June 24: 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.:  Final BMX SPINE RAMP
                       

BEST TRICK

Friday, 23 June / 17.00 - 18.30
Location: Coubertin Square
Athletes: 14
Format: Jam session; two 30-minute heats with seven athletes in each heat
Judging: The rider with the best trick in the jam session wins the contest.

KNOCK-OUT ROUND 

Saturday, 24 June / from 13.30
Location: Coubertin Square
Athletes: 12
Heats: 3 heats with 4 riders in each heat
Format: Each rider has three runs; max. 40 seconds per run
Judging: Each rider’s best two runs count; the four athletes with the highest ranked runs progress to the Superfinal.

SUPERFINAL 

Saturday, 24 June / following the Knock-out Round until 16.00 
Location: Coubertin Square
Athletes: 4
Heats: 1 heat with 4 riders
Starting: order Lowest to highest ranking from Knock-Out Round (fourth-placed rider from the Knock-Out Round rides first)
Format: Each rider has three runs; max. 40 seconds per run
Judging: Each rider’s best two runs count; the athlete with the highest points total from the two ranked runs added together wins the contest.

 

GOOD TO KNOW
Judging for Best Trick: Five judges decide which is the most difficult and risky trick performed in the jam session. There are no points. The judges decide which trick they think was the best one.
Judging for Knock-Out Round/Superfinal: The judges award points (0-100) for each individual run. For each rider the worst of the three runs is discarded. The points awarded for the remaining two runs are then added together. The rider with the highest total number of points (max. 200) wins.
 

ATHLETEN

Jack Clark Jack Clark / Great Britain
Age: 22
Hometown: Essex, Great Britain
SPONSORS: Tall Order, Vocal BMX

Daniel Dhers Daniel Dhers / Venezuela
Age: 32
Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela
SPONSORS: Red Bull, Crosscall, DDASC

Tobias Freigang Tobias Freigang / Germany
Age: 22
Hometown: Wachtendonk, Niederrhein, Germany
SPONSORS: MGP Actionsports, Bikers Base, Harsh Protective Gear, Beauty & Pain

Paul Thölen Paul Thölen / Germany
Age: 18
Hometown: Viersen, Germany
SPONSORS: Red Bull, Vans, Wethepeople Bikes, 040 Skatepark


coming soon!