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SPURGEON INTERMEDIATE – PRIVATE SKATE SESSION

Spurgeon Intermediate and Elemental Awareness

Elemental Awareness and the Spurgeon Intermediate School in Santa Ana teamed up on April 3rd for a private session at the United Skate Park in Anaheim. Our good friend Derek Fukahara was on hand to welcome us into the park and skate with us. Element team rider Levi Brown and Element’s own shoe Guru Paul Kwon were there to shred with the kids too. All in all, it was a great day of skateboarding and a ton of fun. Thanks goes out to Eric Glover for putting the whole thing together.

VIDEO: TAMPA, FL – INTL. CONTEST SERIES – CLINT BESWICK WINS

On March 27th, the sixth stop of the Make It Count Contest Series went down at the historical Skate Park of Tampa. Element team riders Chad Tim Tim, Darrell Stanton, Levi Brown and Nick Garcia were on hand to judge the event. Kids from all over Florida came to compete for a spot in the finals at Element YMCA skate camp on June 20th. Clint Beswick took the top seat as our overall winner of the day and will be at the finals this summer along with the other winners from each location. A special thanks to SPoT for their support and energy making this a great event!

VIDEO: DELANO, CA – INTL. CONTEST SERIES – BRADLEY ELIAS WINS

Congrats to Bradley Elias, the overall winner at the Delano, CA stop on the Element MAKE IT COUNT International Contest Series. Skaters from all over the California Central Valley came to compete in the contest, where Chad Muska, Chad Tim Tim, Darrell Stanton, Levi Brown, Mike V and others were on hand to judge. Bradley will join contest winners from all over the world at the finals at Element YMCA Skate Camp June 20, 2010.

VIDEO: DETROIT, MI – INTL. CONTEST SERIES – GAGE SMITH WINS

Check out the video from the second stop in the Make It Count International Contest Series, which took place at Modern Skatepark just outside of Detroit, MI. Levi Brown was on hand to award Gage Smith with a trip to the contest finals this summer. Skaters came from as far as New York to compete and the level of skating was incredible! Thanks to everyone at Modern Skate Park and all the skaters who ripped, next stop is Seattle, WA.