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Introducing the 2014 Nixon X Street League Skateboarding Championship Watch.
The one-of-a-kind 51-30, designed as a collaborative effort between Nixon and Street League founder Rob Dyrdek and valued at $20,000, will be awarded to the SLS Super Crown winner this Sunday.
More photos and details on nixon.com/happenings
Come through the @classic_skateshop in Woodbridge, New Jersey for a @AMMOusa Meet and Great with @OneFelix, @SDiegoNajera and Myself!
Nyjah has won all the Championships in Street League when the year ends in an even number, 2010 and 2012. However, the last time he won all the stops leading up to the champs was 2011, where he lost the championship. So win or lose Nyjah will be continuing one of his patterns. Which one do you think it will be? Will Nyjah be the king of even numbered years? Or will someone else win and he will have yet to have a full sweep of wins for a whole year?
Working on them Frontside Flip, Watcha Think? || Filmed By: @Arnaldizzy
Yeah, I believe so. It’s kind of obvious. Rob Dyrdek has input on the design of the course, and you can tell he is trying to do different styles to see if it’s a different outcome. Nyjah does love his rails, he’s known for the gnarly stuff he does on them. So it is very likely that the lack of rails is for the hope of a different outcome. However, at the Chicago Nyjah won and that one didn’t have rails. (Nyjah did only win by .1 of a point though). So just because there isn’t rails, doesn’t mean Nyjah won’t win. However out of the Chicago and LA stop, Chicago was way closer between 1st and 2nd than LA and the Super Crown Championship is meant to be edge of your seat, hear racing, down to the last trick stuff. So, that’s probably why they decided against having rails in the big section.
Did you like the movie The Motivation? (A documentary on Street League Skateboarding Championship in 2012) Well guess what? They are making The Motivation 2.0!
(In case you haven’t seen the course yet)