“Last Man Standing 2010. A peek into the controversial LMS 2010. Enjoy! Skaters feat but not limited to: Ramelle Knight, Joseph Stephens, Brian Aragon, Ralphy(PR), Jimmy Shuda, Julian Bah, Mark Wodja, Ray Genera, Franco Cammayo, Steve Cortes, Nick Uhas, Jose Henriquez, Hyper Mike, Jesus Medina, Evan Grimball, Carlos Montenegro, Trevor Johnson, and many many more! Thank you for watching! Stay Tuned!” – Flip The Script.
Archive for August, 2010
Rah the MC controlling the crowd
This year’s fifth annual Last Man Standing has had an overwhelming amount of media coverage on all of the big tricks that went down during the contest. Photographer Christen Cofer captured all of the behind the scenes action that was going on in the crowd and with the competing skaters. Check out all the photos below.
Check out the edit from Saturday’s Last Man Standing contest from the Art of Rolling. Filmed by Layla Ferrer. Edited by Angelo Ferrer. You can also check out photos from LMS here.
“August 28th 2010 has now come and gone….But nonetheless it was a remarkable weekend for me. This day is known for the Last Man Standing Pro Competition held in Upper West Manhattan at a spot that many do not skate for fun called The Pit. The Pit is a good area because the residents nor police bother rollerbladers at all. One thing is for sure though, The Pit is not a session spot but a very dangerous spot that has tested many. On this day a fellow New York Roller and friend was injured when he crossed the path of the last spot on this day. Recover well and soon Jesus Medina. (more…)
The fifth annual Last Man Standing contest went off today in Washington Heights and everyone in New York City represented! Shout outs to everyone who skated in the contest and came out to support. The crowd was huge and the tricks were crazy. After all was said done, and all the hammers dropped, and tech tricks laced, Mark Wojda came out the victor. Stay tuned for more coverage of the fifth annual Last Man Standing contest and an upcoming edit from ImagyneThat.com. As well, everyone show love to Jesus Medina who had an unfortunate injury today. We’re all hoping you heal up fast and come back 100%.
Check out the latest edit from the Art of Rolling testing out their new GoPro video camera. The GoPro is a small video camera that can be attached to a helmet for point of view filming and easy follow filming. See the difference the camera makes in this edit featuring Angelo Ferrer and Dave Ngo at the Pier 62 skatepark in Manhattan, NY.
I Roll NY Clip of the Week #37 is brought to you by Tri-State Skate. This week’s C.O.W. features TSS team riders Sean Agoliati and Jesus Medina skating two boxes. Make sure to head over to Tri-State Skate tonight to join in on the pre Last Man Standing session.
Check the edit of Bronx, NY skater John Stephens wrapping up his Summer. A lot of big tech tricks in here on spots all over NYC. “A 2010 Summer skate mix, edited by Harison Hadzovic aka H. Due to an a/c joint separation, I will be out the game for a little while but expect my return. Enjoy this or hate it, but thanks for the views. See you in a city near you” – John Stephens.
See the full story and interview with Ramelle Knight on Be-Mag. “So as of late our up and coming video Fitted has been coming together well as far as filming goes and I am happy to say we are trying to hype it up. This One Minute One Spot features one of New York’s Finest Bladers Ramelle Knight as he conquers the rail that has been featured in many NY videos. Check out Ramelle’s section in Fitted and also view Ramelle as he warms up for the first thing shot that day” – Joe Perez.
Eulogy releases their second set of wheels from their new disaster series featuring NYC’s Austin Paz. Austin’s wheel includes a design of a lightning bolt hitting a city building along with his last name. Check out Austin’s most recent edit at the Bayonne, NJ skatepark.