What happens when you hook Tulio up with a cameraman, a skateboard and the streets of Brazil? His 2013 Airwalk athlete video. Tulio once again shows his street skating swagger by shredding up whatever he can find in Sao Paulo. Don’t take our word for it, just press play above and enjoy.
Last week at Woodward Camp, Airwalk skater Andy Mac held his annual Up Hill Tic Tac race. Three heats of campers have to tic tac on their boards all the way up a hill. The winner of each heat got a boatload of swag, but the fastest overall time got a a free week at camp for 2014! Check out the video above to see how it all went down.
Anastasia has been all over the place lately, from viral videos to TMZ interview, she’s been a busy little lady! This time around we’re stoked to share TMZ’s recent post on our favorite surfer, which includes Anastasia’s best photos from this summer. Click here and enjoy!
Cheer Anastasia on as she competes this weekend at the worlds largest all female surf event, the Ford Supergirl Pro 2013
We had the Airwalk skate team out in Shanghai for the Kia Extreme games. Unfortunately we couldn’t make the trip, but we were lucky enough to have Tulio filming the whole thing. Check out this sweet little edit he put toghether of his fellow teammates ripping up vert as well as some of Tulio’s runs that landed him third place in the Street competition.
Airwalk surfer Granger Larsen is competing at the Los Cabos Open of Surf this week and the lovely Anastasia Ashley is commentating on the Live Webcast. Watch the action now by clicking here.
China is a lucky place for Tulio as he always seems to podium when he competes in the Kia Extreme Games. This year he is taking home the bronze medal in the street contest. Team Airwalk is racking up the medals!
Andy Macdonald took the top spot on the podium after an amazing showing at the mini mega contest. He also landed 3rd place in the vert contest. Sounds like he had quite the trip out to Shanghai. Way to go Andy!
Already Famous Crew member Carlo Carezzano hit up the Damn AM Los Angeles competition this past weekend. More than 140 riders participated in the event. Although he didnâ€™t make the cut to the semis, Carlo placed above half the competition. He was also the only rider from a third world country. â€śFor my first competition against all these kids from Cali and Florida, Iâ€™m ok with how I skated,â€ť Carlo says. â€śI just gotta keep at it.â€ť For a recap of the contest and to check out a little press on Carlo, click here. After the contest ended Carlo did a little schmoozing within the local skate scene and captured some street footy with LA videographer Vern Laird. Tuesday morning he got to skate a quick session at the Berrics. Check out the pics.
The Already Famous Crew piled into a team van and headed to Philadelphia for the Philly AM contest.
The BEST part about the contest was traveling and skating with the homies. Once we got there and the sponsored part of the contest began, the crew noticed immediately that the purpose of the contest was more about showcasing the locals. Sadly, it wasn’t about rewarding genuine effort and talent and whomever did the best that day. Realizing what was up actually took a lot of pressure off the group and we were able to just shrug it off and have fun. All in all we made the best of it and had a blast. Would we do it again if we didn’t have to? Probably not.
- Justin Kinard