Highlight video of the 11 annual King of the Street contest held yearly in Calgary. Filmed and edited by Jesse Jost (Youtube).
Each year skaters from across Canada come to Calgary to compete for the honour of being King of the Street. King of the Street was started by Tom Dixon to promote “real street skating”.
This years winners:
- King of the Street - Sheldon Lapointe
- Best Trick - Danny Thepsouvanh
- 2nd Place - Dan “The Monster” Varin
Previous winners include: Richie Eisler, Dustin Werbeski, Antony Pottier, Shaun Unwin, Ryan Roux & Dallas Kurtz.
Werbeski studied photography which took him to Spain, where he became a professional rollerblader.
Dustin Werbeski says he didn’t think anything would come of his rollerblading.
Starting very young and practising almost constantly, Werbeski’s passion for rollerblading eventually became a career. Before he turned pro, Werbeski studied photography at what was then named SIAST, now Sask PolyTech, before he moved west to Vancouver. […]
Check the Article on Cbc.ca.
Goodbye is too good a word, blade. So Dustin just says farewell. Xsjado Farewell PB with Kizer Level 3.1 & UC Richie Eisler 68mm 88A wheels. Location: Regina, Canada.
2.5 hours of real street slides at two spots in Kamloops, BC. More episodes of Todd & Joey on Vimeo | Visit Mushroomblading.com.
My name is Kaylo Baines, I am a fellow aboriginal aggressive inline skater from Calgary Alberta Canada. I moved to Vancouver Canada almost 2 years ago. I recently purchased a Hero5 and have been filming ever since.
My dedication and passion for the sport of in-line skating has gotten me to a level of skating i think others will enjoy watching. In this short profile showcasing some of my skills… I present to you my most favourite part of life: BLADING. Enjoy!
“Felix Guzman doing the craziest roll to drop to ledge roll ever done. IMYTA Montreal Canada.” - Jan Eric Welch. You can check the trick in this edit (check the 1:00 mark). Thanks 045jp.
Dan Millar ripping the streets of Montreal (Canada, Quebec) in the second edition of “Hard Drive”.
Featuring Kevin Lapierre, Ryan Roux & more!
Five local Canadian rollerbladers travel through the Interior and Okanagan of British Columbia to discover primitive inline movements. Featuring: Todd McInerney, Colin Brattey, Stuart Brattey, Joey McGarry & Leon Basin.