Vans Park Series 2017: Contest Highlights - Bowl Skating Madness in Malmö

Vans Park Series 2017: Contest Highlights - Bowl Skating Madness in Malmö

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Vans Park Series 2017: Contest Highlights - Bowl Skating Madness in Malmö

Malmö is one of the world’s most skateboard-friendly cities, as proved by its incredible skate scene and this epic park. For stop three of the Vans Park Series tour, a custom-built park was built to maximize flow and style as the red carpet rolled out for the best of the best transition skaters in the game. Click the link above to watch the full contest replay on Red Bull TV!

FINALS RESULTS

1st – Alex Sorgente – 93.54

2nd – Tom Schaar – 88.11

3rd – Karl Berglind – 86.49

4th – Cory Juneau – 85.33

5th – Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg – 83.27

6th – Roman Pabich – 80.82

7th Pedro Barros – 54.10

8th – Ben Hatchell – 30.50

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