2018 Summer Dew Tour. Who's In?

2018 Summer Dew Tour. Who's In?

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2018 Summer Dew Tour. Who's In?

Mountain Dew and TEN: The Enthusiast Network announced their initial athlete lineup and details around this summer’s Dew Tour skateboard competition and festival.
Once again held in Long Beach, California June 28 – July 1 at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, the top pro skaters including Sean Malto, Nyjah Huston, Leticia Bufoni, Curren Caples, Lacey Baker and more will be competing at Dew Tour in competitions that include men’s and women’s individual Pro and Amateur Park and Street competitions, Dew Tour’s signature Transworld Skateboarding Team Challenge, a Boost Mobile Switch Jam and a skateboard legends Love+Guts Jam. The entire Dew Tour event is FREE and open to the public.

Nyjah Huston; Pro Street; Dew Tour; Long Beach, California; June 15-18, 2017; Photo: Tyler Tate/T Squared Action Sports

In addition to top tier skateboard competition, for the first time ever, Dew Tour will be held at the same time and location as Agenda, action sports’ most diverse and creative fashion trade show and festival.
This year, a new Park course will feature a shallow end and a nine-foot deep end pool design, along with banked extensions additional features. The Street Course is comprised of three sections: Tech, Rails and Gaps and has a new cohesive triangular design, allowing for optimal trick opportunities for skaters and ample viewing spots for fans.
Set to compete this year, include last year’s pro Bowl podium finishers Alex Sorgente, Heimana Reynolds, Clay Kreiner, as well as Dew Tour 2018’s youngest female pro athlete, Brighton Zeuner and Lizzie Armanto and top athletes such as 2018 X Games Norway gold medalist Kelvin Hoefler, Nyjah Huston, Louie Lopez.

Ryan Decenzo; Pro Street; Dew Tour; Long Beach, California; June 15-18, 2017; Photo: Tyler Tate/T Squared Action Sports

In women’s pro street, look for 16-year-old phenom Aori Nishimura from Japan, as well as recent X Games Norway gold and silver medalists Leticia Bufoni and Lacey Baker.
With skateboarding being included in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, this field is one of the most diverse collections of skaters from around the world that you can see compete in person.

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