2014 Street League Open
Street League Open finalists
Despite a harsh slam, Nyjah Huston added another trophy to the shelf this weekend with a comeback victory in the first ever Street League Skateboarding Monster Energy Pro Open at Nike SB's Sixth & Mill Skatepark in Los Angeles. Here, the eight finalists line up prior to the start of the finals.
Andrew Reynolds made his debut on the 2014 SLS Nike SB World Tour as the recipient of SLS Pro David Gonzalez's injury wildcard for 2014. He finished in the 21st spot in the semi-finals.
Switch frontside flip on his way to 7th place in the finals.
Switch backside tailslide on his way to 14th place in the semi-finals.
Nollie flip to backside lipslide. Wair finished second overall in the finals, his highest SLS placing to date.
New Street League pros
"It doesn't seem like real life right now. It hasn't set in that I am in Street League this year," said Matt Berger. Davis Torgerson and Trevor Colden landed the second and third place spots to join the 2014 SLS Nike SB World Tour, but did not move on to the finals.
Paul Rodriguez and his trademark focus. Rodriguez finished third overall in the finals.
Backside noseblunt from new Street League pro Trevor Colden. Colden finished 9th in the semi-finals and just missed qualifying to the finals.
Nyjah Huston destroyed the Control Section with tricks like this B/S flip nosegrind.
Nyjah Huston, winner
Nyjah Huston took home $20K as well as a guaranteed spot in the SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship in August.