The Clash at Clairemont
At the seventh annual Sonic Generations of Skate Clash at Clairemont in San Diego, multiple generations of skateboarders, from Tony Hawk to Mitchie Brusco, gathered to skate and rally against cancer. Here, Marcelo Bastos pokes a tailgrab-to-fakie for the cause.
Young buck Josh Rodriguez is one to watch. This frontside blunt is just a small indication of what to expect.
Josh Stafford floats a hefty tailgrab in the round bowl.
Tony Hawk hucks a 540 above the crowd.
Dave Hackett with his signature slash grind on the round wall.
Peters, Hosoi & Elguera
Duane Peters, Christian Hosoi and Eddie Elguera show their support for Grind For Life and stoke the kids out with autographs.
3 Wheels Out
3 Wheels Out, featuring legendary pro skaters Adrian Demain, Doug "Pineapple" Saladino and Scott Taylor.
Andy Mac & Rogers
The Clash at Clairemont founder Andy Macdonald skies high over Grind For Life creator Mike Rogers.
The female skate contingent was out in force at Clairemont, and Nora Vasconcellos ripped the big bowl.
From The Invisible Scratch Pickles to the Beastie Boys, Mixmaster Mike is the Mark Gonzales of turntables.
Manny Santiago took a break from X Games training to hit the street course at the Clash at Clairemont.
Team Black: Tony Hawk, Mitchie Brusco, Sonic the Hedgehog, Andy Macdonald and friend.
The legendary Scott Foss, '70s era skate royalty, ripped the bowl with his signature double grab frontside air.
San Diego's own P.O.D. (Payable on Death) took the stage with a vengeance and hyped the crowd with their anthem "Youth Of The Nation."