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Red Bull Bowl Rippers 2019 will take place in Marseille

Red Bull Bowl Rippers 2019 will take place in Marseille
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4th edition of the Red Bull Bowl Rippers kicks off! This weekend, the best French and international skaters with the likes of Vincent Matheron (FR), Yndiara Asp (BRE) or Alex Sorgente (USA), will take up residence in Marseille.

For this event, legendary Prado Bowl has been upgraded with brand new extensions to give riders extra lines and possibilities. It will also be the last opportunity to see the world’s best skateboarders in France before their first appearance at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Skateboarding world legends’ favorite playground, the bowl built facing the sea and whose curves are reminiscent of waves, will host, from Friday, Aug 16th till Sunday, Aug 18th, 58 of the best riders in the world – 38 men and 20 women.

The opportunity for Vincent Matheron, who recently got second at the Vans Park Series in Chelles, to leave a mark on the concrete where it all started for him. The kid from Marseille, who proudly rocks the Prado bowl tattooed on his arm, will have to face some serious contenders for the win. Among them, the Americano-Italian Alex Sorgente, 2018 X Games Minneapolis Gold Medallist or former Red Bull Bowl Rippers winner Robin Bolian.

Not to forget on the men’s side, Spain’s Danny Leon, one of today’s best bowl riders, Sweden’s Karl Berglind, a Bronze medallist of the Red Bull Bowl Rippers back in 2017, l’Américain, Chris Russell, aka the “Muscle” and Ivan Federico, winner of the 2019 X Games. On the women’s side, Yndiara Asp, winner of the first-ever Red Bull Bowl Rippers female contest last year, puts her title back into play. The Brasilian who started skating only six years ago will find the 2017 European vice-champion, French ripper Shani Bru, on her path!

Contest Schedule

Friday, August 16th

Red Bull Bowl Rippers Amateur Contest

13h30 – 17h00: Practice

17h00 – 21h00: Contest Pro-Am men – 2 wildcards to Pro Contest

21h00 – 22h00: Practice

22h00 – 23h30: Free Sessions

Saturday, August 17th

Men Prelims (38 Riders pros + 2 Wildcards)

15h00 – 17h30: Practice Pro

18h00 – 21h00: Qualifications Pro

21h00 – 22h00: Practice Pro

22h00 -23h30: Free Session

Sunday, August 18th

14h00 – 16h30: Practice

17h00 – 21h30: Pro Contest

Semi-finals women (15 riders)

Semi-finals men (15 riders)

Final women (6 riders)

Final men (6 riders)

Red Bull Bowl Rippers 2019 Line Up

Vincent Matheron – FRA
Fernando Bramsmark – SWE
Noah Mahieu – FRA
Karl Berglind – SWE
Jean Pantaleo – FRA
Luiz Francisco – BRE
Sam Geoni – FRA
Keegan Palmer – AUS
Robin Bolian – FRA
Roman Pabich – USA
Dario Mattarollo – ARG
CJ Titus – USA
Ryan Helm – AUS
Alex Sorgente – USA
Noah Fuzi – AUS
Cory Juneau – USA
Ryan Helm – AUS
Chris Russell – USA
Danny Leon – ESP
Greyson Fletcher – USA
Jaime Mateu – ESP
Chris Gregson – USA
Marcel Cama – ESP
Antoine Laurent – FRA
Jordan Tackeray – UK
Graham Colin – USA
George Poole – UK
Josh Dirksen – USA
Aurélien Giraud – FRA
Roman Pabish – USA
Alex Halford – UK
Justin Riviera – USA
Alessandro Mazzara – ITA
Jake Wooten – USA
Ivan Frederico – ITA
Jake Ilardi – USA
Bjorn Lillesoe – DK
Greg Ruhoff – SWI

Poppi Starr Olsen – AUS
Maya Jacquemain – FRA
Maité Steenhoudt – BEL
Mami Tezuka – JPN
Yndiara ASP – BRA
Kisa Nakamura – JPN
Laetitia Goncalves – BRA
Hunter Long – USA
Shani Bru – FRA
Bryce Wettstein – USA
Maddy Larcheron – FRA
Allysha Bergado – USA
Alice Attali – FRA
Brighton Zeuner – USA

Watch Red Bull Bowl Rippers

Red Bull Bowl Rippers finals will be broadcasted live Sunday, August 18th from 18h30 on and available for embed on Youtube:

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