Street League Skateboarding

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Sport Skateboarding
Founded 2010
Country USA
Most titles Nyjah Huston [10]
TV partner(s) FOX Sports 1
Sponsor(s) NikeSB and GoPro
Founder Rob Dyrdek
Official website StreetLeague.com

Launched in 2010, Street League Skateboarding (SLS) is an international competitive series in professional skateboarding. The league features twenty-four professional street skateboarders competing for the largest prize purse in the history of skateboarding,[1] and was founded by professional skateboarder and entrepreneur Rob Dyrdek.

History[edit]

The idea for SLS first arose when Dyrdek reviewed the state of professional street skateboarding competitions more than seven years ago and was unhappy with his conclusion. Dyrdek identified significant flaws in the way that skateboarding contests were designed and run, and therefore proceeded to develop the SLS concept.

The inaugural year of Street League featured a four-stop arena tour that began at the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Arizona, on August 28, 2010. The other venues for the inaugural tour were the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California, on September 11, 2010, and the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on September 25, 2010. Along with [sprint center] Kansas City, MO.

The 2011 Super Crown World Champion was Sean Malto, who upset the competitive domination of Nyjah Huston for his first Street League win and the $200,000 first place prize.

In 2012, the champion Nyjah Huston won US$200,000, the championship Nixon watch and ring set from Nixon Watches, and a Chevy Sonic vehicle. As of May 19, 2013, Huston has won more prize money than any other skateboarder in history.[2]

In May 2013, the GoPro camera company was announced as the official camera sponsor of the 2013 SLS international tour. GoPro content will be featured in the broadcasts of the domestic American events, and the cameras will deliver footage of course previews and real-time impact highlights. GoPro sponsors SLS contestants Ryan Sheckler and Sean Malto.[3]

The 2013 Super Crown World Champion, Chris Cole, also earned his first career SLS win earlier in 2013 at the Street League at X Games stop in Munich, Germany. At the championship, Cole earned US$200,000 for his win, along with the custom Nixon championship watch and ring. Huston and Luan Oliveira placed second and third respectively.[4]

Another SLS standout,Paul Rodriguez, won his second SLS stop in Portland, Oregon, U.S. in July, 2013.[5]

In 2013, the Street League Skateboarding Foundation (SLSF) was established with the goal of increasing global participation in skateboarding. The SLS Foundation seeks to foster healthier communities by promoting and providing the inherent benefits of skateboarding to all facets of society in addition to helping skateboarding grow though community outreach, support, and guidance. The Foundation assists municipalities and non-profits with the design, development, and construction of legal Skate Plazas as well as assists with the creation of community and educational programs that promote and encourage the sport of skateboarding.[6] An extension of Street League Skateboarding, “Street League Skateboarding Certified Skate Parks” (SLSCSP) will be popping up across the US. The first three plazas were built in 2013. Street League Certified Skate Plazas will eventually become the locations for Street League amateur and televised qualifier contests. Locations include Erie, Colorado; the Kennesaw Skatepark in Kennesaw, GA; and Lake Havasu City, AZ. Design and build partners include Site Design Group and California Skateparks. Street League Skateboarding is dedicated to replicating past SLS plazas for the public to enjoy for forever more. These parks are considered by some to be the best and safest in the world.[7]

Overview[edit]

Street League features 24 of the world's top professional street skateboarders, who compete against each other and accumulate championship points that designate rank throughout the season. The contestants accumulate points at each pre-championship stop; only the top eight ranking contestants are invited to the championship event.

Broadcasting exclusively on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports GO, each event’s Final features eight finalists in 90-minutes of live programming with international webcasts of the event streaming live on Streetleague.com.

The Street League prize purse is the largest in the history of competitive professional skateboarding,[1] totaling US$1.6 million in 2011. The 2014 Super Crown World Champion title includes will be a winner-takes-all format for the biggest prize in skateboarding history: $200,000 and a custom gold-and-diamond championship watch and ring set.

Unique characteristics of the competition include the contest's original format, the ISX instant scoring system, the indoor concrete course (described as a "skate plaza"), and the amount of total prize money.

ISX technology[edit]

SLS introduced the ISX (Instant Scoring Experience) to competitive skateboarding events.[8] The unique scoring format scores each trick independently, in contrast to all other professional contests that grade on overall impression of a full run or series of tricks performed within a certain time frame.[9] ISX is a partnership between MXi, Dialsmith, and SLS.[8]

Course design and construction[edit]

California Skateparks designs and builds the Street League courses.[8]

FOX Sports 1 partnership[edit]

In March 2014, Street League signed a multi-year partnership with FOX Sports 1 for worldwide distribution reaching more than 100 million viewers.[10]

About Street League Skateboarding[edit]

Street League Skateboarding (SLS) is the first-ever professional league for street skateboarding. The SLS season features 24 of the world’s most exciting skateboarders competing in an easy-to-follow, ISX™ instant scoring format on one-of-a-kind concrete skate plazas, all for the largest prize purse in skateboarding history. Each stop of the 2014 SLS season will air live on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sport Go with a live international webcast on Streetleague.com. For more information, visit www.streetleague.com and follow @streetleague.[10]

Street League 2013[edit]

Street League at X Games Foz Do Iguaçu, Brazil[edit]

April 18–21, 2013.
Rank Skater Flow Control Impact Score
1st Nyjah Huston 8.3 8.6 31.9 48.8
2nd Sean Malto 8.3 7.9 23.6 39.8
3rd Torey Pudwill 8.3 7.2 20.7 36.2
4th Luan Oliveira 8.4 9.7 16.5 34.6
5th Chaz Ortiz 8.5 9.0 14.4 31.9
6th Shane O'Neill 7.2 8.7 15.3 31.2
7th Mikey Taylor 6.1 6.5 - 12.6
8th Tom Asta 5.1 - - 5.1
9th Ryan Sheckler 7.8 - 16.4 24.2
10th Peter Ramondetta 5.1 - 18.3 23.4
11th Ishod Wair 6.5 - 15.5 22.0
12th Chris Cole 7.2 - 14.6 21.8
13th Paul Rodriguez 7.6 - 13.4 21.0
14th Matt Miller 5.6 - 15.1 20.7
15th David Gonzalez 7.8 - 12.5 20.3
16th Austyn Gillette 5.4 - 13.5 18.9
17th Bastien Salabanzi 2.0 - 13.6 15.6
18th Manny Santiago 5.2 - 6.6 11.8
19th Dylan Rieder 3.1 - 7.2 10.3
20th Tommy Sandoval 2.1 - 8.2 10.3
21st Billy Marks 2.9 - 5.6 8.5

[11]

Street League at X Games Barcelona, Spain[edit]

May 16–19, 2013.
Rank Skater Flow Control Impact Score
1st Nyjah Huston 7.9 9.1 33.4 50.4
2nd Paul Rodriquez 7.1 8.9 34.3 50.3
3rd Manny Santiago 6.4 8.3 33.0 47.7
4th Sean Malto 7.1 8.1 22.7 37.9
5th Luan Olivera 7.0 6.4 24.5 37.9
6th Mikey Taylor 6.5 8.0 12.4 26.9
7th Torey Pudwill 6.7 6.0 - 12.7
8th Chris Cole 5.9 - - 5.9
9th Billy Marks 4.4 - 21.3 25.7
10th Tom Asta 6.6 - 18.2 24.8
11th Ryan Sheckler 8.5 - 14.2 22.7
12th Dylan Rieder 8.3 - 8.8 17.1
13th Matt Miller 6.2 - 10.1 16.3
14th Shane O'Neill 8.3 - 6.8 15.1
15th Bastien Salabanzi 7.6 - 6.7 14.3
16th Tommy Sandoval 5.5 - 8.1 13.6
17th Eric Koston 5.5 - 4.9 10.4
18th Peter Ramondetta 2.2 - 6.8 9.0
19th Ishod Wair 6.0 - 0.0 6.0
20th Austyn Gillette 4.6 - 0.0 4.6

[12]

Street League at Kansas City, Missouri[edit]

June 9, 2013.
Rank Skater Flow Control Impact Score
1st Nyjah Huston 8.9 9.0 37.7 55.2
2nd Chris Cole 8.0 9.1 34.8 51.9
3rd Paul Rodriguez 7.3 9.4 34.0 50.7
4th Dylan Rieder 8.0 8.0 32.7 48.7
5th Luan Olivera 8.4 8.4 31.9 48.7
6th Tom Asta 7.8 8.0 19.9 35.7
7th Mikey Taylor 5.9 5.6 - 11.5
8th Sean Malto 3.2 - - 3.2
9th Torey Pudwill 6.5 - 18.8 25.3
10th David Gonzalez 4.6 - 19.6 24.2
11th Ishod Wair 6.6 - 16.6 23.2
12th Matt Miller 5.9 - 13.8 19.7
13th Tommy Sandoval 5.9 - 13.1 19.0
14th Peter Ramondetta 7.3 - 11.6 18.9
15th Billy Marks 6.4 - 12.3 18.7
16th Shane O'Neill 3.2 - 15.1 18.3
17th Eric Koston 5.7 - 9.9 15.6
18th Bastien Salabanzi 7.5 - 4.9 12.4

[13]

Highest Scored Trick Presented by Monster Energy: Nyjah Huston

http://streetleague.com/archives/kc-monster-highest-scored-trick-nyjah-huston/

Street League at X Games Munich, Germany[edit]

June 27–30, 2013.
Rank Skater Flow Control Impact Score
1st Chris Cole 8.9 8.8 33.6 51.2
2nd Paul Rodriguez 8.6 9.2 25.5 43.3
3rd Luan Olivera 7.8 8.8 24.5 41.1
4th Sean Malto 6.9 9.3 23.3 39.5
5th Torey Pudwill 7.9 8.3 23.3 39.5
6th Shane O'Neill 9.2 8.9 16.2 34.3
7th Ishod Wair 7.7 7.5 - 15.2
8th Peter Remondetta 5.8 - - 5.8
9th Tom Asta 7.8 - 17.8 25.6
10th Tommy Sandoval 6.1 - 17.9 24.0
11th Mikey Taylor 4.5 - 19.3 23.8
12th Matt Miller 5.6 - 17.4 23.9
13th Youness Amrani 5.7 - 8.5 14.2
14th Bastien Salabanzi 5.8 - 8.0 13.8
15th Billy Marks 6.4 - - 6.4

[14]

Street League at Portland, Oregon[edit]

July 14, 2013.
Rank Skater Flow Control Impact Score
1st Paul Rodriguez 8.1 9.3 30.6 48.0
2nd Chris Cole 8.6 9.4 29.5 47.5
3rd Luan Olivera 7.8 9.2 27.3 44.3
4th Ishod Wair 9.0 9.1 21.8 39.9
5th Shane O'Neill 7.3 8.7 17.5 33.5
6th Sean Malto 8.1 9.5 8.5 15.7
7th Torey Pudwill 7.3 8.4 - 15.7
8th Nyjah Huston 6.8 - - 6.8
9th Austyn Gillette 4.8 - 17.1 21.9
10th David Gonzalez 6.6 - 15.3 21.9
11th Tom Asta 7.3 - 14.4 21.7
12th Dylan Rieder 7.5 - 12.5 20.0
13th Tommy Sandoval 6.8 - 12.8 19.6
14th Eric Koston 7.3 - 10.7 18.0
15th Peter Ramondetta 6.0 - 8.9 14.9
16th Bastien Salabanzi 8.6 - 5.7 14.3
17th Billy Marks 4.2 - 7.7 11.9
18th Matt Miller 4.7 - 4.5 9.2
19th Mikey Taylor 7.7 - 0.0 7.7
20th Ryan Sheckler - - - DNP
21st Chaz Ortiz - - - DNP

[15]

Street League at Los Angeles, California[edit]

August 1–4, 2013.
Rank Skater Flow Control Impact Score
1st Nyjah Huston 8.7 9.1 35.2 53.0
2nd Chris Cole 7.3 7.8 29.5 44.6
3rd Luan Olivera 8.9 9.3 26.0 44.2
4th Ryan Decenzo 7.8 8.2 22.3 38.3
5th Shane O'Neill 7.4 8.9 16.8 33.1
6th Paul Rodriguez 7.2 9.1 16.5 32.8
7th Torey Pudwill 6.4 8.2 - 14.6
8th Bastien Salabanzi 6.1 - - 6.1

[16]

Street League Super Crown at New Jersey[edit]

August 25, 2013.
Rank Skater Flow Control Impact Score
1st Chris Cole 8.7 9.1 35.0 52.8
2nd Nyjah Huston 8.2 8.7 35.5 52.4
3rd Luan Olivera 8.2 8.6 32.5 49.3
4th Paul Rodriguez 9.0 8.7 27.1 44.8
5th Sean Malto 8.5 9.2 17.8 35.5
6th Shane O'Neill 8.0 8.5 8.3 24.8
7th Torey Pudwill 5.7 8.1 - 13.8
8th Mikey Taylor 4.6 - - 4.6

[16] 2013: Overall Winner, Super Crown World Champion - Chris Cole

Highest Score Trick Award, presented by Monster Energy - (9.9) Shane O'Neill, Switch Double 360 Flip

Highest Score Trick Clip http://streetleague.com/ondemand/?__mr_id=67930

2013 Street League Awards: Street League Skateboarding Awards

Street League 2012[edit]

Street League at Kansas City, Missouri[edit]

May 19, 2012.
Rank Skater Run Best Trick Big Score
1st Nyjah Huston 0 9.9 100.0 46.7
2nd Bastien Salabanzi 7.4 8.7 31.7 n/a
3rd Chaz Ortiz 8.3 9.8 27 n/a
4th Paul Rodriguez Jr. 6.7 9.2 26.6 n/a
5th Chris Cole 7.1 8.9 23.8 42
6th Ryan Sheckler 7.1 8.3 14.3 29.7
7th Sean Malto 6.6 8 n/a 14.6
8th Mikey Taylor 6.5 n/a n/a 6.5
9th Luan de Oliveira n/a n/a n/a 6.9
10th Billy Marks n/a n/a n/a 6.8
11th Austyn Gillette n/a n/a n/a 6.7
12th Tommy Sandoval n/a n/a n/a 4.7
13th Tom Asta 5.0 n/a 13.4 18.4
14th Dylan Rieder 2.2 n/a 15.8 18.0
15th Shane O'neill 7.8 n/a 7.1 14.9
16th David Gonzalez 4.9 n/a 9.3 14.2
17th Matt Miller 5.6 n/a 7.8 13.9
18th Ishod Wair 5.6 n/a 7.2 12.8
20th Eric Koston 3.7 n/a 6.2 9.9
21st Torey Pudwill 6.7 n/a inj. 6.7
22nd Mark Appleyard 4.1 n/a 1.0 5.1
23rd Mike Mo Capaldi 3.4 n/a 0.0 3.4
24th Peter Ramondetta inj. inj. inj. inj.

Street League at Ontario, California[edit]

June 16, 2012.
Rank Skater Run Best Trick Big Score
1st Nyjah Huston 9.2 9.8 29.2 47.7
2nd Chaz Ortiz 8.7 9 25.5 46.2
3rd Sean Malto 7.2 7.1 31.6 45.9
4th Luan de Oliveira 8.9 8.3 23.2 40.4
5th Paul Rodriguez 8 8.9 20.6 37.5
6th Peter Ramondetta 6.3 7.8 14.9 29
7th David González 7.2 6.8 n/a 14
8th Tommy Sandoval 3.9 n/a n/a 3.9
9th Mikey Taylor n/a n/a n/a 7.7
10th Chris Cole n/a n/a n/a 7.6
11th Eric Koston n/a n/a n/a 5.6
12th Matt Miller n/a n/a n/a 4.1
13th Billy Marks 6.5 n/a 16.3 22.8
114th Ishod Wair 7.6 n/a 14.2 21.8
15th Bastien Salabanzi 6.4 n/a 14.5 20.9
16th Tom Asta 7.4 n/a 13.2 20.6
17th Shane O'neill 8.0 n/a 8.2 16.2
18th Ryan Sheckler 8.3 n/a 6.4 14.7
19th Austyn Gillette 7.1 n/a 7.6 14.7
20th Mark Appleyard 4.1 n/a 9.6 13.7
21st Dylan Rieder 5.5 n/a 7.2 12.7
22nd Mike Mo Capaldi 4.9 n/a 6.3 11.2
23rd Jimmy Carlin 1.4 n/a 5.8 7.2
24th Torey Pudwull 1.7 n/a inj. 1.7

Street League at Glendale, Arizona[edit]

July 15, 2012.
Rank Skater Run Best Trick Big Score
1st Paul Rodriguez 6.8 9 29.9 45.7
2nd Chris Cole 7.3 9.1 26.7 43.1
3rd Ryan Sheckler 7.8 8.2 24.5 40.5
4th Nyjah Huston 6.6 8.6 23.2 38.4
5th Shane O'Neill 8.1 9.5 15.2 32.8
6th Sean Malto 7.6 8.2 12.8 28.6
7th Luan de Oliveira 6.8 7.8 n/a 14.6
8th Torey Pudwill 4.6 n/a n/a 4.6
9th Bastien Salabanzi 7.6 n/a n/a 7.6
10th David Gonzalez 6.9 n/a n/a 6.9
11th Chaz Ortiz 5.5 n/a n/a 5.5
12th Mikey Taylor 4.3 n/a n/a 4.3
13th Ishod Wair 6.3 n/a 20.2 26.5
14th Tommy Sandoval 4.4 n/a 21.2 25.6
15th Billy Marks 2.8 n/a 21.7 24.5
16th Tom Asta 7.0 n/a 15.4 22.4
17th Peter Ramondetta 5.9 n/a 9.8 15.7
18th Jimmy Carlin 4.7 n/a 6.9 11.6
19th Mark Appleyard 4.1 n/a 5.3 9.4
20th Austyn Gillette 4.3 n/a 4.4 8.7
21st Mike Mo Capaldi 0.3 n/a 6.2 6.5
22nd Dylan Rieder 1.1 n/a 3.8 4.9
23rd Matt Miller 4.4 n/a 0.0 4.4
24th Eric Koston n/a n/a n/a n/a

Street League at Newark, New Jersey[edit]

August 26, 2012.
Rank Skater Run Best Trick Big Score
1st Nyjah Huston 8.7 8.7 31.1 48.5
2nd Chris Cole 7.7 9.3 29.1 46.1
3rd Chaz Ortiz 8.4 8.2 28.3 44.9
4th Paul Rodriguez 8.5 9.6 23.2 41.3
5th Ryan Sheckler 8.6 8.4 23.5 40.5
6th Bastien Salabanzi 7.0 8.7 16.4 32.1
7th Sean Malto 7.2 8.1 n/a 15.3
8th Luan de Oliveira 6.7 n/a n/a 6.7

2012: Overall Winner - Nyjah Huston

Street League 2011[edit]

Street League at Seattle, Washington[edit]

May 7–8, 2011. Halfonso scored 104.6 points at the first stop in Seattle, Washington.[17]
Rank Skater Technical Line Big Score
1st Nyjah Huston 34.6 28.6 41.4 34.9
2nd Shane O'Neill 7.2 6.2 25.4 26.0
3rd Chaz Ortiz 5.0 5.7 31.3 25.7
4th Ryan Sheckler 5.8 5.3 29.1 24.7
5th Torey Pudwill 7.7 6.6 27.2 24.6
6th Chris Cole 5.8 6.5 23.0 21.9
7th Billy Marks 7.2 4.7 13.9 20.5
8th Mike Mo Capaldi 6.2 5.4 18 19.2
9th Mike Taylor 6.4 5.2 25.4 18
10th Paul Rodriguez 5.9 6.5 17.9 11.1
11th Tommy Sandoval 4.4 4.9 23.6 17.6
12th David Gonzalez 5.8 2.8 17.6 15.3
13th Nick Dompierre 3.9 5.5 20.6 14.3
14th Dylan Reider 6.9 7.9 5.8 14.2
15th Peter Romendetta 3.9 6.0 16.9 14.1
16th Eric Koston 5.0 5.3 6.8 11.3
17th Mark Appleyard 2.5 3.3 18.2 11.2
18th Braydon Szafranski 5.0 0.0 0.0 5.0
19th PJ Ladd 4.6 0.0 0.0 2.9
20th Brandon Beibel inj. inj. inj. inj.
21st Marc Johnson inj. inj. inj. inj.
22nd Terry Kennedy inj. inj. inj. inj.
23rd Sean Malto inj. inj. inj. inj.
24th Luan de Oliveira inj. inj. inj. inj.

Street League at Kansas City, Missouri[edit]

June 11–12, 2011.

The second stop in Kansas City, Missouri, was won by Huston, who scored 72.6 points for his second win of the year.[18]

Rank Skater Technical Line Big Score
1st Nyjah Huston 9.4 29 34.2 31.6
2nd Chris Cole 8.1 20.8 38.2 29.5
3rd Chaz Ortiz 7.6 32 24.2 28.1
4th Sean Malto 7.7 29.5 26.2 27.9
5th Ryan Sheckler 8.8 21.7 31.3 26.5
6th Torey Pudwill 9.1 15.8 32.3 24.1
7th Mikey Taylor 8.5 13.4 n/a 13.4
8th Billy Marks 8.2 11.9 n/a 11.9
9th Paul Rodriguez 6.2 7.4 24.2 n/a
10th Shane O'Neill 7.1 5.9 18.9 16.9
11th Nick Dompierre 5.8 3.8 20.8 16.9
12th David Gonzalez 5.3 6.6 18.0 16.7
13th Mike Mo Capaldi 7.3 4.9 11.5 13.6
14th Luan de Oliveira 5.8 6.5 3.6 13.2
15th Dylan Reider 6.0 6.5 7.1 12.8
16th Tommy Sandoval 4.9 3.8 6.9 11.4
17th Peter Ramondetta 4.9 3.9 4.7 11.4
18th Mark Appleyard 4.3 3.5 7.6 10.6
19th Braydon Szafranski 5.7 6.0 0.0 8.1
20th PJ Ladd 6.3 6.0 0.0 7.1
21st Brandon Biebel inj. inj. inj. inj.
22nd Marc Johnson inj. inj. inj. inj.
23rd Terry Kennedy inj. inj. inj. inj.
24th Eric Koston inj. inj. inj. inj.

Street League at Glendale, Arizona[edit]

July 16–17, 2011.

The third stop, in Glendale, Arizona, was won by Huston, who scored 77.8 points;[19] the victory was Huston's fourth.

Rank Skater Technical Line Big Score
1st Nyjah Huston 8.9 7.8 38.3 34.5
2nd Ryan Sheckler 8 7.6 19.9 29.5
3rd Chris Cole 8.4 5.6 27.4 25.6
4th Paul Rodriguez 7.2 5.6 17.6 20.8
5th Shane O'Neill 8.0 5.6 24.6 18.9
6th Billy Marks 7.4 7.5 20.6 16.9
7th Luan de Oliveira 8.3 8.2 18.0 14.6
8th Tommy Sandoval 7.9 4.9 25.1 11.1
9th Chaz Ortiz 6.9 5.3 5.8 n/a
10th Eric Koston 6.1 6.9 6.7 n/a
11th Sean Malto 7.2 6.3 20.5 27.5
12th Mikey Taylor 5.5 4.6 15.1 16.0
13th Peter Romendetta 5.7 5.8 13.8 13.4
14th Mike Mo Capaldi 2.3 5.7 14.5 11.2
15th Mark Appleyard 5.2 2.8 14.2 10.0
16th Dylan Rieder 7.0 0.0 4.7 7.4
17th Braydon Szafranski 1.0 4.3 n/a 3.0
18th Brandon Biebel inj. inj. inj. inj.
19th Nick Dompierre inj. inj. inj. inj.
20th David Gonzalez inj. inj. inj. inj.
21st Marc Johnson inj. inj. inj. inj.
22nd Terry Kennedy inj. inj. inj. inj.
10th PJ Ladd inj. inj. inj. inj.
24th Torey Pudwill inj. inj. inj. inj.

Street League at Newark, New Jersey[edit]

August 28, 2011.

Malto, scoring an 81.2, became the 2011 Street League Champion by winning stop 4.[citation needed]

Rank Skater Technical Line Big Score
1st Luan de Oliveira 8.6 28.3 44.3 81.2
2nd Nyjah Huston 8.6 19.2 51.5 79.4
3rd Chris Cole 7.9 28 35.1 71
4th Chaz Ortiz 9.3 24.7 21.5 55.5
5th Paul Rodriguez 8.8 18.1 15 41.9
6th Mikey Taylor 8.2 14.5 10.1 32.8
7th Billy Marks 8.1 12.9 n/a 21
8th Shane O'Neill 7.7 10.6 n/a 18.3
9th Ryan Sheckler 7.3 n/a n/a n/a
10th Mike Mo Capaldi n/a n/a n/a n/a

2011: Overall Winner, Super Crown World Champion - Sean Malto

Street League 2010[edit]

Street League at Glendale, Arizona[edit]

August 28, 2010.

Nyjah Huston placed first at the first ever Street League contest in Glendale, Arizona, scoring a 116.0[20]

Rank Skater Creative Line Technical Big Score
1st Nyjah Huston 24.5 35.7 20.7 35.1 116
2nd Shane O'Neill 28.9 33 27.9 28.4 114.9
3rd Torey Pudwill 23.3 29.3 31 29.3 112.8
4th Sean Malto 23 32.9 23.4 31.7 111
5th Chris Cole 30.7 24.4 23.8 35.9 109.6
6th Chaz Ortiz 21.6 29.7 22.6 25 102.2
7th Paul Rodriguez 23.3 19.2 25.7 21.9 100.1
8th Greg Lutzka
9th Peter Ramondetta
10th Ryan Skeckler
11th Eric Koston
12th Billy Marks
13th Mikey Taylor
14th PJ Ladd
15th Tommy Sandoval
16th Dylan Rieder
17th Mark Appleyard
18th Terry Kennedy
19th Nick Dompierre
20th Brandon Biebel
21st David Gonzalez
22nd Mike Mo Capaldi
23rd Marc Johnson inj. inj. inj. inj. inj.
24th Luan de Oliveira inj. inj. inj. inj. inj.

Street League at Ontario, California[edit]

September 11, 2010.

First place for the 2010 Ontario, California, stop was awarded to Sean Malto, who scored 120.4 points[21]

Rank Skater Creative Line Technical Big Score
1st Sean Malto 31.3 31 23.5 21.5 120.4
2nd Chaz Ortiz 34.2 32.4 30.3 34.6 118.4
3rd Nyjah Huston 32.7 24.3 22.7 26.2 105.9
4th Ryan Sheckler 29.2 20.3 27.3 17.7 103.7
5th Chris Cole 23.1 22.2 31.8 20 97.1
6th Paul Rodriguez 29.6 26.7 22.4 26.9 96.4
7th Greg Lutzka 30 21 18 8.6 77.6
8th Shane O'neil
9th Mikey Taylor
10th Tory Pudwill
11th Eric Koston
12th Billy Marks
13th Mark Appleyard
14th David Gonzalez
15th Tommy Sandoval
16th Terry Kennedy
17th PJ Ladd
18th Brandon Biebel
19th Marc Johnson
20th Dylan Rieder
21st Mike Mo Capaldi
22nd Nick Dompierre
23rd Luan de Oliveira inj. inj. inj. inj. inj.
24th Peter Ramondetta inj. inj. inj. inj. inj.

Street League at Las Vegas, Nevada[edit]

September 25, 2010.

Shane O'Neill, scoring 146.0 points, won the final 2010 stop in Las Vegas, Nevada.[22]

Rank Skater Creative Line Technical Big Score
1st Shane O'Neill 40.9 34.4 31.8 38.9 146
2nd Chris Cole 30.6 39.2 36.2 37.8 143.8
3rd Nyjah Huston 35.6 36.3 26.2 25.1 123.2
4th Chaz Ortiz 40.9 30 27.2 17.5 115.6
5th Ryan Sheckler 35.1 25 26.4 28 114.5
6th Paul Rodriguez 26.9 20.6 34.4 24.8 106.7
7th Greg Lutzka 31.5 14.5 23.1 12.2 81.3
8th Torey Pudwill 6.8 6.1 6.7 35.3 94.4
9th Sean Malto 5.0 5.4 4.9 26.9 93.0
10th Mikey Taylor 5.9 5.5 5.3 34.5 91.7
11th David Gonzalez 5.2 4.8 4.7 24.6 89.7
12th Eric Koston 5.2 4.8 4.7 24.6 84.7
13th Billy Marks 6.4 4.4 4.7 9.9 59.3
14th Mark Appleyard 5.4 4.0 5.4 7.3 49.7
15th Nick Dompierre 6.6 5.7 4.7 n/a 49.4
16th Marc Johnson 5.7 4.7 5.1 n/a 38.1
17th Brandon Biebel 0.0 3.7 6.9 n/a 36.1
18th Dylan Rieder 5.5 4.8 0.0 14.6 34.4
19th Tommy Sandoval 6.4 5.0 4.9 n/a 29.1
20th PJ Ladd 0.0 3.7 6.3 n/a 16.4
21st Terry Kennedy 2.9 0.0 5.2 n/a 12.9
22nd Mike Mo Capaldi 0.0 n/a 0.0 n/a n/a
23rd Luan de Oliveira inj. inj. inj. inj. inj.
24th Peter Ramondetta inj. inj. inj. inj. inj.

2010: Overall Winner, Super Crown World Champion - Nyjah Huston[17]

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