1. CPH Pro 2011 death race

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    The death race after the finals of CPH Pro 2011. The races were between: Round 1: Louie Lopez and Curren Caples, Colin Kennedy and Paul Shier, Andrew Langi and Evan Smith, Dustin Dollin and Braydon Szafranski. Round 2: Colin Kennedy and Evan Smith, Curren Caples and Braydon Szafranski. Final round: Evan Smith and Curren Caples

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    • CPH Pro 2011 finals

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      The finals from CPH Pro 2011 which ended with these results: 1. Luan Oliveira 2. Dennis Busenitz 3. Chris Cole 4. Grant Taylor 5. David Gonzalez 6. Josef Scott Jatta 7. Neverton Casella 8. Peter Ramondetta 9. Eero Antilla 10. Roberto Aleman 11. Wieger Van Wagenigen 12. Chris Pfanner

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      • CPH 2011 STREET HIGHLIGHTS

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        www.facebook.com/flipskateboards www.twitter.com/flip1991

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        • CPH Pro 2011 best trick

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          The best tricks are done over the CPH Pro best trick car before Jake Phelps set it on fire.

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          • CPH Pro 2011 qualifications

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            Highlights from the qualification rounds at CPH Pro 2011. The following qualified for the finals: 1. Luan Oliveira 2. Chris Cole 3. David Gonzalez 4. Peter Ramondetta 5. Dennis Busenitz 6. Neverton Casella 7. Grant Taylor 8. Chris Pfanner 9. Wieger Van Wagenigen 10. Eero Antilla 11. Josef Scott Jatta 12. Roberto Aleman

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            • Ring of Fire 2011

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              The traditional welcome party for CPH Pro went down in Fælledparken in 2011. There was some action in the modern classic - the ring of fire.

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              • Raven Tershy gettin' it

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                Raven Tershy is in town and has been ripping our new concrete park for a few days now! Watch out for this guy!

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                • Arto Saari CPH PRO trailer # 5

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                  The 5th and final chapter for our CPH PRO trailers is with The Finish stallion Arto Saari. He loves winstons, saunas, pinnacle vibes and riding away from death defying manuevers on a skateboard. The 5th annual CPH PRO is in the making and we can promise you that this year will be the biggest yet. CPH PRO is the only purely professional skateboard contest in Europe, and each year the question has been asked, “Where does the line go for being pro or not?” The way skateboarding is going right now, ams and even non sponsored skaters are sometimes skating better than the pros, so how much it is just image? Another thing we keep asking ourselves is, “Do skateboard contests add anything positive to skateboarding?” These days, there are more and more skateboard contests and the prize purses are getting higher and higher. Where is all this going? And is it a good thing? We decided to ask 5 professional skateboarders these questions. What does it mean being pro, when are you professional and what their thoughts are on skateboard contests. The best thing about skateboarding is that there is no final answer. There are opinions, but no right and wrong and that´s what I love about skateboarding. You do what feels right for you… Filmed with: Canon 5D mark ll, Canon 7D, Canon 550D, Canon L glass 16-35 2.8 - 24-70 2.8 - 70-200 2.8, zoom h4n sound recorder and Kessler’s Philip Bloom pocket dolly. Check out this link to find out more about the Kessler dolly system. Hands down the best dolly system on the marked. http://www.kesslercrane.com Special thanks to: Fred Mortagne - http://www.frenchfred.com/ Flip skateboards - http://flipskateboards.com/ Es footwear - http://esskateboarding.com/ Interview by: Camilla Jane Lea Filmed and edit by: Simon Weyhe Additional filming by: William Frederiksen Fred Mortagne Music by: Pato – http://www.blackcheeseblog.wordpress.com/ Ormen – Ormen –http://www.fakediamond.dk/index.php?id=305237 S.Dokkedal – http://www.dokkedaldixen.com/

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                  • Pontus Alv CPH PRO Trailer # 4

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                    The 4th interview for our CPH PRO trailers is with Pontus Alv. Photographer, filmmaker, concrete builder, pianter, etc. He is in short into all kinds of creative things. A film composed by Pontus alv. In Search of the Miraculous here ›› http://insearchofthemiraculous.se/buy-now/ The 5th annual CPH PRO is in the making and we can promise you that this year will be the biggest yet. CPH PRO is the only purely professional skateboard contest in Europe, and each year the question has been asked, “Where does the line go for being pro or not?” The way skateboarding is going right now, ams and even non sponsored skaters are sometimes skating better than the pros, so how much it is just image? Another thing we keep asking ourselves is, “Do skateboard contests add anything positive to skateboarding?” These days, there are more and more skateboard contests and the prize purses are getting higher and higher. Where is all this going? And is it a good thing? We decided to ask 5 professional skateboarders these questions. What does it mean being pro, when are you professional and what their thoughts are on skateboard contests. The best thing about skateboarding is that there is no final answer. There are opinions, but no right and wrong and that´s what I love about skateboarding. You do what feels right for you… In the following weeks we will talk to Pontus Alv and Arto Saari… Filmed with: Canon 5D mark ll, Canon 7D, Canon 550D, Canon L glass 16-35 2.8 - 24-70 2.8 - 70-200 2.8, zoom h4n sound recorder and Kessler’s Philip Bloom pocket dolly. Check out this link to find out more about the Kessler dolly system. Hands down the best dolly system on the marked. http://www.kesslercrane.com/​ Interview by: Camilla Jane Lea Filmed and edit by: Simon Weyhe Additional filming by: Pontus alv William Frederiksen http://insearchofthemiraculous.se/buy-now/ Music by: Pato – http://www.blackcheeseblog.wordpress.com/ Ormen – http://www.fakediamond.dk/index.php?id=305237 Peder – http://www.fakediamond.dk/index.php?id=437632 Dokkedal/dixen – http://www.dokkedaldixen.com/

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                    • Rune Glifberg CPH PRO trailer # 3

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                      The 3rd interview for our CPH PRO trailers is with The king of Copenhagen Rune Glifberg. His smooth style and versatility sets him apart from every skateboarder out there. Combine that with his sense of humor and easy-going personality and you get one of the most loved skateboarders of our time. The 5th annual CPH PRO is in the making and we can promise you that this year will be the biggest yet. CPH PRO is the only purely professional skateboard contest in Europe, and each year the question has been asked, “Where does the line go for being pro or not?” The way skateboarding is going right now, ams and even non sponsored skaters are sometimes skating better than the pros, so how much it is just image? Another thing we keep asking ourselves is, “Do skateboard contests add anything positive to skateboarding?” These days, there are more and more skateboard contests and the prize purses are getting higher and higher. Where is all this going? And is it a good thing? We decided to ask 5 professional skateboarders these questions. What does it mean being pro, when are you professional and what their thoughts are on skateboard contests. The best thing about skateboarding is that there is no final answer. There are opinions, but no right and wrong and that´s what I love about skateboarding. You do what feels right for you… In the following weeks we will talk to Pontus Alv and Arto Saari… Filmed with: Canon 5D mark ll, Canon 7D, Canon 550D, Canon L glass 16-35 2.8 - 24-70 2.8 - 70-200 2.8, zoom h4n sound recorder and Kessler’s Philip Bloom pocket dolly. Check out this link to find out more about the Kessler dolly system. Hands down the best dolly system on the marked. http://www.kesslercrane.com/ Interview by: Camilla Jane Lea Filmed and edit by: Simon Weyhe Additional filming by: William Frederiksen Ewan Bowman Jacob Solbakken Music by: Kasper Bjørke – www.kasperbjorke.com/blog Ormen – Ormen – www.fakediamond.dk Peder – www.fakediamond.dk Dokkedal/dixen – www.dokkedaldixen.com Thanks to: Bucky Lasek for letting us skate his pool

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