titus.de/history facebook.com/titus instagram.com/titus What began on a small parking lot in the early 1980’s reached entirely new dimensions in ’99.
The Mastership had become the worlds biggest and most important skateboard contest, which not only brought the skateboarding elite on to the scene but 25.000 spectators as well. A volume which the exhibition center in Münster could not handle and so the organizers were relived and happy that they had booked the Westfalenhalle in Dortmund in time for this mega-event. It was an unbelievable scene and an incredible line-up. Everyone was there! In the end, Brian Anderson (Street) and Bucky Lasek (Vert) really could be proud of their victories. After all, they had left behind street-pro’s like Rick Mc Crank, Andrew Reynolds, Ed Templeton, Arto Saari, Eric Koston, and others, and vert-pro’s like Tas Pappas, Andie Mac, Sandro Dias, Bob Burnquist, Colin Mc Kay, Rune Glifberg, etc.. That weekend made skateboarding history!