A New World Order – 2015 World Tour Champions

A New World Order – 2015 World Tour Champions

A big year in 2015 saw the emergence of new World Champions in a number of Divisions in the race for titles and an inaugural World Tour Cash purse of $8,000 USD. In a changing of the guard all the categories had maiden World Champions.

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Douglas Dalua wins La Violenta

Douglas Dalua wins La Violenta

The final race of the 2015 IDF season ended today, with Douglas Dalua of Brazil dominating La Violenta and using his vast experience to win all his heats. Thiago Mohr made it a Brazilian one-two, with local Leonardo Macchi rounding out the podium. Top qualifer Bernardo Brambila crashed out in the first round.

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La Violenta: Day 1

La Violenta: Day 1

Shivering in their leathers, riders battled through a cold and damp practice day at La Rioja, Argentina, an area known for its dry climate.

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The Return of the South American Championship

The Return of the South American Championship

After a gap of three years, the South American Championship is back, and better than ever. Featuring six races, each competitor’s best five results will be included in the race for the IDF South American Downhill Skateboarding championship.

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Mega Grand Prix Day 1

Mega Grand Prix Day 1

The last World Cup of the year kicked off today at Mega Space and the three riders battling for the overall World Championship posted the top three practice times today.

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Who will win?

Who will win?

The overall IDF World Cup winner will soon be determined and there's a red-hot pack of riders in with a chance. Dillon Stephens from Canada sits on top with 5,221 points, but he must place better than 7th at Mega Grand Prix to add any points to his tally.

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