Over the weekend of March 25-26, 2000 two concurrent but unrelated skateboarding events took place in Lake Havasu, Arizona. Andy Mac defended his world-record long jump and set a new one, and Pat Channita defended his reign as the street-contest king.

Makai Big Air Contest(World-record ramp-to-ramp jump)

1. Andy Macdonald (56′ 10.75″)
2. Danny Way (55′ 11.5″)
3. Brian Patch (54′ 5.5″)
4. Remy Stratton (48′ 2.5″)
5. Bob Burnquist (47′ 11.25″)
6. Jake Brown (44′ 10.5″)
7. Lance Mountain (42′ 8.5″)
8. Chris Gentry (44′ 8″)

B3 Pro Street and Vert
(ESPN/World Cup Skateboarding street-and-vert contest. For more info, check out www.wcsk8.com)

Street
1. Pat Channita
2. Andy Macdonald
3.* Danny Way
4. Willy Santos
5. Bucky Lasek
6. Frank Hirata
7. Chet Thomas
8. Brent Kronmueller
9. Carlos de Andrade
10. Anthony Carney

Vert
1. Bob Burnquist
2. Bucky Lasek
3. Tas Pappas
4. Andy Macdonald
5.* Anthony Furlong
6. Rune Glifberg
7. Sandro Dias
8. Mathias Ringstrom
9. Danny Way
10. Renton Miller

* Earned a spot in 2000 Summer X-Games.