Copenhagen Open Goes Amsterdam

This year the Copenhagen Open took its famous contest to new cities–and didn’t tell everyone about them all! It started in Copenhagen last week (as you probably saw on several IG accounts), then yesterday everyone flew/rolled into Amsterdam for another secret contest day today. It started at 2 p.m. on two ledges in front of the Heineken Brewery in Amsterdam’s city center. After a session there, we boarded boats and hopped on bikes to the Marnix bowl not far away. A heavy session ensued. Then it was off to Noord Skatepark on the north side of the city for some death races, a mini-mega, punk rock bands and wild food trucks. You really need to follow @copenhagenopen and @transworldskate on IG to see the action going down! Next stop Berlin!

Photos: @blair.alley

AO3I1362
Trent McClung ended up winning the contest at the Heineken Brewery. Kickflip nosegrind.
AO3I1364
Josh Matthews, mach 10 kickflip nosegrind.
AO3I1365
Trent McClung, frontside 180 fakie five-0, to straight.
AO3I1366
Alex Olson, nosegrind 180 out.
AO3I1373
Marek Zaprazny, nollie 180 kickflip fakie nosegrind.
AO3I1376
Happy Birthday to Scuba Steve!
AO3I1383
Luan Oliveira, kickflip nosegrind.
AO3I1395
Ishod Wair, fakie ollie switch frontside crooked grind.
AO3I1399
Wieger, backside tail in his homeland.
AO3I1401
Stefan Janoski, nollie backside five-0.
AO3I1405
Ishod, frontside 180 to switch crooks in Koston’s eye.
AO3I1413
Not a bad squad.
AO3I1416
Jumpman Unchained.
AO3I1422
All aboard!
AO3I1442
To the Marnix bowl! Jaime Foy taking to the skies.
AO3I1448
Cody Lockwood, airtime.
AO3I1457
Milton Martinez blasting off.
AO3I1463
Ishod, frontside.
AO3I1464
Fernando Bramsmark, frontside air.
AO3I1477
Zach Miller, airing over Jimmy Wilkins.
AO3I1489
Hugo Boserup, flying.
AO3I1490
Oski Rozenberg, lien.
LTG
LTG-8.3.20

Sound off in the comments below!

Join the conversation