Make It Count

Make It Count 2017: Sendai, Japan

Make It Count 2017 Sendai, Japan

The Make It Count contest is finally held in Sendai City, Miyagi prefecture, which is the local element of Element Rider Naoe Abe, Ryota Abe! On the 3rd of June (Saturday), the 3rd race was held in Rakuten Baseball with a special skate park only for one day, multiplied by a ticket to the domestic final war in 2017. This place is an area adjacent to Rakuten baseball stadium called "Kobo Park Miyagi Smile Glyco Park", which is usually used as a space for [...]

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Make It Count 2017: Kumamoto, Japan

Make It Count 2017: Kumamoto, Japan

Make It Count Contest The second race of 2017 was held at UKIUKI Park in Kumamoto Prefecture under the cooperation of local shop OLLI representing Kyushu. In addition to skate parks, this UKIUKI park is a rare comprehensive facility in Japan with snowboard parks and BBQ facilities that you can practice in the summer.

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Make It Count 2017: Tokushima, Japan

Make It Count 2017: Tokushima, Japan

On the last Saturday, April 22 (Sat), Make It Count contest opening campaign in 2017 was held at Anan Skate Park in Tokushima Prefecture (Official name of park: Hanoura Health Sportsland Skate Board), Shikoku is a local pro representative of Tokushima Prefecture It was held with the cooperation of Shop Waum and Anan Skateboard Association. This Anan skate park is composed of triangle, square, circular curve section, slapy, wall, bank [...]

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Make It Count 2016: And The Winner Is…

Make It Count 2016: And The Winner Is...

This year’s Element Make It Count series was the first of its kind, awarding six Finalists with all-expenses-paid trips to Barcelona to film parts and skate with the Element team. But there was an added twist: YOU reviewed the footage and YOU picked the winner! Ohhhh, and all that power definitely went to your heads. Thanks to everyone for scoring! And this guy thanks you, too.

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Make It Count 2016: Jordan Sharkey

Make It Count 2016: Jordan Sharkey

All six Element Make It Count Finals winners spent a week in Barcelona filming solo parts alongside the Element team. Must be nice, right? The UK’s Jordan Sharkey is the Europe MIC winner, and Evan Smith was his mentor in Barcy. After you check out his part, click the image above to score it!

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Make It Count 2016: Vinicius Santos

Make It Count 2016: Vinicius Santos

All six Element Make It Count Finals winners spent a week in Barcelona filming solo parts alongside the Element team. Must be nice, right? Brazil’s Vinicius Santos is the South America MIC winner, and Dominick Walker was his mentor in Barcy. After you check out his part, click the image above to score his part!

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Make It Count 2016: Noah Nayef

Make It Count 2016: Noah Nayef

All six Element Make It Count Finals winners spent a week in Barcelona filming solo parts alongside the Element team. Must be nice, right? Sydney’s Noah Nayef is the Australia MIC winner, and Dominick Walker was his mentor in Barcy. After you check out his part, click the image above to score his run!

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Make It Count 2016: Allan Adams

Make It Count 2016: Allan Adams

All six Element Make It Count Finals winners spent a week in Barcelona filming solo parts alongside the Element team. Must be nice, right? Cape Town’s Allan Adams is the South Africa MIC winner, and Madars Apse was his mentor in Barcy. After you check out his part, click the image below to score his run!

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Make It Count 2016: Ryo Sagawa

Make It Count 2016: Ryo Sagawa

All six Element Make It Count Finals winners spent a week in Barcelona filming solo parts alongside the Element team. Must be nice, right? Ryo Sagawa is the Japan MIC winner, and Madars Apse was his mentor in Barcy. After you check out his part, click the image below to score his run!

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Make It Count 2016: Eli Williams

Make It Count 2016: Eli Williams

All six Element Make It Count Finals winners spent a week in Barcelona filming solo parts alongside the Element team. Must be nice, right? Atlanta, Georgia’s Eli Williams is the North American MIC winner, and Evan Smith was his mentor in Barcy. After you check out his part, click the image below to score his run!

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