Lost Bowl Contest Photos
Last weekend the Lost Bowl in Richmond, VA had its first contest in their concrete paradise. Invite only, seven heats of three. It wasn't blown out with tons of spectators and there were no judges with score cards trying to get a pay check. The skaters were the judges and voted for who killed it throughout the day. Shredding went down and money was handed out. In the end Cody Chapman walked away with a well deserved win! Congrats Cold Dawg!
Words and photos: Rhino
Lost Bowl overview
Virginia in the house, Kyle Berard lien disaster
Jack Fardell boosts a boneless
Willis Kimbel Andrechts a tight 1/4 pipe
Local ripper Jake Hilbish madonna
VA Beach’s Berard and Bradford
Chris Russell blasting for the non high air contest
Daniel Vargas back nose grind over the doorway
Ben Hatchell, half-Cab front bluntslide
Chris Gregson front blunt in the backyard pool
John Gardner, boneless into the pool
Fardell over the hip
Kevin Kowalski, shed ride boneless
Russell muscles up an eggplant
Josh Borden front nosegrind over the hole
Seasoned veterans Childress and Partanen
Gilbert Crockett sighting
Best trick contest over the ladder, Gregson frontside flip
Holy dopple ganger!
Cody Chapman huge boneless
Cody, 1st place
Congrats Cody, don’t spend it all in one place!
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