PEDRO BARROS WINS VANS BOWL-A-RAMA™2011!
Saturday 19th of February: After a big day of battle 15 year-old Pedro Barros skates away as back-to-back Pro winner of VANS BOWL-A-RAMA™ 2011, whilst Steve Caballero took out the Masters title for the forth year in a row.
Rotating crowds of over 5000 people were witness to some of the biggest names in skateboarding battling it out for a prize purse which gave each skater a huge incentive to get amongst the competition in the biggest BOWL-A-RAMA™ yet!
Jenn Kong, Vans Senior Marketing Manager Asia Pacific Said: “Vans BOWL-A-RAMA™ is our key skateboarding event in Asia Pacific and we’re excited the event has been elevated to a new level this year with the significantly increased prize purse to AUD 60K to keep attracting the world’s best riders, and by our decision to webcast it live on vans.com and on Fuel TV Australia to grow the global exposure.”
The event series, including the sister event Oakley BOWL-A-RAMA™ held at Waitangi Park in Wellington, has recently gone through some exciting developments including the World Cup of Skate signing a five year deal, major growth in prize purses and major sponsor alignments “We are stoked to be able to work with the best in the industry to deliver a strong event every year” Comments Chad Ford, Vans BOWL-A-RAMA™ Director. “The event keeps growing every year and brings with it the biggest skaters in the world. With the support of sponsors, media partners and World Cup of Skate, we are definitely on our way to becoming one of the most iconic skate events in history” He adds.
The other prize-winners were as follows:
1st Place Prize money = $15000 Pedro Barros (BRA)
2nd Place Prize money = $7500 Rune Glifberg (DEN)
3rd Place Prize money = $4000 Bucky Lasek (USA)
4th Place Prize money = $2500 Bob Burnquist (BRA)
5th Place Prize money = $2000 Renton Millar (AUS)
6th Place Prize money = $1600 Nathan Beck (AUS)
7th Place Prize money = $1400 RJ Barbaro (AUS)
8th Place Prize money = $1300 Nolan Munroe (USA)
1st Place Prize money = $5000 Steve Caballero (USA)
2nd Place Prize money = $2500 Mik Mulhall (AUS)
3rd Place Prize money = $1400 Lester Kasal (USA)
4th Place Prize money = $1300 Nicky Guerrero (DEN)
5th Place Prize money = $1200 Sergie Ventura (USA)
6th Place Prize money = $1100 Pat Ngoho (USA)
Images Provided by: EX Fox Sports MCR / provided by Beyond Action