1st: Julia Placek 🇦🇹
2nd: Melina Mahlknecht 🇦🇹
3rd: Lea Schairer 🇩🇪
4th: Aldana Bertran 🇦🇷
1st: Alex Mizurov 🇩🇪
2nd: Alex Decunha 🇬🇧 (on the left ;) )
3rd: Levi Löffelberger 🇦🇹
4th: Lewis Gerry 🇬🇧
The plaza in the middle of the city is an internationally renowned architecual masterpiece. The unique curvy concrete offers skateboarders endless lines through different transitions. However, the most iconic spot is the perfect flat area just in front of the monument, which has become the heart of the Tyrolean skateboard community.See more
The most technical of all skateboard disciplines.
Riders go head to head and have to copy each other's tricks.
16 male and 16 female athletes compete for a total prize pool of 7.500€
Thanks to our friends at DachsbauTV you will have the opportunity to see the whole competition even if you can't make it to Innsbruck on the 02.09.2023Follow here for the live stream
Of course watching pro skaters is exciting enough already, but we want you and your whole family to have an amazing time.
That's why we have several food and drink booths around the venue as well as these side activities:
Making sure we'll still have a planet to skate on, we are putting in double the effort into having a sustainable event. This includes a event-wide recycling system, spots for people with special needs, power from renewable energies, drink water fountains, vegetarian food and lots moreLearn more
The best way to get to all the other amazing skate spots around Tyrol
We are committed to make our event as environmentally friendly as possible. That's why we kindly ask you to travel to Landhausplatz via bus, train, bike (enough bike racks on-site), foot or skateboard.
It's only 200m from the Innsbruck main station and we would like to reserve the few parking spots for people with special needs.