Vertual Challenge Show

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Vertual Challenge Show

A skating contest for the age of social distancing

Introducing the Vertual Challenge Show, a brand new quad skating contest where we match up skaters around the globe to compete head-to-head, trick-to-trick in a social distance skate-off. 

How it works:

Each episode four new skaters will be invited to compete. We’ll introduce the category and set 3 strick tricks (from the CIB Tricktionary) plus one bonus freestyle round. The skaters have 1 week to go and match the tricks, film their takes and submit.

What happens next?

At the end of the week, we’ll be going live on Twitch with your host, Lady Trample, and the week’s contestants. 

We’ll play each skate best entry for the rounds and talk about the personal tweaks and spins each skater added, as well as any tips or lessons learned along the way. Then, the live online audience will vote! At the end of the show we’ll introduce the ‘Best in Show’ and ‘Freestyle’ winners.

What else?

We’ll be inviting you to skate along with the contestants by announcing the trick list on our socials the week prior to each show! This means you can work on the tricks, and make sure to follow the skaters for inspiration. You can share your skating with us at #vertualchallengeshow and don’t forget to tag @cibcrew.

Where will this be?

Live on Twitch! We’ll be sure to send the links out on all our social platforms but do yourself a favor and cross out every second Thursday in your cal!

First episode is 30th July!

How do I get involved?

Want to nominate a skater, or yourself? We have limited spaces available (20 skaters over 5 episodes) however we’ll be opening spaces to the public so if you want to be considered for an episode, please fill out this form! 

Keep an eye on our socials for the first episodes contestant announcement and trick list! 

Skate safe, stay rad, and keep spreading the stoke! 

The CIB Crew

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