Category: Prevent This Tragedy

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E-man bombed a gnarly hill in Prevent this Tragedy. Check out this footage of him explaining the situation.
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Deciding on the closing part was tough. But when gnarly skating mixes with one of the most relaxed styles out there, it makes the choice easier.
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A good vid will make friends debate who had the best part. Guzman went on the attack here and gained a big following for his efforts.
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He's been in and out of the spotlight for years. But for many, this was essentially Andrew's debut part—and he came through.
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Pfanner, Busenitz, Appleyard, Hewitt, and many more contributed to our vid. This also has that Tom Remillard footage people were tripping out on.
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A style legend and a tech new jack shared this part. You figure out which one's which.
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Devin Appelo destroyed himself filming this part. He actually bruised both heels at the same time trying to ollie over the top of Clipper.
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The first montage in Prevent This Tragedy opens with Tommy Sandoval, closes with Brian Anderson, and includes half of the best dudes in the industry. Obviously, the other half are in the second montage.
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David Gravette's full part from Prevent This Tragedy. Also, be sure to check out the Hesh Tragedy Remix.
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US Subscribers got the DVD free with the mag, and now we're finally making it available worldwide, totally for free. Check back every weekend for new parts. First up this weekend: Sammy Baca
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Beautiful Moment Premiere San Francisco, CA Aug 30
Battle at Hastings V Vancouver BC Aug 30
Johnny Rad Show Long Beach, CA Aug 31
Noise For The Needy Long Beach, CA Aug 31
The Shrine Japan Tour Japan Aug 31
Hightower SF, CA Aug 31
Etnies Scout It Out Tour East Coast Sep 01
Meltasia Music Fest LaFayette, GA Sep 05
Lords of Seatown Seattle, WA Sep 14
740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Dustin Dollin graces the cover of the September issue, screeching a hellacious 180 nosegrind at the Hollywood Bowl. The hits keep coming inside: Matt Bennett, Jake Donnelly and Wes Kremer get grilled; Element traverses Taiwain; Vol 4 hits the road (and the spliffs) for SXSW; a 16-page photo feature blows some stoke in your eyes; EMB OG James Kelch talks Classic Graphics and Cory Kennedy talks some shit. Yeah, that'll do it. Add this one to your collection.