Published on April 10, 2020 by
  • Slam Skateboarding Magazine


Hardcore shredding the streets of Sydney.

Before the coronavirus lockdown kicked in, Sydney skateboarders were destroying the streets on the reg – this clip is a reminder of how hard this crew crush it!

Featuring Dean Parsons, Rob Pace, Charles Robertson, Rowan Davis, Jono Power, Connor Reeve, Corey Young, Jamey Foxton, Sam Sutton, Riley Pavey, Jack Paterson, Noah Smith, Jae Overton, Zach Morrison, Chris Vaughn and Sam Fairweather.

Filmed and edited by Brendan Gardoll.

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