Published on June 11, 2020 by
  • Slam Skateboarding Magazine

Filmed over the past year or so, enjoy a raw cut of footage from Orion Stefanidis featuring some of Sydney skateboarding’s brightest stars.

In order of appearance, Noah Nayef, Mike Mieruszynski, Gary Almeida, Ben Hennessy, Cameron Markin, Tristan Jewell, Rowan Davis, Riwaz Kazi, Noah Smith, Jack Paterson, Riley Pavey, Sam Sutton, Dean Palmer, Chima Ferguson, Karl Dorman and Sammy Winter.

Filmed and edited by Orion Stefanidis. Noah Nayef photo by Riely Walker.

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