Empire Games Wall of Death

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Once again time to put some of the actual “skate” in Skate and Annoy. The Empire Games are back at it again with Wall of Death, this time going for height instead of length. Phil Dulude had the high water mark at 15ft.

The Empire Games “Wall Of Death” presented by Converse was a wild one! The concept was simple, whoever went the highest would be taking home the cash. It was Phil Dulude who was able to clear the 15ft marker and take home the victory along with $1000 cash, Justin Healey earned himself $300 coming in 2nd by clearing 14 ½ ft; Sam Lind & Cody Cormier tying for 3rd both making it over 14 ft, $100 each. The Empire Games are Presented by Converse Cons in association with Volcom, Spitfire wheels, Polar skateboards, Exposé magazine and KingShit magazine.

7 Comments

  1. Skatchface on August 19, 2015 - Reply

    Think they could have gone higher w/ a bigger starting ramp

  2. what is the radius of the transition? still looks like a fun event.

  3. talentlessquitter on August 20, 2015 - Reply

    Dumbasses without kneepads. I’m sorry.

  4. tallboycan on August 20, 2015 - Reply

    This is exactly what skateboarding should be. Hells yeah!

  5. 15 feet up with a little 6 foot tranny below? Probably better off without knee pads. Just thinking about going to my knees from that high on that makes me nauseous.

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