Ivan Federico scored the two highest runs for the day at Vancouver.  Photo: Anthony Acosta</span>

Ivan Federico scored the two highest runs for the day at Vancouver. Anthony Acosta

Ivan Federico Has Officially Arrived!

From his first run to his last, Ivan Federico demonstrated an extraordinary overall performance to claim first place in the Vancouver Global Qualifier. This placement in his second appearance on the Vans Park Series tour, when combined with his surprising out—of-nowhere 2nd place finish in Brazil, now secures Ivan’s lead in the overall Global Challenger rankings.

Robin Bolian  Photo: Anthony Acosta</span>

Robin Bolian Anthony Acosta

Robin Bolian Stands Tall

Not far behind the Italian sensation, France’s Robin Bolian absolutely demolished Vancouver’s Hastings Park, landing trick after trick in his signature loose style. Bolian’s first Park Series podium performance earns him a spot in the top 5 Challenger rankings and a possible invitation to park terrain skateboarding’s first-ever World Championships in Malmo this August.

Cory Juneau has performed at all three Vans Park Series stops and find him self in second position on the global challengers list.  Photo: Anthony Acosta</span>

Cory Juneau has performed at all three Vans Park Series stops and find him self in second position on the global challengers list. Anthony Acosta

Cory Juneau's Dream Year Continues

Consistent finisher, Cory Juneau has been making lasting impressions at every stop on the tour thus far. Juneau’s strong result in Vancouver places him solidly in second in the Global Challenger Rankings as he heads into the final Global Qualifier event in Huntington Beach this month.

Kevin Kowalski  Photo: Anthony Acosta</span>

Kevin Kowalski Anthony Acosta

Kowalski's island of despair

Kevin Kowalski continues to astonish crowds at every stop, landing a showstopping transfer over the “island of despair” into the deep end—only the second successful attempt in the storied 15-year history of Hastings Skatepark.