Recap: Grind for Life at Knoxville Presented by adidas

Posted by Chaz Miley OLD on Monday, September 28, 2015

The Grind for Life Series Presented by adidas just expanded out of Florida with a new stop added in Knoxville thanks to Ignition Church and the skateboarding community there.

The #BoardrBoys will do whatever it takes to make sure everything goes as planned.
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Nash Barfield wasn't taking his feet off this ollie for anything.
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The stands were filled with orange and white until the University of Tennessee game started. Then we got to see who the true skateboarding fans were.
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Fabiana Delfino was ripping all day. Thanks for coming to every stop!
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This is what $100 woth of raffle tickets look like. Needless to say we won a few things.
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The Body about to raffle off a signed Christian Hosoi board.
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Mike Rogers and Jorge Angel raffling off some amazing prizes.
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Nash Barfield, Josh Hightower, and Tyson Butler took home the top three spots in the Street 9 and Under Division.
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Elijah Allred, Ronan Livingston, and Dominic Allred took the top three spots for the Street 10 to 12 Division.
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Adam Tyler, Nick Peterpaul, and Felipe Duarte took the top three spots in the Street 13 to 15 Division.
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Meagan Guy, Fabiana Delfino, Grace Marhoeffer, and Olivia Black took the top four spots in the Street Girls Division.
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Thanks Jorge for picking up the #BoardrBoys lunch tab.
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Punk rock is alive and well in Knoxville.
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Howie Gordon pulled this little board out in the middle of his run.
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Erik Phillips was the only one I saw skating this thing. He did this blunt kickflip to regs like it was nothing.
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Cory Fisher, Howie Gordon, and Charles Breeden took the top three spots for the Street 16 to 29 Division.
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J.D. Murr and Mike Rogers took home the top two spots in the Street 30 and Up Division.
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Chris Jata helping out with the awards.
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Tyson Zane, Jake Wooten, and Erik Phillips took home the top spots for the Street Sponsored Division.
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Ronan Livingston is only 12 years old.
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Gabe Dail must have been in a hurry to get somewhere because he was flying around this bowl.
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She didn't make it in her run but Grace Marhoeffer's invert was the highlight trick for me.
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The man behind Grind For Life, Mike Rogers, killed in the Masters Division.
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This stunt took Nate Holder right to the top spot in the Bowl Masters.
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Collin Graham could have skated in the 30 and Up because he was skating like a grown man.
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Jack Winburn destroyed the bowl all day long.
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Nash Barfield was the only skater under 9 willing to hop in the Peanut Bowl and rip so he took home the top spot in the 9 and Under Division.
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Ronan Livingston, Gabe Dail, and Elijah Allred took the top three spots for the Bowl 10 to 12 Division
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Anderson Baker, Colby Simmons, and Weston Clark took the top three spots for the Bowl Intermediate Division.
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Fabiana Delfino, Grace Merhoeffer, and Olivia Black took home top three for the Bowl Girls Division.
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Jay Cabler and Donnie Williams took home top spots in the Grand Masters Bowl Division.
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This little guy ate so many Marinela snacks that he had to find a ride to the car.
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The #BoardrBoys had a blow out, but Casey Wayne had us back on the road in no time.
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Nate Holder, J.D. Murr, and Mike Rogers took home top spots in the Bowl Masters.
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Jack Winburn, Jake Wooten, and Collin Grahm fook the top spots for the Bowl Sponsored Division.
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It rained almost the whole time the #BoardrBoys were in Knoxville, but the skate gods had our back and gave us just enough sun to run the Contest. Thanks to everyone who was a part of the first GFL stop in Knoxville. Let's make it bigger and better next year as usual!
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