Recap: Grind for Life at New Smyrna Presented by adidas

Posted by Chaz Miley on Tuesday, April 12, 2016

The third stop of the Grind for Life Series Presented by adidas just went down at New Smyrna in Florida. Grind for Life is a series of all ages and skills skateboarding contests with both bowl and street divisions. The year ends in December with the Grind for Life Annual Awards at The Boardr HQ. Get the full schedule, current year rankings, results, and more at TheBoardr.com/GFL.

The Boardr bus was looking good on this beautiful New Smyrna morning. It's freshly wrapped for 2016 and the premiere of Away Days.
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It takes two boys to do one man's job.
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Jonah Clark, feeble on the bump to bar.
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Miguel Feliciano goes off the top deck.
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Tyler Kirshenbaum was in almost every heat some how and killed every one of them.
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Bryce Wettstein bringing her bowl skills to the Street Division.
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Zack Keller, back tail.
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Tyler Kirshenbaum back on the rail.
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Mike Rogers is always killing it.
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Thanks Marinela for goods.
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Travis Miller, Brandon Delgado, and Logan Radd took home the top three spots in the Street 9 and Under Division.
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Tyler Kirshenbaum, Hopper Ballaudo, and Jonah Clark took home the top three spots in the Street 10 to 12 Division.
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Jake Yanko, Sebastian Tucci, and Corey Bolo took home the top three spots in the 13 to 15 Division.
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Grace Marhoefer, Bryce Wettstein, and Mila Racco took home the top thre spots in the Street Girls Division.
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Tyler Kirshenbaum, Tyler Wolford, and Meagan Guy took home the top three spots for the Street 16 to 29 Division.
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Michael Wiegner, Garrett Coleman, and Tary Valle took home the top three spots for the Street 30 and Up Division.
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Tyler Kirshenbaum, Joseph Douglas, and Zack Keller took home the top three spots for the Street Sponsored Division.
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Devon Lawler was stoked on the Marinela Pinguinos.
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Jata and Mike taking care of the raffle.
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You can tell by this chair selection that we are near the beach.
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This couple had the best seating in the house.
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Nash Barfield showing everyone how it's done.
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Felipe Duarte is always on top of things.
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Cole Liller is just four years old!
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Grace Marhoefer as seen from the judges view.
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Bryce Wettstein, boardslide around the deep end.
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The man, the myth, the legend, Buck Smith.
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Rodney Mead with a proper boneless.
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Sam Ogden, stale fish way out of the deep end.
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Brandon Delgado, Nash Barfield, and Early Boggs took home the top three spots for the Bowl 9 and Under Division.
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Connor Lerian, Corey Bolo, and Felipe Duarte took home the top three spots in the Bowl Intermediate Division.
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Bryce Wettstein, Grace Marhoefer, and Brittany Gilchrist took home the top three spots in the Bowl Girls Division.
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Buck Smith, Steve Workman, and Omar Delgado took home the top three spots in the Bowl Masters Division.
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Bob Harkness, Tab Textor, and Dan Booger Brown took home the top three spots in the Bowl Grand Masters Division.
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Jake Yanko, Killian Horne, and Sam Ogden took home the top three spots in the Bowl Sponsored Division.
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Bryce Wettstein took home the MovieTickets.com Clip of the Day.
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Best shirt of the day goes to this girl.
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Casey and the #BoardrBus are off to Vista, California for The Boardr Am now.
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