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Skateboard Marathon 2015 Official Video

Here is the official 2015 Skateboard Marathon video.


 

The 2015 Adrenalina Skateboard Marathon in San Diego, California. A 26. mile race on Skateboards set to promote health, fitness, action sports and to raise money and awareness for parkinson’s research (Summit 4 Stem Cell).

The 2016 Skateboard Marathon will take place in San Diego, Nov 20th.

Music Remix by Eric Clapman

 

Race Results – Skateboard Marathon

Congratulations to all the skaters that participated in 2017.

View Race Results from 2017

Here are the results:

Overall Women Open Division Results:

  • 1st Place – Alyssa Monteiro – Chicago IL
  • 2nd Place – Hopemarie Jackson – Everett WA
  • 3rd Place – Kira Sterling – Palo Alto, CA

Overall Men Open Division Results: (these guys came in at the finish line within a second of each other)

  • 1st Place – Kiefer Dixon
  • 2nd Place – Kyle Yan
  • 3rd Place – Eric Palmer
  • 4th Place – Colby Cunnings


 

2016 Adrenalina Skateboard Marathon

 

CLICK HERE to see the Race Results from 2016.

OPEN 2016 MEN:

  1. Kyle Yan (New York, NY) – 1:33:30
  2. Jeffrey Vyain  (Morrison, TN) – 1:33:31
  3. Joe Mazzone (Moperville, IL) – 1:34:56

OPEN 2016 WOMEN:

  1. Alyssa Monteiro (Chicago, IL) – 1:55:56
  2. Calleigh Little (Milford, CT) – 1:59:05
  3. Kira Sterling (Palo Alto, CA) – 2:17:23


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2015 Skateboard Marathon

The race results are in for the 2015 Adrenalina skateboard marathon.

Congratulations to Thomas Slager and Joe Mazzone who were neck to neck the entire race and fought it out all the way to the end where Mazzone took a spill while crossing the finish line.  And placing 3rd overall, Kyle Yan who threw down a challenge saying that he is coming back for first place next year!

The new Skateboard Marathon Queen is Allyssa Monteiro from Chicago who took the title from reigning champion San Diego’s Lexi Hutchings.

What an amazing day and an awesome race.  Thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers, athletes and everyone who helped make today happen, especially Pablo Lanatta!

View Race Results 

View Overall Results PDF