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Attention all skateboarders!

The Slurpee Canada Skateboard Open is back for the summer of 2024 with three exciting stops across the country. Whether you're a seasoned skateboarder or just starting, join us for days full of fun & competitions showcasing the best skateboarding talent in Canada.

The 2024 National Team

We are proud to support Canada's National Skateboarding Team who continually impress with their unique & raw talents.

  • Samantha Secours - Street
  • Fay DeFazio Ebert - Park
  • Reese Nelson - Vert
  • Matt Berger - Street
  • Ryan Decenzo - Street
  • Micky Papa - Street
  • Cordano Russell - Street
  • Johnny Purcell - Street

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Featured: Ollie

The Ollie is the first trick you should learn when you start skateboarding. An Ollie is nothing more than a simple jump and will open the door to even more tricks. Moving or stationary, here’s a step-by-step guide to landing your first Ollie.

Foot Placement – Place your back foot across the tail, with your toes in the middle of the tail. Your front foot should be just behind the front set of bolts, you want about half your foot on the board. Pop – Bend your knees and slap the skateboard’s tail down. At that moment, you want to also jump into the air, off of your back foot. Timing is key, so it will require a lot of practice and patience. It is important that the pop is a quick, snapping motion. The Front Foot­ – As you jump into the air you want to slide your front foot up the skateboard, this will level out the Ollie. The pop and the slide are done almost at the same time. Land and Roll Away – As you and the board hit the ground, bend your knees to lessen the stress of impact.

*Please do not attempt if not under appropriate supervision.