Kumba Skate Plaza May Be Open In Time For The Weekend!
We are hopeful that the Kumba Skate Plaza can be open by this weekend! WSGP is still waiting on Northern Cape Department of Economic Development & Tourism (DEDAT) to provide funding to fix transformers and make the facility safe to our local skaters and visitors once again...
It is with great regret that World Skateboarding Grand Prix announces the postponement of the Kimberley Diamond Cup main event originally scheduled for 3-8 October in Kimberley, South Africa.
We sincerely apologize to all our fans, supporters, and anyone effected by this decision.
Skateboarding For Hope Supported By DC Shoes, scheduled to go down this Saturday, 27 August at The Shred Skatepark in Cape Town, has been postponed.
We apologize for the inconvenience and will keep everyone updated on the status of the event.
To all Kimberley residents and SA skaters: The Kumba Skate Plaza will be closed for safety reasons until further notice. We are working with Northern Cape Provincial Government to remedy the situation and will be sure to keep the public updated on the status of the skatepark.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
The fine folk at Skateistan have been working hard over the last 2 years building a reputation in Johannesburg for the great work they do for the inner city youth and encouraging the children of Jozi to get involved in such a rad initiative...
Skateboarding For Hope Supported By DC Shoes returned to Menlyn Skatepark in Pretoria for the 2016 season on Saturday, 6 August at to host the area’s top skaters to compete for cash prizes and slots in the Rider Cup and TopGrom Championships at Kimberley Diamond Cup this October.
Ashton Banwell ended up taking his first TopGrom win and Sipo Shaka w...