Pedros Barros continued his dominating year by winning the Vans Bowl-a-Rama in New York City over the weekend. The 17-year-old Brazilian has won all three Bowl-A-Rama events in 2012.
It was the first-ever Bowl-a-Rama in New York. Held at Hudson River Park’s Pier 62 Skatepark, the competition was split into two divisions: Pro and Masters. Lance Mountain took the Masters win, followed by Steve Caballero in second and Eddie Elguera in third.
Among the Pros, no one has been able to touch Barros, who has been alone atop the world of transition skating. In addition to his win in New York, Barros this year has claimed victories at the Bowl-a-Ramas in Australia and New Zealand, the presitgious Pro-Tec Pool Party in Orange, California, and at X Games Skateboard Park in L.A.
In New York, he was joined on the podium by Alex Sorgente and Ben Hatchell, in second and third respectively. Check out some of the action below:
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