It’s a wrap! After nine days and high-energy skateboarding events in three cities, this year’s edition of the legendary CPH Open competition is officially in the books. With stops in Copenhagen, Amsterdam and the finale in Berlin, the storied event showcased groundbreaking skateboarding courtesy of 150 top pros from across the globe. Participating riders hailed from Argentina, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, Slovakia, Italy, Norway, and the United States.
When the dust settled, the Monster Energy skateboarding claimed some of the top spots in CPH Open 2018 contests and side events. Racking up wins and top-three finishes in all three participating cities, 26-year-old team rider Ishod Wair from Bordentown, New Jersey, emerged as the clear MVP of the trip. International teammates Kevin Baekkel, Juan Carlos Aliste, Dario Matarollo and Marek Zaprazny also claimed podium spots at street events in Copenhagen and Amsterdam.
For a taste of the action, watch exclusive footage and edits from all three CPH Open stops on Monster Energy’s Instagram.