Street skaters compete at Seward School (w/video)

If you wondered what all those skaters were doing at Seward School on Saturday, it was just part of the competetion in the 10th and final Street Battle Seattle.

Jeremy Townsend (who, according to his mom, lives in Eastlake) runs the event.


Skaters compete by showing their moves on street obstacles,like ledges and rails. Judges are professional skaters and there’s a $1,000 prize for first place. 

Skaters don’t know where in town they’ll be competing until the morning of the event. They were at Seward for a little over an hour before moving on. Check the video to see what they were doing in Eastlake. More info on the Street Battle Seattle website.

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