All the news and goings-on with Skateboarding New Zealand and its partners.
Have your say in a new skateboard participation survey — the first of its kind and scale for skateboarding in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
We catch up with Matt Markland ahead of his trip to Lausanne, Switzerland, to represent New Zealand at a World Skate Tour Street event.
The event was a huge success, thanks to the 70+ rangatahi who skated, the whānau who supported them, and our committed team. All this wouldn’t have been possible without the backing of our event and skateboard sponsors and our hosts, East Skate Club and SonSk8.
Skateboarding New Zealand and Tairawhiti Adventure Trust proudly present the 2023 Skateboard Nationals for Park, Street and Vert. The event will be held at Alfred Cox Skatepark in Gisborne from September 28 to October 1, 2023. (October 1 is the rain day.)
Skateboarding New Zealand is proud to present the 2023 NZ Secondary School Street Skateboarding Championship as part of the 2023 National Schools Championships.
This new role helps build SBNZ’s capability and shape its performance frameworks with an emphasis on supporting both coach and athlete development.
Tairawhiti Adventure Trust will again host the Skateboard Nationals competition at Alfred Cox Skatepark in Gisborne on September 28 to October 1, 2023.
Matt Markland and Jett de Haan to represent New Zealand at Sharjah, Skateboarding World Championships
We’re excited to announce that two skateboarders are representing New Zealand at the World Skateboarding Tour in Sharjah later this month.
Massive Thanks to our sponsors: Oakura Boardriders Club, Yeah Gnar NZ, New Plymouth District Council, Taranaki Tool Hire, Cunningham Construction, Spitfire Wheels (NZ), Toy Machine