The Maloof Money Cup South Africa is officially a wrap and walking away from it all $100,000 dollars richer is Luan De Oliveira who emerged victorious in the pro street finals on Sunday followed by Ryan Decenzo in second and Manny Santiago in third. On the mini-mega it was Darkstar pro Pierre Luc Gagnon who took home $75,000 for the win followed by Bob Burnquist in second and Andy MacDonald in third. In addition to the contest, the small mining town of Kimberley was buzzing all weekend long with special live performances by music acts including Lil Jon, fireworks displays and, of course, world class skateboarding featuring some of the world's best pros joined by some of the best local ams in Africa. The full recap of the Maloof Cup South Africa will be screening in theatres nationwide starting tomorrow—Tuesday, October 2. Be sure to check your local listings for locations and show times. Or you can purchase tickets right HERE.
The Boss Andrew Reynonds
with a very signature-looking frontside flip over the rail.
The Boss strikes again—taking it to the stairs.
Kimberly South African locals gathering outside the arena.
was there too. Front feeble grind on the rail.
This year's mini-mega champion Pierre Luc Gagnon skies one during warmups.
Andy Mac with a sky high midnight Judo for the crowd.
The bleachers were packed. Epic stoke.