Biggest Skateboard event on the Costa del Sol

Credit: Town Hall

The biggest Skateboard event on the Costa del Sol comes to Rincon de la Victoria.
On Saturday, December 4, Rincon de la Victoria will host the biggest Skateboard event on the Costa del Sol. The event will be hosted at the SkatePark in Huerta Julián. The Councillor for Sports and Youth, Antonio José Martín (PP) announced the event.
“It will be an unprecedented event in our municipality that will offer all participants up to 4,000 euros in prizes distributed in different categories,” said Martín.
In collaboration with the Savial Group, the Youth Department of the Rincon de la Victoria Town Hall is organising this skate event where both children and adults can register in two different modalities: bowl and street.
The mayor commented on the exciting event: “Never before has Rincon de la Victoria hosted an event of this magnitude and we are convinced of its success due to the enormous level that exists not only in our city but throughout the province. This first Rincon de la Victoria Open Skate will be an attraction for participants from all over the province.”
Martin stated: “It will be a great day for all skate lovers, but also for sports fans and families because the day will be full of surprises.”
There will be different categories including those under 16 years of age, one for women and another for the over 40s.
Registration is free and can be made in advance through the following social networks and email: Instagram in DM, @rinconattack, or the web
Similarly, there will be collaborating establishments where registrations can also be made: Todo Santos and Copyrap Rincón
For all those who do not register in advance, registration will also be available at the event itself from 11.00 am.

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