SUBMISSION PROCESS

1. Application Form
– To include personal details , aspirations and previous comp history

2. Trick Standards & Highlight Reel
– Up to a 90 second clip including the trick standards and then showcasing wider skateboarding trick bag as Youtube, Dropbox, WeTransfer, Reel.

 3. 45 Second line
– 45 sec line at a park of your choosing, considering of World Skate judging Criteria and considering of SBGB Pipeline Trick Standards, as Youtube, Dropbox, WeTransfer, Reel.

APPLICATION PROCESS

1. Application Form
Skaters must complete their details on the application form.

Aspirations
Skateboarders to provide us with an understanding of why you’d like to apply for the Pipeline. Please include information about how often and where you currently skate, your long and short term skateboarding goals and how, if you’re accepted, you will demonstrate a commitment to your progression. 

Previous Competition Experiences
Skateboarders to provide us with any recent competition experiences including name of event, location and any position. 

Discipline (select women’s park, women’s street, men’s park, men’s street)
If the skater believes they can meet the standards in both disciplines then two applications must be submitted.

The most preferred method when providing the video submissions is to upload to youtube and send us a link. We will also accept other video platform links e.g. insta reel, vimeo or files via dropbox. Please note, that links to multiple Instagram clips will not be accepted. Please upload a reel of your complete 1-2 minute video submission, if you wish to submit your video via an Instagram link. 

2. Trick Eligibility Standards Evidence & Highlight Reel – max 90 secs
– Skateboarders are to provide us with a video demonstrating how they meet all of the ‘Trick Standards’ for their chosen discipline.
– Using the remaining time please also provide us a highlight reel of your best tricks
– Submit as Youtube, Dropbox, WeTransfer, Reel and provide us with the link

3. 45 Second Line
– Skateboarders are to provide us with a 45 sec line in their chosen discipline at a park of their choosing
– Lines will be evaluated according to the World Skate Judging Criteria
– Skateboarders should try and demonstrate the trick standards within their lines where they can
– Video should be unedited and angle and quality must clearly show the whole run
– Submit as Youtube, Dropbox, WeTransfer, Reel and provide us with the link

STREET TRICK STANDARDS

WOMEN’S
The Skateboarder must demonstrate:

  • one BS Slide OR FS Slide on a downrail rail typically found in a skatepark (rails on a driveway, kicker to rail and rails on flatground will not be considered)
  • one BS OR FS Grind on a rail (including but not limited to rails on a driveway, kicker to rail, downrail. Rails on flatground will not be considered)
  • one spin, shuvit or flip variation down a 3+ stair or equivalent drop

MENS
The Skateboarder must demonstrate:

  • one grind AND one slide which include a trick (e.g spin, shuvit or flip variation) into or out of the grind or slide. These tricks must be executed on a downrail or hubba ledge typically found in a skatepark (rails/ ledges on a driveway, kicker to rail/ledge, and rails and ledges on flatground will not be considered)
  • one grind OR slide in switch or nollie stance. This grind OR slide must be executed on a rail or ledge typically found in a skatepark (including but not limited to rails / ledges on a driveway, kicker to rail / ledge, downrail / hubba. Rails and ledges on flatground will not be considered

PARK TRICK STANDARDS

WOMEN’S
The Skateboarder must demonstrate:

  • one BS AND FS air (with a grab) or ollie (no grab) variation a flat wall of a 5ft+ high transitioned ramp with their board and body above the ramps coping (early grabs will not be considered)
  • one BS AND one FS Grind variation on a 5ft+ high transitioned ramp
  • one BS OR FS Slide variation on a 5ft+ high transitioned ramp
  • one spin variation above 180 degrees with or without grab in a bowl or on flow bowl feature (including but not limited to flat walls, hips, volcanoes, spines, jump boxes)

MENS
The Skateboarder must demonstrate:

  • one BS air and one FS air variation on the flat wall of a 7ft+ high transitioned ramp with their board and body above the ramps coping
  • one BS and one FS Grind variation on the flat wall of a 7ft+ high transitioned ramp (5050 grinds will not be considered)
  • one BS and FS Slide variation on the flat wall of a 7ft+ high transitioned ramp
  • one 360-degree or above spin variation with or without grab in a bowl or on flow bowl feature (including but not limited to flat walls, hips, volcanoes, spines, jump boxes)
  • one flip or shuv-it variation with OR without a grab in a bowl or on flow bowl feature (including but not limited to flat walls, hips, volcanoes, spines, jump boxes)

Pipeline Application Form 2024

SBGB Pipeline is inviting applications from talented skateboarders with aspirations to complete internationally in ‘Street’ or ‘Park’ to support them by offering coaching & mentoring through a designated Hub Coach, a calendar of Skate comps and opportunity to prepare and plan for those with coach support. The programme will also provide a community for Skateboarders to be part of and form a pathway to further support. Interested Skateboarders need to: 1. Fill out this application form 2. Submit Video evidence to demonstrate trick and line standards. There are very limited spaces on the Pipeline Project and anyone not selected will have a further opportunity to re-apply in 2025.

Name(Required)
Emergency Contact Name(Required)
Address(Required)
DD slash MM slash YYYY
British Citizen(Required)
Eligible Skaters must be a British citizen and hold a British passport
What discipline are you applying for?(Required)
Which Hub are you applying to?(Required)
Skateboarders should apply to the Hub that is closest to where they live
How long have you been Skateboarding?(Required)
Please use the answer that closest meets the length of time you have been Skateboarding
Please list your competition results over the past three years including name of event, dates, locations and your position. Please also tell us about anything you're proud of. e.g. Video parts, recent trips, new learns
How often do you currently Skate?(Required)
Select answer below that best reflects how often you currently skate
1. Up to a 90 second clip including the trick standards and then showcasing wider skateboarding trick bag as a youtube, Dropbox, WeTransfer, Reel link. 2. A 45 sec line at a park of your choosing, taking into consideration the World Skate judging Criteria and of the SBGB Pipeline Trick Standards. Input as a youtube, Dropbox, WeTransfer, Reel link
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