World’s best skateboarders announced for National Championships

Skateboard GB can today announce the full list of skateboarders who will compete at the Skateboard GB x Habito National Championships, which will take place over 2 weekends next month.

The confirmed names include skateboarding superstar Andy Macdonald, Team GB’s Olympic competitor Bombette Martin and last year’s park competition winner Alex Hallford.

British skateboarders were invited to enter the open event last month by providing video evidence of their ability and the final list was decided by a SBGB panel, based on a selection criteria.

Andy Macdonald is a professional skateboarder of almost 30 years and holds the record for most medals ever won at the X-Games in the Vert discipline. He has appeared on various skateboarding video games, delivered a speech at the White House and regularly skates with his good friend Tony Hawk.

Bombette Martin, 15, originally from Birmingham was the first ever skater to drop in and compete at the Olympic Games Park Skateboard Event in Tokyo last year. In addition to her performance at the Olympic Games, she was also the winner of the National Championships in 2021. The street competition will feature Alex Decunha who narrowly missed a place at Tokyo 2020.

This year’s competition introduces a new format for the championships, with the Park (in Hemel Hempstead) discipline and Street (in London) discipline being split into two separate events with qualifying events and finals being held over two different weekends, with a combined prize fund of £26,000.

The National Championships would not possible without the amazing support of our sponsors: Habito, Tech Deck, SkateHut, Bullet, Birdhouse, Arbor, Reyt and Aquapax.

A full competitor list is outlined below.

Male Park Event Competitors

Alex Griffiths

Ethan Hardiman-Doody

Nathan Hines

James Fuller

Tay Cunningham

Daniel Mappledoram

George oneill

Lj Pheonix

Joe Atkins

Charlie Prosser

Lee Blackwell

Jack Wallbridge

Tommy Calvert

Matthew Wood

Callum Grundy

Kayo Martin

Greg Nowik

Andy Macdonald

Phoenix Sinnerton

Jesse Thomas

Alex Hallford

Ben Plumb

Jordan Thackeray

Tim Alexander

Akin Hendricks

Ross Patrick

Chris Baillie

Trevor Johnson

Logan Dell Wilkinson

Kieran Menzies

Rio O’Byrne


Female Park Event Competitors

Daisy da Gama Howells

Alana Berry

Zaynab Miah

Jasmine Gordon

Izzi Wilkinson-Campbell

Paige Bassom

Lilly Strachan

Ruby Dolan

Molly Seed

Lois Taylor-beckford

Bombette Martin

Isla Baker

Grace Bennett

Olive Newman

Rosa Lynch

Lola Tambling

Carys Connolly

Olive Newman

Ruby Dolan

Stefani Nurding

Marieme Corlett




Male Street Event Competitors

Logan Dell Wilkinson

Kieran Menzies

Tommy Corbridge

Charlie Arlett

Joe Hinson

Dominic Parry

Josh Hay

Adam Kay

Steve Robinson

Marcos Baines

Byron Miles

Sam Mason

James Wright

Nile Emmanuel

Nathan Clancy

Jordan Sharkey

Luke Aucott

Cullen Green

Josh Briggs

Jack Winn

Gabriel Gorman

Jamie Manning

Oscar House


Lewis Gerry

Evan Johnson

Andre Davis

Kris Vile

David Farnsworth

Finn Naughton

Leo Turner

George Poole

Gabe Gorman

Matthew Kelly

Gabriel Martins Mendes

Josh Poole

Niall Gilroy

Dan Katchj

Charlie Bach

Alex Decunha

Harry While

Etienne Turnbull

Chris Oliver

Jack Thompson

Evan Johnson

sam pedrick

James White

Tylo Sterling

Karim Keita




Female Street Event Competitors

Nuryn Ariana Binti Zaid Fitri

Elise Smart

Darcey Turner

Ayva-Mae Whittenbury

Jade Danielle Boucher

Sophie Winton

Lily Lu-Zheng

Samantha Bruce

Annie Sheldon

Daisy Buchanan

Carys Connolly

Kitty Davies

Francesca Stroud

Stefani Nurding

Marieme Corlett

Miriam Nelson

Roxanna Howlett

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