NASS 2019 latest drop of invited athletes

NASS once again is going to be home to world class skate & BMX talent this summer with athletes competing from around the globe! Witness the mayhem as our athletes compete for a stake in our epic £45,000 prize purse! Check out who's coming in 2019.

The second wave of invited athletes (in alphabetical order) includes:

Adrien Bulard (FRA)

Jart skateboards, Nike SB and Grizzly griptape skater Bulard hails from Haute-Normandie in France and 2019 will see his first time competing at NASS. You might have heard Bulard after his epic battle to land the backside tailside on El Toro. If not, watch the video where he rolled away from a flawless back tail to straight!


Anthony Perrin (FRA)

France’s Anthony Perrin has gained a reputation for a super-technical riding style and his self-proclaimed 'nose wheelies'. These days, Anthony takes to the streets to record his super-technical riding and celebrated 'nose wheelies' for many epic videos, as well as taking part in international BMX Street events like Simple Session.


Charlie Munro (GBR)

Charlie has impressed the judges at NASS several times, including a top ten place in 2018. His likeable demeanour, high energy and fun-loving attitude have made him popular among all skaters.


Courage Adams (NGR)

Ever since stepping on the scene, Courage’s been turning heads with unreal bike control and explosive moves. Jaw-dropping power combined with mind altering technical wizardry. Courage redefines the realms of human capability with one of the gnarliest tricks ever filmed.


Felix Prangenberg (GER)

Felix is fast becoming the biggest name in the German BMX street scene. His style and skill set is something everyone is buzzing over.


Helena Long (GBR)

Anyone who’s skated in the UK for any length of time will already be familiar with London-born ripper Helena Long. She’s been a face on the skate scene for a good 15 years, racking up coverage in magazines, in physical videos, on the Internet and entering (and winning) contests since long before the recent explosion in numbers of female skateboarders across both this country and the world.


Jack Watts (GBR)

After finishing in 3rd place at NASS 2018, we’re proud to welcome back the British rider. 2018 was a huge year for the Portsmouth rider after putting down his BMX for 3 years and we’re excited to see how he attacks 2019!


Kris Vile (GBR)

Kris Vile is one of the best skateboarders ever to come out of the UK. Like Ross McGouran and Chris Oliver, he's made his way in the skateboarding world on his own terms. He's used his talent to travel and rip, and this edit is a culmination of his latest bangers. Sit back, and feast your eyes on some good 'ol fashioned concrete destroying from Mr. Vile himself.


Robert Smith (GBR)

Riding with a goofy stance, Rob is a one of a kind skater, well-known for his unique sense of humour and for his crazy skating style – massive slams are not unusual when Rob is in the vicinity. His style makes him a perfect fit for the Newport-based Carve Wicked, a crew dedicated to skating as hard as it can.


Sam Jones (GBR)

After a 2nd place finish in the Invitational Street comp at NASS 2018, we’re excited to welcome back Sam Jones. Sam is the real deal, lacing both savage set ups and incredible tech moves. Watch his edit below, guaranteed to leave your jaw on the floor!















NASS 2019 Skate & BMX OPEN competitions are back! Check out the full list of OPEN athletes that made the cut. 

BMX Park OPEN Women's, Skate and BMX Mini Ramp OPEN competitions final rider list coming soon...

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