The best Spanish skaters
1. Daniel Leon (@danny_leon)
Born on December 1, 1994 in Móstoles (Madrid province). He has been skating since he was 9 years old and performs perfectly in the disciplines of park, mini-ramp, street, and bowl, although it is in the latter where he stands out the most.
Danny Leon started 2019 by overcoming the quarterfinals of the tournament Dew Tour Long Beach 2019 staying in the eleventh place, and then getting a creditable twelfth position in the semifinals.
He continued to get the second place in the quarterfinals of Nanjing International Skateboarding Open Tournament 2019. In the semifinals he could not overcome the twelfth position.
Already at home, in O'Marisquiño 2019, the skater Danny Leon was made with the victory in Mini Ramp and fifth position on Street and on Red Bull Bowl Rippers de Marseille 2019 achieved a fabulous third position.
His last great result was in the Sao Paulo Street Skateboarding WC 2019 staying in twenty-first place in the quarterfinals.
2. Jaime Mateu (@jaimemateu)
Skater born in Palma (Mallorca) in 1995. He is a rampero and he works especially in the disciplines of street and mini-ramp.
At Tallinn Simple Session 2019 started the season with a great fourth place at the end of street.
The summer started with a meritorious seventh position in the final of the tournament Dew Tour Long Beach 2019. He continued his successful summer with a third position in the Red Bull Roller Coaster Munich 2019.
Magnificent month that started with a triplet in Mjosskate 2019 in Norway getting the victory in Bowl, Park and Street modalities. He continued to get the sixteenth place in the semifinals of Nanjing International Skateboarding Open Tournament 2019.
August was not a bad month for Jaime Mateu, in the Vans Park Series Pro Tour France 2019 in Paris stayed in fifteenth place in the semifinals. But this month's jackpot was the victory in the Red Bull Bowl Rippers 2019 from Marseille.
This month was almost the calmest, getting the twenty-seventh place in the quarterfinals of the Sao Paulo Street Skateboarding WC 2019.
Fifth position in the end of the ANOC World Beach Games 2019 of Qatar.
The skater Jaime Mateu closed the year in OI Skate Total Urbe Open-Street / Park Skateboarding 2019 in Rio de Janeiro reaching the second place in the qualifying rounds and the eleventh place in the quarterfinals.
3. Daniela Terol Méndez (@daniela_terol)
Skater born in Barcelona on October 26, 2008. She is considered one of the great young promises of female skateboarding at European level. He started skating when he was only 6 years old.
The young skater Daniela terol started the season in the Vans Girls Combi Pool Party 2019 with a fourth place in the category of skaters under 14 years old.
Summer would occupy the fort of the season of Daniela terol. Got a great victory in the Vans Park Series Women's Regional Finals 2019. He then achieved a fabulous eighth place in the finals of the Vans Park Series Pro-Tour 2019 in Paris overcoming two previous rounds in which he achieved a Third place Y seventh place.
And I would close the season by occupying the ninth position in the semifinals of 2019 Vans Park Series World Championships in Salt Lake City.
4. Andrea Benitez (@andreabntzz)
Skater born in Algeciras (in the province of Cadiz) on September 29
1994. He has been skating since he was 10 years old and works mainly in the specialty of street.
5. Marcel Cama (@ marcelcama.o)
Skater born in San Martí Sarroca (Barcelona) on August 19, 2002. He has been skating since he was only 4 years old.
6. Paola Flores (@ paolaflores90)
She is a skater born in Argentina but is Catalan by adoption. It is goofy and his favorite discipline is bowl.
7. Julia Benedetti González (@ juliabenedetti_sk8)
Skater born in La Coruña in 2004. She has been skating since she was 5 years old and works mainly in the modality of bowl.
8. Diego Doural (@diegodoural)
9. Diego Cano (@ diegocan0)
Skater born in Colombia in 1990 but moved to Las Palmas de Gran Canarias as a child. Skate since the age of eleven, is goofy and works mainly in the modality of street.
10. Joan Galceran Montoro (@joangalceran)
Skater born in 1992 in Tarrasa (Province of Barcelona). He started skating when he was 11 years old. regular and mainly skates the modality street.
11. Alain Goikoetxea (@alaingtx)
Skater born on April 11, 1977 in Algorta / Getxo (Vizcaya).
It is goofy and patina of all but especially the modality of mini-ramp. Besides skating, he is also the national men's skate coach.
12. Adrian García Carceles (@adriangcarceles)
Skater born in Murcia in 1992. Skates goofy.
13. Mar Barrera Mauri (@marsbarreramauri)
Mar was born in Barcelona in 1996. Mar skates all types of skateboarding and is just as fond of the modality street like skating on the track.
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14. David Castells (@dcastells)
Skater born in Barcelona on November 20, 1989. Skates goofy and performs better in the modality street.
15. Jose Manuel Roura Ortega (@jmroura)
Skater born in Barcelona in 1975. He started skating when he was 15 years old and
he performs with ease in all forms of skateboarding.