Wood took the skate contest based on his overall consistency, trick variety and amplitude. The highlight was the finger flip to sack tap that he just learned this morning.
Zack Warden (BMX) and Tom Schaar (Skate) each took fan favorite in the Sony POV Action Cam Competition--
“I really like this contest format. Plus, it was so fun skating this ramp with all my friends,” said Trey Wood, who took first in the skate contest riding for Uncle Skate Charity. “It’s awesome that Sony supports the event and the Wi-Fi capabilities on the Action Cam are really cool.”
ASA Entertainment will produce a one-hour television show about the Sony Big Air Triples that will premiere on Fox Sports Net on Friday, Nov. 23 at 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. The participating pros will serve as narrators of the docu-drama style show, telling the behind the scenes stories of the event in their own words, and providing viewers unique insight into their personalities and access to their tricks through the Sony Action Cam.
Uncle Skate Charity, a leading global charity for underprivileged children with a focus on Skateboarding and education features Trey Wood on their board of directors as an honorary board member and an ambassador for their mission.
Uncle Skate is a non-profit charity for skateboarders. Their mission is to donate free skateboards to children all over the world. They connect the world through global contributions of skateboards and equipment. They help children and young adults realize their potential and build their futures. Changing perspectives and lives is what Uncle Skate prides itself on.