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THE 2015 WILD IN THE PARTS WINNERS ARE...

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After two months of competition, the 2015 Wild In The Parts winners have been confirmed.

With huge prizes on the line, it has been great to see submissions from some of the best and well known skaters across the 2 continents.

Some of the entrants names we have seen at the Wild In The Parks of years gone by but with the new format, it has opened the door to more competitors. Some live too far from the events we have run . Others prefer film rather than the act of timed competition. This is something we have seen in all divisions and makes it clear there is a space for this format.

Now lets announce the winners!!!

BEST INSTAGRAM: $500 - Matthew Young  / @YoungDaawwg

BEST EDIT: $1000 - Jared Nicholson, Jay Runciman's edit
http://witp.volcom.com.au/2015/05/jay-runciman/

GIRLS
3rd: April Caslick - $250 + Goods from Volcom / Vans / Electric.
2nd: Vanessa Mile - $500 + Goods from Volcom / Vans / Electric.
1st: Kat Williams - $1000 + 12 month sponsorship from Volcom / Vans / Electric.

15 & UNDER
3rd:
 Oscar Hickey - $250 + Goods from Volcom / Vans / Electric.
2nd: Sam Sutton - $250 + Goods from Volcom / Vans / Electric
1st: Jay Runciman - $1000 + 12 month sponsorship from Vans / Electric (Optional)

16 & OVER
3rd:
Jesse Noonan - $750 + Goods from Volcom / Vans / Electric
2nd: Mitch Robertom - $1000 + Goods from Volcom / Vans / Electric
1st: Ben Currie - All expenses paid trip to the USA to compete in the World WITP final at the Berrics. He will also join the Volcom team on a 10 day tour through the USA, then be featured in the tour article and edit alongside the team for SLAM.

We hope you all enjoyed this new series and we can’t wait to bring it back next year, so start logging those clips.

Huge thanks to our judges Anthony Mapstone, Trent Fahey, Su Young Choi and Andrew Peters.

This event has been brought to you by Volcom Skate and our supporting sponsors Vans and Electric.

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