Antonio Durao: Best of 2013 Joeface Remix

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Photo by Joe Monteleone

As if anyone needed more convincing of how good this kid is, Joeface put together an Antonio Durao “best of” clip with all the footage from his rookie of the year season. This includes clips from the Waters & Army intro part, the Transworld video check out, and the All City Showdown footage, which has yet to surface online.

Going to leave it at that. Young Damien Lillard.

Contributing filmers: James Buchmann, Richard Quintero, Evan Walsh, Jason Kinzel and Ricki Twohill. Edit: Joeface.

Alternate YouTube Link. Have a good weekend. 52 degrees tomorrow :)

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New Tony Durao Transworld Part

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Here’s another bullet point to the Ian Reid theory regarding the greater metropolitan area origins of the best New York skaters. Though dubbed as a “Video Check Out,” the 2013 Rookie of the Year’s new part is over two minutes long and a solid follow up to the Waters and Army intro from the summer. Some of this footage seems like it was also in the All City Showdown DVD (more on that soon), but maybe not. Hard to really tell with the amount of footage kids put out these days.

How long until this dude is in an actual Transworld video? Two years? One?

Filmed by Joeface. Someone rip this to YouTube to circumvent the inferior Transworld player and post the link in the comments. We unfortunately can’t do it due to the risk of them reporting it and having account limitations put in place. YouTube below :)

P.S. If you want some extra Tony footage, he has the last half minute in this Long Island montage. Spotted via Recordings of Boardings.

Waters & Army Introduces Tony Durao

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Below is an introductory part for Tony Durao, a name you’ll be hearing a lot in the future, especially when having the “best up and coming east coast skaters” conversation. Though some already heard about him due to a notable trick down the Flushing six — not unlike how Ishod was kinda known as the “switch flip down Love kid” before there was any real footage of him — the Waters & Army crew put together this intro part to get all his new footage out there. He’s pretty good at skateboarding.

Filmed and edited by Joeface. Contributing filmer: James Buchmann.

Alternate YouTube Link (won’t play on mobile, but Vimeo will.)

Previously: Tony @ the Nike GSD Barge