Hey there. We made it!
One more Winterclash and one more year for the books. It took us a few days to recover and process all these moments and memories. In fact, it will take us a few more weeks at least. Winterclash 2020 once again exceeded our expectations and that’s mostly because of you. You are the ones soaking it all up, breathing Winterclash, living these moments and spreading that incomparable energy and love, creating that unique atmosphere.
Thank you for joining all the side events, for asking questions, for sharing your own stories, riding the competition or simply enjoying the full package as our guests. Thank you so so so much to our volunteers and all the people who stepped in to help with big and small tasks – you are the ones making it happen – for real! Thank you to our speakers, the panel & podcast hosts, the team behind our side events, the tradeshow partners, the media team and our beloved sponsors. Thank you to the judges, the DJs, the livestream gang and thank you to the brave park rangers as well as the one and only Miguel Martinez for running the whole show, despite being sick and a broken body (get well soon Miguel!). Thank you to Area51 Skatepark and their team for being the best possible partner for such an event and for always supporting and hosting us. Thank you to the security and first aid. Thank you Hanglosers for another insane Superbowl. Thank you Blue Collar Hotel for having us again and thank you to GRUB Events and Effenaar for hosting the Afterclash. THANK YOU to every single person who took the effort to make their way to Winterclash. 58 different nationalities have been present at this years event!!

We are now collecting photos and videos, working on the aftermovie and our judges are working on the judging report that might explain a thing or two. We will be back soon with updates, memories and news about Winterclash 2021. On to the next one. We can not wait to do it all over again.

Once again: Thank you for being awesome. We miss you already.

Much love,

Team Winterclash

(Photo: Greger Flak)

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