Stephen GiangDoing work in Seattle.Following up on yesterday’s announcement that Rob Dyrdek

Stephen GiangDoing work in Seattle.Following up on yesterday’s announcement that Rob Dyrdek would be building his eighth “Safe Spot Skate Spot” in West Seattle’s Roxhill park, we spent the afternoon at KeyArena catching a preview of the pro skateboarding action the Street League Skateboarding DC Pro Tour brought this weekend.Seattle is the first stop on the Street League tour, in which pro skateboarders such as Ryan Sheckler, Nyjah Huston, Braydon Szafranski, Chaz Ortiz, and others compete for $1.6 million in prizes.We got a few minutes with Rob today, and asked him some of the most pressing questions our readers were anxious to have answered:Also, check out a slideshow of the Street League skateboarders in action today at Key Arena. Here’s a preview:Stephen GiangRob DyrdekStephen GiangRyan ShecklerStephen GiangAir time.Stephen GiangReady for competitionFollow The Daily Weekly on Facebook and Twitter.


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