2022 USA Skateboarding National Championships
FINALS RESULTS -
ONLINE SUBMISSION RESULTS ( Click here for Results )
CA|TF, 1410 Vantage Court, Vista, California
The digital portion of this event is open to anyone from the United States. The Semis and Finals are for contestants only and not open for public spectators.
- Judges analyze the following elements when scoring:
- Commitment, creativity, and use of entire course and features
- Distance traveled while performing various tricks
- Speed, style, flow, and power
- Lines carry weight, but innovation and difficulty are also rewarded
As a sport league that always puts the safety and wellbeing of athletes first. USA Skateboarding voluntarily adheres to U.S. Center for SafeSport rules. The current SafeSport rules, policies and procedures are available at the offices of USA Skateboarding, online at SafeSport and via the links below.
As a condition of membership in USA Skateboarding and a condition for participation in any competition or event sanctioned by USA Skateboarding, each USA Skateboarding member and each athlete, coach, trainer, agent, athlete support personnel, medical or para-medical personnel, team staff, official and other person who participates in USA Skateboarding or USA Skateboarding events (whether or not a USA Skateboarding member), agrees to comply with and be bound by the SafeSport rules, policies and procedures of the U.S. Center for SafeSport and to submit, without reservation or condition, to the jurisdiction of the U.S. Center for SafeSport for the resolution of any alleged violations of those rules, policies and procedures, as may be amended from time to time. To the extent any USA Skateboarding rule is inconsistent with the rules of the U.S. Center for SafeSport, such rule is hereby superseded.
USA Skateboarding Commitment to Safety:
USA Skateboarding is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for athletes’ physical, emotional and social development, and to ensuring that it promotes an environment free of misconduct. USA Skateboarding is committed to improving the development and safety of athletes and participants involved in sport. Unfortunately, sport can be a high-risk environment for misconduct, including child physical and sexual abuse. While child physical and sexual abuse is one type of misconduct, it is important to remember that this policy covers many inappropriate behaviors that do not involve children at all. This policy applies regardless of the ages of the individuals involved in the alleged activity.
Six primary types of misconduct addressed in the SafeSport Policy:
- Sexual Misconduct, including Child Sexual Abuse
- Emotional Misconduct
- Physical Misconduct
USA Skateboarding utilizes the definitions of these forms of misconduct as defined by the U.S. Center for SafeSport in the SafeSport Code link here. All forms of misconduct are intolerable and in direct conflict with USA Skateboarding ideals.
Having a fair and effective anti-doping program is vital to ensure that the rights of clean athletes and the integrity of competition are upheld. USA Skateboarding and The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee are opposed to the practice of doping in sport, and fully supports and complies with the policies, protocols and rules set forth by the World Anti-Doping Agency and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency in their efforts to protect clean athletes in sport. This includes cooperating with WADA and USADA in promoting fairness and equality for all athletes and respecting the autonomy of both agencies. As a condition of membership and recognition by the USOPC, National Governing Bodies and High-Performance Management Organizations must comply with national and international anti-doping codes.
Click here for more information regarding anti-doping and anti-doping policies. USOPC PAGE