Adrien Raza: unstoppable in the Old Continent | Photo: DB Skimboards

Adrien Raza has claimed the 2015 European Skimboarding Cup. The last event of the season was held in Gdansk, in Poland.

It's been a long tour. The 2015 European Skimboarding Cup was held in six different countries: Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Latvia, Sweden and Poland.

Raza stormed the competition by winning five out of six contests. He didn't travel to Latvia, the only stop won by his closest rival, Mariusz Wojt.

He considers himself a flatland skimboarder, but the talented rider is quietly taking over the whole skimboarding scene in the Old Continent. Raza is French, but he lives and trains in Rotterdam, in the Netherlands.

Wojt finished the 2015 European Skimboarding Cup in second place, followed by Semjon Szillat.

2015 European Skimboarding Cup | Top 5

1. Adrien Raza (NED)
2. Mariusz Wojt (POL)
3. Semjon Szillat (DE)
4. Marek Wolkanowski (POL)
5. Jakub Pawlowski (POL)

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