This week on The Daily Habit

This week on The Daily Habit:

This ripper has been wowing skaters for years in groundbreaking Chocolate, Girl and DVS skate videos, Daniel Castillo drops in on the Habit. Plus, we head to Venice Beach to catch all the action from Daniel’s podium finish at the first stop of the Red Bull Manny Mania. And, correspondent Jordan Morris learns to schmooze at the Beverly Hills Film Festival. Daniel’s sponsors are: DVS, Chocolate, Grind King Trucks, Diamond Hardware, Val Surf Skate Shop, and Electric.

Today’s guest takes chances the rest of us wouldn’t even think about, maybe that’s why he won Spring Break Yo’self in ’06 and ’07. Zero team rider Tommy Sandoval drops in on the Habit. Plus, we go to the Transworld Skateboarding Awards to hear skaters weigh in on Legend Award winner Lance Mountain. And, correspondent Sven Barth reports from the skate demo “All About the Benjamins. Tommy is sponsored by Fallen, Zero and Krux Trucks.

AARON ROSS: 7.4.07
This hard-charger was voted “Top 5 Street Riders at the 2006 Ride BMX Nora Cup Awards. Etnies team rider, BMX stand-out Aaron Ross is here to help us celebrate the Fourth of July. And, we travel to Mexico City for a look at the frenzied fans of the “Red Bull X-Fighters. Plus, Hal Morris goes to the premiere of “Knocked Up for some parenting tips. Aaron’s sponsors are: Etnies, FBM Bike Co., Empire BMX, Odyssey Parts Company.

It’s all about Volcom for today’s guests. He just won the Playstation Am for the second year in a row, all-terrain hellion Louie Lopez is here. And, joining Louie is pro skater, award-winning director and Volcom Skate Team Manager Remy Stratton. Plus, Vice President Creative Director Ethan Anderson gives us the lowdown on a new project featuring Jamie Lynn, Ozzie Wright, and Mark Appleyard. And musical guests The Dollyrots are in the studio performing. Louie is sponsored by: Volcom Clothing, Globe Shoes, Flip Skateboards, Fury Trucks, Ricta Wheels, Fly Paper Grip and Momentum Surf and Skate shop.

FELIX: 7.6.07
Today’s guest is a prolific skater on film and he’s been known to dabble in acting, commentating, board and even fashion design, pro skater Felix is here. And, we’ve got two insane performances from the Riverboat Gamblers. Plus, correspondent Hal Morris lays down his cards with George Clooney and Al Pacino at the Hollywood Premier of “Ocean’s 13. Felix is sponsored by: Famous Stars and Straps, Shut Skateboards, Lexani Lifestyle, Independent Trucks, Ignition TV, and Rockford Fosgate.

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This week on FUEL TV’s The Weekly Update With Boost Mobile, we bring you complete highlights from the first stop of the 2007 AST Dew Tour, the Panasonic Open in Baltimore, Maryland.

In Skate Vert, Shaun White dominated for the win, while Bob Burnquist came in second, Andy Macdonald took third, and hometown hero Bucky Lasek overcame a knee injury to take fourth.

At the BMX Dirt competition, Ryan Nyquist pulled out the victory on his last run, while Cameron White landed in second and Chris Doyle took third.

Despite all the amazing performances there was a tragic moment during the BMX Dirt competition. 27-year-old Stephen Murray broke his neck attempting a back flip. He was rushed to the hospital and underwent surgery to stabilize his injuries. Murray remains under close watch at University Hospital in Baltimore.

This was the first time there was a jam format in BMX Park, and taking advantage of it was last year’s Dew Tour Champion Daniel Dhers, with newcomer Mike Spinner taking second and Dennis Enarson in third.

In BMX Vert, Jamie Bestwick continued his dominance with his fifth win in a row dating back to last year. Coming in second was Chad Kagy, while Jimmy Walker took third.

Ryan Sheckler takes the Skate Park win at the Baltimore stop, while Greg Lutzka takes second and Carlos De Andrade came in third.

In FMX, Nate Adams was back on top winning the first stop of the year, while Blake Williams took second and Mike Mason placed third.

The first day of the Panasonic Open fell the holiday Go Skateboarding Day and we’ll look at how the day was celebrated around the country.

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