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Sonic Generations of Skate is one of the many competitions that has been held at "The Clash at Clairemont" (also known as clash 7), skateboarding event for cancer research. The contest is supported by Sega and sponsored by Sonic Lost World.[1]


The event is a half pipe contest in which three generations of skaters competed. The contest includes individual runs, high air, best trick and team doubles. The event has been brodcast on Fox Spots Networks (and its affiliated regional sports networks) on 1 June 2013.


The Competitors are all from the past three Generations of skateboarding:

  • 1st Generation: Tony Hawk, Mike McGill, Kevin Staab and Sergie Ventura.
  • 2nd Generation: Andy Macdonald, Pierre Luc Gagnon, Bucky Lasek and Lincoln Ueda.
  • 3rd Generation: Adam Taylor, Elliot Sloan, Paul-Luc Ronchetti and Mitchie Brusco


  • The three generations of skaters resembles the three generations of stages in Sonic Generations (Classic, Dreamcast and Modern).
  • This is the first sporting event Sega was invovlved in since the '90s (during the '90s, they supported the JEF United Ichihara Chiba football team).




  1. Sonic Generations of Skate Presented By Sonic Lost World. SEGA Blog. Sega (30 May 2013). Archived from the original on 7 June 2013.
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