It is with great regret that WSGP announces the official cancellation of the 2016 Skateboarding World Championships at Kimberley Diamond Cup. Read the statement here on our site:

KDC Update: KDC 2016 Officially Cancelled - Kimberley Diamond Cup
Just another reminder that the Kumba Skate Plaza is open to the public today and every Saturday until 21:00! Come and do some wallies with us.
Vote Allan Adams for the Element Make It Count Finals, he killed it and held it down for SA! Show him some love and give him a vote.

ALLAN ADAMS - Make It Count 2016 Finals
Update from World Skateboarding​ / Kimberley Diamond Cup​:

Kumba Skate Plaza to Reopen Tomorrow, 8 October!

As many of you know, WSGP has been working diligently in trying to get Northern Cape Provincial Government (NCPG) to fix the neglected transformers for almost two months now. Today we finally received an email from The Department of Public Works that the transformers are cleaned up...
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This Saturday's scheduled Skateboarding For Hope event at The Shred has been postponed. We will keep everyone updated on the status of the event and apologize for any inconvenience.
To all Kimberley residents and SA skaters: The Kumba Skate Plaza will be closed for safety reasons until further notice. We are working with Northern Cape Provincial Government to remedy the situation and will be sure to keep the public updated on the status of the skatepark. We thank you for your patience and apologize for any inconvenience.
Kimberley ripper Jaydan Klaasen bigspins to boardslide last Friday evening at the Kumba Skate Plaza. Eager to see what the Kimberlaaities have in store this weekend!
Khule Ngubane puts down the first (and probably last for a while) switch bluntslide at the Skateistan South Africa skatepark at the opening of their school facility in Johannesburg on Sunday. More photos and video from the event here on our site:
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Check out this short edit we put together from the Skateistan South Africa skate school facility opening yesterday in Johannesburg. Thanks again Skateistan for your hard work and dedication to helping out the children of inner-city Johannesburg!
Tony Hawk teaches a young Johannesburg girl the ways of the skateboard yesterday morning at the Skateistan South Africa skate school opening yesterday in Maboneng.
David Loy nosegrinds to yank in at Germiston Bowl earlier today in Johannesburg.
Congrats Skateistan South Africa on opening your skate school & skatepark today in Johannesburg! Thanks to the Skateistan SA & global team for all their hard work towards bettering lives of young individuals through skateboarding.
Rudi Jeggle
#kdcskate #skateistan #skateistansouthafrica #johannesburg
If you're in Johannesburg be sure to stop by Germiston Bowl today to watch Tony Hawk and friends kill it!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this weekend's Skateboarding For Hope event in Bloemfontein has been postponed. We apologize for any inconvenience and we will be sure keep everyone updated on the new date.
Throwback to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where volunteers from all over the world built Ethiopia's first skatepark in April. You can donate more to Addis Skatepark to help build their loaner board program at the skatepark here: [ Link ]
#Sudan will be host to the next African Skateboarding Championships National Qualifier! All Sudanese skaters be sure to pitch up at Omdurman Cultural Centre this Saturday for a chance to win an all expenses paid trip to South Africa this October to represent Sudan in the African Skateboarding Championships at Kimberley Diamond Cup!
#kdcskate #africanskatechamps
Happy Women's Day from all of us at Kimberley Diamond Cup! We're stoked to see a steady rise in female participation in our weekly skate lessons and monthly Girls Skate Session programs at the Kumba Skate Plaza and we hope to see it continue to rise in the months and years to come. Keep ripping out there, ladies!
#kdcskate #womensday
7 year old Ashton Banwell ollies the double set at Menlyn Skate Park this past weekend at Skateboarding For Hope Supported by DC Shoes in Pretoria. Check the event recap here on our site:
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Werner Lamprecht Photography