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Presented the Lima 2020 artworks by the Peruvian street artist Fiasco

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The Skate Open Marathon – 42,195km - will be run on April 5th at the wonderful “Parque Kennedy” in a 14km circuit, along the Avenida Arequipa. For the very first time World Skate has opened the Marathon to the categories Kids&Cadets - on 6km - and Fitness – on 14km- and introduced Prize Money.

Skaters can register only following this link and registration will give the chance to win also 2-nights free accommodation.

World Skate Open Lima 2020 will be the perfect opportunity to visit Peru: one of the world’s most varied countries in terms of history, natural reserves and gastronomy. With 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 84 of the planet’s 117 life zones, you will experience touching landscapes and astonishing culture.

World Skate Open Lima 2020: It’s just one month to go and we are glad to share with you the awesome artwork of Peruvian street artist Fiasco (Check HERE Fiasco's profile on Instagram).

Here we have two “chamanes”, or shamans, the ancient Peruvian “witch doctors” whose deep bond with nature can easily remind us the relationship skaters have with the wind, the sky and gravity.

Peru is a country with more than 5,000 years of history and these mystical modern skateboarders also carry some graphic elements of the cultures of ​​the Peruvian territory. Where the Andes meet the Amazon Rainforest, where a culture called Awajún replicates the geometry of the Universe through the drawings in their crafts.

We are confident that OUR “chamanes” will lead us safely through this amazing event in Lima.