Today in Stoke: Denver skateboarder Julian Christianson wins big

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Earlier this month, 303 Boards' CLFX team skater Julian Christianson won the Denver stop of the Element Skateboards Make It Count contest series at the Lafayette Skatepark, earning a trip to skate at The Berrics in California with the Element pro team and compete in the Make It Count Finals at Element's YMCA Skate Camp. He won the contest over the weekend, becoming Element's newest flow team rider in the bargain with a one-year sponsorship. Check out the videos after the jump...

Here's a clip from the Make It Count contest at Lafayette Skatepark on June 4:

Element Make it Count DENVER from Tristan Minton on Vimeo.

For good measure, Christianson also won the Denver stop of the Hometown Heroes Amateur Skateboard Tour earlier this month:

Zumiez Couch Tour Colorado from Tristan Minton on Vimeo.

This week, the up-and-comer representing Denver on the national skate scene is featured in a full "Aberrican Me: Julian Christianson" profile at core skateboarding site TheBerrics.com.

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