The re-launch event brought together an eclectic mix of athletes, celebrities and industry insiders to a private beach estate in Malibu to celebrate the past and present of Vision Street Wear. Guests enjoyed the 80 degree Malibu weather, strawberry margaritas, and endless BBQaall under the watchful eye of a gathering crowd of paparazzi. In his infamous style, Jake Brown, who was a Gold Medal winner at the X Games just days before, rocked the turntables and spun tunes for the crowd well into the night. Along with Jake Brown came another X Games Gold Medal winner, Rune Glifberg, who appeared right after his win and walked out with a vintage Vision Street Wear poster under his arm from the display. Pro skaters Darrel Stanton, Jereme Rogers, Aquil Brathwait and professional skateboarder and Sirius Radio talk show host Jason Ellis were on hand to congratulate Jake and Rune on their wins.
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Bradford City 2, Burton Albion 3
And it could have been even better for them as they led 2-0 and then 3-1 on a thrilling night in Yorkshire. Calvin Zola smashed two in six first-half minutes to stun the home crowd before Nahki Wells scored from the spot after a Damien McCrory handball. With half-time looming, Robbie Weir swept home Alex MacDonalds cross to send the 600-odd Albion fans into raptures. In a nip and tuck second half, Garry Thompson netted a second for the Bantams with quarter of an hour left to set up a storming end to the encounter. But Gary Rowetts men stood firm against an aerial barrage to take their slender advantage into Sundays second leg. They set about Bradford in a confident manner and their 4-1-4-1 formation proved to be anything but negative.
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