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Converse City Carnage skateboarding contest (SLIDE SHOW)

Converse's skate team held a clinic in Hudson River Park to kick off its two-day City Carnage event.

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Converse City Carnage at Chelsea Piers

Before the Converse City Carnage tour took over Pier 62 in Hudson River Park with performances by the Kills, Black Bananas and Viva Viva, the brand's skateboarding team offered a free shredding session in the nearby skate park next to Chelsea Piers. Pros including Kenny Anderson and Eli Reed put on a clinic for fans.

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