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Jamie Shons (22)  in action at Southsea Skate Park.'Pictures: Ian Hargreaves  (113068-4)
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ONE of the longest running competitions in the history of BMX is coming to Portsmouth’s seafront.

The action-packed event will be held over the bank holiday weekend at Southsea Skatepark, in Clarence Esplanade, Southsea.

The competition, called ‘The King of Concrete’ covers all areas of the skatepark; classic bowls, fun box challenge, highest air in keyhole, flatland, spine mini, vert, highest bunnyhop and street.

The aim is to stack up the most points in all events, in the professional and amateur classes, to win the King of Concrete and Prince of Concrete titles.

Competitors will battle for more than £2,000 prize money and prizes worth more than £2,500, which are being donated by sponsors.

The event will be held from 3pm to 6pm on Friday, August 23, 10am until 8pm on the Saturday and 10am until 6pm the day after.