DownUnderGround – 2020 Australian BMX flatland championships – video contest

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DownUnderGround number 12 is now upon us. With the current global situation with Covid-19 travel restrictions are in place around the world and definitely in Australia, It is highly unlikely that a physical contest will take place. Yes this is a sad situation as all of Australian flatland riders enjoy the time when we can come together and ride and catch up with everyone. DownUnderGround first started holding a video contest back in 2013 so in true tradition of DownUnderGround a video contest will be held but this will have a twist, but you will have to wait for that information till after entrees close. Riders will need to submit their video entry by 31st October. Your video entry will form the contest for the Australian championships. Who will be the 2020 Australian bmx flatland champion? Thank you to DownUnderGround supporters – Freestyle Now and Colony BMX.

Check out the DownUnderGround Australian BMX flatland championships competition results page for a full rundown from all DownUnderGround competitions

Contest information.

The video contest is open to all Australian and international riders in beginner, expert and open classes. The video submitted will need to contain an unedited bmx flatland run similar to what you would unleash at a contest. The video must contain up to two minutes worth of riding, but no less than 1 minute. You are not judged on the quality of the video but on the quality of your riding. The video must be clear enough to show your riding. The video is judged and winners are determined just like a normal contest with the videos being posted on line for the world to view. Each rider’s video will be judged by three judges using the same criteria as the normal DownUnderGround contest format. (listed below) All videos we will loaded to our YouTube channel.

Judging criteria

Each judge (three judges) will judge the competing rider out of the three categories below. Each judge will score each category out of 20 points; the best possible score from one judge per contest run is 60 points. Each competitor will have all three judges scores added together to form that riders contest run score.

Difficulty – How difficult and complex the tricks are.

Consistency – How consistent the rider is in pulling the tricks within the contest run.(feet down, foot dab, smoothness of run)

Variety – This is left up to the judge’s discretion on what their own interpretation of variety is. This can take into account range of techniques (spinning, turbining, rolling, scuffing, stationary, pumping…) variety and range of tricks, types of tricks, combinations of tricks, front and rear wheel usage, backwards and forwards.

How to submit your DownUnderGround video

Go to www.wetransfer.com

Click on the “Add Files” button and add the video file that you want to send (don’t send a raw video as it will be to big, run it through a edit program / app to reduce the file size)

Friends email is our email – 

enter your own email and in the message, your name and details.

Click on “submit” and it’s all done. We Transfer sends us an email and we receive your video.

 

Have a look at the 2019 DownUnderGround video round, this was a bonus round for the physical contest that took place in Melbourne

 

 

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Freestyle Now – Gibb St Primary school – School assembly presentation

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Book your school assembly today and lets roll out the rad

Freestyle Now was invited to attend the Gibb Street primary school to host a school assembly presentation. The focus of the presentation was around ride your bike to school day. All the school came out for the presentation. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis and Josh Garwood invited Harry Ollier to come and roll out the rad with them to Gibb St primary school. Riding your bike to school is a great way to stay both mentally and physically healthy. Shaun spoke to the students about the importance of being active, riding a bike to school and the safety issues of riding a bike and that bike riding is a fun activity that can help with learning, self confidence and feeling happy. It was a great afternoon with all the students screaming and getting in to the presentation. They students loved it when we inverted the teachers onto the ramp to be jumped over by Josh. Defiantly a highlight for the students. To end the presentation Josh Garwood sent the double backflip.

A Freestyle Now school assembly presentation can be tailored to suite whatever message the school is currently delivering to its students. If you are wanting Freestyle Now to come to your school for a school assembly please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has ever done over the past 34 years can be found on our past stunt show page.

 

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Freestyle Now bmx stunt show – GRAMS family fun day

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“That show was really entertaining, thanks for coming to Geraldton”

Freestyle Now was at the Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service family fun day in Geraldton to performed some awesome bmx stunt shows. It was a superb day for getting rad. Freestyle Now set up the FN big jump on Maitland park in Geraldton around the other activities taking place on the day. It was a great location but it was windy at the start of the day, but steeting the ramp up so there was a tail wind helped push the Freestyle Now bmx stunt show performers up and over the jump.

Not just one backflip or two backflips, but three backflips. Precision is key when performing bmx stunt like these, it take a high level of professionalism to achieve this level of entertainment.

Freestyle Now put on some really good bmx stunt shows to entertain the crowds. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun JarvisJosh Garwood and Luke Tooze were joined by good friend and all round radical rider Nathan Joson to round out the bmx stunt show performers. Big tricks were being performed and the crowds were putting the energy back into the performance, the more noise the crowd makes the more energy the performers receive. Josh Garwood sent the double backflip in every show, he is really comfortable with them now. Freestyle Now came to roll out the rad and entertain the masses at the Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service family fun day and that is what we achieved. When it comes to entertainment Freestyle Now definitely has you covered with a high entertainment value bmx stunt show. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has ever done over the past 33 years can be found on our past stunt show page.

 

 

Be sure to give the GRAMS family fun day video a watch to see Freestyle Now in action

Clockwise from top left – While Shaun Jarvis hold his balance in a handstand on his bike, on top of the 2 metre high ramp platform, Nathan Joson send a backflip over the top while the crowd claps and cheers loudly – Nathan Joson stretched his arms out to get more lift like a bird in this 360 – Luke Tooze rotates a 350 whle he kicks the back of his bike around in a 360 at the same time – Josh Garwood checking to make sure his front wheel is not going to come off in the mid air.  More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

 

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Freestyle Now bmx stunt show – Lancelin primary school fete

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“Ive never seen a double backflip before”

Everyone loves to see a backflip on a bicycle, what about a triple backflip on a bicycle. Entertaining the crowds and performing stunts is all part of rolling out the rad.

Freestyle Now headed to Lancelin recently to perform bmx stunt shows at the Lancelin primary school fete. It was a super windy day but nothing can get in the way of Freestyle Now rolling out the RAD. The crowds were excited to see the amazing bmx stunt show performed by Freestyle Now. Its what we do , we entertain the people. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun JarvisJosh Garwood and Luke Tooze were joined by good friend and all round radical rider Nathan Joson to round out the bmx stunt show performers. The four bmx stunt show riders put on a great entertaining bmx stunt show for the crowds. Big tricks were being performed and the crowds were putting the energy back into the performance, the more noise the crowd makes the more energy the performers receive. Josh Garwood sent the double backflip for the first time on the Freestyle Now stunt show ramp. What a achievement for Josh and the Lancelin primary school fete audience to witness some radical history. The first double backflip in a Freestyle Now stunt show.

 

Freestyle Now came to roll out the rad and entertain the masses at the Lancelin primary school fete and that is what we achieved. When it comes to entertainment Freestyle Now definitely has you covered with a high entertainment value bmx stunt show. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has ever done over the past 33 years can be found on our past stunt show page.

 

Clockwise from top left – Luke Tooze spinning a 360 tail whip – Nathan Joson backflips of Shaun Jarvis doing a handstand on his bike – Nathan Joson dips a radical 360 – Josh Garwood send a vertical 360 while Shaun Jarvis balances no handed. More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

 

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Freestyle Now skatepark activation sessions – skatepark coaching workshops

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Freestyle Now skatepark coaching sessions are all inclusive for all skill levels and ages

At the beginning of 2020 Freestyle Now had a very busy first few months travelling to many locations. Some of the regional Western Australian towns that got to experience Freestyle Now skatepark activation sessions included Lancelin, Collie, Hopetoun, Bremer Bay and Eaton. In the Perth metropolitan area Freestyle Now rolled out the rad at Bullsbrook, Stratton, Guildford, Fremantle, Kalamunda, Altone and Willetton. The skatepark activation sessions were, as always, fun and productive with lots of skatepark participants learning new skills, making new friends and in some locations winning prizes.

The Collie skatepark engagement session were super rad. Freestyle Now did six sessions over January. It ended with a coaching jam session for the last session and we gave away some great prizes. A new level of confidence and skills were gained over the sessions, we could see the growth in the participants and their interactions. All participants were catered for with skateboard, bmx and scooter participants being engaged. Hope to return there soon to help roll out the rad.

 

Freestyle now squad members Shaun Jarvis, Mitchell Harris, Dylan Reese, Kareece Furneyvall, Luke Tooze and Josh Garwood attended some of the sessions at various times to help others learn how to roll out the rad. At the skatepark activation sessions Freestyle Now used our two main types of engagement, skatepark coaching sessions and skatepark coaching jam sessions. Each of these help target different participants via our engagement.

The skatepark coaching workshops are for participants to attend and learn new skills and gain confidence. These can be done in a formal way, with 5 to 6 participants per Freestyle Now facilitator or in a non-formal way with many participants able to attend, sometimes as many as 50. Each of them has its own benefits. The formal sessions are great for smaller skateparks and are usually hosted when the skatepark is closed to the public (or sections of the skatepark) and gives the participants more time with the facilitators. It is a great way to control numbers at skateparks. The advantage to informal sessions is that the skatepark remains open to everyone and Freestyle Now facilitators move through the participants helping the individuals during the course of the allotted time for the sessions.

Freestyle Now squad member Mitchell Harris is showing some participants how to put skateboards together. One of the aspects of the skatepark activation sessions is to show how to maintain and keep your equipment in good working order. Many participants don’t know how to maintain their equipment. This is an important factor of skatepark participation.

 

The skatepark coaching jam sessions are a fun way to engage participants with Freestyle Now creating mini-challenges and fun games that the participants can do at the skatepark to win prizes. This all takes place in the backdrop of our facilitators/coaches helping the participants learn new skills, tricks and gain confidence. Some of the challenges might be a long bunny hop, best trick, foot down, and effort recognition which is more aimed at the younger inexperienced participants who can’t do the best tricks. Freestyle Now makes this time a fun interactive experience for all participants including the spectators who can also get involved with cheering for the players in the games.

Most of the Freestyle Now skatepark activation sessions are normally all-inclusive catering for all ages, skills and disciplines (skateboard, scooter, BMX) working on the principle that when possible no one should be excluded. However, there are times when we do offer single discipline only sessions but these are normally formal coaching workshop sessions.

The Stratton skatepark coaching jam session was a great time, thanks to the City of Swan. Lots of fun challenges were done. Prizes were given out to the winners of the challenges. Everyone has a opportunity to participate and try to win a prize, even the participants who are not that confident or don’t have a high skill level. Freestyle Now has a all-inclusive policy to make sure no one misses out on an opportunity to learn, advance or win prizes.

 

At the Freestyle Now skatepark activation session’s fun is the driving factor. The sessions are informative and motivational. The Freestyle now instructors / facilitators are very easy going and relate to the participants well and let the participants ride at their own level and encourage progression. The workshop sessions are more than just teaching skills. There are many other potential outcomes from attending a Freestyle Now skatepark activation session. Participants learn about using the skatepark safely, skatepark etiquette and equipment care, this information is also given to parents through a parental information session. Skatepark activity involves a lot of body movement and participants learn about how their interaction of body movement with their scooter/skateboard/bicycle is highly important to achieve the skills they are seeking. Skateparks are a place where everyone has the opportunity to participate safely and without prejudice over their choice of discipline or appearance, this message is reiterated at every session. Freestyle Now facilitators are positive role models that participants can look up to and aspire to be, positive peer networks are important. At Freestyle Now skatepark activation sessions participants are given the self confidence to be themselves.

Freestyle Now also offers private coaching session with our squad members. These sessions can cater for 1 to 3 participants in BMX, scooter or skateboard and are generally one to two hours long. Cost is on application, for more information contact Freestyle Now. Be sure to check our coming events page for when Freestyle Now will be heading out to a skatepark and hosting an activation session.

Freestyle did a few skatepark activation sessions at the Bullsbrook skatepark and bmx jumps. Squad members Shaun Jarvis, Luke Tooze and Kareece Furneyvall attended on this day and helped the bmx and scooter participants learn new skills. The participants learnt a lot of basic skills, which are the building blocks to more complicated moves.

 

Clockwise from top left – Young Jack has been a regular at our skatepark coaching sessions over the last few years. It’s great to see him progress on his skateboard and scooter. Jack was at the Lancelin skatepark coaching jam session where he won a Freestyle Now “Rad Dude” t shirt in one of the challenges. – At the Lancelin skatepark coaching jam session we gave away lots of prizes. These tow skateboards were stoked to win some goodies, like a new skateboard deck and t shirt. – The bmx session at the Bullsbrook bmx jumps was a fun time. We got the participants to do things that they normally would not do. This exercise was about concentration on balance and thinking outside of the box. – The Eaton skatepark bmx session had some great participation. Freestyle Now squad members Luke Tooze and Shaun Jarvis helped the skatepark coaching participants learn new skills and gain a higher level of confidence. Confidence is the key to unlocking new skills.

 

Clockwize from top left – The Guildford bmx jumps engagement session was a great fun time. Freestyle Now hosted a coaching jam session thanks to the City of Swan. Ronan is a rad young rider and hit up this no hander during a best trick challenge. – The participants at the Guildford bmx jumps coaching jam session had a fun time. Freestyle Now made up a challenge that had teams of three riders. Each team had to include three different levels of riders, super confident, medium level of confidence to gaining confidence. The teams had to make up a run over the jumps and whichever team that the best looking run (having the three riders jumping over the jumps) would win. On this occasion it was the “eye don’t care” team won on a runoff against the “biker dudes” (each team had to come up with a name). Ronan, Campbell and Magnum all won a Freestyle Now “Life without BMX” t shirt. – The Altone skatepark coaching session had lots of participants. Here Luke Tooze who rides bmx is helping scooter riders learn some basic confidence building skills. Jumping into a ramp and landing on the scooter deck with both feet in the right position. Freestyle Now coaches are multi talented and skilled and have the ability to cross over into any discipline. – Kareece Furneyvall engaging with scooter participants at one of the skatepark activation sessions.

 

Clockwize from top left – The Bremer Bay skatepark engagement sessions were super rad, with lots of participants. One of the challenges we held is a long bunny hop jump. In most cases we put a restriction on the run up so the participants don’t have a lot of speed. This adds a level of difficulty as the slower you go the less of a distance you can jump. This also adds a safety feature into the challenge. We all know the faster you go the harder you fall. – Winners are grinners at Bremer Bay. – The skatepark activation session we held in Hopetoun had many participants. The sessions were staged over two day, one on the afternoon and one in the morning. In the afternoon session we were inundated with participants, most were beginners on scooters. Freestyle now squad member and head coach Shaun Jarvis ended up taking a group of 20 participants and teaching all the basic scooter skills so that they had more confidence when transversing the skatepark. The next day in the morning we held a coaching jam session and gave away some prizes. As you can tell by the skatepark users were stoked. – Skateboarding has a good following in Hopetoun and there were more girls on skateboard than boys. These two girls won a Freestyle Now t shirt each from the different challenges we had set for them to participate in.

 

 

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Australian Moto Grand Prix – Freestyle Now bmx stunt show video 2019

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Freestyle Now performed bmx stunt shows at the 2019 Australian Moto Grand Prix in Phillip Island in Victoria. Be sure to check out the video highlighting all of the radical experiences that we had at the Australian Moto Grand Prix and what the crowds witnessed.  This was the second time Freestyle Now had performed at the Australian Moto grand Prix and the third time at the Phillip Island venue. The first time was the 2017 Australian Moto grand Prix and the second time being the 2019 V8 Super series. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis and Luke Tooze were joined by good friends and all round radical riders Andrew Ahumada and Alec Danelutti. The first day of the 2019 Australian Moto Grand Prix bmx stunt shows were great, with perfect weather conditions, unfortunately it was all downhill from there with Saturday and Sunday being horrendous weather conditions. There were extremely strong winds and intermittent rain down pours which hampered our efforts to perform the bmx stunt shows. We missed out on just 2 of the scheduled 12 bmx stunt shows, as we scaled back the shows to match the weather conditions. Freestyle Now performed at two different venues at the Moto Grand Prix. The first was the main location with our jump box set up and the second location was a smaller show with the use of just a small jump ramp. Freestyle Now came to roll out the rad and entertain the masses at the Australian Moto Grand Prix and that is what we achieved. When it comes to entertainment Freestyle Now definitely has you covered with a high entertainment value bmx stunt show. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has done since 1986 can be found on our past stunt show page.

 

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Jigen Omotehara Instagram video compilation

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Jigen Omotehara is on the Freestyle Now recruits squad. He lives in Osaka Japan and has been riding bmx flatland since 2012 when he was 6 years old. Jigen was added to the recruits squad in November 2018. His progression in bmx flatland is diverse with using both the front and back wheel to complete his combos. He rides hard and learns quickly. At 14 years old he has a rad future in bmx flatland and a possible future world champion pro rider. Jigen won the Japan BMX freestyle federation Japan Cup in the 13 – 15 class in September 2019 with a contest run that was full of hard combos and only 2 touches. In April 2019 Jigen took out the win in the juniors class at the FISE contest in Hiroshima.

These video clips are a collection of instagram clips taken from Jigen Omotehara instagram account so be sure to check it out and give a follow. Stay rad

 

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Bunbury Action Sports Games 2020 – BMX scooter skateboard competition

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Every year competitors look forward to the Action Sports Games and this year was no different. One of the biggest scooter, skateboard and bmx skatepark competition held in Western Australia it had an awesome turn out. With a prize purse of $2000 up for grabs and $2500 worth of prizes plenty of competitors were keen.

The level of competition is forever increasing and it’s great to see younger competitors come up from the beginner into the intermediates and then start knocking on the 1st place spots in the open class. Once again the level from all the competitors was high and it was great to see some of the competitors who had been attending our coaching sessions also competing in the beginners class. There was plenty of action throughout the day but one of the most action packed was the bmx open class. Three riders were all on fire, Luke Tooze, Fabio Connetti and Jordan Minchin, all three with different riding styles and trick and skatepark lines. This one was a hard one to judge and it was not until all the points were tallied up that we got to see how close they were. With only 2 points between 3rd and 1st it was one of the most tightest competitions we have ever had. 1st went to Luke Tooze, 295 points, 2nd Fabio Connetti, 294 points and 3rd Jordan Minchin, 293 points. With 3 judges scoring over three categories and having two runs that’s a lot of numbers to add up and to get scores that close is super rad.

Other notable competitors were Rowan Cosh riding in scooter and bmx, Brax O’brien who attended the Collie coaching sessions and skated well, Kash Toft moving up to scooter open and taking 3rd, Jeremy Wilson and Tyler Gayski in the intermediate bmx class and Albie Livesley and his progression. Thank you to everyone who attended and come and got rad. We need to give a big shout out to the competition supporters, Colony BMXModus BearingsThe 4 skateboard companyRoot IndustriesGrit Scooters and of course the Action Sports Games.

Brenden Cross is like poetry in motion on a skateboard. 1st place in skate open.

Luke Tooze with an awesome line through the Bunbury skatepark. Up the ledge into the bowl. 1st place in BMX open.

Tyler Jennings in the middle of triple whip back flip. 1st place in scooter open.

Clockwise from top left – Levi Pound slashing to first in skate intermediate – Albie Livesley is a future BMX pro, definitely progressing and going bigger – It would not be a Bunbury Action Sports games without Rowan Cosh doing an X up – So stoked to see Tyson Carroll still hitting it up and getting rad on the scooter with a 2nd place in scooter open. More photos can be found on our facebook page here

 

 Bunbury Action Sports Games skatepark competition – 29th February 2020 – Official results

 Scooter Open – 1st Tyler Jennings, 2nd Tyson Carroll, 3rd Kash Toft, 4th Ayden Brown

Skate open – 1st Brenden Cross, 2nd Dan Pound, 3rd Cobey Thirsk

BMX open – 1st             Luke Tooze, 2nd Fabio Connetti, 3rd Jordan Minchin, 4th Kieran Ramsay, 5th Nathan Joson

Scooter intermediate – 1st Zech Bowman, 2nd Ray Thompson, 3rd Jake Budgie, 4th Cody Pearson, 5th Cassidy Barr, 6th Daniel Doran.

Skate intermediate – 1st Levi Pound, 2nd Austin Teede

BMX intermediate – 1st Jeremy Wilson, 2nd Tyler Gayski, 3rd Callum Sharp, 4th Brody Relph, 5th Rowan Cosh, 6th Taj Hamilton

Scooter beginner – 1st Rowan Cosh, 2nd James Principe, 3rd Franco Santella, 4th Jai Martindale, 5th Hamish Burgin, 6th Jacob Reed

Skate beginner – 1st Harry Lackhart, 2nd Brax O’brien

BMX beginner – 1st Campbell Wilson, 2nd Albie Livesley, 3rd Ryan Vince, 4th Kai Denison, 5th Imogen Denison, 6th Jacob Reed

 

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Cloverton BMX and Scooter stunt show – Melbourne Victoria

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Freestyle Now headed to Cloverton in Victoria to perform bmx and scooter stunt shows at the opening of a new pump track and playground in the housing estate thanks to P3 Events. With Freestyle Now co founder and squad member number two Georg Molnar on the mic Freestyle Now invited some good friend to come and roll out the rad. Leading the charge were Andrew Ahumada and Billy Watts both of whom have done many shows with Freestyle Now as well friends Dave McComb and Taylor Ramsdle. The squad of riders performed stunt shows over the morning and also hosted some engagement session on the new pump track. All up it was a rad event, even if it was windy, nothing can stop Freestyle Now from rolling out the rad.

Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now bmx stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has ever done over the past 34 years can be found on our past stunt show page.

Billy Watts ​checks out the jump and lets Andrew Ahumada know how wide the ramp is.

Taylor Ramsdle takes flight while Dave McComb taxis down the runway.

 

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ELLENBROOK SKATEPARK COMPETITION – January 2020 – BMX SCOOTER SKATEBOARD

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Freestyle Now hosted another skatepark competition at the Ellenbrook skatepark for bmx, scooter and skateboard competitors. The day as always was action packed with a great turn out with lots of competitors and spectators. A big thank you to the City of Swan for their support and also to our supporters Colony BMX and Grit scooters. A full list of all the competitions that freestyle Now has hosted can be found on the past competitions page here.

Everyone enjoys winning prizes. Freestyle Now always has some great prizes on offer to be given to competitors for their efforts on the competition.

 

Ellenbrook competition – 31st January 2020 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Kaeleb Sloan, 2nd Luke Longbottom, 3rd Ryley McKim, 4th Brenten Waddingham, 5th Jaron Woodley, 6th Ethan Duirs, 7th Charlie Bolta, 8th Nickolas Dosthoizan, 9th Dadyn Doyl, 10th Byron Stevenson, 11th Dj Lap.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Austin Cooper, 2nd Maison Russel, 3rd, Paul Graham, 4th Cooper Johnston, 5th Haylem Grey

Scooter open – 1st Jarrad Fortney, 2nd Zackary Cane

Bmx beginner – 1st Brenten Waddingham, 2nd Adam Waterman, 3rd Aiden McKim, 4th Albie Livesley, 5th Kayden Taylor, 6th Remy Sinclair 

Bmx intermediate – 1st Jake Welhan, 2nd Alex Tiley, 3rd Maison Russell, 4th Adam Kiesz, 5th Jordan Farrow

Skateboard – 1st Seb Coonan, 2nd Kaeleb Sloan, 3rd Luke Fitzgerald, 4th Matthew Clouston

 

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