Epic Competition at Cooloongup Skatepark!

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Freestyle Now was stoked to roll into Cooloongup Skatepark for another rad competition on April 12th, 2024. Big shoutout to the City of Rockingham for their invaluable support in making this event happen. The vibes were high, the tricks were insane, and the crowd was absolutely pumped!

The BMX Beginners kicked off the day with some serious heat. Liam Rhodes rode like a champ, taking the top spot, with Dexter Pearce and Aaron Murray pushing hard to snag second and third. Archie Welten totally owned the BMX Intermediate category, showing off his skills and leaving the competition behind.

Over in the Skateboard divisions, Kai Radicioni led the pack in the Beginners, with Scarlett and Opal Harrington close behind. Madison Brown was on fire in the Skateboard Intermediate, taking first place and setting the bar high, followed by Lali Perroni and Zara Jones.

The Scooter events brought the stoke to another level. In the Beginners category, Thomas Holl rode to victory, with Zane Morey and Stanley Pearce rounding out the podium. Eli Stokes dominated the Scooter Intermediate division, with Noah Ladhams and Shaun Tateishi not far behind. The Scooter Open was a fierce battle, but Ian Tsuzuki Botta took the win, with Brandon Black coming in a strong second.

The Cooloongup Skatepark competition was a massive success, thanks to the incredible talent of all the riders and the fantastic support from the City of Rockingham. The energy from the crowd fueled the competitors, making it an unforgettable day of action sports. Stay tuned for more epic events from Freestyle Now!

Clockwise from top left – Ian Tsuzuki Botta, Scooter champion, boosting off the extension – Kai Radicioni, First place Skateboard Beginner, rocking out in the bowl – Dexter Pearce showing us how he nails a no hander – Maddison Brown who came away with 1st place in the Skateboard Intermediate 

Cooloongup Skatepark Competition 12 April 2024 

BMX Beginner – 1st Liam Rhodes, 2nd Dexter Pearce, 3rd Aaron Murray, 4th Zack Ballantyne, 5th Arthur Pearce, 6th Max, 7th Thomas Holl, 8th Malachi James Hofer, 9th Eli Welten, 9th David Donald

BMX Intermediate – 1st Archie Welten

Skateboard Beginner – 1st Kai Radicioni, 2nd Scarlett Harrington, 3rd Opal Harrington, 4th Liam Phizacklea

Skateboard Intermediate – 1st Madison Brown, 2nd Lali Perroni, 3rd Zara Jones

Scooter Beginner – 1st Thomas Holl, 2nd Zane Morey, 3rd Stanley Pearce, 4th Arthur Pearce, 5th Levi, 6th Dylan Green, 7th Kyran Nannup Edmonds, 8th Mason Shaw, 9th Declan Green, 10th Malachi Hofer, 11th Henry Pearce, 12th Noah Sargent

Scooter Intermediate – 1st Eli Stokes, 2nd Noah Ladhams, 3rd Shaun Tateishi, 4th Rhyder Howard

Scooter Open – 1st Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 2nd Brandon Black
 

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Mandurah Action Sports Games 2024: Epic Action, Electrifying Atmosphere!

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Mandurah Action Sports Games 2024: Epic Action, Electrifying Atmosphere!

The Mandurah Action Sports Games 2024 were nothing short of legendary! From March 15th to 17th, the Mandurah Skatepark was alive with the roar of an amazing crowd and the incredible energy of top-tier action sports athletes. This was a massive event that truly showcased the spirit of competition and camaraderie in the world of skateboarding, BMX, scooter riding, and rollerskating.

Huge thanks to the City of Mandurah, Malibu Boats, headspace Mandurah, Folklore Skateboards, Hyperlite Wake Aust, Minuteman Press Perth, and Star Surf+Skate Mandurah for making this unforgettable event possible. Your support has been invaluable in bringing this celebration of action sports to life.

To kick off the Action Sports Game Friday night was the roller skate competition. It was absolutely electric, with Sasha Berg setting the pace and taking first place. Chloe Rose and Emma Kouka dazzled the crowd with their stellar performances, adding to the excitement of the competition. Since its debut in the Mandurah Action Sports Games last year, roller skating has been gaining momentum, and we’re thrilled to see it back again. Despite its small presence in WA, these competitors showcased the thrilling potential of roller skating as an action sport in the skatepark. We’re eagerly anticipating the growth of this exciting sport in the years to come!

Left to right – Emma Kouka hitting a huge air over the hip, Chloe Rose showcasing a seamless 50/50 grind 

The scooter, BMX and skateboarding competitions were set over two days with the Saturday having all the focus on the small bowl at the Mandurah skatepark. While Sunday was all about the big bowl. Each competitor had two runs in each of the bowls with only their best runs counting in each of the day which were added together to form their final overall score to see who was the ActionSports games champion for 2024

The Mandurah Action Sports Games spanned an electrifying two days, bringing together BMX, Scooter, and Skateboard enthusiasts to compete in both the small and big bowls of the skatepark, a unique competition like no other. On Saturday, competitors battled it out in the small bowl, while Sunday saw them showcasing their skills in the big bowl. The final rankings were determined by combining the best scores from each day to find the action sports champion. This created a thrilling and dynamic competition that truly tested the versatility and consistency of all participants.

Zen Evans, 1st place winner in the Mens Open Skateboard division with a huge air in the large bowl 

The skateboard women’s divisions saw young talents like Scarlett Harrington and Lalita Perroni shine, while Mia Kretzer put on a stellar performance to win the Women’s Open category. In the Men’s Skateboard Open, the Evans brothers—Zen, Cruz, and Vai—swept the top three spots, showcasing their incredible skills and sibling synergy. It was great to see a few competitors in the skateboard masters division showing that no matter what stage of life skaters are in, they are still keen to compete in action sports and show up in the skating community. 

Clockwise from top left – it was fantastic to see Gogo Dale who took 2nd in the Womens Open division – James Rixom showing us a blunt with a grab, we are sure this trick is harder than he made it look – Jake Smith with a huge air in the large bowl – Vai Evans zooming around the small bowl

Kody Strong, 2nd place winner in the BMX Open, with an immaculate look back 

The BMX competitions were fierce! In the Beginners division, Dexter Pearce emerged victorious. It really was awesome to see how many riders were competing in the beginner category. We are sure the future of BMX in WA is bright after this show of talent and skill. Oskar Thomas stepped up his competition in the Intermediate category, showing his full potential of taking the win by 4 points. The Opens division was a sight to behold, with Luke Tooze taking the win, closely followed by Kody Strong and Louis Johnstone.

Clockwise from top left – Luke Tooze, 1st place winner in the BMX Open, with a huge flare – Dexter Pearce, 1st place winner in BMX Beginner, hitting a no hander over the box – Oskar Thomas, 1st place winner in the BMX Intermediate turning it down – Freestyle Now Squad Member, Jack Carwardine, hitting a bar twist like no one else 

Mitchell Bacon pulling out the big guns and wowing the crowd 

The scooter competitions brought some intense action! Noah Ladhams dominated the Beginners category, showcasing impressive skills and determination. In the Intermediate division, Jack Brown took the title, with Eli Stokes hot on his heels, trailing by a mere 0.33 points. Both competitors delivered outstanding performances, making it an exciting and closely contested battle. In the Open category, Mitchell Bacon outperformed the competition, with Hayden Brewer and Casey Donohoe close behind in second and third.

Clockwise from top left – Awesome to see Josh Scheniera at the comp, although there were a few inconsistencies we can’t deny his progression as a rider – Jack Brown, 1st place winner in the Scooter Intermediate making great use of the extension – Hayden Brewer, 2nd place winner in the Scooter Opens getting mad air in the large bowl – Noah Ladhams, who came first in the Scooter Beginners making great use of the hip in the large bowl  

The Mandurah Action Sports Games 2024 were a testament to the incredible talent and passion within the action sports community. Despite the rainy weather, the competitors and spectators brought the heat, making it an unforgettable event. Thank you to all the participants, sponsors, and supporters for making this event a massive success. Stay tuned for more thrilling action sports events from Freestyle Now!

Connect with us on  Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. Be sure to check our coming events page for information on future competitions and other events, and explore our past competition page to look back on all the exciting action from previous events.

Mandurah Action Sports Games Competition Results 15/16/17 March 2024

More detailed results via liveheats page here

Rollerskate Open – 1st Sasha Berg, 2nd Chloe Rose, 3rd Emma Kouka

 

Skateboard Masters – 1st Jesse Harrington, 2nd Jeff Parker, 3rd Laura Brown, 4th Junior Linke

Womens Skateboard 9 years and under – 1st Scarlett Harrington, 2nd Opal Harrington

Mens Skateboard 9 years and under – 1st Taj Whitney, 2nd Ilay Godfrey, 3rd Kai Radicioni, 4th Cab Constantine, 5th Luke Turnbull, 6th Davie Howes

Womens Skateboard 12 years and under – 1st Lalita Perroni, 2nd Eva Whitney

Mens Skateboard 12 years and under – 1st Levi Pagdanganan, 2nd Logan Tomolowicz, 3rd Kasper Godfrey, 4th Reon Norris, 5th Dusty O’brien

Mens Skateboard 16 years and under – 1st Otis Sienkewitz, 2nd James Rixom, 3rd Jake Turnbull, 4th Locky O’brien

Womens Skateboard Open – 1st Mia Kretzer, 2nd Gogo Dale, 3rd Lea Tomolowicz, 4th Emily Palmer, 5th Hayley Norris

Mens Skateboard Open – 1st Zen Evans, 2nd Cruz Evans, 3rd Vai Evans, 4th Jake Smith, 5th Adam Pacynko, 6th Chase Yandle

 

BMX – Beginner  – 1st Dexter Pearce, 2nd Arthur Pearce, 3rd Jaxon Baker, 4th Zack Ballantyne, 5th Rhys Sockett, 6th Aaron Murray, 7th Ilay Godfrey, 8th Evan Collins

BMX – Intermediate  – 1st Oskar Thomas, 2nd Jake Welhan, 3rd Jacob Roughton, 4th Dylan Dixon, 5th Alec Richards

BMX – Opens – 1st Luke Tooze, 2nd Kody Strong, 3rd Louis Johnstone, 4th Joshua O’Neil, 5th Ryan Aquilina, 6th Jay Roadley, 7th Jack Carwardine

 

Scooter Beginners – 1st Noah Ladhams, 2nd Zac Cunningham, 3rd Jake Welhan, 4th Austin English, 5th Braydon Ford, 6th Brock Look, 7th Zane Morey, 8th Archie Johnson, 9th Brayden James, 10th Ian Monte

Scooter Intermediate – 1st Jack Brown, 2nd Eli Stokes, 3rd Archer Cocking, 4th Lochlan yeats, 5th Rhyder Howard, 6th Hunter Crouch, 7th Rory Tognetti

Scooter Open – 1st Mitchell Bacon, 2nd Hayden Brewer, 3rd Casey Donohoe, 4th Josh Schnierer
 

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Carine Skatepark Shreds with an Amazing Turnout!

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The Carine skatepark was alive with excitement as competitors of all ages and skill levels gathered for a thrilling day of action at the Carine Skatepark Competition. Thanks to the generous support from the City of Stirling, this event was a massive success, showcasing incredible talent and sportsmanship. It was fantastic to see so many competitors, especially in the beginner category, giving it their all and enjoying the spirit of the competition.

In the Scooter Beginner category, Noah Ross Gillam took the top spot with impressive skills, followed by Sam Horsman in second place and Calais Blakers in third. The Scooter Intermediate division saw Luca O’Toole secure first place, with Jayce Blakers and Jake Welhan taking second and third In the Scooter Open, Jasen Rhodes emerged victorious, with Aden Lillas and Aaron Bright rounding out the top three.

The Skateboard Beginner division was a crowd favorite, with Nicholas Wild showing exceptional talent to claim first place. Tommy Feichtinger came in second, and Jayce Blakers secured third. For the Skateboard Intermediate category, Zayle-Bay Straight took first place, followed by Lali Perroni and Phoenix Rss. In the Skateboard Open, Jet White dominated the competition, with Dominic Berezvai finishing strong in second place.

The BMX competitions were equally exhilarating. In the BMX Beginner category, Bodhi Bradley claimed first place, with Calais Blakers and Luke Nelson taking second and third. Oskar Thomas showcased his skills in the BMX Intermediate division, taking the top spot, while Jake Welhan and Leighton Toyne came in second and third. The BMX Open was fiercely contested, with Joshua O’Neil emerging as the champion, followed by Aden Lillas in second place and Jayen Blakers in third.

The Carine skatepark competition was a testament to the vibrant and supportive action sports community. Riders of all ages demonstrated remarkable skill and sportsmanship, making it an unforgettable event. A huge thank you to the City of Stirling for making this event possible and supporting our incredible action sports community.

Stay tuned for more thrilling skatepark competitions as Freestyle Now continues to celebrate the passion and skill of action sports athletes. Freestyle Now is dedicated to delivering high-energy events and inspiring communities. From exhilarating stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions and well-managed competitions, we promote active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries 

Connect with us on  Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. Be sure to check our coming events page for information on future competitions and other events, and explore our past competition page to look back on all the exciting action from previous events.

Clockwise from top left – Jake Whelan wowing the judges with his style – Jason Rhodes hitting a stylish footplant – Phoenix Ross getting technical in skateboard intermediate – Calais Blakers repping the most amazing watermelon socks. 

Carine Skatepark Competition Official Results 9th March 2024

Scooter beginner– 1st Noah Ross Gillam, 2nd Sam Horsman, 3rd Calais Blakers, 4th Izak Nowakowski, 5th Archie Johnson, 6th Zane Morey, 7th Noah Van Wyk, 8th Dakoda Parkinson, 9th Sam Stathakis, 10th Bodhi Dressino

Scooter Intermediate – 1st Luca O’Toole, 2nd Jayce Blakers, 3rd Jake Welhan, 4th Dylan Dwyer, 5th Dominic Berezval

Scooter Open – 1st Jasen Rhodes, 2nd Aden Lillas, 3rd Aaron Bright, 4th Josh Atkinson

Skateboard Beginner – 1st Nicholas Wild, 2nd Tommy Feichtinger, 3rd Jayce Blakers, 4th Savannah Parkinson, 5th Kokomi Shiina, 6th Riley Taylor

Skateboard Intermediate – 1st Zayle-Bay Straight, 2nd Lali Perroni, 3rd Phoenix Ross, 4th Jeremy Taylor, 5th Finn Roberts

Skateboard Open – 1st Jet White, 2nd Dominic Berezvai

BMX Beginners – 1st Bodhi Bradley, 2nd Calais Blakers, 3rd Luke Nelson, 4th Carl Pere

BMX Intermediate – 1st Oskar Thomas, 2nd Jake Welhan, 3rd Leighton Toyne, 4th Kyle Nelson, 5th Bailey Smith, 6th Jayce Blakers

BMX Open – 1st Joshua O’Neil, 2nd Aden Lillas, 3rd Jayen Blakers

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Get Ready for the 2024 Mandurah Action Sports Games!

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Since 2011, the Action Sports Games has been the pinnacle event for Western Australian action sports enthusiasts, and Mandurah sets the perfect stage with its picturesque beaches, stunning inland waterways, and an epic skatepark primed for intense competition. The 2024 Mandurah Action Sports Games are set to take place from the 15th to the 17th of March at Hall Park on the Mandurah Western Foreshore, promising an unforgettable experience for all attendees. This action-packed weekend will feature wakeboarding, freestyle motocross, and the major highlight the skatepark competition including rollerskates, inline, skateboard, scooter, and BMX, with over $5000 in prize money and rewards up for grabs. The weekend offers something for everyone passionate about extreme sports.

Competition Schedule: 

  • Friday 15th March – Rollerskate and Inline – Small bowl competition
    • Check in and warm ups – 6:30pm – 7:00pm / Competition – 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Saturday 16th March – Small bowl competition round 1
    • BMX – Check in and warm ups – 9:30am – 10:00am / Competition – 10:00am – 12:30pm
    • Scooter – Check in and warm ups – 12:30pm – 1:00pm / Competition – 1:00pm – 3:30pm
    • Skateboard – Check in and warm ups – 4:00pm – 4:30pm / Competition – 4:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Sunday 17th March – Big bowl competition round 2
    • Scooter – Check in and warm ups – 8:30am – 9:00am / Competition – 9:00am – 11:00am / Presentations –  11:00am
    • Skateboard – Check in and warm ups – 11:30am – 12:00pm / Competition – 12:00pm – 3:00pm / Presentations – 3:00pm – 3:30pm
    • BMX – Check in and warm ups – 4:00pm – 4:30pm / Competition – 4:30pm – 7:00pm / Presentations – 7:30pm – 8:00pm

Competition Format:

  • Rollerskates, inline – Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual runs in the small bowl. Best run counts.
  • Skateboard, scooter, BMX – Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual run on both days. Best run counts from both days. Both best run scores are added to get your final result and to find the Mandurah Action Sports Games champion. Any ties for 1st, 2nd or 3rd is decided by a run off.

Registration and Classes:

Competitors of all ages and skill levels are invited to participate in various classes and divisions register here

  • Rollerskate: Beginner, Open
  • Inline: Open
  • BMX: Beginners, Intermediates, Open ($800 prize money)
  • Scooter: Beginners, Intermediate, Open ($800 prize money)
  • Skateboard: Men’s and Women’s divisions in each category – 9 and under, 12 and under, 16 and under, Open Women’s ($800 prize money), Open Men’s ($800 prize money), and Masters (over 35).

Don’t Miss Out:

Mark your calendars and secure your spot at the Mandurah Action Sports Games by registering through this link. It’s guaranteed to be an epic weekend filled with non-stop action, showcasing the finest talent in Western Australia’s action sports scene. Join us and witness thrilling performances against the backdrop of Mandurah’s breathtaking scenery!

For further inquiries or details, feel free to contact us through our website or social media channels – Instagram or Facebook. Get ready for an adrenaline-fueled extravaganza at the 2024 Mandurah Action Sports Games!

 

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Epic Showdown at Bassendean Skatepark Despite the Rain!

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The Freestyle Now team brought the stoke to Bassendean Skatepark on the 25th of February 2024 for another thrilling competition. Despite the rain, the dedicated competitors who braved the elements made it an unforgettable day. We extend a huge thank you  to the Town of Bassendean for their support in making this event possible.

The Scooter Intermediate division saw CJ Morrison claim the top spot with an impressive run. Josh Atkinson secured second place, showcasing some solid skills, amazing to see Freja Iburg rounding out the top three, it would be great to see them at competitions in the future and her consistency is commendable.

In the Scooter Open category, Hayden Brewer took first place with his consistent and stylish tricks. Josh Schnierer came in second, delivering a clean and technical run, and Ian Tsuzuki Botta snagged third, demonstrating his versatile riding abilities across multiple disciplines.

The Skateboard Open division was won by Ian Tsuzuki Botta, the only skateboard competitor on this day who put on a stellar performance, proving once again why he’s a force to be reckoned with in the skateboarding scene.

BMX Beginners had Timothy taking first place with an impressive display of determination and skill. Jaxon Baker followed closely in second place, and Gavin Penny claimed third, making it a tight competition.

In the BMX Open division, Ryan Aquilina emerged victorious, showcasing his exceptional riding skills. Joshua O’Neil came in second, pushing the competition to new heights, and Nathan Wilson rounded out the top three with a strong performance.

Fantastic to see Lachlan Mcgough competing in the BMX beginners showcasing his skills and leveling up, alongside his dad Gerard Mcgough who made his debut and competed in the open division.

A big shoutout to all the competitors who came out and gave it their all, despite the less-than-ideal weather. Your dedication and passion for action sports are what make these events so special.

Stay tuned for more exciting skatepark competitions as Freestyle Now continues to celebrate the passion and skill of our incredible action sports community. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions and well-managed competitions, we promote active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of action sports.

Connect with us on  Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. Be sure to check our coming events page for information on future competitions and other events, and explore our past competition page to look back on all the exciting action from previous events.

Clockwise from top left – Josh Schnierer wowing the crowd and judges alike with a banger – Ryan Aquilina hitting a one hander no footer – Freya Iburg absolutely going for it –  Gerard Mcgough with such precision

Bassendean skatepark competition official results 25th Feb 2024

Scooter Intermediate – 1st Cj Morrison, 2nd Josh Atkinson, 3rd Freja Iburg, 4th Luca O’Toole, 5th Drew Hancey

Scooter Open – 1st Hayden Brewer, 2nd Josh Schnierer, 3rd Ian Tsuzuki Botta

Skateboard Open – 1st Ian Tsuzuki Botta

BMX Beginners  – 1st Timothy, 2nd Jaxon Baker, 3rd Gavin Penny, 4th Lachlan Mcgough

BMX Open – 1st Ryan Aquilina, 2nd Joshua O’Neil, 3rd Nathan Wilson, 4th Gerard Mcgough

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Kwinana Skatepark Hosts Thrilling Finals of the South Metro Ride and Roll Series!

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The Kwinana Skatepark was alive with excitement on February 24th as it played host to the finals of the South Metro Ride and Roll Skatepark Series. This event marked the climax of a thrilling series, bringing together top talent from across the region. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Cities of Mandurah, Rockingham, Kwinana, and Cockburn, this series aimed to activate local skateparks and provide a platform for riders to showcase their skills. Freestyle Now, Australia’s premier and longest-running action sports enterprise, proudly rose to the occasion, delivering another unforgettable competition.

The lead-up to the finals saw intense battles across four previous rounds, with the top three competitors from each category securing their spots for this ultimate showdown. With anticipation at an all-time high, riders took to the Kwinana Skatepark to demonstrate their prowess in scooter, skateboard, and BMX disciplines.

In the Scooter 10-13 Years category, Jonathan Maiwald impressed everyone with his excellent use of the skatepark, displaying dialed and consistent tricks to secure first place. His smooth runs and technical skills were unmatched. Keon Himiona followed closely in second, showcasing solid tricks and control. Calvin Treml rounded out the top three with a strong performance, making it a competitive category to watch. The Scooter 14-17 Years division saw Josh Schnierer ride exceptionally clean and smooth to take the top spot. His precision and consistency set him apart from the rest. Marcus Dunlop was close behind, needing only 1 point more, in the end he claimed second place with his creative lines and well-executed tricks, while Hayden Brewer placed third after a fierce battle, demonstrating great effort and style. In the Scooter Open category, Jasen Rhodes was on fire, showcasing mad street skills and a strong rail game to clinch first place. His combination of technical prowess and big tricks wowed the judges. Ian Tsuzuki Botta, competing in multiple disciplines, took second place with his versatile and consistent performance. Local rider Jeremy Clowry finished third, demonstrating his familiarity with the park and solid tricks.

Scooter Clockwise from top left – Hayden Brewer hitting one of the biggest quarters in the park, hopeful for the win but unfortunately did not come out on top – Jezza Clowry getting technical down the ledge at his home skatepark – Jonathan Maiwald coming in hot with a huge fly out, taking the win – Jasen Rhodes with a seamless frontside hurricane down the rail, showcasing his street tech and versatility and taking the win

 

The Skateboard 10-13 Years category had Tayah Payne taking the win with a series of impressive runs that highlighted her control and trick variety. Madison Brown, showing impressive determination despite being unwell, secured second place with her consistent and stylish skating. Lali Perroni finished in third, rounding out a strong top three. In the Skateboard 14-17 Years division, it was fantastic to see Gogo Dale competing again and taking first place with her powerful and precise skating. Miles Harding secured second with his technical skills and smooth style, while Cayden Riddle took third with a strong performance that showcased his growth as a skater. The Skateboard Open saw Adam Pacynko elevate the competition’s caliber, taking first place with his versatility and flawless execution. Emily Palmer finished second, demonstrating great consistency and style, and Jack Schofield came in third with his impressive runs and technical prowess.

Skateboarders Clockwise from top left – Tayah Payne, skateboard 10-13 champion showing us how dialed her boardslides really are – Gogo Dale skateboard 14-17 Champion with a huge air, flying through her run – Adam Pacynko took the win in the skateboard open, this boardslide on the downrail was just one trick from his bag full – Emily Palmer, next best in skateboard open, thrilling the spectators with an olly over the hip

 

The BMX 10-13 Years category was incredibly close, with Dexter Pearce winning by a narrow margin with a score of 22.00. His combination of big airs and technical tricks earned him the top spot. Ryan Capocci needed just 0.67 more to win, ending with 21.33 in second place, showing great effort and skill. Liam Rhodes was right behind with 21.00, securing third with his consistent and stylish runs. In the BMX Open category, Kody Strong emerged victorious after an intense battle, showcasing his powerful riding and big tricks. Joshua O’Neil finished second, demonstrating great control and style, while Oskar Thomas took third with a solid performance that impressed the judges.

Clockwise from top left – Zack Ballantyne airing off the box with style, Dexter Pearce steaming through his line, Lachlan Mcgough running the ledge and adding creativity to enhance his skillset, Ryan Capocci hitting a clean tyre touch 

 

The Kwinana Skatepark competition was a testament to the vibrant and supportive action sports community. Riders of all ages and genders demonstrated remarkable skills and sportsmanship, creating an unforgettable day of competition. A huge thank you to everyone who participated and to the City of Kwinana for hosting the competition at the Kwinana skatepark and for making this event a reality.

Stay tuned for more exhilarating skatepark competitions as Freestyle Now continues to celebrate the passion and skill of our incredible action sports community. Freestyle Now is dedicated to delivering high-energy events and inspiring communities. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions and well-managed competitions, we promote active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of action sports.

Connect with us on  Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. Be sure to check our coming events page for information on future competitions and other events, and explore our past competition page to look back on all the exciting action from previous events.

Kwinana skatepark competition – Finals  South Metro Ride and Roll Skatepark Series – official results 24th Feb 2024

Scooter 10-13 Years – 1st Jonathan Maiwald, 2nd Keon himiona, 3rd Calvin Treml, 4th Eli Stokes, 5th Ben Measey (Bean), 6th Curtis White

Scooter 14-17 Years – 1st Josh Schnierer, 2nd Marcus Dunlop, 3rd Hayden Brewer, 4th Bailey Brolsma, 5th Jack Brown, 6th Lucas Lenane, 7th Luca O’Toole, 8th Shaun Tateishi

Scooter Open – 1st Jasen Rhodes, 2nd Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 3rd Jeremy Clowry, 4th Jake Griechen, 5th Josh Atkinson, 6th Jordan Kyle Stroinksi, 7th Reef Morrison

Skateboard 10-13 Years – 1st Tayah Payne, 2nd Madison Brown, 3rd Lali Perroni, 4th Abel Iriks, 5th Hayley Norris, 6th Jayden Purser

Skateboard 14-17 Years – 1st Gogo Dale, 2nd Miles Harding, 3rd Cayden Riddle

Skateboard Open – 1st Adam Pacynko, 2nd Emily Palmer, 3rd Jack Schofield, 4th Ian Tsuzuki Botta

BMX 10-13 Years  – 1st Dexter Pearce, 2nd Ryan Capocci, 3rd Liam Rhodes, 4th Zack Ballantyne, 5th Arthur Pearce, 6th Aaron Murray, 7th Lachlan Mcgough

BMX Open – 1st Kody Strong, 2nd Joshua O’Neil, 3rd Oskar Thomas, 4th Ian Tsuzuki Botta
 

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Bibra Lake Skatepark Competition Brings the Action to Round 4 of the South Metro Ride and Roll Series!

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Freestyle Now made a memorable debut at Bibra Lake Skatepark, with the final round before the series finals of the South Metro Ride and Roll Skatepark Series. The fantastic turnout across all divisions brought an electrifying atmosphere to the park, showcasing the immense talent and passion of participants. This event marked the first-ever competition hosted by Freestyle Now at Bibra Lake, and it did not disappoint.

Adam Puffler who secured 1st place in the open category, Adam is really setting the bar for the scooter scene in Perth and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this rider.

The scooter competitions were particularly intense, with fierce battles and standout performances. In the Scooter 10-13 Years division, Ben Measey (Bean) took the top spot, followed by Calvin Treml and Kirill Ashchepkov. The Scooter 14-17 Years division saw an epic showdown between Josh Schnierer and Hayden Brewer, with Josh ultimately taking first place. In the Scooter Open category, Adam Puffler secured the win, with Ian Tsuzuki Botta and Jasen Rhodes rounding out the top three.

Skateboarders brought their A-game to the competition as well. Henrii Bennell claimed victory in the Skateboard 10-13 Years category, while Miles Harding, a local Bibra Lake skater, dominated the Skateboard 14-17 Years division. The Skateboard Open saw Adam Pacynko take first place, followed by Ethan Mippy and Ashley Mippy.

The BMX divisions were no less thrilling, with young riders showcasing impressive skills. Jayce Blakers triumphed in the BMX 10-13 Years category, followed by Jaxon Baker and Dexter Pearce. Oskar Thomas took first place in the BMX 14-17 Years division. In the BMX Open, Kody Strong emerged victorious, with Joshua O’Neil and Ian Tsuzuki Botta close behind.

Special recognition goes to Tayah Payne, who stepped up into the older class and competed fiercely, Tayah had already qualified for the finals and decided to compete in the older category for a challenge. The entire event was a testament to the dedication and passion of all the riders, regardless of age or discipline.

Freestyle Now extends its gratitude to the Bibra Lake community, City of Cockburn and all the supporters who made this event possible. The competition at Bibra Lake Skatepark was a fantastic lead-up to the series finals, and we look forward to more incredible performances and high-energy action in the future. 

Connect with us on  Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. Be sure to check our coming events page for information on future competitions and other events, and explore our past competition page to look back on all the exciting action from previous events.

Clockwise from top left – Ben Measley, a regular at our coaching sessions, awesome to see him take the win for Scooter 10-13 Years – Tayah Payne powering through with a 50/50 on the down ledge – Jayce Blakers killing it with a massive air over the hip –  Henrii Bennell who took the win in his first ever competition, congratulations Henrii 

 

Bibra Lake skatepark competition  – Round 4 South Metro Ride and Roll Skatepark Series –  official results 17th Feb 2024

Scooter 10-13 Years – 1st Ben Measey, 2nd Calvin Treml, 3rd Kirill Ashchepkov, 4th Jayce Blakers, 5th Geordie Parsons, 6th Elliot Telford, 7th Calais Blakers, 8th Jordon Williams

Scooter 14-17 Years – 1st Josh Schnierer, 2nd Hayden Brewer, 3rd Lucas Lenane, 4th Bailey Brolsma, 5th Rufus Macfarlane-Brewer, 6th Marcus Dunlop, 7th Hamish Gaze, 8th Luke Matthews, 9th CJ Wooding 

Scooter Open – 1st Adam Puffler, 2nd Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 3rd Jasen Rhodes, 4th Jake Griechen, 5th Aaron Bright, 6th Josh Atkinson, 7th Huxly Flower, 8th Hunter Lyons

Skateboard 10-13 Years – 1st Henrii Bennell, 2nd Abel Iriks, 3rd Jayden Purser

Skateboard 14-17 Years – 1st Miles Harding, 2nd Guy Ridge, 3rd Tayah Payne, 4th Cayden Riddle, 5th Ettore Tosoni, 6th Tyler Rodden

Skateboard Open – 1st Adam Pacynko, 2nd Ethan Mippy, 3rd Ashley Mippy, 4th Jack Schofield

BMX 10-13 Years  – 1st Jayce Blakers, 2nd Jaxon Baker, 3rd Dexter Pearce, 4th Chase thatcher, 5th Zack Ballantyne, 6th Liam Rhodes, 7th Lachlan Mcgough, 8th Zanthany Caporn, 8th Arthur Pearce, 10th Issac Hokammauo, 11th Calais Blakers

BMX 14-17 Years – 1st Oskar Thomas 

BMX Open – 1st Kody Strong, 2nd Joshua O’Neil, 3rd Ian Tsuzuki Botta
 

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Small Turnout, Big Impact at Ballajura Skatepark Competition!

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The Ballajura Skatepark Competition proved that quality often trumps quantity. Despite a smaller turnout, the event’s intimate atmosphere allowed for closer connections, intense support, and high energy among participants and spectators alike.

Scooter riders kicked things off with incredible enthusiasm. In the Beginner category, Daniel Stafford took first place, followed by Jaxon Baker. The Scooter Open division saw Ian Tsuzuki Botta securing the top spot, with Josh Atkinson coming in second. It was great to see Josh at this competition and of course Ian, one of our regulars. 

Skateboarders brought their A-game to the competition. Ian Tsuzuki Botta claimed first place in the Skateboard Open category, showing his versatile skills by also participating in the scooter events. Jaxon Baker took second place.

BMX action was thrilling, particularly in the Beginner category, where Taj Davies emerged victorious, followed by Jaxon Robinson and Jaxon Baker in second and third places, respectively. The BMX Intermediate division had standout performances with Jake Welhan taking first, Archie Welten in second, and Brenten Waddingham securing third.

The event highlighted the dedication and talent within the local action sports community. With thanks to the enthusiastic participants and supporters and the City of Swan, this small competition turned into a memorable showcase of skill and camaraderie.

Connect with us on  Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. Be sure to check our coming events page for information on future competitions and other events, and explore our past competition page to look back on all the exciting action from previous events.

Clockwise from top left –  Ian Tsuzuki Botta on the skateboard who took out 1st place in both scooter and skate, Jake Welhan with a fantastic footplant, great use of the park – Daniel Stafford hitting the X up air out of the bowl – Archie Welten with another X up on the BMX 

Ballajura Skatepark Competition Official Results 30th January 2024

Scooter Beginner – 1st Daniel Stafford, 2nd Jaxon Baker

Scooter Open – 1st Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 2nd Josh Atkinson

Skateboard Open – 1st Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 2nd Jaxon Baker

BMX Beginner – 1st Taj Davies, 2nd Jaxon Robinson, 3rd Jaxon Baker, 4th Noah McGrath, 5th Lachlan Mcgough

BMX Intermediate – 1st Jake Welhan, 2nd Archie Welten, 3rd Brenten Waddingham
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Exciting Action at Port Kennedy Skatepark: Round 3 of South Metro Ride and Roll Skatepark Series!

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Freestyle Now recently hosted an exhilarating skatepark competition at Port Kennedy Skatepark as part of the Round 3 South Metro Ride and Roll Skatepark Series. The event was a fantastic showcase of skill and determination, with a strong BMX presence, young scooter riders, and standout performances from skateboarders, including a diverse range of skateboard competitors who shined brightly.

In the Scooter 10-13 Years category, Cruz Domney took first place, followed by Deagan Jowsey in second. The Scooter 14-17 Years division saw Josh Schnierer taking the top spot. In the Scooter Open category, Ian Tsuzuki Botta took first place and has been a regular at our events, putting in the work and it shows, Jordan Kyle Stroinksi followed closely in second. 

The Skate 10-13 Years category had young female skaters making waves, with Tayah Payne taking the first place, and Hayley Norris in second, huge congratulations to Hayley for braving her first competition, the crew at Freestyle Now put her worries at rest and helped her to feel comfortable to participate and place in this competition. Blake Jennings topped the Skate 14-17 Years category, really putting on a show, followed by Port Kennedy local Sophia Stahlhut in second and Ryan Barton in third. The Skate Open category saw Zac Cunningham taking first place, with Jye Dodds and Emily Palmer securing second and third places. We really loved seeing the diversity in this division. 

BMX riders brought their A-game, with Ryan Capocci winning the BMX 10-13 Years category with the same level of skill we have seen at previous competitions, followed by Dexter Pearce and Aaron Murray. Great to see Oskar Thomas and Jimmy Bowden going head to head in the BMX 14-17 Years division with Oskar taking the win,  Jimmy coming in second and Cooper Bennett rounding out the top three. In the BMX Open category, Joshua O’Neil came out on top, followed by Steven Heuer in second and Kody Strong in third.

The event was a celebration of the vibrant action sports community, with a diverse set of competitors showcasing their skills and pushing their limits. The young scooter riders were particularly impressive, demonstrating their passion and dedication to the sport. The presence of female skateboarders like Tayah Payne and Sophia Stahlhut highlighted the growing inclusivity and diversity in skateboarding.

Freestyle Now extends its gratitude to everyone who participated and supported the event. Special thanks to the City of Rockingham for their continued support, making such events possible. Connect with us on  Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. Be sure to check our coming events page for information on future competitions and other events, and explore our past competition page to look back on all the exciting action from previous events.

Clockwise from top left – Arthur Pearce showing some show stopping creativity, at freestyle now we absolutely love to see people breaking the traditional mold of their discipline – Tayah Payne cruising through, making it look easy with a stylish tail slide – Scooter Open champion Ian Tsuzuki Botta showing us how it’s done – Oskar Thomas hitting  a tailwhip over the hip –  Find more photos from this event on our Facebook page here

Port Kennedy Skatepark Competition – Round 3 South Metro Ride and Roll Skatepark Series –  official results 24th January 2024

Scooter 10-13 Years – 1st Cruz Domney, 2nd Deagan Jowsey, 3rd Curtis White, 4th Zeppelin Annakin, 6th Elliot telford, 7th Creedence Annakin, 7th Mason Bennett

Scooter 14-17 Years – 1st Josh Schnierer, 2nd Hayden Brewer, 3rd Marcus Dunlop, 4th Luca O’Toole, 5th Zac Munningham

Scooter Open –  1st Ian Tsuzuki Botta, 2nd Jordan Kyle Stroinksi

Skate 10-13 Years – 1st Tayah Payne, 2nd Hayley Norris, 3rd Reon Norris, 4th Linkoln Speck

Skate 14-17 Years – 1st Blake Jennings, 2nd Sophia Stahlhut, 3rd Ryan Barton, 4th Cooper Bennett

Skate Open – 1st Zac Cunningham, 2nd Jye Dodds, 3rd Emily Palmer, 4th Ian Tsuzuki Botta

BMX 10-13 Years – 1st Ryan Capocci, 2nd Dexter Pearce, 3rd Aaron Murray, 4th Jaxon Baker, 5th Arthur Pearce, 6th Zack Ballantyne, 7th Curtis White, 8th Ace Oliver, 9th Rocky Peeti, 10th Zeppelin Annakin, 11th Creedence Annakin

BMX 14-17 Years – 1st Oskar Thomas, 2nd Jimmy Bowden, 3rd Cooper bennett

BMX Open – 1st Joshua O’Neil, 2nd Steven Heuer, 3rd Kody Strong
 

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Unforgettable Stunt Show and Skatepark Coaching Sessions Light Up Albany!

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Luke Tooze collaborating with Academy X5 to send a Freestyle Now first!

Freestyle Now headed to Albany to host a series of skatepark coaching sessions for BMX, scooter, and skateboard at the massive Albany skatepark. Next to the skatepark, Freestyle Now set up for BMX stunt shows, entertaining the enthusiastic crowds that gathered for the Friday night event. The parkour crew from Academy X5 also wowed the audience with their incredible performances. The lineup of riders featured Luke Tooze, Taj Hamilton, and Shaun Jarvis, alongside guest rider Izac Berryman, a rising star in the BMX world who had everyone in awe with his double backflips. The atmosphere was electric, with the crowd’s energy fueling the riders’ spectacular stunts and tricks. For the grand finale, Freestyle Now collaborated with the Academy X5 crew, performing an exhilarating stunt where the parkour team backflipped on and off the ramp while the Freestyle Now crew executed backflips over the top of them. It was a breathtaking display of skill and coordination that left the audience cheering for more..

Clockwise from top left – Izac Berryman wowing the crowd with a heel clicker, Luke Tooze hitting a 360 tailwhip, Taj Hamilton hitting a classic nacnac, Izac and and Shaun Jarvis sending superman variants – Find more photos on our facebook page here.

Freestyle Now remains committed to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring communities. Freestyle Now is Australia’s premier BMX stunt show team, committed to delivering high-energy performances and inspiring audiences. From thrilling stunt shows to engaging coaching sessions, Freestyle Now promotes active and healthy lifestyles while pushing the boundaries of BMX entertainment. Stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram social media channels and subscribe to our YouTube channel  to stay updated on our latest news, events, and behind-the-scenes action. For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt shows please contact us directly. To look over the history of the stunt shows Freestyle Now has undertaken check out our past stunt shows page for a full 37 year list. We look forward to bringing our high energy BMX stunt shows to your next event. 

 

 

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