Busselton skatepark scooter competition – October 2020


Freestyle Now hosted a skatepark competition for scooters at the Busselton skatepark. The competition took place after a morning skatepark coaching session for scooters. Both had a great turnout and the competition had some awesome crowd participation. Crown participation is really important at competitions as it help the competitors get amped up and they have more fun. Fun is the key to competing. It was good to see the participants in the coaching session putting into practice some of the skills learnt into their competition runs.
A big thank you to the youth team at the City of Busselton and also to our supporters Grit Scooter. Be sure to check our coming events page for more information on all of our coming events. A full list of all the competitions that freestyle Now has hosted can be found on the past competitions page here.

Clockwise from top left – Kash Toft has slowly been progressing and is now one of the top riders in Western Australia. 1st place in the open class in Busselton with lots of power tricks and good flow. – This Stanley flip was so rad from Luke Donovan. 2nd place in the open class. – Saxon Braszell toop hope the 1st place in the intermediate class, board sliding in the street section. – Max Power won a set of scooter forks for winning the beginners class at the Busselton scooter competition, great work Max.
More photos can be found on our facebook page here.

Busselton scooter competition 6th October 2020 – official results

Beginners – 1st Max Power, 2nd Lucas Lenane, 3rd Brodie Quatermaine, 4th Cooper Attard, 5th Caleb Heslewood, 6th Mallakai Watson, 7th Archy O’Brien, 8th Jack Jabb, 9th Harley Rockift, 10th Kyben Wesley, 11th Jayden Ietto, 11th Joseph Brown, 13th Zoe Lenane, 14th Quinn Wesley

Intermediate – 1st Saxon Braszell, 2nd Logan Dunbar, 3rd Jake Baggetta, 4th Jobe Lee, 5th Sam Kelly, 6th Noah Cranston, 7th Ryan Stephens, 8th Tomas Ludar

Open – 1st Kash Toft, 2nd Luke Donovan, 3rd Harley Thompson, 4th Tom Dadds, 5th Damion Van Schalkwyk