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Action-Packed Day at Dunsborough Skatepark Competition

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Freestyle Now headed to the beautiful southwest of WA for the Dunsborough Skatepark Competition on April 27, 2024. The event put a well-deserved spotlight on the BMX and Scooter divisions, showcasing some of the finest talent in the region. With clear skies and an eager crowd, the day was set for some fantastic action sports displays.

Clockwise from top left – Hayden Prager coming in with absolute determination  – James Davis making great use of the hip – Will Smith and John Graham, father and son duo putting on a show of the talent in their family – Find the full photo album on our facebook page here 

In the Scooter Beginner category, Treycer Brayshaw took the top spot, with Rheyd Mewett close behind in second. The Intermediate division saw Jonathan Maiwald claim first place, followed by Hayden Prager and Alex Davis in second and third respectively. The competition was fierce, but these young riders showed incredible skill and determination.

The Scooter Open division brought the heat, with Max Fuller emerging victorious. Bodie Elam and Joshua O’Neil rounded out the top three, demonstrating exceptional talent and drive. James Davis also put on a notable performance, securing fourth place.

The BMX Open division was a highlight of the event, with Ryan Aquilina taking first place. Jon Graham and Kody Strong followed in second and third, pushing the limits of what’s possible on two wheels. Joshua O’Neil also made a strong showing, placing fourth, with Russell Forrest and William Smith completing the lineup.

Huge thanks to the City of Dunsborough for their support in making this event possible. The Dunsborough Skatepark Competition was a thrilling display of BMX and scooter prowess, leaving everyone excited for the future of action sports in WA. Stay tuned for more events and competitions 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.

Dunsborough skatepark competition 27 April 2024 official results

Scooter Beginner – 1st Treycer Brayshaw, 2nd Rheyd Mewett

Scooter Intermediate – 1st Jonathan Maiwald, 2nd Hayden Prager, 3rd Alex Davis, 4th Mallakai Watson, 5th Beau Ritchie

Scooter Open – 1st Max Fuller, 2nd Bodie Elam, 3rd Joshua O’Neil, 4th James Davis

BMX Open – 1st Ryan Aquilina, 2nd Jon Graham, 3rd Kody Strong, 4th Joshua O’Neil, 5th Russell Forrest, 6th William Smith
 

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Busselton Skatepark Competition 2024: Thrills and Skills on Display 

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The Busselton Skatepark was the place to be on April 27th, 2024, as riders from all over came together to showcase their talents and compete in various action sports disciplines. Thanks to the support of the City of Busselton, the event was a massive success, filled with impressive tricks, fierce competition, and an enthusiastic crowd. Although it was a smaller turnout, we still had a fantastic day.

Clockwise from top left – Max Fuller showing us how it’s done and managing to come away with 4th place in the scooter open – Ryan Aquilina who traveled all the way down from Perth and managed to come away with 1st place in  BMX open  – Beau Ritchie who came out in 4th place in the scooter intermediate division – John Grahamm is an OG in the BMX scene so it was awesome to have him participate in this competition and also take away 4th place – Find the full album of photos on our facebook page here

The Scooter Beginner division kicked off the day with Weylin Phillips taking first place, followed by Treycer Brayshaw in second. Both riders displayed great potential and set the tone for the day’s events.

In the Scooter Intermediate category, Jonathan Maiwald took out the top spot with a remarkable performance. Hunter Crouch came in second, closely followed by Mallakai Watson in third. The competition was tight, with Beau Ritchi and Coby Hudson rounding out the top five.

The Scooter Open division was a highlight of the day, with Daniel Kim emerging victorious. Bodie Elam secured second place, and Kody Strong took third. Max Fuller and James Davis also put on strong performances, finishing fourth and fifth respectively.

The BMX Open division brought the heat, with Ryan Aquilina taking first place after a series of breathtaking runs. Joshua O’Neil finished second, while Kody Strong rounded out the podium in third. Jon Grahamm and Rupert Ensor also delivered standout performances, finishing fourth and fifth.

The Busselton Skatepark Competition really showed the incredible talent and dedication within the action sports community. Congratulations to all the competitors for their amazing efforts and thanks to everyone who came out to support and enjoy the event. Stay tuned for more exciting competitions and 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.

Busselton skatepark competition official results April 27th 2024

Scooter beginner– 1st Weylin Phillips, 2nd Treycer Brayshaw

Scooter Intermediate – 1st Jonathan Maiwald, 2nd Hunter Crouch, 3rd Mallakai Watson, 4th Beau Ritchi, 5th Coby Hudson, 6th Alex Davis, 7th Cooper Whareaite, 8th Vijay Thorn

Scooter Open – 1st Daniel Kim, 2nd Bodie Elam, 3rd Kody Strong, 4th Max Fuller, 5th James Davis, 6th Jack Brown, 7th Joshua O’Neil

BMX Open – 1st Ryan Aquilina, 2nd Joshua O’Neil, 3rd Kody Strong, 4th Jon Grahamm, 5th Rupert Ensor, 6th Russell forrest, 7th William Smith
 

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High-Flying Action at Balga Skatepark Competition

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The Balga Skatepark Competition on 20 April 2024 was a day to remember! The energy was electric as riders and skaters from across the region came together to showcase their skills and push their limits. Thanks to the incredible support from the City of Stirling, this event was an absolute blast and a true celebration of action sports.

Clockwise from top left – Aleyah Payne representing the younger talent in the inline category – Tayah Payne who we have been seeing quite a lot of recently, awesome to see her style evolve with each competition – Jayce Blakers flaring well above the coping, we love seeing this trick – Ryan Aquilina making use of the whole park on his BMX – Find more photos in the album on our facebook page here

In the Scooter Beginner category, Noah Gillam rode to victory with style and confidence, claiming the top spot. Bodhi Bradley followed closely in second place, showing off his impressive skills. The Scooter Intermediate division saw Jayce Blakers taking the crown with a series of smooth and consistent runs. Josh Atkinson snagged second place, while Jake Welhan landed in third with some rad tricks.In the Scooter Open category, Hayden Brewer was on fire, taking first place with his phenomenal performance. Aden Lillas came in second, putting up a fierce competition, and Ian Tsuzuki Botta took third with his impressive runs, sad to see Ian go as he makes his way back to his home country, Brazil.

In Skateboard Beginner Cab Constantin dominated, earning first place with a flawless display of skills, Cab was extremely proud of himself and very excited to celebrate with the other victors.. Elena Riley took second place, while Scarlett Harrington secured third, showcasing the young talent in the scene. Tayah Payne emerged victorious in the Skateboard Intermediate category, demonstrating remarkable consistency and creativity. Locky Obrien took second place, and Terry Rivers grabbed third with his solid performance. In the Skateboard Open division, Boadie Meldrum was untouchable, claiming the top spot. John Mang followed in second place with some slick moves, and Joel Emanuel Mirabito rounded out the top three.

In the BMX Beginners category Liam Rhodes led the charge, taking first place with a stellar performance. Bodhi Bradley continued to impress, securing second place, and Luke Nelson finished strong in third. Jake Welhan topped the BMX Intermediate division, showcasing his skills and earning first place. Bailey Smith followed in second place, with Archie Welten coming in third. The BMX Open division was fierce, with Joshua O’Neil taking the top spot with an incredible display of talent. Daniel Cowell snagged second place, it was fantastic as always to have Ryan Aquilina competing and he managed to come away in third, making it a tight competition.

The Inline division was a thrill to watch, with Jacob Burro claiming first place with his smooth and stylish runs. Petre Ion Gruescu took second, and Ariana Waters finished in third, showcasing the versatility and talent in the inline scene.

Special mention to Jake Whelan and Jayce Blakers, these riders competed in all three divisions showcasing their talent with a trifecta showdown. Adding the points from each division, the competition was extremely close but Jake Whelan came away as the multidisciplinary champion.

This competition at Balga Skatepark showcased the incredible talent and passion within the action sports community. The competitors brought their A-game, and the crowd’s energy was contagious, making it an unforgettable event. A massive shout out to the City of Stirling for helping to make this competition happen. Stay tuned for more epic 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.
 

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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 – More photos can be found on our facebook page here

Cooloongup Skatepark Competition Official Results 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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Freestyle Now Wows Crowds at Cranbrook Agricultural Show with Spectacular BMX Stunt Show

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Freestyle Now brought the excitement and thrill of BMX stunt shows to the Cranbrook Agricultural Show, delivering an unforgettable performance. The lineup featured seasoned riders Shaun Jarvis, Luke Tooze, and Andrew Ahumada, with young Oskar Thomas making his impressive debut with the team.

Andrew Ahumuda with a seamless backflip no hander – Find more photos on our Facebook page here

The weather was perfect for an outdoor event, with clear skies and a gentle breeze setting the stage for an afternoon of spectacular stunts and high-flying action. The receptive crowds were full of enthusiasm and energy, making the show even more electrifying.

Shaun Jarvis, a veteran rider and co-founder of Freestyle Now, led the charge with his masterful tricks and smooth style. Luke Tooze and Andrew Ahumada showcased their incredible skills with gravity-defying jumps and intricate maneuvers that left the audience in awe. Young Oskar Thomas, in his first performance with Freestyle Now, did not disappoint. His debut was marked by impressive confidence and skill, earning cheers and applause from the crowd.

Throughout the show, the interaction between the riders and the audience was fantastic. The more noise the crowd made, the higher and bolder the tricks became. The riders fed off the energy, pushing their limits and delivering a truly memorable performance.

Clockwise from top left – Young Oskar Thomas showing the crowd a textbook superman seat grab – Oscar Thomas and Freestyle Now veteran, Shaun Jarvis with a no hander two piece – Andrew Ahumuda and Shaun Jarvis turning it upside down with their respective superman’s  – Luke Tooze confidetnly throwing a  Cannonball – Find more photos on our Facebook page here

The Cranbrook Agricultural Show was filled with fun and excitement, and Freestyle Now’s BMX stunt show was undoubtedly one of the highlights. The combination of perfect weather, receptive crowds, and top-notch BMX talent made for a fantastic day of entertainment.

Stay tuned for more exciting events and performances from Freestyle Now, and don’t forget to follow us for updates on where we’ll be showcasing our BMX stunt shows next!

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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Freestyle Now Brings Helmet Safety Awareness to Marmion Primary School

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Freestyle Now was invited to attend Marmion Primary School to host a school assembly presentation focused on helmet wearing and safety awareness. The entire school, including parents, gathered for the presentation at the beginning of the school day, eager to learn about the importance of safety while riding.

Andrew Ahmuda showcasing a huge front flip for the crowd – Find more photos on our facebook page here

Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis and Luke Tooze with guest rider Andrew Ahumada participated in the event, delivering a powerful message on the importance of wearing helmets and staying safe while riding. Shaun spoke to the students about the critical role of helmets in preventing injuries and protecting the brain, emphasizing that safety should always come first. He highlighted how helmet-wearing can help build confidence, ensure a safer ride, and contribute to overall mental and physical health. The assembly was filled with excitement, as the students engaged enthusiastically with the presentation. The students, teachers and parents erupted in cheers as they watched the thrilling stunts unfold, creating an unforgettable show for everyone involved.

After the presentation, Freestyle Now conducted a coaching session for those bike riders interested in improving their skills. Our coaches provided hands-on guidance and tips, helping the students to practice and perfect their riding techniques. The coaching session further reinforced the importance of safety gear, proper riding techniques, and staying active.

The event at Marmion Primary School was a resounding success, leaving a lasting impression on the students about the importance of helmet safety. Freestyle Now is committed to promoting safety awareness and helping young riders enjoy their biking experiences safely. Stay tuned for more exciting events and safety awareness programs from Freestyle Now. If you’re interested in bringing a similar presentation to your school or event, be sure to contact us for more information.

Clockwise from top left – Luke Tooze hitting a superman with style – Andrew Ahumuda with a huge no hander, wowing the crowd – Luke Tooze With a textbook backflip over Shan Jarvis – Luke Tooze with a massive and unforgettable tail whip – 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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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 – More photos on our facebook page here

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 – More photos on our facebook page here

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 – More photos on our facebook page here

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  – More photos on our facebook page here

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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Freestyle Now back at Batlow engaging the community with coaching and an action packed stunt show

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Freestyle Now, Australia’s premier action sports entertainment company, recently revisited the picturesque town of Batlow in New South Wales. We were thrilled to conduct another skatepark engagement session brimming with coaching, fun games, and an electrifying BMX and scooter stunt show. The event, organized in collaboration with Starting Fresh Batlow and Anglicare, was an overwhelming success, leaving the community buzzing with excitement once again. The small skatepark in Batlow transformed into a vibrant hub of energy and creativity as Freestyle Now rolled into town with our portable ramps. The session kicked off with our experienced riders, Shaun Jarvis, Samuel Grace (joining us off the back of his win at the Australian Freestyle BMX Championships), and Matty Ceravolo providing coaching to participants of all skill levels. Our talented team shared their expertise, offering guidance and support to help riders progress their skills and build confidence on their skateboards, BMX bikes, and scooters.

Clockwise from top left – Samuel Grace airing over Shaun jarvis – Shaun showing Batlow his freestyle skills – Matty Ceravalo joined us once again and you can see him here hitting a seamless flare – Sam with a huge 360 no hander – Find more photos on our facebook page here

However, the engagement session was not solely about coaching; it was a celebration of action sports and community spirit. Fun games and challenges were organized, fostering a lively and inclusive atmosphere. Laughter and cheers filled the air as riders of all ages showcased their tricks and competed in friendly competitions. The highlight of the day was the BMX and scooter stunt show on our portable ramps. Spectators were treated to a jaw-dropping display of aerial acrobatics, high-speed maneuvers, and gravity-defying tricks. The combination of technical skill, fearless riding, and showmanship left the crowd in awe, inspiring both young and old to embrace the world of action sports.

Freestyle Now would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to Starting Fresh Batlow and Anglicare for their invaluable support in making this event possible. Their commitment to community engagement and providing opportunities for young people is truly commendable. We are incredibly grateful for the warm reception and enthusiasm shown by the Batlow community. Your participation and support fuel our passion to continue bringing action sports to towns and communities across Australia. Together, we can create memorable experiences that inspire and motivate the next generation of riders.

For booking inquiries or to learn more about Freestyle Now, please contact us directly. We look forward to bringing the thrill of action sports to your community. Check our coming events page for future events and engagements. Stay updated on our latest news, events, behind-the-scenes action and connect with us via our social media channels on Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can look back on all the exciting action from previous events and explore our past through the past competition page and past stunt shows  web pages.

 

 

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Freestyle Now Delivers Thrilling BMX and Scooter Stunt Shows at Craigieburn Festival!

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Andrew Ahumada doing a 360 over Shaun Jarvis doing a Nourie hand stand

Freestyle Now brought the excitement and adrenaline of action sports to the Craigieburn Festival in Melbourne with a series of breathtaking BMX and scooter stunt shows. The event showcased an incredible lineup of talent, featuring BMX riders Sam Grace, Brodie Quick, Andrew Ahumada, and scooter riders Billy Watts, Matt Ceravolo, along with Freestyle Now co-founder Shaun Jarvis. The Craigieburn Festival provided the perfect backdrop for these high-energy performances, with crowds eagerly gathering to witness the jaw-dropping stunts and intricate tricks performed by the Freestyle Now team. The BMX riders pushed the limits of what is possible on two wheels, delivering mind-blowing aerial maneuvers and gravity-defying flips that left the audience in awe.

Not to be outdone, the scooter riders brought their own brand of excitement to the festival. Billy Watts and Matt Ceravolo showcased their incredible skills with precision and flair, executing complex tricks and smooth transitions that had the crowd cheering for more. Shaun Jarvis, a veteran of the action sports scene, added his own unique style and experience to the mix, making for a truly unforgettable show. Sam Grace was fresh off his Australian BMX freestyle title win in the elite class, while Brodie Quick had just taken 2nd place at the Australian titles in the Amateur class. Additionally, young 6-year-old Arlo was invited into the performance for his first stunt show experience, adding a touch of future talent to the event.

Throughout the event, the interaction between the performers and the audience was electric. The more noise the crowd makes, the more hyped the riders get. The enthusiasm and energy of the crowd fueled the riders, inspiring them to push their limits and deliver even more spectacular stunts. This dynamic exchange created an exhilarating atmosphere that was felt by everyone in attendance. The Craigieburn Festival was a huge success, and Freestyle Now was thrilled to be a part of it. The team’s commitment to showcasing the best of BMX and scooter riding, combined with their dedication to engaging with the community, made for an unforgettable experience for all who attended.

Clockwise from top left – Billy Watts coming in hot with a front flip – Samuel Grace wowing the crown with a huge 360 downwhip – Brodie Quick tuck no hander – Matt Ceravollo with a textbook flare – 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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