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Norseman skatepark competition April 2018  

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Norseman is a small town 2 hours south of Kalgoorle in the gold fields of Western Australia. Norseman has a small but old skatepark and Freestyle Now journeyed out to Norseman to host some skatepark activation sessions. On the Friday there was a skatepark coaching session followed by a skatepark competition on the Saturday. It was a great fun time for the participants who got to learn new skills and then were able to put them new skills into place in a competition. The competition held was a small one but still rad. Its good seeing the progress of the riders in the remote areas and how keen they are to get out and learn new tricks and compete against each other in a competition. A big thank you to the Shire of Dundas and also to our supporters Kickass BMXThe 4 skateboard companyModus BearingsGrit scooter. Be sure to check our coming events page for more info.

Jarrah Turner took out the 1st place

Norseman skatepark competition  28th April 2018 – Official results

Scooter Boys – 1st Jarrah Turner, 2nd Tyron Ware, 3rd Lachlan Buszan, 4th Hayden Morgan, 5th Chaise Miniter, 6th Dalton Preece, 7th Conor Wing

Scooter Girls – 1st Shakira Carlsen, 2nd Molly Clark

BMX – 1st Jayden Cugini

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South Hedland skatepark competition April 2018  

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Freestyle Now travels all over Australia to roll out the rad. On this occasion Freestyle now returned to the South Hedland skatepark to host some skatepark coaching sessions and a skatepark competition. South Hedland had a new skatepark opened 3 years ago. The skatepark is one of the biggest in Australia with lots room to get the radness rolling. The competition held was a small one but still rad. Its good seeing the progress of the riders in the remote areas and how keen they are to get out and learn new tricks and compete against each other in a competition. A big thank you to the Town of Port Hedland and the local police for their support and also to our supporters Kickass BMXThe 4 skateboard companyModus BearingsGrit scooter. Be sure to check our coming events page for more info.

 It’s great to see the local police being actively involved with the youth in South Hedland. Officer Grant is really keen to help out and be involved with the youth. Some of the crew looking over some of the prizes to be given out after the skatepark competition.

 

South Hedland skatepark competition 14th April 2018 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Montell Pickett, 2nd Darren Roebuck, 3rd Alleron Hill, 4th Darren Carson.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Aiden Atkinson, 2nd Kelson Charles, 3rd Simmaron Scott, 4th Kale Atkinson, 5th Brenton Kerrod, 6th Billy- Bob Kelly, 7th Tremaine Armstrong.

Scooter open – 1st Johan Councillor, 2nd Kyron Dhu

 

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Pinjarra skatepark competition BMX Scooter skateboard – Round 4 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark series

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Round 4 of the 2018 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series took place at the Pinjarra Skatepark. The turnout was rad with a great equal number of competitors spread out over all the disciplines and classes. It was great to see the bmx class growing in numbers. The riding at the competition was as always off the hook with competitors pushing themselves to get their tricks done in the runs. A big thank you to the Shire of Murray for their support and also to our supporters Kickass BMXThe 4 skateboard companyModus BearingsGrit scooter. Round 5 takes place in Bridgetown so be sure to check our coming events page for more info.

 The Pinjarra comp was a solid turn out. Pre competition warm ups.

 

 A little bit of random video form the competition

Pinjarra skatepark competition – Round 4 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series – 14th April 2018 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Heath Williams, 2nd Dylan Munson, 3rd Jaxon Jefferys, 4th Billy Sutherland, 5th Brayden Little, 6th Sam Cross, 7th Callum Dale, 8th Ruben Law, 9th Seamus Verdon

Scooter intermediate – 1st Josh King, 2nd Conor Gale, 3rd Nathan O’Farrell, 4th Shannon Allen, 5th Arden Rowe, 6th Ty Macqueen, 7th Charlie Sutherland, 8th Balin Cooke

Scooter open – 1st Tyson Carroll, 2nd Brayden McGlenchy, 3rd Jayden Stirling, 4th Wilder Rowe, 5th Bayley Rod

Skateboard beginner – 1st Vai Evans, 2nd Cruz Evans, 3rd Marcus Stirling, 4th Zen Evans, 5th Jared Hickman, 6th Bryce Hickman

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Lily Henry

Skateboard open – 1st Mitchell Green, 2nd Samuel Manning, 3rd Jesse Meeres

BMX beginner – 1st Vai Evans, 2nd Campbell Wilson, 3rd Nicholan Russell, 4th Cooper Morrow, 5th Kalani Daymon, 6th Riley Morrow

BMX intermediate – 1st Fabio Canetti, 2nd Jayden Cugini, 3rd Ben Targett, 4th Kobe Barnes, 5th Josh Weaven, 6th Taj Hamilton, 7th Bailey Jokic, 8th Jeremy Wilson, 9th Brayden McGlenchy

BMX open – 1st Daniel Davis, 2nd Jay Roadley, 3rd Jack Carwardine, 4th Leon Vermey, 5th Josh Reynolds, 6th Nathan Dobbie

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Collie skatepark competition BMX scooter skateboard – Round 3 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark series

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Round 3 of the 2018 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series took place at the Collie skatepark. Freestyle Now has held a skatepark competition there every year for the past few and with each competition they get better and better with more competitors and more progression. There was a great turn out this year with a good amount of skatepark competitors in all groups and classes. It is great to see many competitors travelling to enter the competitions, this is great as it brings many different groups of riders together that not necessarily would get a chance to meet or see others ride. With 53 competitors at the Collie skatepark competition it was one of our larger competitions.  But as normal Freestyle Now got the skatepark competition done without effort and done smoothly. We would also like to thank our supporters Kickass BMXThe 4 skateboard companyModus BearingsGrit scooter, and the Shire of Collie. Round 4 takes place in Pinjarra so be sure to check our coming events page for more info.

Clockwise from top left – Jack Forman won the open skateboard class. After 2 runs both he and Adam Pacyanko were equal points. So it was a mad run off in the bowl, 30 seconds each back and forth until one fell off. Paper scissors rock and it was Adam who went first, run 1 they were good but in run 2 Adam bailed, jack was the winner and went home with the glory and a new 4 skateboard Co. deck – Daniel David whip hopping of the ledge into the bank, Daniel took out the win in the BMX open class but Luke Tooze was keeping the pressure on. Ethan Rowland won the intermediate year end title in 2017 and made the move to the open class. When the young 12 year old is firing he has the move and consistency. A win in Collie was good for him – Best trick of the comp would have to be Jack Carwardine and his no footed bar twist. So rad. More photos can be found on facebook here.

Collie skatepark competition – Round 2 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series – 10th March 2018 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Reeve Gooch, 2nd Jye Smith, 3rd Jack Storen, 4th Ben Wilmot, 5th Tyler Elam, 6th Corbin Tehaara, 7th Rowan Cosh, 8th Blake Hoff, 9th Mitch Simpson, 10th Jet Watts, 11th Denver Riches, 12th Kane Donovan, 13th Jesse Howarth

Scooter intermediate – 1st Shadow McClarty, 2nd Billy Bebbington, 3rd Kye Mayo, 4th Cody Pearson, 5th Jack Bateman, 6th Brody Atwell, 7th Jacob Giles, 8th Luke Gorey, 9th Mitchell Robins

Scooter open – 1st Ethan Rowland, 2nd Kieran Ramsay

Skateboard beginner – 1st Hunter McGil, 2nd Koltyn Tehaara, 3rd Cody Daley, 4th Rowan Cosh, 5th Aarlen Tehaara.

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Ethan Hadfield, 2nd Lachlan Dean, 3rd Ryan Sutton, 4th Matai leef

Skateboard open – 1st Jack Foreman, 2nd Adam Pacyanko

BMX beginner – 1st Bruno Canetti, 2nd Cody Daley, 3rd Kalani Daymon, 4th Matthew Ewing

BMX intermediate – 1st Fabio Canetti, 2nd Jayden Cugini, 3rd Sean Myles, 4th Benjamin Targett, 5th Craig Leverington, 6th Jeremy Wilson, 7th Roan Cosh, 8th Taj Hamilton

BMX open – 1st Daniel Davis, 2nd Luke Tooze, 3rd Lachlan Sims, 4th Jack Carwardine, 5th Leon Vermey, 6th Brody Lake

 

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Bunbury Action Sport Games skatepark competition BMX Scooter skateboard – Round 2 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark series

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The Action Sports Games is back. After two years of a hiatus it has returned to a new home in Bunbury. It was on a smaller scale to what it was in previous years but this will  give it room to grow just like it did when it first came upon us 6 years ago. The skatepark competition took place on the Saturday with the wake boarding competition taking place on the Sunday. In amongst all of that were some freestyle moto shows. All up Bunbury has some of the best action sports taking place right in the heart of the city. The Action Sports Games skatepark competition was also round 2 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark series. This scooter, skateboard and bmx skatepark competition had $2400 prize money up for grabs and a stack of prizes from Vokul scooters and Minority clothing. The turnout was good with over 60 competitors and hundreds of spectators.

David Pinelli 1st in BMX open class

The beginners all went off first in the morning with some great riding all round in all the disciplines.  The intermediates were up next with some great stand outs like Adam Puffler and Seb Conte who only had one point between them for 1st and 2nd in scooters. In skateboard it was all Levi Pound, an up and comer who has defiantly the potential to make it in the open class. In BMX it was Fabio Canetti and Jayden Cugini who took the 1st and 2nd with some great bmx stunt riding.

The afternoon was all about the hard hitting open class. $500 was to go to first place. From the moment he dropped in you could tell Kody Law was on a mission. He was consistent and had some hard tricks. Taking home the win with 214 points with Kieran Ramsy 204 points for the $200 2nd spot and Jakob Well on 197 points for the $100 3rd place. The skateboard class was a tough one to judge, a lot came down to consistency. It was Brendon Cross who went big and stayed on the most and too the win with 220 points and $500. With only one point behind for the 2nd place and $200 was David Wilson, it was a tough competition. It was great to see Dylan Tomlinson skating hard again taking the 3rd place with 212 ponts and going home with $100. BMX class last to run. Dylan Schmidt was ripping it all day but come comp runs he just was missing that punchy push. A 3rd place, $100 with 218 points. Luke Tooze has been stepping up lately with his riding, he has the power and the ability he just need to refine his style to be a bit more smoother. 2nd place with $200 and 226 points. First place was all David Pinelli. You could see it when he dropped in, precise riding, big tricks and full of flow. $500 richer with a total of 231 points. We hope that for 2019 the Bunbury Action Sports Games will be back even bigger for all to get involved with, so stay posted. Round 4 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark series takes place in Pinjarra so be sure to check our coming events page for more info.

Clockwise from top left – Shane McIver took 5th in the bmx open class but this super whip was one of the best tricks at the competition – Adam Puffler took home another Vokul complete scooter, this one from winning the intermediate scooter class – Rowan Cosh started his bmx journey when he was 3 after seeing a Freestyle Now bmx stunt show, now 12 years later he has some awesome x-ups – Dylan Tomlinson contorted and high on his skateboard, just the way he wants it. More photos can be found on facebook here.

Kody Law 1st in Scooter open class.

Brendon Cross 1st in skateboard open class

Bunbury Action Sport Games skatepark competition – Round 2 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series – 3rd March 2018 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Corbin Te Haara, 2nd Lachlan Norris, 3rd Dylan Munson, 4th Joshua Madson, 5th Seth Bailey, 6th Denver Riches, 7th Chayce Whitton, 8th Luca Wright, 9th Matthew Piggott, 10th Nick Watkins, 11th Caleb Rose

Scooter intermediate – 1st Adam Puffler, 2nd Seb Conte, 3rd Blake Edwards, 4th Ryan Sudintas, 5th Luke Gorey, 6th Kash Toft, 7th Tylar Norton, 8th Jayden Sutton, 9th Cody Pearson.

Scooter open – 1st Kody Law – $500, 2nd Kieran Ramsay – $200, 3rd Jakob Wells – $100, 4th Jiordan Giacoppo, 5th Ethan Rowland

Skateboard beginner – 1st Cruz Evans, 2nd Koltyn Te Haara, 3rd Vai Evans, 4th Aarlen TeHaara, 5th Cody McEvoy, 6th Zen Evans, 7th Kyle Cuzzola

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Levi Pound, 2nd Harry Thompson, 3rd Luke Hawkins, 4th Dexter Guppy

Skateboard open – 1st Brendon Cross – $500, 2nd David Wilson – $200, 3rd Dylan Tomlinson – $100, 4th Rogan Maka, 5th Jesse Nelson, 6th Jack Foreman, 7th Hudson Cleaver, 8th Rustache Mustache

BMX beginner – 1st Matthe Ewing

BMX intermediate – 1st Fabio Canetti, 2nd Jayden Cugini, 3rd Benjamin Target, 4th Jeremy Wilson, 5th Regan Lothian, 6th Benjamin Farrar, 7th Taj Hamilton, 8th Rowan Cosh

BMX open – 1st David Pinelli – $500, 2nd Luke Tooze – $200, 3rd Dylan Schmidt – $100, 4th Daniel Davis, 5th Shane McIver, 6th Leon Vermey, 7th Jack Carwardine, 8th Lachlan Sims
 

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Bassendean skatepark competition BMX scooter skateboard – Round 1 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark series

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Round 1 of the 2018 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series kicked off at the Bassendean skatepark as park to the Gravit8 youth festival. As always the Gravit8 festival did not disappoint. The Town of Bassendean youth workers as always set up the festival so that the night would be rad. Heaps of activities to get involved in if you were not competing or just wanted to chill out. Lots of families come out to support the competition which is always the best. With 61 competitors to get through it was going to be a hard press to get them all done in the allotted time. But as normal Freestyle Now got the skatepark competition done without effort and done smoothly. We would also like to thank our supporters Kickass BMX, The 4 skateboard company, Modus Bearings, Grit scooter, and the Town of Bassendean. Round 4 takes place in Pinjarra so be sure to check our coming events page for more info.

Clockwise from top left – Kyle Bridgeland took advantage of the free slushies and got a 1st in skateboard intermediate – Benjamin Targett use his silent bicycle to partake in some stunts to win 1st place in the bmx intermediate class – Cameron Harapeet was on fire and in the intermediate scooter class, not long till he will need to ride in the open class, he is getting that good – Ross Rogen-Green show up and proceeded to skate really good in his first run but not so good in his second, 3rd place but it was a treat to see his skills. More photos can be found on facebook here.

Luke Tooze took home the 2nd in BMX open but he was airing higher than anyone and this hip jump is proof. Dam he surely can fly.

Bassendean skatepark competition – Round 1 Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series – 10th February 2018 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Gary Garlett, 2nd Maynard Nappers, 3rd Lachlan Norris, 4th Keilan Breen, 5th Shannon Allen, 5th Chris Prince, 7th Taj May, 8th Beaou Guy, 9th Nickolas Bowden, 10th Otis Harvey, 11th Declan Caldwell, 11th Blake Morey, 13th Joel Sorden, 13th Charlie Boffa, 15th Oliver Whittle, 15th Ben Brennard, 17th Ashah Monck, 17th Jack Saunders, 17th Dylan Matson, 20th Trae Mogridge, 21st Boady Lawford, 21st Chevy Smaller, 23rd Thomas Saunders, 23rd Jhett Ugle, 25th Zachery Geranis, 26th Rory Wright, 27th Samara Lawford.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Cameron Harapeet, 2nd Jay-Relle Clinch, 3rd Lachlan Larsen, 4th Austin Cole, 5th Nathan O’Farrell, 6th Connor Gale, 7th Aric Chea, 8th Ashton Kelly, 9th Rhys Barnes-Roberts.

Scooter open – 1st Jiordan Giacoppo, 2nd Tyler Jennings, 3rd Ethan Rowland, 4th Aden Lillas

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Kyle Bridgeland, 2nd Joshua Higginson, 3rd Regie Lane, 4th Luc Cecchele, 5th Judah Wheeler

Skateboard open – 1st Dylan Reese, 2nd Leuis Franich, 3rd Ross Rogen-Green

BMX beginner – 1st Campbell Wilson, 2nd Mason Egan, 3rd Zack Heart

BMX intermediate – 1st Benjamin Targett, 2nd Tyler Henderson, 3rd Jeremy Wilson, 4th Taj Hamilton.

BMX open – 1st Daniel Davis, 2nd Luke Tooze, 3rd Steven Heuer, 4th Lachlan Sims, 5th Jack Carwardine, 6th  Jiordan Giacoppo

 

 

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Drouin BMX Scooter skateboard skatepark competition

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Freestyle now was recently at the Ficifolia Festival in Drouin Victoria to manage a bmx, scooter and skateboard skatepark competition. Drouin is a town in the West Gippsland region about 90 kilometres east of Melbourne. The Ficifolia Festival was a great event with a massive street parade taking place just before the skatepark competition got underway. The Baw Baw shire council put forward $500 toward prize money for the open BMX and scooter classes and with entry fees also added into the prize purse it was just over $800 to share. Drouin Cycles gave out some rad prizes for the afternoon competition. There was only a short time frame to run the competition in the afternoon to fit within the Ficifolia Festival schedule but in true professional manner Freestyle Now got the competition done in time with great accolades from the competitors, festival organizers and parents. In the early afternoon there was some rain about that made the skatepark wet. it dried up before the competition was due to start but this did scare a few competitors away. At the end of the afternoon when all was packed up and set to go home the clouds upened up and let it rain, and rain it did. We were so lucky to have had that time frame on lock. There was a great turnout from the town at the competition with one head count at 400 spectators.

Billy Watts when home $310 richer for winning the open scooter competition. His power and speed in riding is awesome

At all of the Freestyle Now skatepark competition there are three classes for competitors to enter, beginners (younger and still learning), intermediates (competitors with some good skills) and the open class (consistent and dials tricks) in the three disciplines scooter, skateboard and bmx. We would like to thank the contest supporters Community Bank of Drouin, Drouin Cycles, McDonalds Drouin, The Committee for Drouin, Baw Baw Shire Council for their efforts in supporting such a rad event. Be sure to check our coming events page for all the latest event information on stunt showsskatepark competitions and coaching sessions.

Clockwise from top left – Julian Bailey was on fire during the competition and his skills were enough to score the 1st place in the scooter intermediate class – Dean Anderson was loving the jump box at Drouin so much so that he did this turndown back flip at a first trick in his second run – Justin Brebner took home the 1st place in skateboard intermediate, this transfer over to the other side was done flawless – Ollie Furguson with an Xup fly out on his way to win the bmx intermediate class. More photos can be found on our facebook page here.

Dean Anderson flying high with out hands while many mouths are open in awe

Drouin skatepark competition – 10th February 2018 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Ned Ashton, 2nd Ash Stanfeild, 3rd Ben Stanfeild, 4th Jordyn DeKort, 5th Mitchell Carew, 6th Chase Gregory, 7th Ben Carter, 8th Deklan McLachlan, 9th Dave Forbes, 10th Rory Cross, 11th Brayden Franklin, 12th Kyle Cabral, 13th Noah Charles.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Julian Bailey, 2nd Jayme Brown, 3rd Jack Cross, 4th Issacc Bortolin, 5th Wyatt Price, 6th Bailey Pryor. 7th Blake Cann, 8th Koby Mague, 9th Manu Johnson, 10th Trace McLanty, 11th Patrick Opie, 12th Heath Morgan.

Scooter open – 1st Billy Watts $310, 2nd Tom Green $65, 3rd Dylan Arlot $30.

Skateboard beginner – 1st Seth Hill, 2nd Noah Charles

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Justin Brebner, 2nd Jake Anderson, 3rd Zachary Neil, 4th Brendan Wahl, 5th Keefer Wilson.

BMX intermediate – 1st Ollie Furguson, 2nd Dallon Jeffery-Molan, 3rd Jake Price

BMX open – 1st Dean Anderson $310, 2nd Daniel Davis $65, 3rd Rossco Rossco $30, 4th Patrick McGeough

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2017 FREESTYLE NOW WESTERN AUSTRALIAN SKATEPARK SERIES – FINALS RESULTS

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The 2017 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series (F.N.W.A.S.S.) has come to an end. There were 14 rounds in total, covering most of Western Australia from Karratha and Port Hedland in the north to Esperance and Caple in the south as well as the Perth metropolitan area. The point series is open to all participants that compete in the intermediate and open classes in bmx, skateboard and scooter disciplines at all of the designated skatepark competitions that Freestyle Now hosts. There were lots of competitors who entered the competitions during 2017 with each competitor receiving points for their placing. Points are awarded in the following way for each placing, 1st = 30 , 2nd = 25 , 3rd = 20 , 4th = 10 , 5th = 15 , 6th = 5 , 7th onwards = 3

A congratulations goes out to the competitors who competed and followed the series enough to keep their points up. This series doesn’t really dictate who it the best rider in the state but gives the competitors a series to follow to work on a year end title. The 2018 series is set to kick off with round 1 at the Bassendean skatepark on the 16th of February and round 2 will be at the Action Sports Games at the Bunbury skatepark on the 3rd March. To see all of Freestyle Now coming events be sure to check our coming events page. We will be in touch with the winners of the series to award them prizes for their efforts.

For the 2018 series only the top 10 place getters from each competition will get points allocated to the year end series. The winners in open classes will win an away trip with Freestyle now to one of our away events as a guest squad member for the event. All travel costs, accommodation, meals will be taken care of as well as being paid for their services. Other prizes will be awarded to top 3 in all classes. To be eligible to receive prize competitors must compete in no less than 5 competitions. All competitions in the Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series will be held at skateparks within a 300km radius of Perth.

Left Bailey Portman won the skateboard intermediate – Right Jack Forman won first place in open skateboard

Top 3 skateboard intermediate
1st Bailey Portman 80 points, 2nd Zach Brown 70 points 3rd CJ Martinez 60 points
Full results chart here

Top 3 skateboard open
1st Jack Forman 60 points, 2nd Brandon Kilroy 55 points, 3rd Don Howley 46 points
Full results chart here

Left Ethan Rowland won the scooter intermediate – Right Jiordan Giacoppo won first place in open scooter once again that’s 3 years in a row. 2015, 2016 and 2017 year end title holder, congratulation to Jiordan Giacoppo

Top 3 scooter intermediate
1st Ethan Rowland 231 points, 2nd Jacob Flavelle 116 points, 3rd Talyn Galic 108 points
Full results chart here

Top 3 scooter open
1st Jiordan Giacoppo 200 points, 2nd Kody Law 150 points, 3rd Jakob Wells 136 points
Full results chart here

Left Sean Thill won the bmx intermediate – Right Luke Tooze won first place in open bmx with an impressive 2017 year of radness

Top 3 bmx intermediate
1st Sean Thill 140 points, 2nd Adam Smedley 70 points, 3rd Ben Targett 61 points
Full results chart here

Top 3 bmx open
1st Luke Tooze 250 points, 2nd Jack Carwardine 235 points, 3rd Nathan Dobbie 125 points
Full results chart here

2017 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series competition list

Round 1 Wanneroo – 13th January
Round 2 Butler  – 20th January
Round 3 Bassendean – 17th February
Round 4 Collie – 12th March
Round 5 Esperance – 19th March
Round 6 Pinjarra – 1st April
Round 7 South Hedland – 8th April
Round 8 Caple – 22nd April
Round 9 Rockingham – 13th May
Round 10 Port Hedland – 12th August
Round 11 Karratha – 19th August
Round 12 Willetton – 6th October
Round 13 Stratton – 14th October
Round 14 High Wycombe – 9th December

 

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HIGH WYCOMBE SKATEPARK COMPETITION – ROUND 14 FREESTYLE NOW WESTERN AUSTRALIAN SKATEPARK COMPETITION SERIES

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High Wycombe skatepark hosted round 14 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series. This was the last competition in the 2017 series. The Ramp it Up event put on by the City of Kalamunda was a great day. With 59 competitors spread out over the three disciplines of bmx, scooter and skateboard and having a great number of spectators it was nothing but radness all day. Who would have guess that having a skatepark competition in December you would have problems with rain, but there was. On a few occasions the competition was halted while it rained for a few minutes. Once the skatepark was dry again it was all systems go. The day was seamless with all of the disciplines alternating their time on the skatepark. Going into the day Luke Tooze and Jack Carwardine in the bmx open class only had 5 points between them for the year end title. It was close going but this year Luke has seen much progression. With large gaps and fast riding taking place he took the win in the open class and the year end title. We would also like to thank our other supporters Colony BMX, The 4 skateboard company, Modus, Grit scooter, and The City of Kalamunda. The 2018 series kicks off at Bassendean skatepark on the 16th February. Check our coming events page for more info.

Clockwise from top left – Ethan Rowland has been smashing in the intermediate scooter class for 2017 and took the win at High Wycombe competition sealing his year end title for the intermediate scooter class, expect to see him completion in open class in 2018 – Jiordan Giacoppo again took the 1st place position at High Wycombe in the scooter open class as well as winning the year end title for 2017, that’s 3 years in a row. 2015, 2016 and 2017 year end title holder, congratulation to Jiordan Giacoppo – Bailey Portman has been slowly progressing within skating and it’s good to see. At High Wycombe he took home the 1st place in skate intermediate as well as winning the year end title for skateboard intermediate class – Luke Tooze won the year end title as well as the 1st place in bmx open class at High Wycombe. The guy is rad – More photos can be found on the facebook page here.

High Wycombe skatepark competition – 9th December 2017 – Round 14 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Harley Renfrey, 2nd Rhys Cheshire, 3rd Coen Gibson, 4th Russel Mason, 5th Finn Stockley, 5th Douglas Woodward, 5th Carter Nikora, 8th Kade Field, 9th Euan Johnston, 10th Seth Wrigley, 11th Zayle-Bay Straight, 11th Trent Foster, 13th Jai Morete, 14th Brody Henderson, 15th Levi Morete, 15th Jayce Taylor, 17th Tristen Ziak, 18th Ryder Gibson.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Ethan Rowland, 2nd Thomas Wildish, 3rd Kaylen Westcott, 4th Adam Puffler, 5th Jasper Anton, 6th Dylan Raynor, 7th Fabian Evans, 8th Karee Furneyvall, 9th Liam Hillman, 9th Jay Clinch, 11th Kane Wrigley, 12th Ashton Kelly, 12th Kyle Rewell, 14th Jarrod Campbell.

Scooter open – 1st Jiordan Giacoppo, 2nd Brandon Dargie, 3rd Tyler Jennings, 4th Jason Meintjes, 5th Jacob Flavelle

Skateboard beginners – 1st Zayle-Bay Straight, 2nd Coast Henry, 3rd Ryder Gibson

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Bailey Portman, 2nd Max Swan, 3rd Tom Sykes.

BMX beginners – 1st Jeremy Wilson, 2nd Nathan Gart, 3rd Mason Egan, 4th Treharne Wooley, 5th Johnny Williams.

BMX intermediate – 1st Johnathan Cooper, 2nd Taj Hamilton, 3rd Jy Garbin, 4th Tyler Henderson, 5th Jacob Love, 6th Sean Thrill, 7th Benjamin Targett

BMX open – 1st Luke Tooze, 2nd Nathan Dobbie, 3rd Jack Carwardine, 4th Jiordan Giacoppo.

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STRATTON SKATEPARK COMPETITION – ROUND 13 FREESTYLE NOW WESTERN AUSTRALIAN SKATEPARK COMPETITION SERIES

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Stratton skatepark hosted round 13 of the Freestyle Now Western Australian skatepark competition series. Stratton is a small but fun park and the locals of the park were really happy to attend the competition. it was great to see such a good beginner bmx turnout and some new faces in the skateboard division. In the weeks leading up to the competition Freestyle Now hosted several skatepark coaching sessions at the Stratton skatepark and it was good to see the people who attend the session using their new skills in the competition. We would also like to thank our other supporters Colony BMX, The 4 skateboard company, Modus, Grit scooter, Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries in Western Australia and the Rise network
The next round of competitions takes place, round 14, the finals on the 9th December at the High Wycombe skatepark. Check our coming events page for more info.

Clockwise from top left – local scooter rider Cameron Harapett rode well and used some of the new skills he learnt in the previous skatepark coaching session st Stratton skatepark to help take 2nd place in the intermediate class – Bailey Portman had a huge smile when he found out he had placed 1st in the skateboard intermediate class, smith grind – Chris Prince is another Stratton local who was able to advance his skills at the skatepark coaching sessions at Stratton, a well deserved 1st place in the beginner scooter class – Jeremy Wilson rode really well and consistent in the bmx beginners class, double peg grind to being stoked on a 1st place. More photos can be found on the facebook page here.

Stratton skatepark competition – 14th October 2017 – Round 13 Freestyle Now Western Australian Skatepark Series – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Chris Prince, 2nd Reece Fletcher, 3rd Zayle-Bay Straight, 4th Harvy Yorkshire, 5th Austin Cole, 6th Dylan Munson, 7th Blaze Pirga, 8th Shannon Phillips, 9th Conno Hills, 10th Maynard Nodders, 11th Max Cheesbrough, 12th Daniel Wiltanga, 13th Daniel Magowan, 14th Charlie Wiranga, 15th Jordan Hills, 16th Liam Kyle, 17th Scott Hills, 18th Cooper Marsh, 19th Mikayla Marsh

Scooter intermediate – 1st Ethan Rowland, 2nd Cameron Harapett, 3rd Jaxon Fletcher

Scooter open – 1st Zepplen Voyatzis, 2nd Corey Vandam

Skateboard beginners – 1st Cooper Taylor, 2nd Zayle-Bay Straight

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Bailey Portman, 2nd Kyle Bridgland, 3rd Byron Timmons

BMX beginners – 1st Jeremy Wilson, 2nd Taj Hamilton, 3rd Cooper Morrow, 4th Mason Egan, 5th James Jackson, 6th Riley Morrow, 7th Jordan Hills

BMX intermediate – 1st Benjamin Targett

BMX open – 1st Jack Carwardine

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