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2023 Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games – Rollerskates, BMX, Scooter, Skateboard competition


Since 2011, the Action Sports Games has been the ultimate event for Western Australian action sports fans, and Mandurah provides the perfect backdrop with its stunning beaches, breathtaking inland waterways brimming with wildlife, and an epic skatepark that’s just waiting for this kind of competition. The Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware will be held from the 17th to the 19th of March at Hall Park on the Mandurah Western Foreshore, and it promises to be an unmissable event. Featuring wakeboarding, freestyle motocross, skateboarding, BMX, scooter, and, for the first time, rollerskating events, this action-packed weekend of extreme sports has something for everyone. The wakeboarding competition will take place over two days on Mandjar Bay, with freestyle motocross demos happening throughout the day. The skateboard, scooter, BMX, and rollerskate competitions will undoubtedly be a highlight, with top competitors battling it out for over $4000 in prize money and prizes. The BMX competition will be round 1 of 3 rounds for the Western Australian BMX freestyle championships, so you can expect some great riding from the BMX crews. Competitors of all ages and skill levels can enter a range of classes, including pro classes with cash prizes on the line. Don’t miss out on this thrilling weekend of non-stop action and fun at the Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware. Join us and witness Western Australia’s best action sports athletes as they compete in one of the most stunning settings in the state!


Kicking off on the evening of Friday, March 17th, the skatepark action begins with the rollerskate competition, included for the first time ever. On Saturday, March 18th, round 1 of the Action Sports Games begins with the small bowl competition, with BMX leading the way before moving onto the scooter competition and finishing up with the skateboard competition. Sunday, March 19th is all about round 2 and the big bowl. The morning starts with the scooter competition, followed by skateboarding in the mid-afternoon and BMX in the evening as the sun sets. This is set to be an epic weekend of non-stop action that you won’t want to miss. Be sure to join us at the Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware and witness some of Western Australia’s best action sports athletes in action!

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  • Friday 17th March – Rollerskate – Small bowl competition
  • Check in and warm ups – 6:30pm – 7:00pm / Competition – 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Saturday 18th March – Small bowl competition round
  • BMX – Check in and warm ups – 9:30am – 10:00am / Competition – 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • Scooter – Check in and warm ups – 1:30pm – 2:00pm / Competition – 2:00pm – 3:30pm
  • Skateboard – Check in and warm ups – 4:00pm – 4:30pm / Competition – 4:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Sunday 19th March – Big bowl competition round
  • Scooter – Check in and warm ups – 8:30am – 9:00am / Competition – 9:00am – 10:30am / Presentations – 10:30am – 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 – 7:30pm / Presentations – 7:30pm – 8:00pm

COMPETITION FORMAT – Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual run on both days.(except beginners in scooter and BMX). Your best run counts for your score (highest points win). Both competition places will be combined to find the Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games champion. Any ties for 1st, 2nd or 3rd is decided by a run off.

JUDGING CRITERIA – There are 3 judges to award points according to the judging criteria

  • Difficulty. Best score possible from one judge – 20 points
  • Definition – Tricks that are difficult to execute, Technical tricks, difficult lines within the park, large gaps or high airs will also be taken into account
  • Diversity. Best score possible from one judge – 20 points
  • Definition – A run consisting of various types of tricks (grinds, stalls and airs), Using the park to its full capability (tricking on as many obstacles as you can), Using the park in ways that other competitors are not (original lines through the park or tricking parts of the park that no one is tricking.), The more varied the run and the more obstacles ridden the higher the score.
  • Consistency. Best score possible from one judge – 20 points
  • Definition – A run that has been done without any feet touching by mistake or crashes. Tricks done but not pulled smooth will also come into account with consistency points, the less touches or crashes and the smoother the run the higher the score the competitor will receive.


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Bunbury Rollerskate competition – October 2022


The new Bunbury skatepark hosted its first rollerskate competition, and it was a thrilling event focused solely on the big bowl. Skaters from all over the region gathered to showcase their skills and compete for prizes, and the female skaters particularly shone with their incredible talent and sportsmanship. The competition was held exclusively in the big bowl and featured beginner and open categories for different skill levels. The judges were impressed by the level of talent displayed by all of the participants, but the female skaters particularly stood out, demonstrating their strength, agility, and grace on the roller skates. The highlight of the competition was seeing the open class throw down some amazing skills and tricks in the big bowl. Spectators were amazed as they glided and spun their roller skates in the air, landing perfect tricks every time. The energy and excitement in the air was so good as everyone was super supportive of each other and the crowd cheered on their favorite skaters with enthusiasm. Aside from the competition, the event also featured food trucks and other activities for spectators. Families and friends gathered to enjoy the day, and the atmosphere was fun and lively. The brand new Bunbury Skatepark, which was recently opened to the public, proved to be the perfect venue for the competition with its great design had ample space for skaters to showcase their skills. Overall, the Bunbury Skatepark rollerskate competition was a huge success. Freestyle Now hope to return to Bunbury to host another rollerskate skatepark competition in the near future.  Keep up to date with all of our events on our coming events web page here

Clockwise from top left – Millie Wright was one of the young beginners at the Bunbury rollerskate competition keen to push the limits. – Sarah Connor dropping into the Bunbury bowl for the very first time while her daughter yells support and her husband documents the radness with photos. – Chloe Pizzuto pops out of the bowl and jumps into a manual, super hard and technical. – Sasha Burg was making everything look easy with great flow and good airs. – More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

 Bunbury Rollerskate skatepark Competition 8th October 2022 – final results

Open – 1st Brayden Taylor, 2nd Sasha Beurg, 3rd Chloe Pizzuto, 4th Sara Mcintosh

Beginner – 1st Sophie Connor, 2nd Lillie Hinchy, 3rd Bonnie Cameron, 4th Sarah Connor, 5th Millie Wright, 6th Ruby House


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Cooloongup skatepark competition – September 2022


Freestyle Now hosted a skatepark competition at the Cooloongup skatepark thanks to the City of Rockingham. What a super fun event with a good range of participants in skateboard, scooter, rollerskates and BMX out to get rad. For many competitors it was their first time being in a competition and were nervous. Relax and breath and just focus on your riding it the best advice for new comers into competitions, and remember the more competitions you do the more relaxed you get with them. You’re not out to win the competition but out to do the best you can and feel you did a good run. Thank you to all who attended.

Competitions are great to attend to meet new people and see other riders and their styles of riding. Hope to see you at the next competition soon. 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 – Arya Powell took second in the intermediate skateboard, it had been their first competition entered in over 2 years and they were a little nervous, but just relaxing and breathing through it they had two solid runs – Brendan Taylor took some time off from studying to have a roll at the Cooloongup competition and took the first place in the rollerskating division, it’s always a pleasure to see him skate – Dempesy rode BMX and did radical maneuvers, just like Dempsey does – Sampson Martin was the only scooter beginner in the competition but that did not waver his determination and you can tell by his tongue out riding style.

More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.


Cooloongup skatepark competition 29th September – official results

Skateboard open – 1st Oli Lane, 2nd Lily Henry, 3rd Jake Turnbull, 4th Kieran Treasure, 5th Tyler Rodden, 6th Miles Harding

Skateboard intermediate – 1st Lewis Reise, 2nd Arya Powell, 3rd Dylan Squires-Ryrie, 4th Indigo Dale, 5th Hudson Beck, 6th Lex Mark Javier

Skateboard beginners – 1st Lea Tomolowicz, 2nd Zara Jones, 3rd Sophie Stahlhut, 4th Maddison Brown, 5th Logan Tomolowicz, 6th Harrison Squire-Ryrie, 7th Alice Stahlhut, 8th Gus Stahlhut, 9th Hayden Bales

Scooter open – 1st Tristan Sinclair, 2nd Max Power, 3rd Shannon Darce

Scooter intermediate – 1st Lachlan Humes, 2nd Campbell Pitchers, 3rd Brandon Black

Scooter beginners – 1st Sampson Martin

Rollerskate – 1st Brendan Taylor, 2nd Chloe Pizzuto, 3rd Arinka Dale

BMX – 1st Dempsey, 2nd Sebastian Yong

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Emmi Rumsa stalls a spiderman in the deep end of the bowl. The rollerskate crew came to Bridgetown in full effect.

When Bridgetown had their skatepark built back in 2008 Freestyle Now was there to help celebrate the opening by hosting a skatepark competition, and it was an honor to return 14 years later to help celebrate the opening of the skatepark upgrade. The new upgrade is rad. It has some great elements and is linked to the old park well, which helps hosting competitions. The Bridgetown competition marked the inclusion of the first official rollerskate competition for Freestyle Now. With skateboard, scooter and BMX already on the schedule adding another discipline made for a super hectic but super rad competition. Rollerskating at skateparks has been steadily growing and now rollerskating is ready for competitions, and all the proof you need for that happened at Bridgetown, the rollerskate crew brought the hype

The Bridgetown / Manjimip area has a great skatepark scene and the crews were stoked on the competition, it was also great to see many past locals returning to where it started for them to participate in the competition. The morning of the competition Freestyle Now hosted a skatepark coaching session which was well attended and many skilled were taught along with what judges are looking for in a competition.

We need to give a big shout out to the Blackwood youth action team, Relationships Australia WA, Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes and the Rotary Club of Bridgetown for supporting the competition and also a massive shout out to the Paper planes store in Bridgetown for supporting the rollerskate competition. They definitely know rollerskates and if your in town be sure to stop in and check out their shop, its super rad.

We would also like to thank all the competitors for attending and making the event as rad as it was. Competitions are great to attend to meet new people and see other riders and their styles of riding. Hope to see you at the next competition soon. 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.

Otis Sienkewitz with a massive boneless in the deep end of the new Bridgetown bowl.

Clockwise from top left – The morning of the skatepark competition Freestyle Now hosted a coaching session, here Amos Hadad is helping participants learn new skills – Freestyle Now scooter coach Oben McHaull making sure the coaching participants can improve their confidence with some no footer jumping – Josh Caswell was at the opening of the Bridgetown skatepark in 2008 and also in 2022 with taking the win in the open skateboard competition – Local scooter shredder Luke Gorey took home the 3rd place in the scooter open class.

Clockwise from top left – Adam Puffler or is it Stanley Flip or is it Adam Puffler doing a Stanley flip? – Tayah Payne is really good at skating – The rollerskate crew brought the hype to Bridgetown and were in full effect, thanks for coming – Jon Graham has been a BMX rider for many many years and its great to see him again doing what he does, ride BMX well and do radical tricks. All photos thanks to Blackwood Youth Action. More photos can be found on the Blackwood Youth Action Facebook page here.

Bridgetown skatepark competition 2nd April 2022 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st RJ  Marshall, 2nd Bayden Miller, 3rd Max Self, 4th Chevy Maxwell, 5th Harlee Franklin, 6th Max Varnavides, 7th Josh Jewell, 8th Amielio Thornton

Scooter intermediate – 1st Kelly Egerton, 2nd Seth Giblett, 3rd Liam Camilleri, 4th Ashton  Watson, 5th Franco Santella, 6th Oscar Ralston

Scooter open – 1st Adam Puffler, 2nd Kash Toft, 3rd Luke Gorey, 4th Damian Van, 5th Tom Dad, 6th Corey VanDam

Skateboard 9 years and under – 1st Otis Sienkewitz, 2nd Jake Turnbull

Skateboard 12 years and under – 1st Indigo Dale, 2nd Khalen Cutts, 3rd Teale Cutts, 4th Marcus  Leighton, 5th Olivia Wallace

Skateboard 15 years and under – 1st Tayah Payne, 2nd Jackson Dudley

Skateboard open – 1st Josh Caswell, 2nd Jeremy Conner, 3rd Scott Cameron

BMX beginner – 1st RJ Marshall, 2nd Max Varnavides, 3rd Max Self, 4th Cyrus Trewarn, 5th Austin Dixon

BMX open – 1st Jon Graham, 2nd Russell Forrest, 3rd Seth Giblett, 4th Riley Kelly

Rollerskate beginner – 1st Harry Connor, 2nd Bonnie Cameron, 3rd Mia Allbon, 4th Taliyah Law, 5th Matilda Rogerson

Rollerskate open – 1st Sasha Berg, 2nd Chloe Pizzuto, 3rd Kiarah Welsh, 4th Emmi Rumsa, 5th Eisha Ryden-Hale, 6th Lillie Hinchy, 7th Portia Crook, 8th Arani Prindiville, 9th Sophie Connor

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