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2021 Margaret River Agricultural show – BMX Scooter and Skateboard stunt shows

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Freestyle Now attended the 2021 Margaret River agricultural show with our portable skatepark set up and rolled out rad with some amazing BMX, scooter and skateboard stunt shows. The team of radical participants consisted of Shaun Jarvis, Dylan Schmidt, Levi Rebbeck, Sam Ormski and Jack Velkoski. Freestyle Now has performed at the Margaret River Show many times before but this was the first time Freestyle Now was there with a BMX, scooter and skateboard show. Friday night was super rad, local band Field Unit played right next to the show area, pumping out the rock vibes and amping everyone up. Saturday was a good day with the ramps being moved around to mix it up a bit and keeping the level of stoke up. It was a rad time in Margaret River and the shows were super rad with lots of crowd interactions.

When it comes to entertainment Freestyle Now definitely has you covered with a high entertainment value bmx stunt show. Make sure you check out our coming events page to see where the next Freestyle Now stunt shows will be going down. If you would like this type of great entertainment at your next event please get in contact with Freestyle Now with your requirements. A full list of all the stunt shows that Freestyle Now has ever done over the past 35 years can be found on our past stunt show page

 

Clockwise from top left – Jack Velkoski peeling off the ledge – Shaun and Dylan have got the double routine down – Sam Ormski is on another level of skating – Shaun Jarvis rolling in circles no handed.

Clockwise from top left – Sam Ormski big boneless at sun down – Levi Rebbeck was flowing the ramp set up and laying down some rad scooter moves like this bri whip – Shaun rolling in circles on the front wheel while Field Unit rock out – Dylan has these no hander over jams on lock.

More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

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BASSENDEAN SKATEPARK – SKATEBOARD, SCOOTER AND BMX SKATEPARK COMPETITION – FEBRUARY 2022

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Freestyle Now hosted another skateboard, scooter and BMX skatepark competition at the Bassendean skatepark. As always Bassendean lived up to its reputation for an awesome competition. We need to give a big shout out to the Town of Bassendean and the Bassendean youth services, Always supporting the skatepark. The format for the skatepark competition was two runs each competitor and the best run counts. It was a super tight competition over all the disciplines in all the classes. With three judges and three judging criteria’s when you add up all the numbers to have only a few points between places is super tight. 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.

Clockwise from top left – West Australian BMX legend Ryan Aquilina is forever young and able to win the open class – Oli lane took a 3rd in the skateboard open class, he skates differently to many. Hand plant over the rail – This image of Bianca Martin sums up the vibe from competitions. Fun, hanging out with friends and blasting ramps – Corey VanDam is not crashing. This Stanley flip is hectic. Another win in the open class at Bassendean for Corey.

More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

Bassendean skatepark competition 19th February 2022 – Official results

Competitor’s points are listed after their name

Scooter under 10’s – 1st Thomas Wakelin 51, 2nd RJ Marshall 45, 3rd Isaac Bright 44, 4th Zaige Riddle 42, 5th Kade Scott 38, 6th DJ Hancey 34, 7th Addison Park 32

Scooter beginner – 1st Brodie Paewhenua 67, 2nd Jayce Blakers 61, 3rd Spencer Park 56, 4th Drew Hancey 53, 5th Jaxon Baker 41

Scooter intermediate – 1st Hayden Brewer 66, 2nd Freja Iburg 64, 3rd Charles Morrison 57, 4th Brent Waddingham 49, 5th Noah Allison 39 

Scooter open – 1st Corey Van Dam 87, 2nd Jeremy Clowry 76, 3rd Joshua Davies 74, 4th Oben McHoull 67, 5th Rhys Morris 58 

Skateboard 9 years and under – 1st Mia Kreter   79, 2nd Mason Clark 67, 3rd Tayah Payne 66, 4th Harlow Clark 61, 5th Rogue Day 57, 6th Ella Rogers 56, 7th Levi Pagdanganan 51

Skateboard 12 years and under – 1st Archie Anning 82, 2nd Josh Rechichi 55, 3rd Ringo Coogan    53, 4th Neale Whittaker   48

Skateboard 15 years and under – 1st Lachlan Creighton 64, 2nd Lachlan Bidefeld 58, 3rd    Kenzo Coogan 57, 4th Cayden Riddle 56, 5th Tom Rechichi 55, 6th Madison Rocca 51

Skateboard open – 1st Florian Stoopman 80, 2nd Rob Sinclair 74, 3rd Oli Lane 71, 4th Tom Bee 63, 5th Damian Hume 59, 6th Amos Hadad 58, 7th Christian Pagdanganan 53, 8th Kim Clark 49

BMX under 10’s – 1st Jayce Blakers 57, 2nd RJ Marshall 48, 3rd Noah Frayne 45, 4th Jack Quinlan 41

BMX beginner – 1st Bianca Martin 57, 2nd Brent Waddingham 54, 3rd Samuel Evans 52, 4th Hamish Cordiner Sumpton 49

BMX intermediate – 1st Albie Livesley 59, 164, 2nd Kirill Brogohton 57

BMX open – 1st Ryan Aquilina 85, 2nd Jerremy Wilson 74, 3rd Jack Hooper 68, 4th Jack Carwardine 67, 5th Jack Badkin 60

 

 

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The 2022 Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware

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The Action Sports Games has been a Western Australians premier action sports event for the past decade. Taking place over the weekend of 14th and 15th May at Hall Park on the Mandurah Western Foreshore. The Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware is one weekend you don’t want to miss. The Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games will be a combination of freestyle motocross, skateboarding, BMX and scooter events into an action-packed weekend of extreme sports along with the Food Truck Festival and DJ’s keeping the good times rolling all day long. The skatepark will defiantly be a highlight over the weekend with BMX, scooter and skateboard competitors sharing in over $5000 in cash and prizes. 2022 will be the first time there is a woman’s open skateboard class sharing in the prize money. The skatepark will host two bowl competitions back to back with Saturday seeing the action in the small bowl and Sunday will be all about the big bowl. 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. Competitors will need to compete in both small and big bowl competitions to make their points count. The competition caters for participants from under 10 to the top skilled pro riders. The full skatepark competition schedule and registration link is listed below so be sure to check it and then get registered. Time schedules can change due to competitor numbers. We will do our best to remain of schedule but it’s a skatepark competition so be prepared for changes at any time. Competitors can enter multi disciplines but only one class in each. We will not refund you your entry fee if you have entered into more than one class.

The full skatepark competition schedule and registration link is listed below so be sure to check it and then get registered. The Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware is a free event, and we are looking forward to welcoming everyone to Mandurah to experience the thrills and excitement of this action packed event. This is going to one epic weekend that you do not want to miss.

Register online here

Action Sports Games skatepark competition schedule
Time schedules can change due to competitor numbers. We will do our best to remain of schedule but it’s a skatepark competition so be prepared for changes at any time.
Register online to save you time on the day. If you are going to register on the day you will pay more and you will have to be early to register. Make your time easy and our and register online. Online registrations need to check in 20 minutes before your scheduled competition time. Competitors can enter multi disciplines but only one class in each. We will not refund you your entry fee if you have entered into more than one class. There are many different classes for competitors to enter so be sure to check the information and schedules before you enter the competition.

14th May – Saturday small bowl competition

BMX
• Check in and warm up – 8:30am – 9:00am
• Under 10’s – 9am – 9:30am
• Beginner – 9:30am – 10:10am
• Intermediate – 10:10am – 10:50am
• Elite – 10:50am – 11:20am

Scooter
• Check in and warm up – 12noon – 12:30pm
• Under 10’s – 12:30 – 1pm
• Beginner – 1pm – 1:40pm
• Intermediate – 1:40pm – 2:20pm
• Open – 2:20pm – 2:50pm

Skateboard
• Check in and warm up – 3:30pm – 4pm
• 9 and under – 4pm – 4:50pm
• 12 and under – 4:50pm – 5:40pm
• 15 and under – 5:40pm – 6:40pm
• Open woman’s and open men’s – 6:40pm – 7:40pm

15th May – Sunday big bowl competition

Scooter
• Check in and warm up – 8:30am – 9:00am
• Under 10’s – 9am – 9:30am
• Beginner – 9:30am – 10:10am
• Intermediate – 10:10am – 10:50am
• Open – 10:50am – 11:20am
• Presentations – 11:20am – 12noon

Skateboard
• Check in and warm up – 12noon – 12:30pm
• 9 and under – 12:30pm – 1:20pm
• 12 and under – 1:20pm – 2:10pm
• 15 and under – 2:10pm – 3pm
• Open woman’s and open men’s – 3pm – 3:50pm
• Presentations – 3:50pm – 4pm

BMX
• Check in and warm up – 4pm – 4:30pm
• Under 10’s – 4:30am – 5pm
• Beginner – 5pm – 5:40pm
• Intermediate – 5:40pm – 6:20pm
• Elite – 6:20pm – 6:50pm
• Presentations – 6:50pm – 7:30pm

Competition format 

Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual run on both days.
Your best run counts for your score (highest points win)
Judging criteria is listed below.
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.

Skateboard competition information
Divisions – 9 and under, 12 and under, 15 and under, Open woman’s, Open men’s
Male and female compete in the same age division
This will be an Australian Skateboard Federation points competition
Open woman’s and men’s class will be competition for a guaranteed $700 prize money in each class. Percentage of entry fees go back to increase prize money. More competitors, more prize money.
Any female skater competing in the woman’s open class will be stepping it up and will be required to compete in mixed open class at any future Freestyle Now competitions.
Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual runs on both days. Your best run counts for your score (highest points win). Judging criteria is listed below.
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.

Entry fee skateboard

9 and under, 12 and under, 15 and under
$10 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$20 – on the day

Open
$20 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$40 – on the day

Scooter competition information
Divisions
Under 10’s (competitors 10 years and under)
Beginners (Younger and still learning skills)
Intermediates (Competitors with some good skills)
Open (Consistent and dialed tricks)
Male and female compete in the same division
Open class will be competition for a guaranteed $700 prize money to share. Percentage of entry fees go back to increase prize money. More competitors, more prize money
Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual runs on both days. 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.

Entry fee scooter

Under 10’s, Beginner, Intermediate
$10 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$20 – on the day

Open
$20 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$40 – on the day

BMX competition information
Divisions
Under 10’s (competitors 10 years and under)
Beginners (Younger and still learning skills)
Intermediates (Competitors with some good skills)
Open (Consistent and dialed tricks)
Male and female compete in the same division.
The Mandurah Action Sports Games will be round 1 of 3 rounds for the Western Australian BMX freestyle state championships.
Open class will be competition for a guaranteed $700 prize money to share. Percentage of entry fees go back to increase prize money. More competitors, more prize money
Each competitor gets 2 x 1 minute individual runs on both days. 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.

Entry fee BMX

Under 10’s, Beginner, Intermediate
$10 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$20 – on the day

Open
$20 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$40 – on the day

Mandurah Action Sports Games skatepark competition 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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Balga skatepark festival – scooter skateboard bmx skatepark competition – January 2022

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Freestyle Now hosted the first skatepark competition at the new Balga skatepark. It was a well attended event despite the 40c heat. Competitors were told to stay hydrated and apply sunscreen, a 30 minute maximum warm up and two sixty second runs meant they were not out in the heat for long. Sure it was a hot day but nothing can stop the radness from being rolled out. There was a great turn out of competitors in all the divisions. The structure of the skatepark competition was to have the scooter competition first, announce the results and present prizes, then the skateboard competition and finally the BMX competition. This format worked really well over the course of the day. There was so many prizes at this competition that all competitors took home a prize and in some cases two or three prizes. A big thank you goes to the City of Stirling for all their support on this competition

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 – Spencer Park 1st in scooter under 10’s – Brodie Paehenua winning the beginner scooter class – Hayden Brewer took the 1st place in scooter intermediate – Oben McHoull sends a inward down the stair on the way to win the open class. More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

Clockwise from top left – Tayah Payne won the 9 years and under skateboard competition – Archie Anning is super consistent and could have placed well in the open class, 1st in 12 years and under class – Rudy Selvies travel from way down south to compete at the Balga comp and took hope the 1st palace in the 15 years and under – Daniel Aubrey had the flow and the tricks locked in to win the open class. More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

Clockwise form top left – Bianca Martin won the under 10’s – Brenten Waddingham took home a 1st place in the beginner BMX competition – Roman Depiazzi will be winning the open class very soon, for now he won the intermediates – Jeremy Wilson crooked grind and a win in the Elite class. More photos can be found on our Facebook page here

 

Balga skatepark competition 22nd January 2022 – Official results (points after name)

Scooter under 10’s – 1st Spencer Park 64, 2nd Calais Blakers 52

Scooter beginner – 1st Brodie Paehenua 69, 2nd Blake Denny 68, 3rd Brenten Waddingham 52, 4th Gavin Penny 45

Scooter intermediate – 1st Hayden Brewer 93, 2nd Freja Iburg 91, 3rd Nataha Tanner 90, 4th Lucas Lenane 87, 5th Jayce Blakers 85, 6th Hamish Larsen 80, 7th Josh Atkison 61

Scooter open – 1st Oben McHoull 111, 2nd Jeremy Clowry 103, 3rd Andy Tran 92, 4th Joshua Davies 82

 

Skateboard 9 years and under – 1st Tayah Payne 77, 2nd Mason Clark 76, 3rd Rogue Day 70, 4th Illay Godfrey 69, 5th Harlow Clark 68, 6th Pepper Connolly 65, 7th Kasper Godfrey 62,  8th Rosie Connolly 60.

Skateboard 12 years and under – 1st Archie Anning 98, 2nd Hailee Roberts 88, 3rd Ryleigh Richardson 83, 4th Nate Stewart 82, 5th Kaden Stewart 81, 6th Locky Obrien 80, 7th Khoi Nguyen 79, 8th Miles Harding 70, 9th Xavier Moreno 62

Skateboard 15 years and under – 1st Rudy Selvies 96, 2nd Rolly Moore 85, 3rd Zayle-Bay Straigh 79, 4th Jake Smith 77, 5th Rio Gray 67, 6th Dominic Bereezuai 55, 7th Kieran Treasure 55, 8th Ryan Green 50

Skateboard open – 1st Daniel Aubrey 100, 2nd Jake Smith 82, 3rd Claudia Duane 75, 4th Boadie Meldrum 71, 5th Khai Nielsen 69, 6th Amos Hadad 68, 7th Damien Hume 64, 8th Archie Butterworth 64

 

BMX under 10’s – 1st Bianca Martin 75, 2nd Jayce Blakers 68, 3rd Brody Brown 65, 4th Dusty Obrien 57, 5th Calais Blakers 55

BMX beginner – 1st Brenten Waddingham 74, 2nd Samual Evans 72, 3rd Ilay Godfrey 67, 4th Locky Obrien 61, 5th Gavin Penny 57

BMX intermediate – 1st Roman Depiazzi

BMX open – 1st Jeremy Wilson 116, 2nd Jack Carwardine 107, 3rd Jack Hooper 103

 

 

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BREMER BAY SKATEPARK COMPETITION – JANUARY 2022

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Freestyle Now hosted Bremer Bay’s second skatepark competition for the Bremer bay community resource centre thanks Healthways and the Shire of Jerramungup. The day before the competition Freestyle Now hosted a skatepark coaching session. Lots of participants learnt new skills and gained confidence with navigating the skatepark. Freestyle Now also spoke to the participants about how a skatepark competition is judged and how to plan out a competition run. At the competition many of the participants put this advice to good use. The competition was well attended by the town of Bremer Bay with many spectators and supporters, which was great to see. At the end of the competition all the participants no matter their placing took home a prize. It was also good to see some participants entering more than one discipline, yeah more prizes. A big thank you to the Bremer bay community resource centre. 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.

Skatepark competitions are a fun time to hang with friends and put all the skills you have learnt to the test. Bremer Bay had lots of fun. More photos can be found on our Facebook page here.

Bremer Bay skatepark competition 13th January 2022 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Ruby Clews, 2nd Annabelle Reddington, 3rd Patrick Witham, 4th Maeve Belton, 5th Chloe Kellow, 6th Mikayla Reddington.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Ronan Ross, 2nd Ian Johnson, 3rd Victor Formica, 4th Zac Thompson, 5th Josh Mitchell, 6th Dylan Kellow, 7th Paddy Belton, 8th John Sugars.

Blades – 1st Caleb Kellow.

Skateboard beginner – 1st Jordy Thomas, 2nd Rohan Kellow, 3rd Henry Stone, 4th Felix Steinwandel.

Skateboard open – 1st Jeff Evans, 2nd Maisie Mitchell.

BMX – 1st Zack Thompson, 2nd Jed Johnson, 3rd Lincoln Young, 4th Boston Barrows.

 

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Kareece Furneyvall moves up to full Freestyle Now squad status

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Welcome to full squad status Kareece Furneyvall.

Welcome to full squad status Kareece Furneyvall. Starting out as a recruit in August 2017 Kareece has not only progressed with their riding, carving out their own unique style, but also they have grown into the one of the most amazing coaches and mentors Freestyle Now has. Kareece has a natural ability to engage with participants at skateparks and understand how to break down tricks to their basic form and explain each step to participants. Being a coach is not an easy task, it takes a certain understanding not only on the way to break down the mechanics of tricks but also the understanding that each participant has different abilities to comprehend. Kareece has all of this dialed. When it comes to scooter riding Kareece has their own style. After riding for 12 years and trying to follow the same as many other riders and not having fun, it took a scooter ride around the Swan river to really find what the reason for riding was all about, the fun and enjoyment. After this ride their riding style shifted to have more flow, more technical type of tricks. The fun of riding came back. You can see when Kareece is riding they don’t care about impressing anyone except themselves, this makes a good rider. Their riding is for them and judgment of others is irrelevant. What a lot of people don’t know is that Kareece also skates and rides BMX as well. While he enjoys both of these, scooters are their jam and we can see a scooter lifer every time Kareece steps on their scooter.

Toboggan footplant at sun down

The love of manuals is evident in Kareece’s riding, like this Xup manual at belmont

Kareece suffered a broken collarbone on October 2020. After a coaching session had finished he went for a quick ride at the skatepark only to be too comfortable on a finger whip and forgetting the cardinal rule with riding, never take tricks for granted. Landing wrong and rolling onto their shoulder a distinct sound was heard and straight away knew it was a collarbone. The recovery was impeded by a doctor dislodging the bones which resulted in surgery to screw it all back together. Coming in to March 2021 was when Kareece really started to find that mojo to be in scooter mode again. The below video is that journey of ”getting my mojo back”

 

 

“I’m incredibly stoked to officially on full Freestyle Now squad status. I’m so grateful to be able to finally release this video! The first clip was filmed in March of 2021 just a few months after breaking my collarbone, and I set myself a goal to collect some clips from every skatepark and spot I get to travel to through coaching. Freestyle Now has always been there for me, whether it was participating in the comps and learning from the sessions, or being able to live out my passion and be continuously inspired by my environment. Freestyle Now has given me the confidence to freestyle the now in my own unique way, being able to work with passion and spontaneity. Without Freestyle Now my recovery wouldn’t of been the same and I think this video shows how impactful that support was for me ‘getting my mojo back’! Words can’t express my gratitude to Freestyle Now and the opportunities given to me, thank you for the last five years and I look forward to rolling out the rad forever!” Kareece

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Fresh new scooter build – How to build up a new scooter

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Freestyle Now squad member Kareece Furneyvall takes you through building up a new scooter. Showing you how to apply grip tape, getting your SCS clamp adjusted and getting them grips on as well as the bar ends. If you are looking at building a new scooter be sure to check out this video to make sure you are doing it all correctly. Be sure to give it a watch.

 

 

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Kalgoorlie skatepark competition April 2021

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Freestyle Now hosted a skatepark competition at the world famous Kalgoorlie skatepark. One of the best skatepark in the world, it allows multiple users to use the skatepark all at the same time. The skatepark was built in 2001 and then had a major upgrade about 6 years ago. The skatepark is super awesome with great flow. This allows for great competitions and has a large assortment of obstacles and ramps to suit everyone’s styles and skill levels. The lines at the Kalgoorlie skatepark are endless. The competition took place on a Saturday afternoon after Freestyle Now hosted a skatepark coaching session in the morning. A big thank you to the youth team at the City of Kalgoorlie Boulder and also to our supporters Grit ScooterThe 4 skateboard co and Colony BMX. 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 – Jaden Oram doing his thing, inwards down the stairs. – Riley Fowler has been skating in Kalgoorlie for many years and had got his skate skills on lock. 1st place in skate open. – Bryce Grout took the 1st place in scooter intermediate with skills that are forever increasing. – Corey Smithies has grown up riding Kalgoorlie skatepark. He could ride this place with his eyes closed. Its always a treat to see him get rad on home turf, 1st place in the BMX class. – More photos can be found on our facebook page here

Kalgoorlie skatepark competition 17th April 2021 – Official results

Scooter beginner – 1st Jak Scerri, 2nd Hecekiah Maaukau, 3rd Seth Stevenson, 4th Enoch Keru, 5th Bradley Akers, 6th Luke Thomas, 7th Brian Keru, 8th Paora Huiton-Wainui, 9th Krymein Nicholls, 10th Kayden Laurenson, 11th Chase Coulter, 12th Angus McCulloch, 13th Dylan Mihozzi.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Bryce Grout, 2nd Retief Vlashich. 3rd Stanie Jack, 4th Jarryd Kirkwood, 5th Calvin Bumpu, 6th Kelly Mailey, 7th Blake Wath.

Scooter open – 1st Jaden Oram

Skateboard beginner – 1st Isabelle Mallory, 2nd Bridie Murphy, 3rd Jess Murphy

Skateboard open – 1st Riley Fowler, 2nd Ben Basley, 3rd Jaden Oram, 4th Simo Maisey

BMX – 1st Corey Smithies, 2nd Lincon Trinadad, 3rd Bouyden Hogan, 4th Jarryd Kirkwood, 5th Ethan White, 6th Retief Vlashich

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Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware – Scooter competition April 2021

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The Action Sports Games has been a staple of the competition scene for 10 years, the first taking place in Mandurah in 2011. After a few years the event moved to Bunbury and was held there for a few years and now it was back at Mandurah, held at the new Mandurah skatepark. What an amazing event the Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware was. The competition zone was the small bowl and street/plaza section so that it gave diversity to the competition so that competitors of many different styles and abilities could throw down. This was one of the biggest scooter competitions that Western Australia had seen in a few years. The scooter competition was so well attended with large numbers of competitors all keen to roll out the rad and be involved supporting scooters. With lots of cash and prizes to be won many riders were keen to compete. The beginners had a good list of riders and it was a regular to our coaching sessions Lucas Lenane that took the win. Freja Iburg has been attending a few competition in the past few months and it’s good to see their progress. Keeping it calm during the competition runs it important and you can see Freja has been improving, taking the win in the girls / ladies class, most awesome. Luke Donovan is on the rise with their skills. Will he be completion in next year’s pro class? Could be if his progression stays moving on. His win in the open class was super impressive and dialed.

Jarod Colwell had so many tricks at the Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games. This super grab over the box was so clean and dialed just like all of his other tricks. A true professional skilled scooter rider.

The pro class was off the hook and Jarod Colwell was hanging off another hook that was well and truly off the first hook. His runs were something else. His backflip from flat down a gap was the wildest thing of the contest, totally came from nowhere and erupted the crowd for sure. His first place in the pro class and $500 cash winnings could never be disputed. Taking 2nd place in the pro class was Corey Vandam with $250, his 540 flairs was so spot on and clean. Another OG taking third was Jae Yates only 3 points behind Corey. A few inconsistencies in a few tricks may have been the issue as it certainly was not his lack of skills. Consistency is key in competitions. Adam Puffler was only 1 point behind Jae, Adam has defiantly moved up the skills ladder since he won the intermediates class at the 2018 Action Sports Games. Kash Toft is on the up and rise, it’s a name to know for next year’s pro class. Kash was only one point behind Adam, yeah the pro class was a super tight competition. Kash as some rad skills that if the progress is still there could be a podium challenger. We would like to thank our competition supporters Scooter Hut, Grit scooters, Crisp scooters, District scooters, Striker scooters, Root Industries as well as all the scooter riders and spectators who came to the competition. We are looking forward to making the 2022 Mandurah Action Sports Games even bigger again. See you there.

Clockwise from top left – Lucas Lenane is a young beginner scooter rider that is seeking out their own style and flow. Some nice uprail action on his way to first in the beginners. – Freja Iburg road really well and took the win in the girls / ladies class. – Luke Donovan likes Nirvana and can also ride scooters really good. Over the box on his way to first in the open class. – Logan Dunbar backflippin and winning the intermediates class, expect to see Logan in the open class next year. – More photos can be found on our facebook page here .

Corey Vandam floating casually while his scooter deck masks his eyes from being in the photo, second place in pro scooter.

 

Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games presented by Drug Aware Headspace skatepark competition

Scooter Hut Scooter competition results 10th April 2021 – Official results

 Supported by – Scooter Hut, Grit scooters, Crisp scooters, District scooters, Striker scooters, Root Industries

Competitor’s points are listed after their name

Pro Scooter – 1st Jarod Colwell – 165 points $500, 2nd Corey Van Dam – 144 points $250, 3rd Jae Yates – 141 points $150, 4th Adam Puffler – 140 points, 5th Kash Toft – 139 points

Scooter open – 1st Luke Donovan – 130 points, 2nd Nathan Jones – 117 points, 3rd Cody Pearson – 102 points, 4th Cohen Burgess – 100 points

Scooter intermediates – 1st Logan Dunbar – 107 points, 2nd Josh Schnierer – 98 points, 3rd Rufus Macfarlane-Brewer – 95 points, 4th Casey Donohoe – 93 points, 5th Ethan Budd – 92 points, 6th Jake Budgie – 85 points, 7th Riley Wedgwood – 83 points, 8th Toby Avis – 79 points, 9th Tobias Iburg – 74 points, 10th Blair Maitland – 68 points

Scooter girls / ladies – 1st Freja Iburg – 72 points, 2nd Bianca Martin – 63 points, 3rd Fiona Krasnoff – 56 points, 4th Jorja Carberry – 49 points

Scooter beginners – 1st Lucas Lenane – 56 points, 2nd Luke Hutchinson – 54 points, 3rd Brenten Waddingham – 48 points, 4th Max Power – 46 points, 5th Jayden Hunter – 45 points, 6th Owen King – 44 points, 7th Ivan Hamill – 42 points, 8th Jet Carberry – 36 points, 9th Alfie Curran Ragan – 35 points, 9th Brodi Beamsley – 35 points, 9th Boyd Munro – 35 points, 12th Madden Smith – 31 points

Scooter under 10’s – 1st Heath Williams – 59 points, 2nd Bianca Martin – 53 points, 3rd Oisín Hunt – 52 points, 4th Jayce Blakers – 45 points, 5th Eli Stokes – 37 points, 6th Felix Curran Ragan – 32 points

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Bassendean skatepark skateboard, scooter and BMX skatepark competition – February 2021

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Freestyle Now hosted another skateboard, scooter and BMX skatepark competition at the Bassendean skatepark. This one was a long time coming. The last skatepark competition at Bassendean skatepark was in 2019 and there was one planned in 2020 but bad weather stopped it from taking place and before it could be rescheduled covid restrictions came in. So it was great to host another competition at Bassendean thanks to the Bassendean youth services, Always supporting the skatepark. As always there was a great turnout for the Bassendean skatepark competition with a good number of competitors spread over the three disciplines. Again a big thank you to Bassendean youth services and out supporters Grit Scooter , 4 skateboard co and Colony BMX. 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 – Cory Van Dam taking 1st place in the open scooters. – Amos Hadad took the win in the open skateboard class. – It was good to see Freja Iburg at Bassendean, she is progressing well and took 4th in the intermediates scooter class. – Ryan Aqulina has probably been riding this skatepark since it was built, he has been riding for at least 20 years. He took 1st place in open bmx. – More photos can be found on our facebook page here.

Bassendean skatepark competition 27th February 2021 – Official results

Competitor’s points are listed after their name

Scooter beginner – 1st Jayce Blakers 64, 2nd Bianca Martin 61, 3rd Felix Curran Ragan 58, 4th Rory Wright 56, 5th Noah Allison 55, 6th Jayden Hunter 54, 7th Zac Martin 50, 8th Fiona Krasnoff 48, 9th Luna Surianingrat 46, 10th Tsuguma Ando 45, 11th Calais Blakers 44, 12th Channing Radcliffe 43, 13th Lyon Surianingrat 42

Scooter intermediate – 1st Josh Schniereh 196, 2nd Hayden Brewer 176, 3rd Tobi Iburg 170, 4th Freja Iburg 167, 5th Oisín Hunt 155, 6th Billy Suthlerland 150, 7th Riley Duggan-Smith 132, 8th Roman DePiazzi 118

Scooter open – 1st Corey Van Dam 303, 2nd Tyler Jennings 292, 3rd Xander Bailey 140, 4th Ben Vua 137

Skateboard beginner – 1st Kenzo Coogan 61, 2nd Ringo Coogan 59, 3rd Anthony Scaffidi 57, 4th Sol Evans 56, 5th Mason Clark 55, 6th Rory Wright 49, 7th Jayce Blakers 46, 8th Fiona Krasnoff 44, 8th Luna Surianingrat 44, 10th Cassian Meakins 35

Skateboard open – 1st Amos Hadad 261, 2nd Damo Boulton 238, 3rd Wesley Kidd 236, 4th Arnoald Pearce 235, 5th Che Millington 212

BMX beginner – 1st Zac Cicanese 57, 2nd Jayce Blakers 56, 3rd Callum Duff 54, 4th Billy Sutheland 52, 5th Bianca Martin 50, 6th Fiona Krasnoff 47, 7th James Macdonald 42

BMX intermediate – 1st Jesse McEwen 174, 2nd Albie Livesley 164, 3rd Roman Depiazzi 149, 4th Wyatt Murphy 146

BMX open – 1st Ryan Aquilina 308, 2nd Luke Tooze 289, 3rd Steven Heuer 273, 4th Tyler Jennings 269, 5th Jack Carwardine 266

 

 

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