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Bunbury Action Sports Games – skateboard scooter bmx competition

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The Bunbury Action Sports Games was another rad competition. One of the biggest scooter, skateboard and bmx skatepark competition held in Western Australia it had an awesome turn out. With a prize purse of $2500 up for grabs, first place winning $500 in the open class and $3000 worth of prizes plenty of competitors were keen. With an early 9:30am start for the beginners class it was going to be a long day. The beginner class had some great riding and good number of competitors. The bmx class had 11 competitors which was great to see. Roary O’Donnell took the win in the scooter beginner class and also took home a brand new complete scooter thanks to Grit scooters.

The intermediate class was large with a total of 31 competitors. Again it was the bmx class that had the largest numbers with 14 riders all willing to get rad and win prizes. Kieran Ramsay who has made the move from scooters to bmx took out the win in the bmx intermediate class and taking home a nice new colony sweet took frame for the win. It was great to see Jayden Cugini taking the 2nd place. 3rd place went to Chris Efi in his 2nd ever competition. The intermediate bmx class was awesome to watch so much great riding. Levi Pound was the guy who skated well enough to take the win in the intermediate skateboard class. Watch for him to up it in the next few years. Scooter intermediate was all about Kash Toft. He rode well and consistent. A good range of tricks helps with getting more points and thanks to Root Industries he took home a brand new complete scooter.

Left to right – A three way tie for first in scooter open,  Tyler Jennings, Kody Law and Jakob Wells the level of riding was off the hook.

The open class was insane, so much awesome riding went down. In the open scooter it was a three way tie for first between Jakob Wells, Kody Law and Tyler Jennings. The riders decided that they would just split the winning prize purse between them instead of having a final run off. With each judge having three categories to judge from, difficulty, diversity and consistency and then each rider having two runs and then with three judges it’s a lot of numbers to add up and for there to be a three way tie is crazy. That’s how insane the riding was.

In skate open is was Steve Murray all the way, although Jack Foreman was chasing him. Steve hit all the ramps with power and speed, his flow was on point so much so that he had to vomit after each of his runs, he was that sick at skating. Jack Foreman has been skating for a while now and it’s great to see how much progress he has had. Bmx open was going to be a tough competition. Fabio Canettii was on fire in his first run and it looked like he was going to be the man to beat, but something happened in his second run and he dint seem to have the same fire, which brought his points down. Luke Tooze gave Dylan Schmidt a run for his money but it was competition experience that prevailed for Dylan to take the win and the $500 cash first place. Luke his some great lines but just could not get the same smoothness as Dylan through the park. Jayden Roadley his some crazy tech lines through the park but his consistency was just a bit off, great riding from Jayden though.

Steven Murry took the win at the 2019 Bunbury Action Sports Games in the open skateboard division.

All up the Bunbury Action Sports Games was a great success. With 61 competitors and about 300 spectators the day was long and rad. We need to give a big shout out to the competition supporters, Colony BMX, Modus Bearings, The 4 skateboard company, Root Industries, Grit Scooters, Rip N Dip, Death Lens and of course the Action Sports Games. Our next bmx, skateboard and scooter skatepark competition takes place at the Pinjarra skatepark 13th April 2019, more info can be found on our coming events page.

Dylan Schmidt in the middle of a double whip and taking the win in the open bmx class and $500.

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Bunbury Action Sports Games skatepark competition – 17th March 2019 – Official results

Scooter Open – 1st Jakob Wells, 1st Kody Law, 1st Tyler Jennings, 4th Adam Puffler, 5th Jesse Fontana, 6th Bryce Kenny

Skate open – 1st Steve Murray, 2nd Jack Foreman, 3rd Dylan Tomlinson, 4th Hudson Cleaver, 5th Robbie Balfour

BMX open – 1st Dylan Schmidt, 2nd Luke Tooze, 3rd Jayden Roadley, 4th Fabio Canettii, 5th Daniel Davis, 6th Jack Carwardine, 7th Steven Heuer.

Scooter intermediate – 1st Kash Toft, 2nd Dre Bartosch, 3rd Blake Edwards, 4th Zech Bowman, 5th Harry Doust, 6th Cody Pearson, 7th Kray Reeves, 8th Zac Watkins, 9th Enryn Wood, 10th Jake Budgie, 11th Tom Nottle, 12th Dylan Munson

Skate intermediate – 1st Levi Pound, 2nd Michael Warwick, 3rd Kevin Johnson, 4th Rohan Guy, 5th Austin Teede

BMX intermediate – 1st Kieran Ramsay, 2nd Jayden Cugini, 3rd Chris Efi, 4th Jeremy Wilson, 5th Tyler Gayski, 6th Jaxon May, 7th Bohden Hildred, 8th Dylan Gayski, 9th Rowan Cosh, 10th Adam Lewis, 11th Darby Wray, 12th Taj Hamilton, 13th Kaeghan Robertson, 14th Benny Asa

Scooter beginner – 1st Roary O’Donnell, 2nd Sam Tottle, 3rd Rowan Cosh, 4th Tyler Webb, 5th Jake Lueders, 6th Franco Santella, 7th Chase Nortley, 8th Albie Livesley

Skate beginner – 1st Austin Teede

BMX beginner – 1st Oliver Brightman, 2nd Rohan Guy, 3rd Aaron Mckie, 4th Nick Russell, 5th Albie Livesley, 6th Cody Steel, 7th Campbell Wilson, 8th Angus Lewis, 9th Matthew Ewing, 10th Kobie Rakich, 11th Kobie Hampton.

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RU OK day – Freestyle Now school assembly presentation

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RU OK day is a great initiative that encourages people to meaningfully connect and support those struggling with life through conversation. Its ok to ask someone RU OK, sometimes that’s all it takes to help someone out of a bad situation. We all have got the ability to make a difference if we care to ask, listen, and just regularly look after each other.

Freestyle Now headed to the Waroona school once again to do a school assembly presentation based around RU OK day. It was the fourth time that Freestyle Now has attended the school for such a presentation. Freestyle Now moved the ramps into the undercover location due to the rain and proceeded to roll out the rad with a great positive message.

Freestyle Now can come to your school and bring a great positive message to the students using the medium of bmx, scooter and skateboard radness.

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Squad members Shaun Jarvis and Tyler Jennings also invited good friend Luke Tooze along to bring the message of positivity to the students during the school assembly presentation. Shaun spoke about the importance looking out for each other, as the signs of depression and mental illness are not always seen like other illnesses and sickness. He also spoke about how it’s the small things that you do that can have a large impact on other people’s lives and you would not know the importance that has played in that person’s life. The presentation was well received by all the students from all the grades. Question time followed after the presentation with the students asking many questions about riding and life in general, which was great to see.

 

Some of the action that went down on the day, the students loved it as you can tell with the amount of noise they were making.

 

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Welcome to the Freestyle Now reserves squad – Tyler Jennings

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Freestyle Now would like to welcome our newest reserves squad member Tyler Jennings. Tyler has been progressing well over the last year. He has been in our sights as a potential squad members for a while now and he possesses all of the qualities that meet the requirements to be a Freestyle Now squad member which include – riding awesome, having an awesome attitude, being awesome when approached by others, maintaining an awesome presents at all events, thinking of awesome tricks, being respectful to others, helping others to become awesome, being inclusive and always ready to roll out the rad.
Tyler Jennings can ride a scooter really well, his main influence in his riding has been Freestyle Now squad member Ben Thomas who also rides at High Wycombe skatepark, Tyler’s local riding spot. You can tell that Tyler is willing to put in the effort to get better at scooter riding as he is always out there learning and practicing to refine his skills. Tyler is also on the Grit Scooters flow team.
Tyler recently attended the Australian Scooter Championships in Sydney where he competed in the under 16’s class. Tyler rode like he was on a mission with 2 flawless runs to take the 1st place and the Australian championship in the under 16’s.
Be sure to check out Tyler’s profile on the reserves squad page here. Welcome to the squad Tyler Jennings may the radness be with you.

 

Tyler Jennings at the Australian scooter championships and his winning runs in the under 16’s

 

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