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Rocky Mountain Rampage Results 2012

A big weekend of World Cup Skateboarding went down in Colorado Springs Colorado. Here’s the results

Rocky Mountain Rampage Pro Final Results:

1. Joshua Rodriguez Banning, CA $1,400
2. Tony Marle Colorado Springs, CA $800
3. MIchael Brookman Montclair, CA $700
4. Derek Scott Salida, CO $600
5. Bryce Stark Colorado Springs, CA $500

Rocky Mountain Rampage Girls Bowl Finals Results:

1. Lizzie Armanto 19 Santa Monica, CA $800
2. Allysha Bergado 16 El Segundo, CA $500
3. Lyn -Z Pastrana 22 Cardiff by the Sea, CA $400
4. Justyce Tabor 16 Seaside, OR $200
5. Amelia Brodka 23 Nowa Sarzyna, POL $100

Rocky Mountain Rampage Masters Bowl Results:

1. Mike McGill $1,000
2. Curt Baker $800
3. Robert Ehlers $600
4. Rob Miller $400
5. Tom Kilroy $200
6. Chris Rapp
7. Dave Duncan

Rocky Mountain Rampage Amateur 15 & under results:

1. Travis Rivera 12 – Indian Wells, CA
2. Morgan Wolf 13 – Los Angeles, CA
3. Evan Doherty 9 – Greenwood, MO
4. Charlie Martin 13 – Castle Rock, CO
5. Rad Pinckard 15 – Chandler, AZ
6. Bobo Kuamoo 13 – Nana Kuli, Hawaii
7. Justin Rivera 15 -Indian Wells, CA
8. Shea Donovan 14 – Salida, CO

Rocky Mountain Rampage 2012: Mens Vert Results:

1. Jonathan Schwan $1,400
2. Zachary Rose $800
3. Marcelo Bastos $700
4. Joshua Rodriguez $600
5. MIchael Brookman $500
6. Mike Owen
7. Sky Siljeg
8. Rad Pinckard
9. Jordan Richter
10. Chris Patton

Rocky Mountain Rampage 2012: Girls Vert Results:

1. Lizzie Armanto
2. Lyn Z Adams Hawkins Pastrana
3. Allysha Bergado
4. Amelia Brodka
5. Nicole Noller
6. Franziska Stolz
7. Spencer Breaux

Oregon Trifecta is changing for the smaller 2012

World Cup Concrete Series 2011

 

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Concrete Bowl Series 2011

In 2000, over 10 years ago, WCS kicked off the Concrete Challenge series in Colorado as well as overseeing the Tim Brauch Memorial Bowl competition in San Jose, CA. Shortly after, WCS developed the Soul Bowl comps in Huntington and Hermosa Beach, developing the first Masters division for skaters over 35.

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A few years later bowl competitions popped up in France and Austria. At the same time, back in Oregon, Red was building park after park with tranny everywhere. Choppy Omega created the Trifecta and enlisted WCS to help out. The Trifecta, with 3 different parks, 3 days in a row, continues year after year to redefine the meaning of core skateboarding. Not long after, Vans started the superbowl of bowl skating with the first Pro Tec Pool Party, which also features the highest prize purse for bowl skating with over $113,000 planned for 2011. In 2006, the Bondi Bowl a Rama in Australia, was created. This was the brainchild of Chad Ford, another park designer who also couldn’t help but follow his heart building parks with tranny. 2 years later the New Zealand Bowl a Rama was born as well. Also in 2008, Texas became involved with the Rock the Cradle event in Houston, as a part of the Johnny Romano Memorial Contest. In 2010, the Orange Freestyle Cup in Marseille, France was added to the list of WCS Bowl events with a long-term agreement.

For 2011 Bowl Skating is alive and growing at an amazing rate as skateparks are being built on a daily basis around the world. New this year, we welcome the Ultra Bowl event in Malmo, Sweden to the tour, Plans for a new Vans Skatepark in Huntington Beach also include a bowl comp which could take place in October or November of this year.

World Cup Skateboarding is excited to have been a major player in the growth of Bowl/Park skateboarding and will continue to develop and support Bowl skateboarding around the world.

WCS Concrete Bowl Series 2011

January 29 Amateur Combi Pool Classic
Orange, CA
(am men )
February 12 Wellington Bowl a Rama
New Zealand
(pro & masters)
February 19 Vans Bondi Bowl a Rama
Bondi, Australia
(pro & masters)
March 19 Florida Bowl Riders #1
New Smyrna Beach Skatepark, FL
(pros, masters & girls)
March 20 Florida Bowl Riders #2
Kona Skatepark, Jacksonville, FL
(pros, masters & girls)
May 20 & 21 Pro Tec Pool Party
Orange, CA
(pro & masters – Qualifier 3/19)
June 23 & 26 Orange Freestyle Cup
Marseille, France
(pro & masters)
August 5 Sector Nine Oregon Trifecta  #1
(pro, masters, girls & ams)
August 6 Sector Nine Oregon Trifecta  #2
(pro, masters, girls & ams)
August 7 Sector Nine Oregon Trifecta  #3
(pro, masters, girls & ams)
August 19 & 21 Ultra Bowl – Malmo, Sweden
(pro & masters)
September 25 Tim Brauch Memorial Bowl – San Jose, CA
(pro, masters, girls & ams)
Oct/Nov TBA Huntington Beach, CA
(tba)
Nov. TBA Girls Combi Pool Classic
(girls only, pro & ams)

Bowl Rankings based on the following:

Pros & Masters: Best 7 results, must have competed in 2 international events for number 1 ranking.

Girls: Best 4 results, must include Girls Combi Pool Classic for number 1 ranking.

Amateur: Best 3 results

Pleases check the WCS site for updates and possible changes.