Skate Titans Flagstaff Results

Open Mens
1st – Justin Edwards
2nd  – Simon Prakash
3rd  – Tom Van Rhoda
4th  – Ben Kelley
5th  – Zachary Jackson
6th  – Scott Graham
7th – Adam Haydec
8th – Chris Craig
9th – Connor Varrto
10th – Ben Goodall
11th – Seb Skilton
12th – Tyler Czora
13th – Addison Luke-Nichols
14th – Brad Birt
15th – Kris Tunnahill
16th – Hayden
17th – Jakey Beams
18th – Ben Wallace

Open Womens
1st – Blayze Harmer

16 and Under
1st – Tim Richardson
2nd – Addison Luke – Nichols
3rd – Jack Sadler
4th – Ben Wallace

12 and Under
1st  –  Jack Sadler
2nd  – Zac Sanchez
3rd – Tallyn  Van-es
4th – Jack Rose
5th – Zac Bradley
6th  – Ollie Air

Photos and Video to come………


Chameleon Skateboards Comes on as National Partner for 2017/2018

It is with great pleasure we announce that Chameleon Skateboards will be one of our major partners across all ASCI events for the 2017/2018 Calendar Year!

Chameleon has supported Numerous events to date, and helped ASCI grow its contests and grassroots programs nationally.

This agreement coincides with the Launch of their new online store which you can check out HERE

Rockoff Skate Titans Hervey Bay Results

Open Mens

1st Cayde Gray

2nd Jack Lewis

3rd Matt Jobson
Open Womens

1st Haylie Powell

2nd Accalia Booth

3rd Evie Ryder
16 and Under

1st Haylie Powell

2nd Kaedyn Collins

3rd Accalia Booth
12 and Under

1st Haylie Powell

2nd Jack Lewis

3rd Makaha Wykes
Thanks to

Australian skateboarding Federation


Chameleon Skateboards

Rock off Indoor Skatepark

Fraser Coast Regional Council

Headspace Hervey Bay

Goodbye Wolves of Street

After 12 months of assisting to develop a series, the Australian Skateboarding Community Initiative is moving onwards from the Wolves of Street contests.

We will be aiming to deliver a new series on a larger scale with a bigger focus on skateboarders experiences at the events, more prize money, connection to brands and focus around parents (who drive and fly their kids all over the country).

This will include more footage, launch parties and after parties, and hotel and travel deals.

We will be launching the new contests run in house on September 30 and October 1 with back to back skateboarding events in Noosa and Hervey Bay!

Chameleon Skateboards Mayoral Results

We want to thank all the families and participants for attending the Chameleon Skateboards Mayoral Comp held last Saturday!

We also want to thank our awesome sponsors: Chameleon Skateboards, SurfDivenSki, Meetpat and our awesome community partners: Toowoomba Regional Council, and Youth Connect to making this event successful.

The day ran smoothly, families and visitors stayed for extended periods of time and seemed to enjoy themselves watching the participants skateboarding. The day was an overall success!

We are pleased to announce the results of the competition by clicking the links below.

For Men’s Open: Chameleon Skateboards Mayoral Men’s Open Results





Chameleon Skateboards Mayoral Mens Open Results

1st – Joshua Weribone (toowoomba)

2nd – Rick Thomas (toowoomba)

3rd – Mateus Barosso (Gold Coast)

4th – Jacob Hudson (sunshine coast)

5th – Matthew Brassington (townsville)

6th – Caleb Chiron (redcliffe)

7th – Jett Stantion (brisbane)

8th – Cam Dobson (toowoomba)

9th – Quaid Munson (Port Macquarie)

10th – Stein Bjortavn (brisbane)

11th – Jaan O’loughlin (Mackay)

12th – Patrick Jones (cairns)

13th – Stuart Bouyer (Brisbane)

14th –  Daniel Branthewaite (Gladstone)

Chameleon Skateboards Mayoral Womens Open Results

Aimee Massie took the title by a clear 8 points and proved yet again why she’s sitting number 1 on the Federation Rankings

Close behind was Haylie Powell, Aged 11, whose constant pushing is making the older women chase their tails.

3rd Place was Evie Ryder, Port Douglas born and raised and now residing in QLD

Final Results

1st Aimee Massie

2nd Haylie Powell

3rd Evie Ryder

4th Molly Fergusson

5th Tora Waldren

Chameleon Skateboards 2017 Mayoral 12 and Under Results

A solid performance from Australia’s future in skateboarding ranging from Noosa to Adelaide a broad range of juniors came in force to take the titles this year.

New Face Jack Sadler from South Australia stepped up to take third place amongst a group of skaters experienced at the park. For his first major contest he held himself high and showed a bright future for South Australians in skateboarding. His brother Harry also qualified to finals.

Haylie Powell showed the gender Gap is gone as she placed a cool second and held her own against the boys.

Zane Hetherington took out first after coming back from Surgery after a Nasty armbreak at Ormeau.

Final results 12 and under

1st Zane Hetherington

2nd Haylie Powell

3rd Jack Sadler

4th Jack Lewis

5th Kaedyn Collins

6th Tane Mason

7th Alistair Sliz

8th Molly Ferguson

9th Bodhi Brooke’s

10th Harry Sadler

11th Tully Bourke

12th Jesse Mcgilvray

13th Baxter Bourke

14th Johnny Madonis

Meetpat joined the Mayoral

All Skaters at this years 2017 Mayoral will have fresh filtered water available. Thanks to the guys at Meetpat!

Meetpat are innovators  in water technology and amazing supporters of skateboarding.

Bring your bottles down to the Mayoral.  And check out Meetpats website below by clicking on the logo.