Stoked to see tons of new kids in Ipswich clinics at Brassals last week.
Fuel Clothing Revolutions Clinic at Coorparoo with maximum efforts! Everyone skated hard and really raised the bar on their own skills.
This clinic is on the second Sunday every month! Bookings are essential.
Be sure to check out @fuelclothingco in Bulimba for degails, skate hardware and fresh apparel! #skateboarding #australia #asci #fuelclothing
It is with Great pleasure we announce that we will be launching the Revolutions Learn to Skateboard workshops in conjunction with Moreton Bay Regional Council this year.
The program will start in 6 weeks and is a joint collaboration between the national Revolutions program and Councils Ramp Up Program
There will be 15 of these spanning across the region and dates will be announed in the following fortnight.
Queensland was piloted this year and had its tournaments at 2 locations. More state results will follow before end of August.
Ranking points are accumulated as follows:
1. 10 points for each tournament entered
2. 1 bonus point for a win
3. 1 point for every letter given to your opponent
4. Minus 1 point for every letter scored against you.
Queensland Under 17 2015 rankings
1. Jack Evans. 27 Points
2. Lucas Caen . 25 points
3. Bowie Cerezo. 20 points
4. Josh Minter. 14 points
5. Sam Larkins. 11 points
6. Darcy Protheroe. 7 points
7. Patrick Staples. 6 points
8. Louis Newman. 3 points
Queensland Opens 2015 Rankings
This years opens division was funded and supported by Headspace Taringa. Headspace is Australias National Youth Mental Health foundation.
Opens 2015 rankings.
1. Mathew Hill. 29 points
2. James Phillips. 27 points
2. Aaron Cooper. 27 points
3. Matthew Gough. 25 points
4. Brendan Dean. 21 points
5. Andy Williamson. 19 points
6. Taylor Cleverly. 16 points
7. Valentin agnus. 12 points
8. Nick Law. 9 points
8.Bill Winter. 9 points
9. Scott Kelly. 7 points
9. Zac Wright. 7 points
10. Joel Wilshere. 6 points