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August 2010 News Stories (5)

Scars, Tattoos & Skateboards: The Rise of the Phoenix

Polymorph Art Gallery is hosting a 2 week exhibition as part of Fringe Festival. ‘Scars, Tattoos & Skateboards: The Rise of the Phoenix’ will feature the art of Paul Stragapede; an electrician-come tattooed man-come phoenix.

Stragapede was part of a work cover debacle with Energy Australia when in the course of his work he suffered third degree burns across his chest,… Click here for the full story

Added by Robbo on August 31, 2010 at 8:30 — 6 Comments

Downhill Republic - Webcast

Sat 21st Aug 10:30am hit the sports news link.

The show will also be on rotation for the next few weeks and then on video on demand and the TBOX.

It features an in-depth look at the fastest growing action sport in the world, hosted by Hopkin team rider Jackson Shapiera.

First… Click here for the full story

Added by Pitbull Productions on August 20, 2010 at 22:00 — 19 Comments

Skate Australia - Premiere 11 September

The Skate Australia documentary is finally finished! It will be having it’s premiere at The College of Art, 226 Grey st, Southbank, Brisbane, 7.30 pm 11th September.

There will also be a screening in Canberra on the 11th Sept, in association with the slalom event. More info will be up soon….

Watch the new Trailer:…

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Added by Skate Australia Film on August 15, 2010 at 23:30 — 19 Comments

Madness at Midnight Over the Weekend

Twenty two riders assembled themselves in Currumbin on Saturday night to participate in Jamies "MIDNIGHT MADNESS BIRTHDAY BASH", and what a night it turned out to be. The Bus left at about 10pm fully loaded with skaters, some of them not having any knowledge of where we were even going to be racing yet.

The racing format consisted of each rider racing in three heats with each heat to be run at a different track. There was three four man… Click here for the full story

Added by David Adrian Butternut Aitchison on August 15, 2010 at 23:00 — 9 Comments

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The Madness Outlaws !!!

Outlaw Madness !!! What a weekend of racing !!!!

Hidden in the Tewantin Forest Reserve lies the picturesque Gyndier Drive. A road which has been closed off to traffic for some years now. The road is now used by the local walkers, cyclist's, skateboarders and has held the Annual Noosa Hill Climb race for vintage car's since 1988. The course is a bit over 2 km long and has a bunch of corners winding down the track. Riders can hold tuck… Click here for the full story

Added by Stephen Daddow on August 3, 2010 at 18:30 — 31 Comments

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