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At a secret location in the dark heart of NACOSS, 45 skaters shredded the multi-story gnarpark yesterday until midnight. The podium was an all NACCOS affair, with Glen Mills triumphing with a time of 35.59 seconds, closely followed by friends Paul Shaddock and Ryan Nickles.

Lea Robbo was the fastest of the women, and there were too many groms to figure out who was the fastest, but Jack Meyn is the fastest runner - he always seems to get the long-distance proddy toss.


The results


Name Fastest Time Slowest Time Avg Time
1 glenn mills 35.59 36.45 35.93
2 paul shaddock 35.99 36.34 36.18
3 ryan pickles 36.02 36.27 36.16
4 neil duddy 36.40 37.86 37.01
5 rob scott 36.93 39.09 38.33
6 david blackwood 37.24 37.45 37.34
7 dave traina 37.29 37.93 37.61
8 haggy strom 37.89 38.26 38.08
9 uan eriksen 37.92 38.19 38.02
10 colin beck 37.92 38.61 38.17
11 simon duber 38.09 40.40 39.42
12 tom wolinski 38.19 38.63 38.36
13 steve hynd 38.22 38.73 38.44
14 jack meyn 38.46 38.89 38.68
15 ben hay 38.53 38.53 38.53
16 chuck hunter 38.58 58.38 45.22
17 lachlan brown 38.62 39.40 39.13
18 paul carey 38.63 39.28 38.89
19 bradley sterritt 38.70 39.18 38.91
20 phil bartlett 38.72 39.37 39.05
21 nathan paff 38.75 39.50 39.10
22 nick drummond 39.15 40.99 40.06
23 justin schneider 39.16 41.60 40.40
24 jordan fisher 39.19 39.49 39.31
25 brendan fewre 39.26 39.75 39.57
26 matt scott 39.62 40.65 40.22
27 patrick hurel 39.80 40.62 40.20
28 rob gray 40.25 41.15 40.65
29 lea robbo 40.60 42.50 41.24
30 caspian nicholls 40.65 40.85 40.73
31 lee lancaster 40.65 42.00 41.40
32 nate couzin 40.66 41.54 41.19
33 josh corkery 40.73 40.73 40.73
34 cam wright 40.92 43.20 41.84
35 ben wilson 41.75 43.80 42.46
36 jacob corbett 41.88 42.29 42.14
37 declan cassidy 41.91 42.23 42.11
38 jake holder 42.91 43.62 43.18
39 james farrelly 43.44 43.44 43.44
40 tavis rwitten 43.70 109.46 70.34
41 billy alchin 44.00 44.45 44.22
42 imogen mcmillan 45.02 52.08 48.31
43 ty baata 45.40 52.73 48.22
44 astrid carey 47.63 114.81 70.24
45 evie carey 48.28 56.20 51.37

(Detailed results showing every run)

Credits

Many thanks to PC for organising the event, Blackwood for taking names and cash, Lisa for the photos, the finish line helpers, and of course the sponsors:

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Tags: NACCOS, carpark, gnarpark

Comment by lachlan brown on June 21, 2011 at 20:51
thanks for that night it was rad
Comment by stephen cummins on June 21, 2011 at 22:31
wood be so gnar we need to get one of these going in perth, did u do separate runs or groups?

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Comment by Bugs on June 21, 2011 at 22:57
It was separate runs, each one timed.
Comment by Shadow on June 22, 2011 at 22:29

Super fun night!! Thanks to all who helped. It was pretty amazing seeing so many people show up for a Satday night carpark race. Must be time for a Drains session with everyone so keen to roll.

Nathan, that idea of us bringing a skatecross obstcale is a great idea! I'm keen to bring a couple of pieces.


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Comment by PC on June 24, 2011 at 22:21

Great idea Nathan. If anyone want to get in on building a piece of skatercross course let me know.

If your not sure what to build or how to design & build it I WILL SUPPLY you with a detailed drawing & cutting list of the desired modules.

I have been designing & building some models for a while now & I'm keen to see a complete set of ramps built, so we can organise a skater/slalomcross race somewhere

At the moment I have - 

2 x 900 high x 800 wide take-off ramps,

1 x 1500 high x 1000 wide take-off ramp 

2 x 250mm high x 800wide pump humps, which can be bolted side by side for 1600 wide.

I normally build ramps in 1200 wide modules, but I've found 800 wide module to be easier to handle, transport & assemble for this type of setup. All modules bolted together to form 1 large obstacle.

I've also just de-constructed 4 old ramp modules in the backyard that have been unused for a while.

This has given me enough material to build another 6 - 8 modules like a long, low flatbank 6.4 metre wide,

or a curved berm.

Let me know who's keen & we'll get it happening.  

 

Gnarpark was a great family night out. Thanks to everyone that rolled up for the fun.

Might do another in a few months. Don't want to wear out our welcome.

 

Good call Shadow. I've been dreaming of skating the  Kdrain again. 


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Comment by PC on June 24, 2011 at 23:33

This design service offer is open to NACCOS crew & anyone who can transport modules to the desired location

for use on the central coast NSW. Any other crew can negotiate a fee.

 


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Comment by Jack meyn on July 17, 2011 at 18:39
hahah bit late but i love the write up...i always seem to leg it to get whatever i can in grom toss's... good fun. need to do another one of these soon.

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