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STREET series LAUNCHED

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 28th October 2018 in Blogging | BMX,scootering,skateboard,devon,cornwall,street sports,series

An innovative new street league will be launched across Devon and Cornwall aimed at the growing urban sport scene. Street series South West will feature skateboarding, scootering and freestyle BMX events at facilities across the region next year. The series will begin at Mount Hawke Skatepark near Truro on 4 January and include events in Saltash’s Junkyard Skatepark, Prime Skatepark in Plymouth and the Lodge Indoor Skatepark in Newton Abbot for young people aged 5 to 21. The events will bring together the thriving street sports community in a grand prix-style series for the first time ever. The series has been created by the South West Youth Games Trust. The...
 

series SIGNS OFF IN STYLE

Posted by South West Youth Games on 29th April 2019 in Blogging | skateboard,scootering,BMX

...with some series regulars and newbies pushing each other to new limits. Junkyard’s Lola T showed what girls are made of, taking a well-deserved victory. She was followed by Roots’ Laneon Belasco and Mount Hawke’s own Joss Bellamy. Junkyard also topped the team standings. Full results are below. For the overall series, Fraizer Devine (5-15yr) and Brandon Docking (16-21yr) finished as BMX champions. Luke Green and Dec Collier (Prime) finished top in the 5-15 and 16-21 classes. In the skateboarding, Peter Gordon finished as series winner for the 5-15yr class. 134 competitors took part in the series across five rounds at Mount Hawke (rd 1& rd 5), Lodge (...
 

STREET series HEATING UP

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 31st January 2019 in Blogging | street series sw,lodge,skateboard,bmx,scootering

...The Street series SW rolled into Newton Abbot on Sunday with 42 participants showing some incredible skills in BMX, scootering and skateboarding. Competitors streamed in from Truro, Braunton, Southampton and Plymouth for the second round of the inaugural series which launched at Mount Hawke on 4 January.  At the Lodge Indoor Skatepark, there were some standout displays from Dead Sailor who took individual (Fraizer Devine) and team success in the BMX in the 5-15 class whilst Brandon Docking tightened his grip on the 16-21 class with a victory to follow up his solid display in round 1. In the scootering, Luke Green took his second successive win to take a comman...
 

series OFF TO FLYING START

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 07th January 2019 in Blogging | skateboard,scootering,bmx,devon,cornwall,street series

...Penzance’s Roots Youth Club plundered individual and team prizes across all three disciplines at the Street series SW opening round at Mount Hawke on Friday 4 January. There was also some success for Truro’s Dead Sailor BMX riders and Saltash’s Junkyard put in a solid display to win a skateboard team prize. Round 1 of the five event series saw participants gather from right across the South West and beyond at one of the UK’s finest facilities. Prizes were kindly donated by Stateside Skates, Camp Rubicon and Skatewarehouse for the event. Each entrant had three competitive runs on the bowl, park and boxes and ample time to work on their moves in between ...
 

ARE WE NEGLECTING BEAN PLANTING FOR BEAN COUNTING?

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 12th December 2018 in Blogging | sport england,running,planet earth games,environment,obesity,child inactivity,schools

...It has been a week since Sport England’s Active Lives Children and Young People report was published and the findings were shocking, but not surprising writes CEO Chris Broadbent. Less than one in five children are meeting the recommended activity guidelines, with one in three doing less than half an hour of physical activity per day. Teenage girls are less likely to be active, as are children from low income backgrounds. Our Southwest based youth charity has had some real success stories in the last year as we have made a deliberate move away from ‘preaching to the converted’ in our programmes and targeting groups where participation is low to make a re...
 
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