The City of Armadale hosted the grand final competition of the King of the Hill Skate Park series at the Roleystone Skate Park on Saturday March 24, attracting 42 competitors.
City of Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones said the City was pleased to host the finals of the popular skate and scooter competition.
“A crowd of over 200 turned out to watch the action as winners from the four previous qualifying rounds competed for the title of King of the Hill.
“After wowing judges and the audience of skate and scooter enthusiasts with rad tricks and heart stopping moves, the judges made their selection in each category – for the 2018 King of the Hill.
“The competition is pivotal in bringing young skating and scooter enthusiasts together whilst highlighting the importance of mental health issues in our young people”, he said.
headspace Armadale supported this event to promote to young people the importance of getting help when they need it. headspace offers a free and confidential service that helps 12 to 25 year olds who are going through a tough time.
This series was made possible in collaboration with headspace Armadale, Beyond Skate, The 4 Skate co, the Cities of Armadale, Gosnells, Belmont and Canning.
For further information and details of winners visit the City’s website www.armadale.wa.gov.au.
15 and Under Skateboarding
James Saladine ( $250)
J-BOY Mills ( $150)
Lochie Mackay ($100)
15 and Under Scooter
Tyson Carroll ($250)
Matt Krajancic ($150)
Jarred Gale ($100)
Daine Brown ( $500)
Zac Clinckers ($350)
Leuis Franich ($150)
Jiordan Giacoppo ($500)
Jae Yates ($350)
Jakob Wells ($150)
Headspace Best Trick
Scooter – Peter Roberts – Down Bri Scooter Grab to Whip
Skate – Daine Brown – Switch Frontside 360 Kickflip