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On 7/12/2011 Paul K wrote in from United Kingdom  (195.110.nnn.nnn)

UKSSA feed now on Twitter

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The Rush 2011 - Results
On 6/29/2011 RobA wrote in from United Kingdom  (86.173.nnn.nnn)

A great weekends racing under the hot English sun, a big thanks to all - especially Glen at Modified Live and to Motor Sports Vision and Brands Hatch for hosting us. Thanks to our sponsors Octane Sport, Glastonbury Ales, Dan Gesmer and Seismic for the spreadsheet and to Tim and the Brands Hatch Marshal crew.
Great to see so many great names of the British racing scene back on the hill at Brands, highlight of the weekend for me was seeing Edwin get into the A group round of 8 - amazing skating, look out folks he's back!

Full race report on http://www.ukslalomskateboarding.org.uk/ coming soon!

The Rush 2011 Results

Hybrid A
1st - Bruno Silva de Oliveira
2nd Louis Selby
3rd Sam Gordon
4th Chris Charalambous

Hybrid B
1st Luke Baxter
2nd Rob Ashby
3rd Graham Driver
4th Steve Greenwood

Giant Slalom
1st - Louis Selby 33.38
2nd - Sam Gordon 33.81
3rd - Bruno Silva da Oliveira 34.39
4th - Mmedo 1848 Duffort 36.42
5th Vincent Tanguy 36.77
6th Rob Ashby 36.83
7th Chris Charalambous 36.97
8th Sam Slaven 37.02
9th - Ian Sutherland Cranfield 37.22
10th Paul Taylor Crush 37.42
11th Jon Merrifield 37.80
12th Jason Martin 37.91
13th Steve Conan Greenwood 38.39
14th Frank Wheeler 38.62
15th Ben Williams 38.76
16th Paul Coupe 38.88
17th Jack Taylor Crush 39.07
17th Graham Driver 39.07
19th Richard Norbury 39.38
20th Mike Allison - 41.14
21st Nigel Allgood 42.92
22nd Terry St George 43.34
23rd Luke Baxter 43.98

 
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NASS 2011 Sign Up Open
On 5/16/2011 RobA wrote in from United Kingdom  (81.159.nnn.nnn)

Sign up for The Glastonbury Ales Love Monkey Open Slalom Championships @ NASS2011 - 8th-10th July 2011, is now open, see Contest Calendar above.

Cheers

Rob (LSD)

 
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The Rush 2011 - Sign-up Open
On 4/3/2011 RobA wrote in from United Kingdom  (86.162.nnn.nnn)

Sign-up for The Rush 2011 is now open here:
Ooops forgot you can't put links in - see the Contest Calendar above.

Please ensure you read all of the accompanying information carefully.

Cheers

Rob (LSD)

 
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2011 Race Calendar
On 3/10/2011 RobA wrote in from United Kingdom  (81.151.nnn.nnn)

Unfortunately we have a bit of a "log jam" of races at the end of June - begining of July this is due to these races being part of another event whose dates are set in concrete. Although NASS has been straight after Turn or Burn for two years now.

So far the 2011 race calendar looks like this:

June 11/12 - "Open Season" Slalom and Freeride, Hog Hill, Redbridge Cycling Centre

June 25/26 The Rush 2011, Brands Hatch

July 2/3 Turn or Burn @ Paddle Round the Pier, Brighton

July 9/10 - NASS 2011 Glastonbury Ales/Love Monkey Open Slalom Championships, Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset

6/7 August British Open Slalom Championships, Hill, Redbridge Cycling Centre

Please make a note of these dates now.

That's not to say there isn't room for more races so if anyone else wants to stage a race of any kind please get in touch

Cheers

Rob (LSD)

 
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sleepcomp
On 2/26/2011 sleepcomp wrote in from (95.168.nnn.nnn)

Look @ hobbys P

 
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The Rush 2011
On 2/16/2011 RobA wrote in from United Kingdom  (86.173.nnn.nnn)

After many months of time, effort and lengthy discussions with the Motor Sports Vision track management team it gives me great pleasure in announcing our return to one of the countries original and finest slalom locations the much revered Brands Hatch GP motor racing circuit in Kent, situated just 20 miles outside London.

The Rush 2011 takes place over the weekend of 25th/26th June as part the Time Attack weekend (see http://www.timeattack.co.uk/ for details) which takes place on the Indy Circuit. Highlights of this event include the smoking tyres of the European Drift Championship and the Time Attack Series - a 'beat the clock' challenge for highly tuned road cars. There will also be demo laps from 1000bhp race trucks, stunt motorcycles and fiery Santa Pod drag cars - to name but a few.
While all that is going on we will be racing on Hawthorn Hill by the bridge on the GP circuit. As has almost become the norm at the last few Hog Hill races I am also opening this event up to our cousins at London Longboards. This helps spread the cost of the event as well as giving those that have not experienced the thrill of racing at Brands Hatch before an ideal opportunity to do just that.


Heres a shot from 2005 showing Hawthorn Hill (courtesy of Mike John)

Longboarders and Downhillers will also be able to bomb our hill in the breaks between races. We were offered a very gnarly, fairly steep spot near the Indy Circuit in the Lower Paddock, the surface is a bit rough but should be OK for soft wheels (say 78A or 80A) I will speak to the organisers again and confirm that it is still OK for Longboarders to use.

Camping is available to us on Saturday night at a cost of 15 per head; the organisers are trying to find us our own spot near our race site rather than in the main petrol-heads campsite over the other side of the track. As with all weekend events at Brands there will be a host of entertainment laid on for one and all on Saturday night including stalls, music, live bands and of course licensed bars!

As this is the first event of this nature I am conscious that we manage expectations, so rather than try to cram too much in over the weekend I want to keep things simple. Therefore we will be running an Open Race format with a dual hybrid on Saturday and a GS on the Sunday.
On Saturday evening after racing has finished on the Indy Circuit (at around 6pm) we have been invited to put on some demo races for the Time Attack spectators in the grandstands using Paddock Hill Bend. The format for these will be decided on nearer the time.

If this all goes well and the Time Attack guys like what they see they have said that we will be invited back to future events.

Sign up for the event will be via the NCDSA Contest Calendar and will be set up and announced shortly, please be patient!
Important: payment must be made when you sign up, your entry will not be confirmed until we receive payment.
Sign Up will close on 31st May 2011 as I have to provide a list of confirmed riders to the main organisers three weeks before the event and once sign up closes it will not be possible to make any changes to the entry list.

Entry fees:
All Weekend - 35 (incl.camping)
One day - 15.00
These rates apply to racers only see below.

Unfortunately due to the nature of the event non-participating friends and family wishing to spectate will have to pay the normal Time Attack admission fees see their website for details on reduced price advance tickets.

For those not wishing to camp there are a number of hotels nearby however these tend to get booked up soon after race events at Brands Hatch are announced.

Directions and more information on Brands Hatch can be found here: http://www.motorsportvision.co.uk/brands-hatch/circuits/brands-hatch.asp along with details of nearby hotels.


 
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Slalom is coming home!
On 2/8/2011 RobA wrote in from United Kingdom  (81.151.nnn.nnn)

UK Slalom is back on (the hallowed) track - The Rush 2011



Details coming soon.............!

Rob (LSD)

 
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X in the City Cancelled
On 1/23/2011 RobA wrote in from United Kingdom  (81.159.nnn.nnn)

Unfortunately this competition will not now go ahead. The event organiser realised that in order to make it work to the best of his capacity, there would have to be much more preparation given the volume of different sports organisations and styles of display involved. The April revised date has therefore been cancelled.

The organiser had done all he could to raise additional capital and support but it seems that unless you have the financial clout and backing of a major energy drinks company then your event will struggle to take place.

Thank you to all those who showed interest and supported the event in its infancy, unfortunately one to chalk up to experience.

 
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X in the City: 22-24th October 2010
On 9/22/2010 roba wrote in from (86.173.nnn.nnn)

Well the weather couldn't stop it but due to circumstances beyond our control the X in the City event has now been postponed until April 2011 and therefore so has our race. It appears that the show was getting bigger and bigger to the point where the infrastruture was too small to deliver this world class event.Obviously I am very disappointed especially after all of the enthusiasm and encouragement received from so many great racers around the world. We will endeavour to make this event bigger and better when it takes place next year.Thank you to all of you who have shown your support in this eventThis postponement will of course give some of our cousins across the pond plenty of time to start planning ahead :o)We are considering our options regarding staging an outlaw race in London on the weekend 23rd & 24th October instead. Rob (LSD)

 
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X in the City: 22-24th October 2010
On 9/15/2010 roba wrote in from (81.159.nnn.nnn)

[b:316lrc06]Press release: 15/09/2010 - For immediate release[/b:316lrc06]X in the City World Indoor Slalom Challenge Trophy taking place at LondonGs ExCelX in the City can now confirm that the X in the City World Indoor Slalom Challenge Trophy will be taking place in the Ride & Roll Zone at X in the City. X in the City is happening at LondonGs weatherproof ExCel from 22-24 October 2010 (half term), and is the largest participation sports event in the world with 9 zones of action covering the elements of land, water and snow over a massive area of 153,000 sq ft. The UKSSA (UK Slalom Skating Association) will be part of the action with a team of high profile riders promoting slalom skateboarding and getting everyone involved in their sport, doing demos and taster sessions, and they have also organised the X in the City World Indoor Slalom Challenge Trophy.[b:316lrc06]Paul Price (GB), [/b:316lrc06]a full time professional slalom skateboard racer ranked in the top 20 in the World and a snowboard instructor, will be using his teaching experience at X in the City to introduce the sport to new riders, give racing tips to more experienced skateboarders and get everyone engaged in Slalom Skateboarding. Other featured riders include [b:316lrc06]Louis Selby (GB), [/b:316lrc06]who has a string of 1st and 2nd place results at various British and European events and finished overall 12th at the World Championships this year, [b:316lrc06]Ella Rogerro (GB)[/b:316lrc06] who took 2nd place overall at the Dutch Open, has won numerous titles and is one of the fastest women racers out there, [b:316lrc06]Sam Gordon (GB), [/b:316lrc06]winner of the Amateur German Open Championships in August and holding a current Amateur World Ranking of 18, [b:316lrc06]Michael Stride (GB), [/b:316lrc06]former Amateur World Champion, [b:316lrc06]Rob Ashby (GB), [/b:316lrc06]who has been racing and competing as part of the British Team all over Europe since 2008, veteran racer [b:316lrc06]Chris Linford (GB), [/b:316lrc06]who started his slalom racing career back in the late 70Gs and is still going strong taking 3rd place in the giant slalom at the British Championships this year, [b:316lrc06]Vincent Berruchon (France), [/b:316lrc06]French National Slalom Skateboarding Champion for the last 5 years and ranked in the top 20 Pro in the World Slalom Rankings, French father and son riders [b:316lrc06]Michel and Christopher Dupont, Danny Navarro (Spain), [/b:316lrc06]current World 50 and 100 cone record holder in the Junior Division, [b:316lrc06]Pablo Ballester (Spain), [/b:316lrc06]overall Spanish champion in 2008 and 2009, [b:316lrc06]Bruno Oliveira (Brazil), [/b:316lrc06]competing and collecting titles in both the UK and his home country, [b:316lrc06]Peter Klang (Sweden)[/b:316lrc06], who has taken podiums in all major skateboarding disciplines including slalom and is the current world record holder in 25 cone GǣCyber SlalomGǥ, [b:316lrc06]Fabian Bjornsterna (Sweden),[/b:316lrc06] who took 3rd place overall at the Dutch Open recently and [b:316lrc06]Antonio Saluena (Sweden) [/b:316lrc06]with a number of European podiums under his belt. [b:316lrc06]Andy Makeham (GB), [/b:316lrc06]a regular on HydeGs Park Serpentine Road and now part of the Brighton based GPig CityG Slalom Group will also be racing along with fellow skateboarders [b:316lrc06]Tony Lord (GB), Mike Allison (GB), Mmedo Duffort (GB), Ian Cranfield (GB) [/b:316lrc06]and [b:316lrc06]Gabe Steptoe (USA). [/b:316lrc06]Seasoned riders [b:316lrc06]Bart Brunnikhuis [/b:316lrc06]and [b:316lrc06]Jeroen Steggink [/b:316lrc06]will be on site representing Holland.There will also be a large group of riders from Germany as [b:316lrc06]Donald Campbell [/b:316lrc06]brings some of his [b:316lrc06]Gang of Germany [/b:316lrc06]over to race at X in the City G [b:316lrc06]Dominik Kowalski[/b:316lrc06], super fast racer who has won almost every major title including European and World Championships, [b:316lrc06]Kathrin Sehl[/b:316lrc06], whose recent titles include both the womenGs German and Dutch Open Champion and she took 2nd overall at this yearGs World Championships. Joining them are [b:316lrc06]Christoph Baumann[/b:316lrc06], [b:316lrc06]Markus Roch[/b:316lrc06] as well as slalom and downhill racer [b:316lrc06]Daniel Vogt[/b:316lrc06]. X in the City World Indoor Slalom Challenge Trophy races will be taking place daily from 2.30 G 4.30 pm, with open practice in the mornings. Novices get the opportunity to have a go on the course and meet elite racers twice a day, with a prize giving for the best novice times at the end of each day. There will be loads happening in the Ride & Roll Zone so make sure you get your tickets and be a part of it. Advance tickets are available on http://www.xinthecity.co.uk and only cost -10 for students and under 16Gs (under 5Gs are free) and -15 for adults (all +booking fee) for the full three days of action from 22-24 October 2010. END

 
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X in the City: 22-24th October 2010
On 9/10/2010 roba wrote in from (81.159.nnn.nnn)

Just a reminder that sign-up closes at Midnight tonight!!Racers signed up: GREAT BRITAIN 1. Rob Ashby 2. Dominic Barette 3. Sam Gordon 4. Andy Makeham 6. Jon Merrifield 7. Louis Selby 8. Sam Slaven 9. Mike Allison 10. Paul Price 12. Dave Hillier 13. Mmedo 1848 Duffort 14. Tony Lord 15. Nigel Allgood 17. Paul Coupe 19. Jason Martin 20. Ben Williams 23. Michael Stride 24. Christopher Hanson-Graville 25. Scotty Menzies 26. Tim Neal 27. Miles Murphy 28. James Parry Jones 32. Paul Keleher 40. Ella Roggero 41. Mick Reiss 42. Casper Barette 44. Glenn Kessler45. Louis Allgood46. Sonny Allgood47. Ian Cranfield50. Terry Thackray51. Chris Linford52. Milo Linford HOLLAND 5. Bart Brunninkhuis 33. Jeroen Steggink FRANCE 11. Vincent Berruchon GANG OF GERMANY 34. Donald Campbell 35. Dominik Kowalski 36. Christoph Baumann 37. Kathrin Sehl 38. Markus Roch 39. Daniel Vogt SWEDEN 22. Peter Klang 48. Fabian Bjornsterna49. Antonio Saluena SPAIN 16. Pablo Ballester 18. Dany Navarro 29. Enrique Tavera LATVIA 31. Janis Kuzmins USA 43. Gabriel Steptoe BRAZIL 21. Bruno Oliveira So don't miss out on being part of this event it has everything - all under one roof! It's one the weather cannot stop!

 
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X in the City: 22-24th October 2010
On 9/8/2010 roba wrote in from (62.25.nnn.nnn)

A reminder to everyone that the sign up for the X in the City World Indoor Slalom Challenge Trophy closes at midnight on Friday 10th September. Don't miss out on the biggest indoor extreme sports show Europe has ever seen. Details on discounted hotels will be available shortly. Details on the event here: http://www.ukslalomskateboarding.org.uk ... -the-city/ And sign up here: http://67.139.161.195/contest_registrat ... 477#signup Well.....what are you waiting for, its INDOOR - you can't use the weather as an excuse!

 
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UK Racing Abroad 2010
On 9/1/2010 paulp wrote in from (94.15.nnn.nnn)

Freshpark World Championships of Skateboard-X October 9-10, 2010, Morro Bay, California I am going - anyone else from the UK?

 
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X in the City: 22-24th October 2010
On 8/16/2010 roba wrote in from (86.135.nnn.nnn)

Sign up for X in the City is now open here:http://67.139.161.195/contest_registrat ... 477#signupPlease ensure that you READ all of the information before you sign up.Sign will close at Midnight on 10th September.Rob (LSD)

 
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UK Racing Abroad 2010
On 8/15/2010 roba wrote in from (86.183.nnn.nnn)

I have now booked for Amsterdam, my flight details:Outbound Thursday Sep 2, 2010 16:00 2 Sep 18:15Heathrow (London)United Kingdom - Amsterdam Netherlands BA0440British Airways Euro Traveller Return Monday Sep 6, 2010 11:45 6 Sep 12:00Amsterdam Netherlands - Heathrow (London) United Kingdom BA0431British Airways Euro TravellerCheers Rob

 
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UK Racing Abroad 2010
On 8/11/2010 roba wrote in from (81.159.nnn.nnn)

Details of the Amsterdam, 3rd - 5th September are here: http://www.slalomskateboarder.com/phpBB ... php?t=7439 Below are some EasyJet flight details (from LGW) if you book now they're fairly cheap. So far Team GB consists of (I think) Mick, Ella, Paul, Louis(?) and me. I intend to book flights in the next few days, I am probably going to fly out on the Thursday so as to be there for the 10am start on Friday. Cheers Rob (LSD)Outbound journey - London Gatwick to AmsterdamThu 02 Sep G Lowest Fare -32.99 Dep 06:10 Arr 08:20 G -44.99 Dep 14:25 Arr 16:35 G -42.99 Dep 16:40 Arr 18:50 G -37.99 Dep 19:00 Arr 21:10 Fri 03 Sep G -64.99 Dep 06:10 Arr 08:20 G -62.99 Dep 14:25 Arr 16:35 G -70.99 Dep 16:40 Arr 18:50 G -62.99 Dep 19:00 Arr 21:10 Sat 04 Sep G -70.99 Dep 07:25 Arr 09:35 G -70.99 Dep 12:55 Arr 15:05 Return journey - Amsterdam to London GatwickSun 05 Sep G -76.99 Dep 10:35 Arr 10:45 G -91.99 Dep 19:10 Arr 19:20 G -78.99 Dep 21:40 Arr 21:50 Mon 06 Sep G Lowest Fare -51.99 Dep 08:55 Arr 09:10 G Lowest Fare -51.99 Dep 10:50 Arr 11:05 G -53.99 Dep 17:00 Arr 17:10 G -53.99 Dep 19:15 Arr 19:25 G Lowest Fare -51.99 Dep 21:40 Arr

 
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On 8/10/2010 roba wrote in from (62.25.nnn.nnn)

I am looking to book travel to the Amsterdam race in the next few days - as for accomodation I will be camping at the race site along with the Dutch crew.If you are interested in going please get in touch or post up here.CheersRob Van Der Ashby

 
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Freeride & British Open Slalom Champs, Hog Hill 6-8 Aug 2010
On 8/8/2010 munchh wrote in from (90.218.nnn.nnn)

Thanks guys,as always, when we pull it off we really pull it off.Great to see everyone, shame some stayed away because of the forcast, we all know how it is, i've got a better tan now then when i got home from my holiday!Haha and i think your all special too.xx :D

 
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Freeride & British Open Slalom Champs, Hog Hill 6-8 Aug 2010
On 8/5/2010 roba wrote in from (62.25.nnn.nnn)

Looking forward to a good weekends racing at Hog Hill and drinking some of our beer sponsors fine product.See you there!

 
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Freeride & British Open Slalom Champs, Hog Hill 6-8 Aug 2010
On 7/19/2010 samg wrote in from (89.16.nnn.nnn)

Norman Kinnish has very kindly added his name to those offering assistance to arrange and marshall the freeride/ short downhill at Hog Hill. Norm, in previous guises, has been the driving organisational force on Eastbourne Council that ran the downhill event there for many years.Sign up: [url:vmubudxq]http://67.139.161.1 95/contest_registration.asp?ContestID=466#sig nup[/url:vmubudxq]Sam

 
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UK Racing Abroad 2010
On 7/16/2010 samg wrote in from (89.16.nnn.nnn)

Hi Tony,Unluckily I have a family bash on the same weekend as Amsterdam, so cannot go. There are, however, a few of the London tribe that have muttered about heading out. Rob Ashby speaks a bit of Dutch (his real name is Lars van der Valk)and likes to practice his old tongue. Ella is now of an age where Amsterdam is nirvanah and old folks can get lost, so is thinking about it too. This means that her personal wallet holder and dad Mick Reiss will be going. Throw Louis Selby, Michael Stride and very possibly Paul Price into the mix with your good self and you have Team England.Amsterdam is not far away. Everyone should try to make it if they can!

 
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On 7/15/2010 pig city oldboy wrote in from (90.194.nnn.nnn)

Who is heading for Amsterdam? I'm looking to join the UK Foreign Legion for the first time and have convinced the wife that a mini break in Amsterdam would be a romantic escapade! Has anyone booked flights or accommodation yet? The venue looks quite a long way out of the centre so I was going to book something in the centre and commute out on raceday. Any tips or recomendations would be appreciated. I know we will probably see Ernst & Bart at Hog Hill but figured to book now before the flights get more expensive.Tony (PC)

 
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NASS Love Monkey Open Slalom Championships 2010
On 7/12/2010 paul k wrote in from (195.110.nnn.nnn)

Overall Placings, combining both Results1st Paul Price 2nd Louis Selby 3rd Sam Gordon 4th Mmedo 1848 Duffort 5th Sam Slaven 6th Rob Ashby =7th Paul Keleher =7th Ben Williams 9th James Parry Jones 10th Nigel allgood 11th Tim Neal 12th Louis algood

 
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NASS Love Monkey Open Slalom Championships 2010
On 7/11/2010 paul k wrote in from (90.194.nnn.nnn)

Result from Sunday "hybrid"1st Paul Price 2nd Louis Selby 3rd Sam Gordon 4th Mmedo Duffort 5th Rob Ashby 6th Sam Slaven 7th Paul Keleher 8th Ben Williams 9th Nigel allgood 10th Louis algood 11th Tim Neal

 
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