2018 Action Sports Games

Action Sports Games will be held on 03-05 March, 2018, bringing together some of the worlds best wakeboarders, top WA skateboarders, scooter riders and BMX athletes, plus WA’s best FMX riders.

The stunning waterways of Koombana Bay will welcome international athletes to Bunbury to compete for over $20,000 in prize money! Meanwhile, on the banks of the Leschenault Estuary, the Bubury Skate Park will host Radical Ramps Championship with BMX, scooter and skateboard pros battling it out for first place, in Western Australia’s only prize money comp.

Right on Blair Street there will be an awesome demo’s from WA best Freestyle Moto X riders featuring special commentary by Johnny Diamond. Get a space around the fence line early!

Along side the FMX will be the Food Truck Feista which will feature very tasty international cuisines from all over the world. Live music and DJs, fun for kids plus world-class fireworks to finish off the weekend.

Don’t miss out on the best three days of extreme sports action in Australia!

Watersports

The Wakeboard Zone

Koombana Bay, Bunbury will be the stage for one of the richest wakeboarding events in Australia with a whopping $20,000 in prize money up for grabs.

Bunbury will host some of Australia’s and the world’s best male wakeboarders, with the likes of Cory Teunissen Aus (2nd in the world), Nic Rapa USA (3rd in the world), and Tony Iaconni Aus (5th in the world), Noah Flegel USA all confirmed to compete at the 2018 Drug Aware Action Sports Games

Download and fill the registration form, then email a copy to tim@aspxtreme.com.au

The Schedule

TimeEvent
SATURDAY
9:00am - 2.30pmSki Area closed to all boat traffic
9:00am - 2:30pmWake official practice session for all competitors
SUNDAY
8:00am - 5.30pmSki Area closed to all boat traffic
08.00am - 11.30amMen’s Wakeboard Quarter-finals (20 competitors) includes 4 host wildcards
3hours 30mins
11.30am - 1.00pmMen’s Wakeboard LCQ (12 competitors) 2hours
1.00pm - 3.30pmMen’s Wakeboard Semi Finals (12 semi finalist) 2hours
3.30pm - 4.30pmMen’s Wakeboard finals (6 finalist) 1 hour
4.00pm - 4.30pmDouble up competition
5.00pmAwards Presentations for Wakeboard; BMX and Skate
5.00pm - 5.30pmCheck course for debris and flotsam make safe for public use
5.30pm > Ski Area open for boat traffic
MONDAY
9.00am - 11.00amProfessional Coaching Session

Skate, BMX and Scooter Competition

Bunbury Skate Park

Bunbury will host one of WA’s richest prize money competition with a whooping $2,000 up for the taking plus a heap of cool prizes.

The Skate, BMX and Scooter competition will be held at the Bunbury Skate Park right in town just off Blair Street.

Saturday 3 March will see the competition start at 8.00am and run through to approx. 5.00pm so it will be a full day of non-stop action in the park.

Local apparel company “Minority Clothing” will be providing a heap of prizes for the competitors.

This competition is Western Australia’s ONLY Skateboard/BMX/Scooter event with a prize money purse!

Find Out More

Those interested in participating in the Skate/BMX competition should email shaun@freestylenow.net

Skate, BMX and Scooter Competition Schedule:

Bunbury Action Sports Games – BMX, scooter and skateboard competition.
Schedule, prize money and judging criteria

Beginners – younger and still learning – 9:30am – 10:30am
Beginner competitors must confirm they are in attendance and will be riding before 9.25am
10 participants only in each discipline

Entry fee
$10 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$15 – on the day

Scooter beginner – 9:30 am
Skate beginner – 9:50am
BMX beginner – 10:10am

Each competitor gets 1 x 45 second individual run
Total points from all 3 judges determines placings (highest points wins)

Intermediate – competitors with some good skills – 11:00am – 1:30pm
Intermediate competitors must confirm they are in attendance and will be riding before 10.50am
10 participants only in each discipline
10.30am to 11.00am warm-up time – with further warm-up times between groups

Entry fee
$15 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$20 – on the day

Scooter intermediate – 11:00 am
Skate intermediate – 11:20am
BMX intermediate – 11:40 noon

Each competitor gets 1 x 1 minute individual run
Top 5 competitors after the first run get a second run of 1 minute
Total points from all 3 judges determines placings (highest points wins)

Open – consistent and dialed tricks – 2:00pm – 6:30pm
Open competitors must confirm they are in attendance and will be riding before 1.50pm
15 participants only in each discipline
1.30pm to 2.00pm warm-up time – with further warm-up times between groups

Entry fee
$40 – plus Eventbrite ticket fee (if register on line)
$45 – on the day

Scooter open – 2:00 pm
Skate open – 2:30pm
BMX open – 3:00 pm

Each competitor gets 1 x 1 minute individual run
Top 8 competitors after the first run get a second run of 1 minute
Total points from all 3 judges determines placings (highest points wins)

Total prize purse of $2000 for the whole competition thanks.
Prize money break down for each scooter, skateboard and bmx open class.
1st – $440
2nd – $150
3rd – $75

Skatepark competition judging criteria

There are 3 judges that use the below judging criteria to award points according to the judging criteria. The competitors with the highest points are determined the winner. If there is a tie for relevant placings a runoff is the tie breaker

Difficulty. Best score possible from one judge – 20 points
Definition
• Tricks that are difficult to execute
• Technical tricks
• Difficult lines within the park
• Large gaps or high airs will also be taken into account

Diversity. Best score possible from one judge – 20 points
Definition
• A run consisting of various types of tricks (grinds, stalls and airs)
• Using the park to its full capability (tricking on as many obstacles as you can)
• Using the park in ways that other competitors are not (original lines through the park or tricking parts of the park that no one is tricking.)
• The more varied the run and the more obstacles ridden the higher the score.

Consistency. Best score possible from one judge – 20 points
Definition
• A run that has been done without any feet touching by mistake or crashes.
• Tricks done but not pulled smooth will also come into account with consistency points
• The less touches or crashes and the smoother the run the higher the score the competitor will receive

The FMX Zone

Australia’s best freestyle motocross riders will wow audiences as they perform unbelievable aerial stunts in a thrilling freestyle motocross demonstration throughout the Action Sports Games.

This extreme action sport involves motor cycle riders jumping from one ramp to another over a distance of 22.5m (75 fee)t and reaching a height of 15m (40 feet) in the air.

The Schedule

TimeEvent
SATURDAY
4:00pm - 4:20pmFMX Demo
5:30pm - 5:50pmFMX Demo
7:00pm - 7:20pmFMX Demo

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