Posts Tagged ‘melbourne’
Featuring Danny Jensen, Kev San Jose, Matt Caratelli, Guillaume Louis, Tomek Wiwatowski & Gav Drumm.
Jan/Feb 2012 Leftovers. Song: Flume – Tropical Sun (Ferris remix).
Filmed over 2 days in Melbourne, Australia.
2010-2012 compilation edit, footage from Melbourne (Australia). Filmed by Thomas Dalbis.
quoting Matthias Ogger:
My Seven Rats section shows how I see skating and what I think skating should look like and be.
I hope I can inspire people with my skating and show how good skating can look and how much fun it can be!
Most of the clips where filmed in the inner city area which makes the clips look real interesting, I don’t think there are many cities worldwide that actually can compete with what Melbourne has to offer.
Previously: Seven Rats by Craig Smith: Trailer.
Featuring skating by Jeremy Dalbis, Danny Jensen, Jamie Nicholson, Tom Coley-Sowry, Thomas Dalbis, Andy P. and Leo.
“The Australian Rolling Open, initially conceptualized to fill the void left by the Aussie Titles, has proven itself to be greater than any of those involved in its planning could have hoped for.
From the gromms who came from all over Australia to the Pros who came from all over the world, fun was had by all in attendance.
The level of skating slowly grew throughout the day until we had an insane six man jam Pro final that has electrified the Australian scene. Much of this is thanks to the WRS and the vision and commitment to in-line skating that its members have.
The main goal of the ARO was to generate excitement in the Australian scene after an absence of regularly run competitions. The success of the day leaves no doubt in our minds of the events future, with plans already being developed to ensure these strong foundations are built on.
We know there are great skaters all over Australia and getting them all together in one place is hard to do, apart from the sick skating that goes down, the ARO is a great excuse for a catch-up.
Thanks to all that made it out. Hopefully we’ve given you enough reasons to come back next year.”
-Guy Owen (ARO Organising Committee).
Melbourne Australia Super 8 edit.
Featuring Hayden Watt, Gavin Drumm and the Melbs crew.
Filmed and edited by Sean Callaghan.