Posts Tagged ‘wrs finals 2009’

Team Rollerblade @ WRS Finals 2009

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

team trs

team trs
Thanks Tom Hyser & Rob Guerrero.

WRS: 2009 World Finals (Las Vegas, USA) by Jason Reyna

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Check the Video in HD Streaming.

World class riders gathered in Las Vegas on Halloween weekend and battled for the World Finals title, last stop of the WRS 2009 Pro Tour.

A lot of pressure was on Aragon at this final event in Vegas because two riders could have potentially taken his 1st place on the WRL: Chris Haffey and Julien Cudot.
After a brilliant season on the Pro Tour in which he qualified for the Pro Finals, amateur Julien Cudot didn’t manage to pass the first round. Chris Haffey, although succeeding at qualifying for the final round, took a hard fall on a disaster true fish and had to retire from the competition.

Despite Wellsmore’s (2nd) impressive tricks, Broskow’s (3rd) creativity and style, Sizemore’s (4th) aggressive disasters and Stockwell’s (5th) fast lines, Brian Aragon did not loose his focus and took 1st place by landing stylish hammers and utilizing the whole course including every new obstacle built especially for the Las Vegas Finals.
He was then crowned 2009 World Champion (WRL#1) in front of the Vegas crowd, alongside Chris Haffey (WRL#2) and David Sizemore (WRL#3).

WRS World Finals Results:

1. Brian Aragon [USA]
2. CJ Wellsmore [Australia]
3. Alex Broskow [USA]
4. David Sizemore [USA]
5. Jeff Stockwell [USA]
6. Jon Bolino [USA]
7. Brian Shima [USA]
8. Roman Abrate [France]
9. Dominik Wagner [Germany]
10. Stephane Alfano [France]
11. Chris Haffey [USA] (ret’d)

Thanks Kato.

WRS World Finals 2009: Iowa Connection Video & Recap

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

WRS World Finals

The World Rolling Series went out with a bang on cool October evening, just outside of the city that never sleeps.

Bladers from four different continents competed in one of the best contests our industry has seen to date. Legends such as Kato Mateu, Jon Julio and Kevin Gillan “dealt out” the judging while skaters such as Jon Bolino, Chaz Sands, Chris Haffey, Brian Aragon and Alex Broskow went all in on the course.

The contest was MC’d by Daniel Kinney (BCSD Founder) and Tracy White (4Dub/LA ALL DAY). […]

Check the WRS World Finals Recap on Iowa Connection.

2009 WRS Pro Tour: The 2009 World Finals (Las Vegas, USA) by Jeremy Cloe

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

World class riders gathered in Las Vegas on Halloween weekend and battled for the World Finals title, last stop of the WRS 2009 Pro Tour.

A lot of pessure was on Aragon at this final event in Vegas because two riders could have potentially taken his 1st place on the WRL: Chris Haffey and Julien Cudot.
After a brilliant season on the Pro Tour in which he qualified for the Pro Finals, amateur Julien Cudot didn’t manage to pass the first round. Chris Haffey, although succeeding at qualifying for the final round, took a hard fall on a disaster true fish and had to retire from the competition.

Despite Wellsmore’s (2nd) impressive tricks, Broskow’s (3rd) creativity and style, Sizemore’s (4th) aggressive disasters and Stockwell’s (5th) fast lines, Brian Aragon did not loose his focus and took 1st place by landing stylish hammers and utilizing the whole course including every new obstacles built especially for the Las Vegas Finals.
He was then crowned 2009 World Champion (WRL#1) in front of the Vegas crowd, alongside Chris Haffey (WRL#2) and David Sizemore (WRL#3).


Check the Video in HD Streaming.

WRS World Finals Results:

1. Brian Aragon [USA]
2. CJ Wellsmore [Australia]
3. Alex Broskow [USA]
4. David Sizemore [USA]
5. Jeff Stockwell [USA]
6. Jon Bolino [USA]
7. Brian Shima [USA]
8. Roman Abrate [France]
9. Dominik Wagner [Germany]
10. Stephane Alfano [France]
11. Chris Haffey [USA] (ret’d)

WRS Finals 2009: Razors Edit

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

world rolling series

Featuring: Brian Aragon, David Sizemore, CJ Wellsmore, Roman Abrate, Mathias Silhan, Alex Broskow, Brian Shima, Chris Haffey, Montre Livingston and many more.

Thanks Gauthier Legrix.

Valo at the WRS Finals 2009

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

alex broskow

Check the Video in HD Streaming.

WRS Finals 2009: Official Report & Results

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

brian aragon

Brian Aragon crowned 2009 World Champion in Las Vegas.

World class riders gathered in Las Vegas on Halloween weekend and battled for the World Finals title, last stop of the WRS 2009 Pro Tour.

A lot of pessure was on Aragon at this final event in Vegas because two riders could have potentially taken his 1st place on the WRL: Chris Haffey and Julien Cudot.
After a brilliant season on the Pro Tour in which he qualified for the Pro Finals, amateur Julien Cudot didn’t manage to pass the first round. Chris Haffey, despite succeeding at qualifying for the final round, took a hard fall on a disaster true fish and had to retire from the competition.

Despite Wellsmore’s (2nd) impressive tricks, Broskow’s (3rd) creativity and style, Sizemore’s (4th) aggressive disasters and Stockwell’s (5th) fast lines, Brian Aragon did not loose his focus and took 1st place by landing stylish hammers and utilizing the whole course including every new obstacles built especially for the Las Vegas Finals.
He was then crowned 2009 World Champion (WRL#1) in front of the Vegas crowd, alongside Chris Haffey (WRL#2) and David Sizemore (WRL#3).

WRS World Finals Results:

1. Brian Aragon [USA]
2. CJ Wellsmore [Australia]
3. Alex Broskow [USA]
4. David Sizemore [USA]
5. Jeff Stockwell [USA]
6. Jon Bolino [USA]
7. Brian Shima [USA]
8. Roman Abrate [France]
9. Dominik Wagner [Germany]
10. Stephane Alfano [France]
11. Chris Haffey [USA] (ret’d)

http://worldrollingseries.com

World Rolling Series (WRS) World Finals 2009: Teaser

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

wrs world rolling series

WRS World Finals

Monday, September 14th, 2009

world rolling series

The success of the World Rolling Series in 2009 has been truly incomparable. Each event throughout the year, from Europe, Australia, Canada and the US, has pushed the progression of rollerblading to the edge and brought the community even closer together.

As with anything, change does not come without its controversy. But as the 2009 series comes to an end, it cannot be denied that this year will be looked upon in the future as a turning point for rollerblading. It is the year that the industries legends, professionals, manufacturers and event organizers came together to put the future of rollerblading into the hands of those that can truly make a difference; our own.

With all that has been accomplished, there is even more that still needs to be done. The WRS is finally proud to announce the WRS World Finals. The event will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 31 at Anthem Hills Skatepark and be the last chance in 2009 for competitors to earn points towards the overall world ranking. Once the impending battle between our industry’s top professionals is over, the WRS will crown the first rollerblading world champion in a decade.

So pack your bags and do whatever you can to make your way to Las Vegas on Halloween for what is sure to be one of the most memorable nights in rollerblading history.

Check a Promo Video of the Event on:
www.worldrollingseries.com/worldfinals
Thanks Daniel Kinney.