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Vans Park Series Oceania Continental Championships

Vans Park Series, the definitive World Championship park terrain skateboarding competition series for men and women, proudly presented the first stop of the 2019 Regional Championships last Sunday at the historical Five Dock Skatepark in Sydney, Australia. 2018 Vans Park Series men's and women's Oceania Continental defending champions Keegan Palmer and Poppy Olsen rose to the top of the podium once again by both executing jaw-dropping flawless runs within the 30 second time limit, claiming first-place VPS Oceania Regional Championship wins back to back and their coveted invites to the series World Championships this September in Salt Lake City USA.



Following Palmer in 2nd place Kieran Woolley at age 15 Kieran with his man-sized bag of tricks, and in 3rd place big guy George Richards displaying his clean solid style performing his tricks to perfection. In the women's division, Shanae Collins aggressively attacked the coping behind Olsen in 2nd with lengthy grinds and slides, while Taniah Meyers floated around the park with ollies and bonelesses granting her 3rd. All three of the girls being close friends making their wins all that more special.


Keegan Palmer and Poppy Starr Olsen will be joining the VPS select pros and the remaining series regional champions to compete at the 2019 Vans Park Series World Championships. Congratulations to Keegan and Poppy.

VPS OCEANIA REGONIAL CHAMPSIONSHIPS  MEN'S RESULTS

Keegan Palmer
Kieran Woolley
George Richards
Ryan Helm
Ethan Copeland
Zepp Heyes
Bowman Hansen
Jedd McKenzie




VPS OCEANIA REGONIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS  WOMEN'S RESULTS

Poppy Starr Olsen
Shanae Collins
Taniah Meyers
Grace Cochrane
Charlotte Heath
Aimee Massie
Mistie Mildenhall

 

If you missed it we have some of the live streams at the links below. 

Men's Finals 

https://www.facebook.com/skateboard.com.au/videos/2225930857483739/

Women's Final 

https://www.facebook.com/skateboard.com.au/videos/423762034849838/

 

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