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Maloof 2012 Vert and Mini-Mega Final Results

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1 PIERRE LUC GAGNON AKA PLG
2 BOB BURNQUIST
3 ANDY MACDONALD
4 MARCELO BASTOS
5 PAUL LUC RONCHETTI
6 FARRIS RAHMAN
7 ELLIOT SLOAN
8 RENTON MILLAR

PLG doing a vert clinic @ MMC SA!!

Local skateboarding enthusiasts will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get first-hand coaching from the top vert skateboarder in the world in the run-up to the 2012 Maloof Money Cup world skateboarding championships. Pierre Luc Gagnon, also known as PLG, was crowned as vert world champion after an amazing skateboarding display at last year’s contest in Kimberley and will be back to defend his title this year from 28 – 30 September. PLG has not only dominated the vert contests of the world’s greatest skateboarding event, the Maloof Money Cup, each year, but has also won numerous other contests like X Games and the Dew Tour. He is considered to be the most prolific winner in vert skateboarding history. PLG will be conducting two vert half-pipe clinics at the amazing Maloof Skate Plaza in Kimberley on 24 and 25 September for anyone keen to get some insider info on the challenges of vert skateboarding. The youth clinic will be offered free of charge, but will be limited to the first forty entrants to sign up via the website on www.maloofmoneycup.com. Twenty entrants will be accommodated for each of the 1-day clinics. Successful participants will receive confirmation and will have to be on site from 16h00 – 18h00 daily. Clinic attendants will not only receive personal attention from the world champion, but loads of cool prizes are up for grabs as well.“This is an unbelievable opportunity for young skateboarders to receive personal training from the best vert skateboarder in the world. This is what the Maloof championship is all about – paying it forward, exposing South African youth to the incredible sport of skateboarding and allowing them to hone their skills. By getting world-class skateboarders to actively assist in helping these youngsters will definitely be a huge boost for the sport in the Northern Cape and the rest of the country. It’s like getting training tips from an Olympic gold medal winner,” mentions Tim McFerran of Maloof Skateboarding.

via Maloof Money Cup.

Skate park grabs ace | The New Age Online

The state-of-the-art Maloof Skate Plaza in Kimberley is set to be a hive of activity for the next five months in the run-up to the Maloof Money Cup skateboarding world championships.

The championship will take place from September 28-30.

And to keep things moving, so to speak, a 22-year-old American Mike Koroczynsky, also known as “Chinner”, has been appointed director of Skateboard Park.

Hailing from Youngstown, Ohio, Chinner has been a passionate skateboarder for the past 11 years. He will oversee the daily operations and maintenance of the skate park as well as event planning.

Chinner who is studying hospitality management through Kent University, arrived in the country last weekend.

via Skate park grabs ace | The New Age Online.

Maloof Money Cup Skateboarding Event

Maloof Giving Hope to Thousands of Youth as First Stop of “Skateboarding for Hope Tour” Kicks Off

via Maloof Money Cup Skateboarding Event.

Maloof Skateboarding and Northern Cape Provincial Government Announce Multi-Year Agreement

Maloof Skateboarding and Northern Cape Provincial Government Announce Multi-Year Agreement

World’s Greatest Skateboarding Event Extended in South Africa Through 2015

ORANGE COUNTY, CA–(Marketwire – May 16, 2012) – Maloof Skateboarding today announced a three-year extension to bring the Maloof Money Cup World Skateboarding Championships back to Kimberley, South Africa. The deal with the Northern Cape Provincial Government comes on the heels of a very successful 2011 event that drew thousands of skateboarding enthusiasts from around the world to Kimberley and the world-class skate park built specially for the contest. The new skate park, Maloof Cup Plaza, continues to provide economic benefits and promote the township as the new skateboarding destination for the entire region. The multi-year agreement brings Maloof Money Cup contests back to Kimberley each year until 2015.

via Maloof Skateboarding and Northern Cape Provincial Government Announce Multi-Year Agreement.

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