Everything you need to know about The Canadian Open on June 24th at Le Taz
Saturday June 24th, the biggest freestyle scootering contest Canada has ever seen will be happening at Le Taz Skatepark. (8931 Avenue Papineau, Montreal Quebec - H2M 0A5)
The contest is open to riders of any level male or female. It is sanctioned by The ISF, The Canadian Freestyle Scooter Federation & United Scoot. This means that first place in the Men's Pro, Women's Pro & Street categories will all win golden tickets to the World Finals in Australia Later this Year. The highest ranked riders 1x(16+) and 1x(15&under) from any lower category will also qualify. This means 5 total Golden Tickets.
Below is a chart with all of the rider levels including some indications as to what each categories riding level should resemble.
Here is a list of the entry fee's for every category. You can sign up here - ScootCanada Registration - Keep in mind, Candian Freestyle Scooter Federation Members received a 20$ discount on sanctioned contest entries.
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Every participant has the right to 1 spectator per entry. Any additional spectators will have an entry fee of 5$.
The contest will be Judged by Jacob Pearcy, Marc-Antoine Landry and Kevin Turgis. Together they have 40+ years of experience in the freestyle scooter industry.
The Canadian Open will Follow the ISF standard judging criteria. It will also be live scored VIA Scoot Scores. Riders will have 2 runs each, with the best one counting.
Doors open at 9am. If you are not pre-registered you can sign up the same day. 1 hours before your division at the latest. Final Cut off for sign ups is 1PM for all afternoon categories.
Below is the tentative schedule. This is an estimate and is subject to change depending on the amount of riders in each category.
9h Warm Up for Beginner, Novice & Intermediate
13H Break and Medal ceremony for Beginner, Novice & Intermediate
14h Warm up Womens, Advanced, Open, Pro, Street
19h Final Medal Ceremonies
● 10 Minute exclusive warm-up is planned before each category