Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Bowl-A-Rama 2011 / Wellington

After a long day of battle at Wellington’s Waitangi Park, Pedro Barros and Pat Ngoho skate away as winners of OAKLEY BOWL-A-RAMA™.
 The crowds of over 6000 on Saturday 12th of February witnessed Pat walk away with the Masters 1st place prize of A$2000 and youngster Pedro Barros with the Pros 1st place prize of A$4800, a prize purse which gave each skater a huge incentive to get amongst the competition in this years OAKLEY BOWL-A-RAMA™.
 The event series, including the sister event VANS BOWL-A-RAMA™ held at Bondi Beach in Sydney, has recently gone through some exciting developments including the World Cup of Skate signing a five year deal, major growth in prize purses and major sponsor alignments. “We are stoked to be able to work with the best in the industry to deliver a strong event every year,” comments Chad Ford, BOWL-A-RAMA™ Director. “The event keeps growing every year and brings with it the biggest skaters in the world. With the support of partners such as OAKLEY and World Cup of Skate, we are definitely on our way to becoming one of the most iconic skate events in history,” he adds. The prize winners were as follows:
 1st Place            Prize money = $4800                Pedro Barros
2nd Place           Prize money = $2500                 Sky Siljeg
3rd Place            Prize money = $2000                 Rune Glifberg
4th Place            Prize money = $1800                 Benji Galloway
5th Place            Prize money = $1500                 RJ Barbaro
6th Place           Prize money = $1400                 Nolan Monroe
7th Place           Prize money = $1300                 Otavio Neto
8th Place           Prize money = $1200                 Steve Reeves
1st Place           Prize money = $2000                  Pat Ngoho
 2nd Place          Prize money = $1600                 Lester Kasai
 3rd Place          Prize money = $1400                  Sergie Ventura
 4th Place          Prize money = $1200                  Steve Alba
 5th Place          Prize money = $1000                  Lee Ralph
 6th Place          Prize money = $800                    Mik Mulhal
Lester Kasai / Stalefish / Wellington, NZ