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Locals compete in state’s first online skate and scooter competition

The Moyne and Colac contingents of youth development program FReeZa have joined forces to facilitate the Victorian Rumble, the state’s first online skate based competition and the Barwon Southwest Scooter Championships.

Held across the month of September the joint initiative encourages young people in the region to remain active, healthy and working on their skate skills all while adhering to social distancing guidelines.

Competitors are required to film and perform tricks in their own backyards, driveways, garages and enter their videos through the online competition platform Clippero.

Moyne Shire Council Mayor Daniel Meade said that the competition is a great opportunity for local skaters to get creative and have fun at home.

“From constructing their own ramps to performing tricks without equipment, there is no shortage of skill and ingenuity amongst the young skaters in the region,” said Cr Meade.

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“The competition provides a platform for this community to connect with one another and showcase their skills, whilst also keeping them motivated and inspired during this time of restriction.”

The Victorian Rumble is open to all young people including under the age of 25 years living in the state of Victoria.

The Barwon Southwest scooter championships are open to all young people living in the Barwon Southwest Region.

The competitions are judged by a host of professional skateboarders including Tommy Fynn, Aimee Massie & Beau Hinge, alongside a public vote.

For further information and to submit your entry to the Victorian Rumble and Barwon Southwest Online Scooter Comp, visit or respectively.

Both events are also listed as events on the Moyne FReeZa Facebook pages.

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