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Pro Freestyle 2017: Heerlen Limburg (Netherlands) - Rollerblade Inline Skate Open, Highlights (Pro)

Fri, Jul 7, 2017
Pro Freestyle 2017: Heerlen Limburg (Netherlands) - Rollerblade Inline Skate Open, Highlights (Pro)

Because of the rainy weather conditions the contest was moved to Sunday. But with some more weather delays we managed to pull a 1 run contest together. This didn’t kill the riders motivation as they were still going hard. Video: Bob Drenth.

Pro Freestyle 2017: Heerlen Limburg (Netherlands) - Rollerblade Inline Skate Open, Highlights (Pro)

Foundation PRO FREESTYLE has the goal to facilitate a platform for the progression of action sports and increase the amount of action sports participants and followers in Benelux.

Uniting all action sports in one event set up in a urban city atmosphere, this brings these sports close to the people and will lead to synergy between all sports, people, brands and media involved.

Previously: Pro Freestyle - The Hague 2017 - (Netherlands) - Video, Report & Results.

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Pro Freestyle - The Hague 2017 - (Netherlands) - Video, Report & Results

Mon, Jun 5, 2017
Pro Freestyle - The Hague 2017 - (Netherlands) - Video, Report & Results

Here is a recap from the Pro Freestyle competition at Scheveningen beach (The Hague, Netherlands). Next stop: 1 July in Heerlen. Visit Profreestyle.nl.

The Rollerblade Inline Contest was a great success, we had amazing riders present like the World Champion Roman Abrate from France, he took the lead after a very impressive run and got 1st place!

The Dutch riders were also present, they were sending it high and hard. Jelle Briggeman took 2nd place after flying high and doing the biggest bio we saw.

Pro Freestyle - The Hague 2017 - (Netherlands) - Video, Report & Results

Sometimes the riders make it the judges very difficult, we had two riders who were both using the park to the fullest and kept going like they had unlimted energy. So the judged decided on a shared 3rd place for Sem Croft and Jaro Frijn.

So 4th place was left empty, 5th and 6th place also received a price, Tom van Hemert and Erik Droogh. We were very excited to see we also had some very young kids competing with the big boys. It seemed like they were having a blast and a great experience. The youngest skates Laus Valk is 10 years old. - Erik Droogh.

Results

  1. Roman Abrate (France)
  2. Jelle Briggeman (NL)
  3. Sem Croft & Jaro Frijn (NL)
  4. Tom Van Hemert (NL)
  5. Erik Droogh (NL)
  6. Nils Rinas (Germany)
  7. Dan Collins (UK)

Video: Halux Visions. Photos: Aron Spix, more photos on Profreestyle.nl.

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