PAVEL/GOG DO OR DIE RACE, DÜSSELDORF, APRIL 12/13

European Races & Results (for Major, Main and Prime level races)

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Donald Campbell
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Post by Donald Campbell » Tue Apr 15, 2008 8:09 am

more results from the indoor race


indoor pro combined times
DOMINIK KOWALSKI 6,607 6,578 13,185
CHRISTOPH BAUMANN 6,49 6,833 13,323
HEIKO SCHOELLER 6,58 6,992 13,572
VINCENT BERRUCHON 7,002 6,592 13,594
PATRICK ALLAN 6,998 7,157 14,155
PAUL PRICE 7,063 7,221 14,284
STEVE HINZEN 7,383 7,145 14,528
GINTS GALITIS 7,899 7,611 15,51

indoor am combined times
MICHEL DUPONT 7,589 6,971 14,56
PETER JACHMANN 7,29 7,628 14,918
ANTONIO SALUENA 7,562 7,371 14,933
HERVE BERTHOU 7,35 7,633 14,983
KONGO 7,669 7,356 15,025
HOLGER KINDLER 7,521 7,595 15,116
PELLE GUSTAVSON 7,494 7,632 15,126
SAM GORDON 7,685 7,443 15,128
MICHAEL REIS 7,843 7,333 15,176
GUSTAVS GALITIS 7,389 7,802 15,191
OLIVER OTTEN 7,542 7,951 15,493
DONALD CAMPBELL 7,727 7,816 15,543
CHRISTOPHER DUPONT 7,808 7,939 15,747
KATHRIN SEHL 7,919 7,838 15,757
LOUIS SELBY 7,85 7,917 15,767
FRANK BESTE 7,418 8,418 15,836
STARSKY 8,543 7,762 16,305
GUILLAUME ST CRIQ 7,874 8,674 16,548
SVEN LIPPERT 7,791 8,791 16,582
SANDRINE FERREIRA 8,275 8,431 16,706
SILVIO ENDRIZZI 8,591 8,233 16,824
PASCAL VAN BÖSEKOEM 8,432 8,454 16,886
FREDERIC HUYNH BACH SAC 8,764 8,325 17,089
CHRIS SCHÜTZ 8,689 8,463 17,152
BART BRUNNINKHUIS 8,451 8,813 17,264
ELLA ROGGERO 8,667 8,629 17,296
PASCAL VAN BÖSEKOEM 8,27 9,27 17,54
PIERRE HAZERA 8,337 9,337 17,674
VLADIMIR LOPATIN 8,902 9,075 17,977
JAN MOOSLEHNER 9,137 9,027 18,164
FLAVIO BADENES 9 9,637 18,637
ROB ASHBY 9,848 10,846 20,694
ALEXANDER KIRSCH 10,086 11,09 21,176
JOEL BOSSMANN 10,492 11,49 21,982

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Post by Vladimir Lopatin » Tue Apr 15, 2008 1:44 pm

Thanks everybody for this great experience, good race, good weather, amazing people, unforgettable pool skating, Pavel factory, monster ramp..

it was my first real European race, I sucked but not too hard, can't wait to see you all next time.

Some pics from the event can be found on my blog dump page:
http://madjestic.livejournal.com/1409.html

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Post by Sam Gordon » Tue Apr 15, 2008 2:15 pm

Thanks again to Donald and the GOG crew for sorting out a great weekend of skating. Frank, Dom, Steve and the Gang did us proud. Having organised fun events before, I know how hard it is to get the racing on schedule, including registration, timing and spreadsheet work. Two races in one day? Impressive. And having a contingency location in case of bad weather for day two showed excellent planning. All done on a laid back vibe. Top teamwork gents!

Will have to go back and try the big ramp one day soon. Spent half of Saturday night getting my head around it and was just about ready by Sunday. It's now on the life list of 'things to do.' Thanks to Homer for showing how easy the ramp should be.

Great too to see all of the racers from the French Pirates to the Viking Crew and the Smoking Clog Racers. The middle of the Am field is more competitive than ever with Mick charging, Slipa, Fred, Holger and Pelle bringing up the comp levels(damn them) and Donald belting through the course whilst having a head full of organisation. The Germans are always on fire. As for Latvia? We'll catch that young gun Gustav yet!

And are the time's above really correct? Damn it's close. Just you wait, Pelle. And how fast was Antonio this weekend???

Thanks again,



Sam

P.S. Has anyone seen a maurauding Viking wandering the Industrial Rhinelands of late?

Pelle Gustafsson
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Post by Pelle Gustafsson » Tue Apr 15, 2008 4:29 pm

Sam Gordon wrote:Thanks again to Donald and the GOG crew for sorting out a great weekend of skating. Frank, Dom, Steve and the Gang did us proud. Having organised fun events before, I know how hard it is to get the racing on schedule, including registration, timing and spreadsheet work. Two races in one day? Impressive. And having a contingency location in case of bad weather for day two showed excellent planning. All done on a laid back vibe. Top teamwork gents!

Will have to go back and try the big ramp one day soon. Spent half of Saturday night getting my head around it and was just about ready by Sunday. It's now on the life list of 'things to do.' Thanks to Homer for showing how easy the ramp should be.

Great too to see all of the racers from the French Pirates to the Viking Crew and the Smoking Clog Racers. The middle of the Am field is more competitive than ever with Mick charging, Slipa, Fred, Holger and Pelle bringing up the comp levels(damn them) and Donald belting through the course whilst having a head full of organisation. The Germans are always on fire. As for Latvia? We'll catch that young gun Gustav yet!

And are the time's above really correct? Damn it's close. Just you wait, Pelle. And how fast was Antonio this weekend???

Thanks again,



Sam

P.S. Has anyone seen a maurauding Viking wandering the Industrial Rhinelands of late?
love you to sam....

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Post by Pierre Hazera » Tue Apr 15, 2008 6:23 pm

thanks for all
here you have some pics too:

http://s288.photobucket.com/albums/ll18 ... mview=grid

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Post by Cat Young » Tue Apr 15, 2008 10:55 pm

Cyril, Thanks for the pictures!
Do you have any more??

Sam--- where are your pictures dude?
Let's see em'!
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Post by Carsten Pingel » Wed Apr 16, 2008 2:05 pm

Hmm....I can't open my "Bowling-for-Düsseldorf" run!
Strange format, joe?!

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Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed Apr 16, 2008 3:03 pm

Carsten Pingel wrote:Hmm....I can't open my "Bowling-for-Düsseldorf" run!
Strange format, joe?!
I had a quick look at some of these using ACDSEE (good, easy to use image viewing software) so apparently it's some kind of video format from a digital camera or phone. As I got it up I didn't worry more about it before posting them for Joe.

/Jani

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Where are the am-special final results?

Post by Michael Reiss » Wed Apr 16, 2008 3:28 pm

Where are the am-special final results? worldcupranking.com only shows
"final standings" based on qualification times :-(

Mick.

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strange format

Post by Joachim Leonhardt » Thu Apr 17, 2008 7:36 am

@Carsten:

It's the SO-NIE - Erik#SOHNs mobile-format.
Please give the free realplayer 10.5/11 a try.
Best, Joe

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The movie....

Post by Michael Reiss » Thu Apr 17, 2008 10:46 am


HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
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Re: The movie....

Post by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric » Thu Apr 17, 2008 12:10 pm

Michael Reiss wrote:Hope you like it...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf2vFZhFf24

Mick.
Cool Mick.

ps : hope Ella is ok after the fall...
Podium or pavement... but PAVEL !

www.coneracing.com

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DO OR DIE

Post by Dominik Kowalski » Thu Apr 17, 2008 1:06 pm

Someone reeeallly likes foo figthers.........hehe...looks great! No pool stuff...hmmm. :( ;)

Oki doki, I would like to thank everybody who made it to our race. Nice to see all old faces and so many newbies!!! They were rippin' hard! I had a wounderfull time with all of you. The berlin crew is always fun to hang out with, so the dutch and of course the french and the swedes anybody else!!! All of you are the fire.
We where kinda worried about the weather conditions, so that is particular also the reason why we decided to have two runs instead of another race, we didn't want to take that chance, but gladly, thank you again, everbody was ok with that, and we could move on to a unforgetable pool session! That was the best! My legs are still sore from that!
The weather on sunday sucked ass...but again, all of you made the best out of it and enjoyed themselfes, freestylin' kickflipin' or jerkin' off.....thank you again everybody.

A special thanks also to the G-O-G crew and especially my little big DON! Thanks for that wounderfull board. Without you, I would have never come so far!!!!!!!!!!
Not to forget Mr.Beste for these amazing trucks....set it up and took it to victory....it's that easy ;)

Ok, so all of you know what the deal is now! We got this beast of a Ramp, that wants to be ridden. For the next episode, we are going for a massive GS....be prepared!


ah, by the way.....I haven't had the time to take many shots during this weekend, as I was busy doing other stuff. But here are some pics you might like to see...enjoy!


http://www.flickr.com/photos/59756352@N ... 582763514/
<a href="http://www.pavel-skates.com" target="_blank" class="postlink">SEX, DRUGS & BACKSIDE ROCK'N'ROLL...</a>
keep on rollin'...

Pelle Gustafsson
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Thanx

Post by Pelle Gustafsson » Thu Apr 17, 2008 1:10 pm

nice pics!

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Post by Dominik Kowalski » Thu Apr 17, 2008 2:13 pm

...nice ass, you pig!
<a href="http://www.pavel-skates.com" target="_blank" class="postlink">SEX, DRUGS & BACKSIDE ROCK'N'ROLL...</a>
keep on rollin'...

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Post by Pelle Gustafsson » Thu Apr 17, 2008 10:54 pm

Dominik Kowalski wrote:...nice ass, you pig!
lol you ask for it....

Márcio Benevides
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Re: The movie....

Post by Márcio Benevides » Mon Apr 21, 2008 1:51 am

Michael Reiss wrote:Hope you like it...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf2vFZhFf24

Mick.
Nice video...
It is freaking awesome. I loved it!!

BTW, who is the guy at the 16 seconds riding on the left lane in this video?

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Post by Michel Dupont » Mon Apr 21, 2008 8:36 am

Where are the am-special final results? worldcupranking.com only shows
"final standings" based on qualification times

Mick.
Still waiting.....

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Re: The movie....

Post by Michael Reiss » Mon Apr 21, 2008 10:34 am

Márcio Benevides wrote:
Michael Reiss wrote:Hope you like it...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf2vFZhFf24

Mick.
Nice video...
It is freaking awesome. I loved it!!

BTW, who is the guy at the 16 seconds riding on the left lane in this video?
Glad you liked it...

... and that's Dominik Kowalski.

Mick.

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Re: The movie....

Post by Márcio Benevides » Mon Apr 21, 2008 4:13 pm

Michael Reiss wrote: Glad you liked it...

... and that's Dominik Kowalski.

Mick.
Thanks a lot, Michael.
One more question: do you know this board dimension? I like it a lot...

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Post by Donald Campbell » Mon Apr 21, 2008 6:17 pm

that's the dominik kowalski pro model
kicktail model with deep concave and a foot pocket in the rear.
comes in carbon finish with a 22-24" wb and recessed foamcore areas
get in touch with flavio he handles pretty much all of the brazilian stuff
when it comes to gog trucks.

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Post by Márcio Benevides » Mon Apr 21, 2008 6:54 pm

Thanks Donald...

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Post by Michel Dupont » Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:48 am

So, still no sign of AMs special race final results. Still missing :

Round of 8
Round of 4
Consolation
Final
and the REAL final standings

Thanks in advance Donald for putting them up and hoping you didn't scratch the file.

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Can't have too many pictures

Post by Sam Gordon » Fri Apr 25, 2008 2:26 am


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Post by Flavio Badenes » Sun Apr 27, 2008 3:06 pm

Márcio Benevides wrote:Thanks Donald...
Marcio Dominik was the skater I told Bruno to take to Brazil last year. I still think Brazilian slalom skaters need to see LIVE what the NEW generation slalom skaters are doing. Ramon Koningshaus is another good example.

I guess that after watching the video you understand what I mean.
I am trying to take Dom to Brazil for the contest in Interlagos in December 2008.

By the way I think you saw my post with the GOG trucks on the skaters.com.br site like I said the prices you get are exactly the same you would pay here in Europe, for the best slalom trucks on the market right now.

If someone is traveling to Europe and wants to take some trucks back to Brazil with him, please let me know in advance so that I can have the trucks in stock. That will save freight costs.

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Motion pictures

Post by Hervé Berthou » Sun May 04, 2008 9:03 am

Here is the contest http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me2VK1oWb4Q

and some nice runs in slow motion http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eahi_XteC3U

Thank you guys, it was a nice time riding with you

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