Right 2 Roll 9 2011 Edit by Bradley Harold Watson

The comp was very much for the big boys only. I didn't want to make a 20min edit which I could have with all the monster tricks that went down. I'm sure you will see in other edits the crazy 900 attempts that Paulie Haack tried and a bunch of other tricks that I didn't have time to squeeze in. -Bradley Harold Watson

Competition Report: Australian Rollerblading Open 2012

Back in December, our Aussie correspondents Rob Ham and Simon Kelly hosted the national Australian Rollerblading Open in Canberra. While the northern hemisphere was freezing in the middle of winter, our southern counterparts were melting in the heat with record high temperatures paired with some super technical and intense skating. Check out what went down.

Competition Report: Victorian Titles 2012

It was awesome to see so much interest in this year's Victorian Titles among what is a swelling scene in Oz, with people from every single state both in attendance as well as registered competitors, and have everyone catch up with one another over the weekend and meet and roll with fresh and familiar faces from all over the country.

Australian Rolling Open Report with exclusive Be-Mag Edit

This years ARO was one for the locals. CJ Wellsmore, whose exceptional park skating skills are a product of growing up in the Canberra scene, took first place from his close friend Rhys Bell while Danny Jensen came a close third in the countries premiere Rolling Event. Check out this report and an exclusive Be-Mag edit from Dom West!

ARO 2011 Live updates #2

It's taken some time but it's worth it. Well, maybe not because of some technical hassles and wireless broadband not being great in the bush Capital. Some pics and clips from through the heats. Headcam thanks to Gav Drumm and Liquid Image.

Goulburn Fruit Jam Contest Report

The Goulburn Fruit Jam, held in outback Australia for the second time running, never ceases to surprise me. We pick quite a good skatepark, in the middle of nowhere, and a whole bunch of rollerbladers turn up from all over Australia. This is the type of dedication we see in rollerbladers all over the world, we'll mission anywhere to just make it to a comp and catch up with our mates. This year was no different, with even more rollers coming from even further corners of Australia than last year.