This year Brampton Comp was bigger than ever. Being the fourth time around, I have been able to work out a lot of other issues. And luckily for me, I had the additional help of Corey Grantham to handle promotion and marketing. I’m extremely happy with the way things turned out this year, and I couldn’t have done it without his help. My RollToronto guys also put in a bunch of effort, and came up with the idea of adding a grindbox to the event. Steve Kiley put in a lot of work to design and construct a perfect, solid, grindbox.
On May 16th here in Toronto, we were fortunate enough to have one of the warmest days of the season. Brampton Comp 4 went down without a hitch, and I’m sure almost everyone had a good time. This year we registered with WRS, giving the top 10 in pro a place in the official standings. I was amazed at the level of skating this year, and can’t wait for next year’s event. Here are the official results:
Amateur Event 1st Pierre Olivier 2nd Alex Armbruster3rd Adam Petrov 4th Tyler Hantor 5th Jeremy Quirion
Pro Event 1st Mike Lukewich 2nd Guy Crawford 3rd Jerry Butler 4th Nate Taylor 5th Kevin Lapierre 6th Mike David 7th Danny Beer 8th Benedict Chevrier 9th AJ Delong 10th Hans Hirsbrunner
Take a look through some of the photos courtesy of Chris Dowswell, and stay tuned for an edit surfacing on RollToronto soon.
Jerry Butler from Montreal rocking the RollToronto box!
Aj DeLong (aka Mr. Birkenstock) – top acid
Blast from the past: Nicky Adams attended the comp!