Local skaters impress at King of Concrete

2019 King of Concrete winner, Kieran Woolley

Australia’s largest skate bowl event for 2019, King of Concrete, was held at Bato Yard, Bateau Bay, on February 2.
The rain cleared for a full day of intense shredding for the 2019 King of Concrete, with Kieran Woolley of Kiama taking out top honours in the open division after a battle with local skater Bryce Mckean, in front of hundreds that came along to support and watch the talent on display.
Fresh off the World Championships in Shanghai China, Woolley stomped an action packed run with 540s, Front side flips and boneless combos to sneak ahead of Mckean who stood out with massive 540s, edging out 2016 King of Concrete winner from the USA, Beaver Fleming.
Hobart’s Grace Cochrane took out the Women’s title with powerful smith grinds in the biggest bowl wall in Australia, ahead of Charlotte Heath from Victoria and Mistie Mildenhall from Ballina.
Long Jetty’s own Mitchell Bullard took out the Under 16’s event.
Noah Bardas and Jackson Donnini took out the Under 12’s and Under 9’s respectively.

Media release, Feb 5
Central Coast Council Media

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