[2006] Antibes International slalom 2006

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Postby Ramón Königshausen » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:34 pm

Pierre Samray wrote:SPECIAL PRO : SATHURDAY EVENING. qual Pro (same slalom) then final junior and final pro.
cone penality =0.10 sec



Will I have to bring my TS deck or will the C81 be enough? In other words: Is there to expect a tigher slalom or not?

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Postby Pierre Samray » Fri Sep 22, 2006 6:58 am

tighter than in brixxleg, larger than in Paris ( 1m70 to 3m00):Imagine I expect to kill less than 5 cones :-) bring your ts and be ready to go fast in the giant.
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Postby Ramón Königshausen » Fri Sep 22, 2006 7:34 am

Ah, that sounds nice. Thanks Pierre ;-) I'm looking forward to an even nicer GS

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Sunday Race

Postby Claude Regnier » Fri Sep 22, 2006 8:30 am

Hello!

We are in Zurich right now. We flew into Nice slept then drove up to here last night. We are looking forward to the 80 cones race on Sunday, EH!

Pierre are we using start ramps or not for the Sunday race in Antibes? or does the "Cyber Slalom Riderz Rules" mean no cones? I am a little confused :)

We expect to be back in Antibes Monday night or Tuesday morning at the latest. See you soon.

Claude & MB
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Postby Pierre Samray » Fri Sep 22, 2006 1:20 pm

Hello Claude.
Of course we have big fast start ramp! and we use it for all the races.
The french cyber slalom say : No limit with pushing..So we'll use the ramp to enter fast.
First they put a rule which said : no more than 10% cones hit (so 4 cones max) but later everybody let down this rule and we just have 0.1 penality by cone.
best time is Patrick Allan (french amateur!!) with an incredible 8"64 just before Vlad Popov.
Not sure somebody can beat it here, the road may be not fast enought. Let's see.

Tell me when you arrive in Antibes Claude.

See you soon
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Thanks

Postby Claude Regnier » Fri Sep 22, 2006 2:33 pm

Merci Pierre.

On planifie dàreter chez tois pour lesser nos baggage et retourner làuto a Nice et retourner chez tois.

Envois mois ton addresse par PM puisee faire un recherche sous google ou mapquest.

Merci, a bientot, EH!
Many Happy Pumps!
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Postby David Rudnianski » Sat Sep 23, 2006 12:33 pm

Unfortunatly, I won't be able to come. Have fun guys ;)
French Pirates are in the place...
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Postby Pierre Samray » Thu Sep 28, 2006 7:09 am

Ok . I took out the list from the computer today : about 70 racers have enter.
15 french, 10 swiss, 10 swedish, 8 english, 10 Italians, 4 letvians, 2 canadians, 2 russians, 1 american and some from south africa (Jadranko) or newzeland(Markus)!?? but as I know them, I think the finger slide on the keyboard, when they enter the nationality :-).

Those who still want to add there name (and come for sure) can do it till 12 this morning.
After that you have to do it Saturday morning in La GAROUPE between 9 and 10 o'clock.



Now no more time to check the different site.

For any questions
email me to my work
newrider@wanadoo.fr

Thanks, see you soon.
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Postby Stefano Bellingeri » Thu Sep 28, 2006 7:50 am

Dear all,
unfortunately I will not attend the race in Antibes. In fact, I would prefer to stay near my wife who has to be at rest due to her pregnancy (now she is fine but she has to stay home without moving a lot). So, dear Pierre, I will come next year (...so you have to do it again!). To all the slalom community, please enjoy the race and the week end.
Good luck to everybody.
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Postby fabrice andré » Thu Sep 28, 2006 10:58 am

Stefano Bellingeri wrote:So, dear Pierre, I will come next year (...so you have to do it again!).


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Postby Pierre Samray » Thu Sep 28, 2006 3:12 pm

Stefano we will thinking of you when we'll be in the slalom.
I wish you a lot of good things for your wife and you and the futur baby.

So you have to wait 2008 (may be) to ride Antibes again.
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Postby Chris Eggers » Thu Sep 28, 2006 3:30 pm

So, to add to Stefanos post: I will stay at home for the same reasons, as I did for 80 Cones and I will do for the Great Western Race. Sometimes you have to set priorities.
The birth dates of Stefanos first and our second child are about the same date, which is quite funny. Let´s see who is faster this time!

I think we will keep you posted!

So far, everyone else, have fun at the races and fuel the stoke! Go for it!
May the fastest racer win!
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Postby Donald Campbell » Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:27 pm

pavel sponsoring antibes
it won't happen this year!!!!!

partly....

the box i sent to fred is coming back i just tracked the shipment(fred was supposed to bring the stuff to pierre)and it's coming back to my address.


ok...


so what do i do now?

maybe jani can take a few wooden decks to pierre and i'll replace them next week.

is that possible jani?
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Fingers crossed!

Postby Martin Drayton » Sat Sep 30, 2006 6:42 am

Hey Stefano!
Good luck to you and Monica, we will be thinking of you both!
Antibes has a "baby" connection for many people...Maya was the result of us celebrating my GS win there ;)!
Martin, Julie and Maya xxx
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Postby Peter Klang » Sun Oct 01, 2006 10:02 am

Roumers says that Micke Hadestrand and Hans Göthberg are the bombs. Gratulations to the both of ya. As for the pros, all i know is Chris Harts won the GS, good going Chris.

Who won PRO special???

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Postby Stefano Bellingeri » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:07 am

Dear all, thanks so much for the replies!
I hope tha race was nice and everybody had what deserved.
We are fine and we'll see if we (or Chris Egger's family) will be the fastest.
The most important think is that, may be, just a guess, we'll have a new slalomers in few yers...
Take car and enjoy the winter season.
Stefano ansd Monica
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Postby Pierre Samray » Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:11 am

Hello all. Some fast answer before giving the complete results.
First I want to thinks all the racers. I think I make a good joke to the pros in including all the categories mixed in the tight...
In pro Chris Hart win the giant Luca the special and Ramon the straight
In am Hadestrand win giant and Gotberg special and straight
In junior Chrzanowski win giant and straight and Victor Hadestrand the special
in woman Lea Gasser win giant and straight, Lienite skariane the special
Unfortunatly rain come at night before the pro special finals, so we'll be in late on sunday and have to cancel the nations cup.

Complete results very soon here is now the SCRATCH ranking for the 3 slaloms

GIANT

1 HART 735 pros SUISSE 33,710
2 GIAMMARCO 749 pros ITALIE 33,780
3 HADESTRAND Mikael 716 amateurs SUEDE 34,480
4 KöNIGSHAUSEN 727 pros SUISSE 34,530
5 VON GLASOW 715 pros SUISSE 34,910
6 AHMED 701 amateurs FRANCE 34,940
7 BERRUCHON 748 pros FRANCE 35,200
8 STROBEL 752 pros SUISSE 35,330
9 LANGLADE 707 pros FRANCE 35,410
10 REGNIER 726 pros CANADA 35,490
11 SIEGRIST 734 pros SUISSE 36,000
12 SCHAUB 725 pros SUISSE 36,020
13 ALLAN 721 amateurs FRANCE 36,190
14 KOWALSKI 719 pros SUISSE 36,190
15 GOTHBERG 714 amateurs SUEDE 36,190
16 SAMRAY 751 pros FRANCE 36,240
17 PRICE 723 pros UK 36,360
18 FERRERO Gian Luca 742 pros ITALIE 36,660
19 RADOVANOVIC 712 amateurs AFRIQUE 36,810
20 GORDON 730 amateurs UK 36,830
21 SODERHALL 753 pros SUEDE 36,890
22 COQUIN 733 amateurs FRANCE 36,940
23 CHRZANOSVSKI 732 juniors FRANCE 37,010
24 FREI 711 pros SUISSE 37,100
25 HUG 747 amateurs SUISSE 37,250
26 HADESTRAND Viking 717 juniors SUEDE 37,610
27 DENNEBOUY 720 amateurs FRANCE 37,830
28 KOULA 713 juniors SUISSE 37,930
29 REISS 741 amateurs UK 37,950
30 BAURAIN 706 amateurs FRANCE 38,640
31 MARTIN 703 amateurs FRANCE 38,990
32 HUYNH BACH SAC 705 amateurs FRANCE 39,030
33 NIALL HORTON 724 amateurs UK 39,110
34 GASSER 738 femmes SUEDE 39,170
35 SAINT-CRIQ 704 amateurs FRANCE 39,270
36 HADESTRAND Viktor 718 juniors SUEDE 39,310
37 HENRIQUEZ 728 amateurs SUEDE 39,370
38 KISELEVA 710 femmes RUSSIE 41,120
39 NORBURY 729 amateurs UK 41,210
40 STRIMER 722 juniors SUEDE 41,410
41 KHABELASHVILI 709 femmes RUSSIE 41,490
42 FERRERO Federico 744 juniors AFRIQUE 41,490
43 FERRERO Andrea 743 juniors ITALIE 41,510
44 COMTE 736 femmes FRANCE 42,640
45 PRIN 740 amateurs FRANCE 42,780

SPECIAL
1 KöNIGSHAUSEN 727 pros SUISSE 10,550
2 KUZMINS 745 pros LETONIE 10,580
3 Kowalski 719 pros SUISSE 10,620
4 GIAMMARCO 749 pros ITALIE 10,620
5 FREI 711 pros SUISSE 10,710
6 HART 735 pros SUISSE 10,720
7 VON GLASOW 715 pros SUISSE 11,000
8 STROBEL 752 pros SUISSE 11,040
9 BERRUCHON 748 pros FRANCE 11,050
10 PRICE 723 pros UK 11,090
11 REGNIER 726 pros CANADA 11,140
12 SODERHALL 753 pros SUEDE 11,240
13 ALLAN 721 amateurs FRANCE 11,320
14 HADESTRAND Mikael 716 amateurs SUEDE 11,340
15 SIEGRIST 734 pros SUISSE 11,350
16 GOTHBERG 714 amateurs SUEDE 11,510
17 SAMRAY 751 pros FRANCE 11,620
18 SKARANIS 754 pros LETONIE 11,690
19 LANGLADE 707 pros FRANCE 11,710
20 SCHAUB 725 pros SUISSE 11,830
21 AHMED 701 amateurs FRANCE 12,150
22 HUG 747 amateurs SUISSE 12,320
23 COQUIN 733 amateurs FRANCE 12,350
24 FERRERO 742 pros ITALIE 12,370
25 RADOVANOVIC 712 amateurs AFRIQUE 12,550
26 REISS 741 amateurs UK 12,630
27 CHRZANOSVSKI 732 juniors FRANCE 12,820
28 DENNEBOUY 720 amateurs FRANCE 12,830
29 GORDON 730 amateurs UK 12,880
30 HENRIQUEZ 728 amateurs SUISSE 12,940
31 SAINT-CRIQ 704 amateurs FRANCE 12,980
32 NIALL HORTON 724 amateurs UK 13,060
33 SKARAINE 746 femmes LETONIE 13,190
34 STRIMER 722 juniors SUISSE 13,360
35 HADESTRAND Viking 717 juniors SUEDE 13,430
36 KOULA 713 juniors SUISSE 13,450
37 GASSER 738 femmes SUISSE 13,490
38 HADESTRAND Viktor 718 juniors SUEDE 13,600
39 HUYNH BACH SAC 705 amateurs FRANCE 13,620
40 KISELEVA 710 femmes RUSSIE 14,190
41 BAURAIN 706 amateurs FRANCE 14,450
42 KHABELASHVILI 709 femmes RUSSIE 14,570
43 SALUENA 737 amateurs SUEDE 15,210
44 PUENTEDURA 708 amateurs FRANCE 15,240
45 PRIN 740 amateurs FRANCE 15,310
46 FERRERO 743 juniors ITALIE 15,400
47 MENZIES 739 amateurs CANADA 15,720
48 RENAN 702 amateurs FRANCE 16,220
49 FERRERO Federico 744 juniors AFRIQUE 16,540
50 SALVAN 731 amateurs FRANCE 16,900
51 COMTE 736 femmes FRANCE 16,940
52 DELATTRE 750 amateurs FRANCE 17,260
53 DELVALEE 755 femmes FRANCE 17,740
54 NORBURY 729 amateurs UK 18,350
55 MARTIN 703 amateurs GERMANY 19,000

STRAIGHT
1 Ramón KöNIGSHAUSEN 727 pros SUISSE 10,540
2 Hans GOTHBERG 714 amateurs SUEDE 10,580
3 Luca GIAMMARCO 749 pros ITALIE 10,590
4 Chris HART 735 pros SUISSE 10,620
5 Janis KUZMINS 745 pros LETONIE 10,620
6 Maurus STROBEL 752 pros SUISSE 10,670
7 Mikael HADESTRAND 716 amateurs SUEDE 10,770
8 Aki VON GLASOW 715 pros SUISSE 10,810
9 Dominik KOWALSKI 719 pros GERMANY 10,910
10 Martin SIEGRIST 734 pros SUISSE 10,950
11 Patrick ALLAN 721 amateurs FRANCE 10,960
12 Paul PRICE 723 pros UK 11,130
13 Jani SODERHALL 753 pros SUEDE 11,160
14 Johan CHRZANOSVSKI 732 juniors FRANCE 11,160
15 Vincent BERRUCHON 748 pros FRANCE 11,290
16 Vincent LANGLADE 707 pros FRANCE 11,300
17 Adel AHMED 701 amateurs FRANCE 11,390
18 Claude REGNIER 726 pros CANADA 11,540
19 Marco HENRIQUEZ 728 amateurs SUISSE 11,590
20 Salvis SKARANIS 754 pros LETONIE 11,680
21 Guillaume COQUIN 733 amateurs FRANCE 11,770
22 Pierre SAMRAY 751 pros FRANCE 11,830
23 Guillaume SAINT-CRIQ 704 amateurs FRANCE 11,950
24 Manuel SCHAUB 725 pros SUISSE 11,970
25 Sam GORDON 730 amateurs UK 12,040
26 Jean-sébastien DENNEBOUY 720 amateurs FRANCE 12,110
27 stephens NIALL HORTON 724 amateurs UK 12,210
28 Michael REISS 741 amateurs UK 12,430
29 Lea GASSER 738 femmes SUISSE 12,490
30 Vikink HADESTRAND 717 juniors SUEDE 12,590
31 Viktor HADESTRAND 718 juniors SUEDE 12,650
32 Lienite SKARAINE 746 femmes LETONIE 12,660
33 Silvio STRIMER 722 juniors SUISSE 12,690
34 Frédéric HUYNH BACH SAC 705 amateurs FRANCE 13,000
35 Jeremy MARTIN 703 amateurs FRANCE 13,160
36 Olga KISELEVA 710 femmes RUSSIE 13,220
37 Antonio SALUENA 737 amateurs SUEDE 13,870
38 scott MENZIES 739 amateurs CANADA 14,380
39 William RENAN 702 amateurs FRANCE 14,400
40 Ekaterina KHABELASHVILI 709 femmes RUSSIE 14,420
41 antoine BAURAIN 706 amateurs FRANCE 14,750
42 Guillaume PRIN 740 amateurs FRANCE 14,820
43 Claire DELVALEE 755 femmes FRANCE 15,380
44 Mathias PUENTEDURA 708 amateurs FRANCE 15,420
45 Richard NORBURY 729 amateurs UK 15,630
46 Jean-sébastien DELATTRE 750 amateurs FRANCE 16,150
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Postby Pierre Samray » Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:16 am

Just precise this is only the QUALIFICATIONS TIME, You have the official results this evening.

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Thanx!

Postby Antonio Saluena » Mon Oct 02, 2006 5:25 pm

I just want to thank Pierre for a very nice and very well arranged competition!
I had a great weekend, and enjoyed meeting a lot of great racers!
Antibes was really beautiful, next time I will bring my girlfreind and stay a week!

Antonio

ps. I promise to practice a lot during the winter and get a better result next time
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Postby Jani Soderhall » Mon Oct 02, 2006 9:15 pm

GÖTHBERG is once again INCREDIBLE!!! (For those who didn't know he's probably got 10 or more Swedish Championship titles in vert! Now he wants to gather some slalom titles.

...and a few of the other Am's were too. Just look at Hadestrands time in the Giant, and why not in the straight too.

The Nations Cup trophy was given to Switzerland, but I wonder if the Swedish Ams and juniors didn't collect more trophies than the Swiss.

Thank's Pierre and the whole Antibes crew for a pleasant weekend!

/Jani
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Postby Gianluca Ferrero » Tue Oct 03, 2006 11:34 am

Well, , i'm really agree with Jani about this last race: congratulation to Pierre ,even for the non skating events....Soon some nice shots about the fantastic tribal band and all of us on this last hot saturday's night .

Congratulation to the strong Swedish Team and to all the Hadestrands ' family,that we really hope to meet again in next races,to all the Juniors and all the longskaters classified or not.
A special greeting to the fun and friendly speaker with never leave Us alone.....with professionality....grazie! e viva Monetier....

Nice to meet all of You ,as always in our races, in one of the most beautiful places near Italy.Cote d'Azur!

Pierre,we are waiting,as you anticipated to me , the Worlds in 2008!!!

Sincerely

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Postby Pierre Samray » Tue Oct 03, 2006 12:17 pm

Thank you Jani and Gianluca. The only think I want is to see everybody happy and having fun. Now more serious all the results : and a big thanks to Jerome who looks after that, even if he's not use to do it.

http://jaytherider.free.fr/explorer/.di ... cup&2=2006

Pictures and films are coming soon.
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Antibes 2006

Postby Sam Gordon » Tue Oct 03, 2006 10:24 pm

Here are a few Antibes snaps from the weekend:

Image

http://www.flickr.com/photos/samg/sets/72157594310757606/
Hit slideshow and speed the whole thang up to 1.5 secs per frame.

Thanks Pierre Samray!
Once again you delivered an excellent concoction of sun, sea, sand and skate.

All the best from the UK crew,

Sam
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Postby Mathias Puentedura » Thu Oct 05, 2006 9:30 am

I put some photos as well. These are photos from me and Alice.
Enjoy.
Fell free to correct my errors on names if so.

[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/kromanfromcrs/sets/72157594313075324/]Image
people and off contest[/url]

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Saturday night fever[/url]

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Special Slalom[/url]

[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/kromanfromcrs/sets/72157594312793585/]Image
Tight Slalom[/url]

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Giant Slalom[/url]
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Antibes pictures

Postby Sam Gordon » Thu Oct 05, 2006 3:38 pm

Top shots Mathias and Alice! We borrowed a pic for the UK slalom news page http://www.ukslalomskateboarding.com; I hope that's OK. It was great to see you in Antibes.
Until next year!

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Postby Donald Campbell » Thu Oct 05, 2006 7:19 pm

hey... i wanna congratulate our teammate dominik for his pro debut in antibes.
getting a good place with sex drugs and rock'n rolls is possible after all.
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Postby Vincent Berruchon » Thu Oct 05, 2006 10:31 pm

Yeah, Dom found his place directly within the Pros!!! ;)

a few pics
http://www.flickr.com/photos/vinzzz2001/tags/antibes/

The week end has been really painful for me - my first try to wakeboarding on friday was nice but I left a shoulder there I think!
http://flickr.com/photos/vinzzz/tags/wakeboard/
It was really hard to skate and I still feel pain one week after :( Definitely a bad year for my bones and my body!

But it was great to see some old friends, the Antibes crew and a part of slalom familly.
The Berru Team rocks with the young guns Pat'Allan (aka Harry Potter) and Adel (aka "Where's my money???")
We also had a lot of surprises like the car battery that didn't work so we couldn't go back to our house on Saturday night, the cat, wakeboard pain, Guillaume (Prin) who had a bad injury and the whole day to struggle to go to the urgence just before going to the train station to come back to Paris! ... and more...

But thank you to Pierre, Julian and all the people involved in the event ;)
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Re: Antibes pictures

Postby Mathias Puentedura » Thu Oct 05, 2006 10:43 pm

Sam Gordon wrote:Top shots Mathias and Alice! We borrowed a pic for the UK slalom news page http://www.ukslalomskateboarding.com; I hope that's OK. It was great to see you in Antibes.
Until next year!

Sam


I am sure Alice is pleased about having one if her photo in homepage... And If it is one of mine I am pleased too! (we shared my camera, and I cannot told who take what...)
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Antibes

Postby Sam Gordon » Fri Oct 06, 2006 1:06 am

No worries Mathias, you and Alice make a top photograhic team. Love the pics! Thanks for the usage permission on the UK site.

Campbell, you were missed! The GS board worked better than expected. It made a sportsman out of a layabout. Unbelieveable! Check those Pavels...

Thanks gents,


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