Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

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Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Thu Mar 31, 2022 2:47 pm

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We've started the more detailed plans for a race at the Trocadéro this spring (May 21-22).

It'll be a two-day race with straight and hybrid dual racing. Possibly another discipline added depending upon the participation.
Two qualifying runs, then top 4 or 8 in each of the classes Pro, AM, Women, Junior. Due to the speed of the hill and the obligation to foot-stop, there will be no classes for the younger juniors (Jun11, Jun14).

We are late with requesting and obtaining permission so we recommend that you do not make any firm plans yet. If you wish to book tickets or accommodation, make sure you have options for cancel and refunds.

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed Apr 27, 2022 8:35 pm

Time to book your tickets for Paris what is possibly going to be the LAST Paris Slalom World Cup.
Plans are underway to replace the red asphalt with some concrete surface with little stones in it. That will make it hard for us to use these slopes for slalom racing. So, don't take any chances come and race with us this year!

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Mon May 02, 2022 11:16 am


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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed May 04, 2022 12:38 pm

FB event announcement:

Paris Slalom World Cup returns to the Trocadero once again. Don't miss this unique opportunity to race on this legendary skate spot right in the city centre of Paris. RiderZ, ISSA and the CDRS 75 hereby welcomes you to Paris for what may possibly be the last of slalom races at the Trocadero.

It's a two day race with tight and special slalom in an Open category, and two junior categories Jun 17 and Jun 14. We'll also try to add a fun race, such as a surf-skate style giant slalom.

Schedule:
Saturday 21 may : 11:00 à 19:00
Sunday 22 may : 10:00 à 18:00

Registration here:
http://slalomskateboarder.com/slalomran ... ns&id=1186
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Français :

Les épreuves de la Paris Slalom World Cup (PSWC) 2022 se dérouleront les samedi 21 et dimanche 22 mai au Trocadéro.
L’Association Riderz s’associe à l’ISSA (International Slalom Skateboard Association) et au Comité Départemental de Roller et Skateboard de Paris (CDRS75), pour le retour tant attendu du championnat de skateboard slalom sur le lieu mythique des allées du Trocadéro à Paris.

Ce Championnat se composera de deux disciplines du Slalom Skateboard, le Slalom Tight et le Slalom Special, catégories hommes / femmes / juniors. Il accueillera des participants d’une dizaine de pays parmi lesquels France, Allemagne, Angleterre, Italie, République Tchèque, Suède, Lettonie et Espagne.

Il constituera les épreuves de qualification des slalomeurs français pour les World Skate Games qui se dérouleront en Argentine du 24 octobre au 13 novembre 2022.

Horaires de la compétition :
samedi 21 mai : 11h00 à 19h00
dimanche 22 mai : 10h00 à 18h00
Pré-enregistrement ici :
http://slalomskateboarder.com/slalomran ... ns&id=1186

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Tue May 10, 2022 5:48 pm

Video by Caribbean PSWC 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8FIcEYKHE8

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Fri May 27, 2022 3:57 pm

Full results (PDF):

http://www.slalomskateboarder.com/event ... esults.pdf

Thanks Corky!


Juniors (14 yrs):
1 Emily Martinu [CZE]
2 Anna Safrankova [CZE]

Junior (17 yrs):
1 Dan Syrovy Jr [CZE]
2 Karolina Machova [CZE]
3 Tomas Mach [CZE]
4 Marie Maderova [CZE]
5 Tereza Dvorakova [CZE]
6 Martin Falt [CZE]

Women:
1 Karolina Vojtova [CZE]
2 Hana Voytova [CZE]
3 Therese Redman [SWE]

Open:
1 Christopher Dupont (Pro) [FRA]
2 Petr Matous (Pro) [CZE]
3 Olle Bauer (Pro) [SWE]
4 Louis Selby (Pro) [GBR]
5 Christoph Baumann (Pro) [GER]
6 Vincent Tanguy (Pro) [FRA]
7 Gustavs Gailitis [LAT]
8 Zdenek Mach (Pro) [CZE]
9 Stepan Vojta (Mas) [CZE]
10 Max Thiele (Am) [GER]
11 Mmedo Duffort (Mas) [GBR]
12 Marc Camelan (Pro) [FRA]
13 Alex Lutz (Mas) [GER]
14 Michal Subrt (Mas) [CZE]
15 Petr Martinu (Am) [CZE]
16 Karl Floitgraf (Pro) [USA]
17 Pierre Hazera (Pro) [FRA]
18 Felix Thiele (Am) [GER]
19 Paul Coupe (Mas) [GBR]
20 Alexei Söderhäll (Am) [FRA]
21 Jean-Sébastien Dennebouy (Am) [FRA]
22 Petr Klein (Pro) [CZE]
23 John Nicholas (Mas) [GBR]
24 Vincent Adam (Am) [FRA]
25 Dusan Dvorak (Am) [CZE]
26 Mike Fish (Mas) [GBR]
27 Lars Tuexen (Mas) [GER]
28 Lukas Mehler (Am) [GER]
29 Jean Philippe Bouckaert (Mas) [BEL]
30 Frank Pannetier (Mas) [FRA]
31 Romain Chevignard [FRA]
32 Michel Dupont (Pro) [FRA]
33 Kim Jungreuthmayer (Mas) [GBR]

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Fri May 27, 2022 4:27 pm


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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2022, May 21-22 [Prime]

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed Jun 15, 2022 7:34 pm

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After several years of hiatus, the world famous ‘’Paris Slalom World Cup’’ race at the legendary Trocadero square with view at the Eiffel Tower was back on race calendar. It was the season opening race for international slalom racing in Europe. Great weather (with small rain delays) and quite international field promised action-packed racing in hybrid, giant and tight slalom and it sure delivered.

In Open category defending European champion Christopher Dupont from France managed to win every discipline and overall, respectively, earning the title ‘’Roi du Trocadero’’ (King of Trocadero). Petr Matouš from Czech Republic scored two seconds and a third in tight slalom taking the second overall spot. Most probably the biggest surprise of the event came from Sweden - Olle Bauer was fast from the very beginning and grabbed the final podium spot in overall. Second place in tight slalom and fourth place in overall classification went to Louis Selby. Briton had a great pace all weekend long and will be force to recon in the upcoming European events.

Battles were fierce on both days and overall Open classification from 5th till 10th was as follows: Christoph Baumann (Germany), Vincent Tanguy (France), Gustavs Gailitis (Latvia), Zdenek Mach, Stepan Vojta (both Czech Republic) and Max Thiele (Germany).
In lady’s category one of the fastest female slalom skateboarders in the world Karolina Vojtova from Czech Republic was unstoppable with three wins over her mother Hana Vojtova and Therese Redman from Sweden.

In teens and juniors, the Czech young talent pool took the top honours: in teen category Emily Martinu won giant and tight, but Anna Safrankova was fastest in hybrid. In junior category Dan Syrovy jr had a clean sweep with three first place finishes beating Karolina Machova and Tomas Mach, all from Czech Republic.

The event was a great success and slalom skateboarding community is hoping to have more races in this legendary and mythical place at the very centre of Paris. The international racing season continues on 17-19th June in Helsingborg, Sweden with the European Championships of slalom skateboarding.

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