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Post by Rick Stanziale » Fri Sep 17, 2004 6:31 pm

April 29 - 30, 2005 - Athens, Georgia

ENTRY FEE - $40 covers Friday and Saturday racing

Friday April 29 4:00pm - Giant Slalom, Trade Street, Bogart, GA

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PRIZE MONEY (based on 50+ racers) - $1000 PRO / $100 Junior Men / $100 Junior Women / $100 Open Men /$100 Open Women - WINNER TAKE ALL

Saturday April 30 1:00pm - Special Slalom, Washington Street, Downtown Athens, GA

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PRIZE MONEY (based on 50+ racers) - $1000 PRO / $100 Junior Men / $100 Junior Women / $100 Open Men /$100 Open Women - WINNER TAKE ALL

CONTACT classicslalom@hotmail.com or redclaycup@stanziale.com for more info
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Post by Rick Stanziale » Thu Oct 28, 2004 1:20 pm

Sunday, May 1, 2005 Georgia Old School Skate Jam - Skate Park of Athens

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Post by Jeff Boswell » Fri Oct 29, 2004 1:59 am

That's wild, Qualify in one place and race in another. It looks like I'm going to need to eat my Wheaties that morning!

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Post by Jadranko Radovanovic » Wed Nov 17, 2004 5:39 pm

Hi Rick,

I'm planing to come over next year in April. But this time only for the race. I have to go after to Hawai for one week surfing !!!

And this time, i will come with my big sister !!!!!!!!
She's the shit... Or is she shit ???

I will practice in the snow, i can see the white mountains from my home. I would like to show you a picture, but my photcamera is somewhere in the US.

I do a practice plan. One time a week playing squash, one time in the fitnesscenter and one time soccer training. I will be ready for next year !!

Cheers Jadranko

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Wed Nov 17, 2004 6:14 pm

I've got the feeling there are a lot of people trying to get in shape physically for next season. Ha,ha this is really funny. Who would think that slalom would make people get so serious. I'm convinced next season will have a more athletic field. Be prepared everyone!

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Post by Chris Favero » Mon Nov 22, 2004 6:12 pm

jadranko,fun was had in wv.i plan on athens too.it was the shit last year.as far as the freak bros. training plan it revolves more around shaping than getting in shape.bring it.cf
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Post by Donald Campbell » Mon Nov 22, 2004 7:07 pm

absolutely right corky
5 days per week at least 1 hour in the gym,pumping iron and aerobic training.skating 2-3 times a week.
you know that us germans are very hungry for next year.
paul p. told me that he drastically reduced his beer drinking and smoking habits and as far as i know he really spent the off season time surfing and getting into shape til now.during wintertime you can catch him in austria teaching snowboard lessons.
i think you will all see a different paul next year...

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Post by Vlad Popov » Mon Nov 22, 2004 9:33 pm

The Germans did an AM slalom comp in 1993 (?) - don't kill me Corky if I'm off a bit- and the pro division was called "elite".

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Post by Donald Campbell » Wed Nov 24, 2004 3:05 am

looks like that.
i think i have read that a few days ago,too
that must have been cologne in 03,ist that right?
the "new breed" started this spring,so we can't really reflect on that.the only thing i noticed is that this contest was pretty much "virgin" to say so.
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Post by Rick Stanziale » Wed Nov 24, 2004 7:44 am

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Post by Donald Campbell » Wed Nov 24, 2004 9:46 am

hey rick
sechsundsechzig
ok?
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Post by Ricky Byrd » Wed Nov 24, 2004 12:30 pm

This street doesn't sound consistant with what we had discussed about your views of racing in your series for 2005.

Care to comment on why you would throw a hill like the top of La Costa in a series billed as am with courses anyone can make? Not that I wouldn't love to race on it, but...

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Post by Rick Stanziale » Wed Nov 24, 2004 1:44 pm

buy more real estate
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Post by Eddy Martinez » Thu Nov 25, 2004 6:42 am

I was talking to Lisa Woodward my slalom sister yesterday. One of the reasons she said that she is not attending some of the Elite races next year is because the competition has become tougher and the courses are more difficult. Both of us agreed that we have alot of fun at GRS events. Let us not forget that we are the Grassroots Slalom Circuit. The courses are made so that both an amatuer and an Elite racer can make the course. Ricky Byrd is my favorite course setter by far,PSR and Mike Ohm can also set a challenging yet fair course. I attend slalom races because I have alot of fun at them. I am allways am stoked just to be there amongst my friends. I need to practice alot more, that much I know. But I don't want to travel half way across the country to munch it on the street and come back home wearing a cast on a bodypart. And sit out the rest of the slalom season. I know that every time I come off the starting ramp there is a chance that I can hurt myself, that is a choice that I have made. Luna Slalom Jam has eluded me for 2 years now,but I'll be back in 2005, this year I am bringing some new blood to the event, we are driving 14 hours to get there,but it is worth it. I still have a craving for Tower Grove Park in ST Louis. Red Clay through a great race this year, even some fellows who had never slalomed, gave it a try. The Gathering was a great experience. Grassroots must not lose its way. I will do my best to promote GrassRootSlalom in 2005, supporting GrassRootsSlalom how? By attending as many GRS events as possible and to attract new racers to the sport that I love. by hosting our own slalom contest in Texas GRS must continue to grow. Racers should not be turned away or imtimidated from a slalom event, GRS is about making all racers feel welcome. Your Amigo Eddy Texas Outlaws

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Post by Jeff Goad » Thu Nov 25, 2004 4:50 pm

now go skate some hills
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Post by Eddy Martinez » Thu Nov 25, 2004 7:10 pm

I will make the course dude.That much I promise you. And I will hit some hills. Doesn't change the fact that I am craving Tower Grove Park!!!!! You more than anyone and your crew have piled into a truck and driven for hours just to get to a slalom event. Why? It is that type of enthusiasm that has kept GRS events alive. I am a Mexi CAN not a Mexi CAN'T Your Amigo Eddy Texas Outlaw.

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Post by Marcos Soulsby-Monroy » Thu Nov 25, 2004 10:16 pm

Eddy Martinez Posted: 25 Nov 2004 10:10 Post subject:
I am a Mexi CAN not a Mexi CAN'T Your Amigo Eddy Texas Outlaw.
Yhea but Eddy you do drink in a CANTina :>

That being said I think that A: a course at that the both classes would be what I would vote for too. I thought the GRS was with newbies in mind. and B: Two courses would be OK with me too, and most importantly C: The call should be Rick's, after all is is HIS race.

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Post by Eddy Martinez » Fri Nov 26, 2004 1:56 am

Damm cantinas have been the downfall of many a slalomskateboarder. 66 you know that you can count on us Outlaws being there. Our sport will continue to grow in 2005. We can only move forward in a positive direction. Eddy Texas Outlaws.

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Post by Rick Stanziale » Fri Nov 26, 2004 4:48 pm

dial gOAd for pleasure
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Post by Jadranko Radovanovic » Wed Dec 01, 2004 4:56 am

My flights are booked now. No return anymore !

Athens, swiss power is coming !!!

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now go skate some hills
Goad get your a$$ down here and MAKE some hills then. :>

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Eddy - I've talked to Lisa about the same issues, she is confident on hills, not so confident on technical courses. Byron Hall was a complete slalom newbie prior to last years race, and he conquered Trade Street. Specific skills such as "turning early" on big gs courses, should be on the menu at grass roots races.

The hill isn't nearly as death defying as I might have implied, please withhold judgement until I actually post a photo (and have a chance to skate it) - remember, I may not even receive permission for this hill (though Trade Street is a lock for next years Friday evening and Saturday qualifying).
I would agree with Rick that it is the course at speed more than just the speed, and if that is taken into account then those of us with no hills (like me) can still do it. But I would like to see the hill too.

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Post by Chris Favero » Fri Dec 03, 2004 10:14 am

trade street looked a lot more technical than it was.what it was was fast,very fast and that made it fun for me.i learned more about racing at athens than i had at any other race.look forward to 2005.thanks 66.cf
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Post by Jadranko Radovanovic » Tue Jan 18, 2005 2:15 pm

Hey Stanziale,

I'm ready for a second US trip. I fly from Zurich 23 april to Chicago and than on the 28. april to Atlanta. On the 2 of May we fly to Honolulu. One weekend power racing !!!!

I will come with my sister and my cousin. Where we can book a hotel/motel ?

/J-Rad

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Post by Frank Henn » Tue Jan 18, 2005 2:36 pm

chris favero wrote:trade street looked a lot more technical than it was.what it was was fast,very fast and that made it fun for me.i learned more about racing at athens than i had at any other race.look forward to 2005.thanks 66.cf
ditto

Set a course anywhere and lets run some cones.

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Post by Joe Iacovelli » Tue Jan 18, 2005 2:48 pm

Where is the Saturday night course? Same as last year or on the steeper part you showed a pic of earlier?

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Post by Chris Favero » Tue Jan 18, 2005 3:00 pm

rick,i vote for the hill comin down from the varsity.i still remember my favorite quote from the cop who pulled me over for bombin it at 1am."boy,what three kinds of stupid do you suppose that was?".cf
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Post by Rick Stanziale » Tue Jan 18, 2005 3:48 pm

twilight
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$$$?

Post by Eric Moore » Wed Jan 19, 2005 7:17 pm

Hey Rick,
Are those dollar amounts in the race announcement entry fees or prize money?

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Post by Christopher Bara » Wed Jan 19, 2005 9:22 pm

Hey Rick, can you post or Email me the names and/or ph#'s of a few hotels around the race site?
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Post by Rick Stanziale » Thu Jan 20, 2005 2:52 am

Christopher Bara wrote:Hey Rick, can you post or Email me the names and/or ph#'s of a few hotels around the race site?
tanx
I just booked rooms for 32 people, some may have to share beds/floorspace (i.e. - the first 16 people that contact me are probably assured beds, the rest will have to share or bring sleeping bags - the condos are very nice, brand new)

Red Clay provides accomodations for up to 32 racers at no charge (included in entry fee), this year we plan on lodging racers here - http://www.gamedaycenters.com/georgia.html - adjacent to the Saturday evening race venue.

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"Georgia Gameday Center has 1, 2, & 3 
bedroom condominium suites available. 
Each suite is exquisitely decorated and 
fully furnished with the convenience of home.

Located at 250 West Broad Street in Athens, 
we are within walking distance to restaurants, 
shopping and entertainment. For your 
convenience, Georgia Gameday Center's 
concierge service is available to assist you 
with your individual needs during your visit.

Other amenities include high speed internet 
access, a fitness center, meeting facilities, 
a club room and covered parking. Click here
for additional information."
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Post by Wesley Tucker » Thu Jan 20, 2005 3:06 am

Rick Stanziale wrote:Other amenities include high speed internet access, a fitness center, meeting facilities, a club room and covered parking.
OK. It's got all that. But what about whores? Does it got whores? And Beer? What about beer? What kind of fleabag hole in the wall you trying to stick us in?

Wait. I forgot. It's just a block or two from UGA. Beer and whores are a given.

Never mind.

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Post by Christopher Bara » Thu Jan 20, 2005 3:14 am

Well, how can ya say no to an invitation like that?.....i'm there....i'll see who else will be travelling from here too...any sign up sheet yet?

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Post by Christopher Bara » Fri Jan 21, 2005 12:23 am

Count in a few guys from Detroit, Rick. Should we be bringing sleeping bags?.

I was wondering if youre going to do the GS in jamformat like the Pump Station. Seems like that could work out pretty good. Everybody gets chances to skate more. No long waits between runs. You can use both lanes of the road. There's no arguments for "cone out" or whatever, ...and pretty easy to figure who finishes in what spot when it's all over.
Not sure how you did it in the past.....

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Post by Rick Stanziale » Fri Jan 21, 2005 12:22 pm

twilight
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Post by Rick Stanziale » Fri Jan 21, 2005 1:49 pm

everyone is a winner at the red clay cup
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Post by Christopher Bara » Mon Feb 07, 2005 9:06 pm

Big Crowds: Good
Stage Fright: Bad

Hey Rick....There'll be at least 3 of us coming down from Detroit. Most likely 4 or 5.
If the race is Saturday afternoon, then when would qualifying be?
And to be honest, i'm more geeked on the GS...is it the same hill i saw in videos from last year?

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Post by Eddy Martinez » Tue Feb 08, 2005 5:43 am

You can count on the Texas Outlaws. We will be there for sure dude. Look forward to some sword swallowing. Your Amigo Eddy Texas Outlaws.

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Post by Christopher Bara » Tue Feb 08, 2005 11:43 am

OK....i reserve the right to tease the sh*t out of Eddy when we're down there about even using the phrase "sword swallowing" on a public forum.....

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Post by Eddy Martinez » Tue Feb 08, 2005 12:43 pm

All I can say is you had to be there bro. There was a little bit of Sword Swallower in all of us. Those of you who were there know what I mean. The race was 1st class. The SLALOM STOKE was So HEAVY in GA. One of the BEST AWARD PARTIES I HAVE EVER ATTENDED. On the flight home to Texas the next day I literally passed out on the plane. Thanks to Joe Iocavelli for inviting all of us to the Buchart wedding that was being held there at the Hotel. I did not know Joe knew the Bucharts. It was so cool to see The Knuckleheads Sidlo and C-Favero, had not seen them since St Louis 2003. Look forward to seeing everyone at The Red Clay Cup. Eddy Texas Outlaws.

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Post by Frank Henn » Tue Feb 08, 2005 6:01 pm

Eddy Martinez wrote:All I can say is you had to be there bro. There was a little bit of Sword Swallower in all of us. Those of you who were there know what I mean. The race was 1st class. The SLALOM STOKE was So HEAVY in GA. One of the BEST AWARD PARTIES I HAVE EVER ATTENDED. On the flight home to Texas the next day I literally passed out on the plane. Thanks to Joe Iocavelli for inviting all of us to the Buchart wedding that was being held there at the Hotel. I did not know Joe knew the Bucharts. It was so cool to see The Knuckleheads Sidlo and C-Favero, had not seen them since St Louis 2003. Look forward to seeing everyone at The Red Clay Cup. Eddy Texas Outlaws.
I'm not too sure you should thank Joe I for anything that happend during the redclay parties. (Unless your into that type of thing)

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Post by Joe Iacovelli » Tue Feb 08, 2005 6:26 pm

You know I've worked for years now in slalom skateboarding.

Last year I coached the US champions in both the girls and young womens category. Do they call me Joe the coach? Nope

Last year I found a great new hill for the Farm race. Do they call me Joe the hill finder? Nope.

Last year I personally recruited about a dozen new riders to slalom, helped them get set up on boards and start racing. Do they call me Joe the recruiter? Nope


Ya pee in one fan.....

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Post by Eddy Martinez » Wed Feb 09, 2005 2:39 pm

:( Oh Yea the pee thing. So that's what that yellow mist was. Repressed memory coming back, starting to remember bits and pieces. Feeling nauseas all of a sudden. Reverse peristalsis about to happen, I think I am going to puke MAN!!!! Thanks Joe.

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Post by Jeff Boswell » Wed Feb 09, 2005 4:13 pm

It sounds like I left the party just in time!

Texas Eddy, I was hoping to make it down for y'alls race but it looks like work is going to keep me tied up. Hopefully I'll run into you sometime this year.

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Post by Jonathan Harms » Wed Feb 09, 2005 4:33 pm

Bara, it's even worse than you think. :-) And no, this is NOT the most unusual or disturbing image from that post-contest party.
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Post by Christopher Bara » Wed Feb 09, 2005 5:28 pm

Great.....and all the "Is slalom gay?" community needs now is to get ahold of that pic!

Hey, uh, Joe.....i've heard that little saying before, but i dont think the last line had anything to do with peeing in a fan.......

as for that pic........y'all may be laughing in the room....but....standing in front of that window bent over, what the hell were the people outside seeing???

I'm only going to be sober at racetime......

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Post by Eddy Martinez » Wed Feb 09, 2005 6:39 pm

:) The people outside were watching the slalom race in the parking lot. Andrew Eure from Mississippi was weaving around some beer cups that were being used as cones. His foot braking technique left something to be desired. Eddy Texas Outlaws

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Post by Frank Henn » Wed Feb 09, 2005 8:55 pm

Eddy Martinez wrote::) The people outside were watching the slalom race in the parking lot. Andrew Eure from Mississippi was weaving around some beer cups that were being used as cones. His foot braking technique left something to be desired. Eddy Texas Outlaws
I believe your talking about alston, although you can say that about andrews entire skateboarding technique.
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What happend to "What goes on in Athens gets posted on the internet!"?

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Post by Chris Favero » Thu Feb 10, 2005 2:54 am

that weekend we were all up to whatever threekinds of stupid we could get into,my highlights?
low-j,eight beers deep and CHARGIN' the gs and getting third
anything to do with the exskate on fri nite
gettin pulled over fri at 1:30 am bombin a hill by athens finest
WT on the mike
ricks unending hospitality
goin to the varsity with joe and al
wes e,thanks for not tellin anyone what went down in the car
the flying beer cup,from half court,and it counts
alston vs low j for the girl in the parking lot.next time,dont use cups filled with rocks as cones
the golden shower
vlad talkin setups with us at 4 am
too many cool people to list,what a killer vibe free event.my most favorite.the friday outlaw GS hill.
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