Check out the San Gervasio Pro Am on this weekend in Italy. The 2 rnd event ending with a head to head featuring some of the best skiers in the world. Stokes Skier Robert Hazelwood will be in attendance and looking to push his personal best score into the 10.25m line length. Click on the banner below to go to the live web-cast. Scores can also be found on iwwfed-ea.org
Stokes Owner June Asher explains the New Stokes Superflex wetsuit. Available on line or at Performance Ski and Surf – Orlando and Miami Ski Nautique. June discusses the durability, flexibility and different sizes available.
The king of Darkness Night Jump event is now just around the corner. This Saturday, 29th October, you’ll get to witness the best ski flyers in the world. Halloween is one scary time of the year, seeing these guys fly over 230 feet in the dark is straight up crazy scary. Don’t miss out on the most hotly anticipated event of the year. Tap the link below……..If you dare….
To the first King of darkness in Orlando, florida
This event is a Family fun event! Parents can watch the greatest jumpers in the world on the water. Spectacular does not describe the scene of a jumper, in the dark, under lights going over 230’ where you feel you could reach out and touch them. That is the “king of darkness”!
Since it’s Halloween weekend kids can have some fun trick or treating and in the pumpkin patch!
Also kids under 12 can enjoy free ice cream from 4pm to 8pm, a fun costume parade, rides and some creative face painting!
The show will be on from 5pm to 10pm with a live music to make it even more entertaining!
Come check out the King of Darkness Oct 29th. See the top 14 jumpers in the world flying at night for free!!! Plenty of attractions for Kids and Adults. A great family day out at a fantastic setting. All information can be found at www.kingofdarkness.org. Live Web-Cast also available, so those overseas tune in also.
· Face painting
· Pumpkin patch with professional painters inside for the kids
· A trampoline flip machine
· A climbing wall
· A blow up slide
· A mechanical Bull
· Ice Cream
· Two live bands
· Food Trucks
· Beer and Wine Trucks
· Bring beach chairs and blankets and sit on the beautiful lakeside grass which surrounds the lake
:::DONT’T MISS OUT ON THIS EXCITING FUN EVENT :::
Jacinta Carrol found her groove at the Vladimir Filin pro jump event to win her 28th event in a row.
Rodrigo Miranda, making the final finished 8th after a hair raising crash. Rodrigo sucking a tip before the jump and taking a ride over the jump on his back. Reports are he is okay, if not a little shaken up.
Jack Critchley and Taylor Garcia were also at the event. Although not quite making the final the young duo are gaining valuable experience for future years on the pro tour.
Super happy for Jacinta as she, Rodrigo, and Taylor sets their sights on the Malibu open in Milwaukee on August 20th.
Josh Briant, drove a big distance from Orlando to North Carolina for the Beaver Lake Night Jump, but was rewarded by jumping a Big distance to take the win. Josh coming back with the $1,000 prize purse. One of the most talented Overall skiers in the world, Josh has shown his undoubted potential to light it up on the jump ramp.
The Rocket, Rob Hazelwood, a young English skier from middle England is looking to show the world what he is all about.
The young lad fresh from an exciting Masters event, where he took home the silver medal in slalom dreams big when talking about his 3 event water-ski challenges.
“I’ve always dreamed of competing against the best in the world. I’m very fortunate to have a great facility in Lincoln to be able to train to the best of my ability and be around other brilliant skiers helps also.”
Rob was having a steller year last year until a nasty crash at the Junior euros finished his season. A right hip dislocation putting paid to his 2015. Up to that point Rob was skiing sensationally. Jumping mid 50m’s, running 38 off(11.25m) and tricking in the upper 8,000 point range. This could have derailed many peoples dreams of competing at a high level but not Rob.
Once the doctors gave him the all clear, Rob was hard at it getting himself in the best shape possible to be able to compete at this years US Masters. Having received an invite by placing in the top 5 juniors in the world. His 2nd place in slalom and 3rd place in Overall showing his hunger and will to get back on the podium.
We are excited to see the next chapter in Robs flourishing career and are proud to have him a part of the Stokes Team. Keep your eyes peeled for this all rounder coming out of the UK.