The 2012 Australian Sport Stacking Championships were held on November 17th, 2012 at Berwick Fields Primary School in Berwick, Victoria. The tournament included beginners and experienced stackers alike with a great competitive spirit being displayed by all who attended. Overall Champion was awarded to Lakari Heazlewood from Tasmania with Molly Hallam from Victoria claiming 2nd and Jerome Murillo from New South Wales finishing in 3rd place.
The WSSA is pleased to announce a new partnership with the AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Stackers from around the world participated in the 2012 AAU Junior Olympic Games Sport Stacking Championships in Houston, Texas, USA.
“It’s an exciting advancement for sport stacking to be included as part of the Junior Olympic Games and a tremendous opportunity for top stackers to compete,” said Bob Fox, WSSA Executive Director. “We were one of 18 sports in this summer’s games that had more than 16,000 total athletes competing. It’s the largest multi-sport youth event in the USA!”
Australian Sport Stacking Team member, Molly Hallam qualified for the Junior Olympic Games and came away with a Bronze Medal in the 12/U division 3-3-3 and 4th place in both the 3-6-3 and Cycle.
Speed Stacks Australia along with the Australian Sport Stacking Team demonstrated their need for speed recently at the Sandown V8 Supercars round. The weekend was a great success with members of the Stackaroos fundraising towards their attack on the 2012 World Championships in Germany. Speed Stacks Australia sponsored a competition to find the fastest “Rookie” stackers during the weekend as well as lucky draw winners walking away with Speed Stacks equipment.
The Australian Sport Stacking Team returned from the WSSA World Sport Stacking Championships with a total of 22 medals but one in particular was extra special ……….. Molly Hallam was crowned the 9yrs division 3-6-3 World Champion.
WORLD CHAMPION …..
Speed Stacks Australia linked up with Squash Vic for a LIVE demonstration of Sport Stacking during the webcast of the 2010 Victorian Squash Open. The webcast was telecast LIVE over the internet on the 4th of July and Stackaroos members Racheal Bromley, Molly Hallam, Louis Narkowicz and Tyrone Hallam also held demonstrations during the day with many spectators having a go for the very first time. Speed Stacks Australia held a “Lucky Draw” for Stackers who turned up on the day and the lucky winner was Lauren Walsh from St Margarets school in Berwick who got to stack LIVE with the Stackaroos !!!
The Victorian Squash Open was held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre over the weekend of 2-4 of July 2010 and Queensland pair Lisa Camilleri and Zac Alexander won the Open Women’s and Men’s titles. For further details about The Victorian Squash Open Championships or squash in general please go to www.vicsquash.com.au
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