On September 11-12, Alli Sports will be hosting the final regional stop for the 2010 season of the Gatorade Free Flow Tour here in Salt Lake City, at Rosewood Park, holding the skate park contest Saturday and and the BMX Park contest on Sunday. The Gatorade Free Flow Tour prides itself on being a grassroots organization, and is fortunate to have the support of such an iconic brand as Gatorade. Entering its sixth year, the Gatorade Free Flow Tour is an amatuer series that holds contests across the country throughout the summer, including a total of 30 skateboard conmpetitions (23 park and 7 vert) and 17 BMX contests (14 park and 3 dirt) in 33 parks across the nation. The winner in each of the 47 skate and BMX competitions will be flown out for the Gatorade Free Flow Finals, taking place in Salt Lake City during the Dew Tour Stop September 16-19, where one champion will be crowned in each of the four diciplines. Encompassing the “Flow to Pro” theme that is the cornerstone of the Gatorade Free Flow Tour, the two overall skate and the two overall BMX champions win a spot at the Dew Championships in Vegas to compete against the pros.
The Gatorade Free Flow Tour is open to all male and female amatuer competitors under the age of 21. Competition registration forms, waivers and detailed information are available at gatoradefreeflowtour.com.
Free Flow Tour Regional Stop Rosewood Skate Park, SLC September 11-12