2017 Rocky Mountain Rampage
Sk8-Strong is proud to be partnering with the City of Colorado Springs, World Cup Skateboarding, Monster Skate Park Sydney Australia and the Black Sheep to host the 2016 Rocky Mountain Rampage and Rock the Rampage events. This year’s going to be exciting with three days of skateboarding competition and a weekend filled with music from local bands.
Competition disciplines include: Park, Vert and Bowl.
Rocky Mountain Rampage categories are:
Masters and Legends (40 years and older)
Men’s (16 to 39 years old)
Women’s (16 to 39 years old)
Boys (15 years old and younger)
Girls (15 years old and younger)
The best 12 years old and under Boy and Girl will be recognized as the Top GROM in each discipline.
Who’s invited and who’s pre-qualified:
The Rocky Mountain Rampage is an OPEN competition, everyone is welcome to come and compete provided we have space – first come first served.
The 2015 RMR winners are invited to defend their titles, are pre-qualified to the finals and will have their travel and lodging paid for by Sk8-Strong.
Top ranked professional Vert, Park, and Bowl skaters are pre-qualified to the semi-finals.
Registration: Skaters can register on line.
Entry Fees: $20 for Street and Bowl competitions, $30 for Vert World Championship competition.
Sk8-Strong will make every effort to ensure the competition takes place as scheduled. However, since it is an outdoor venue there is the possibility of a weather delay, or even cancellation in an extreme situation. If the weather will only cause a delay of a couple hours, Sk8-Strong will work to complete the schedule set for that day. If the weather is severe and prohibits the competition from continuing for the day, it will be resumed the following day with an altered scheduled.
* Certified Skateboarding helmets ARE REQUIRED for all skaters competing in Bowl and Vert. Knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards and other safety gear are strongly encouraged for all skaters competing in the Rocky Mountain Rampage.
Insurance - liability and waivers:
All skaters will need to sign a liability and insurance waiver. Children under the age of 18 will need to have a parent present, or a person who is at least 21 years of age with Power of Attorney legal responsibility for the minor, for insurance liability reasons there are NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule.
An athlete who suffers a concussion will not return to compete on the same day if he/she shows any of the following signs or symptoms. The on-site medical team will make the determination.
Loss of consciousness.
Confusion as evidenced by disorientation to person, time or place; or inability to respond appropriately to questions.
Amnesia as evidenced by a gap in memory for events occurring just prior to the injury; inability to learn and retain new information; or a gap in memory for events that occurred after the injury.
Abnormal neurological examination, such as abnormal pupillary response, persistent dizziness or vertigo, or abnormal balance on sideline testing.
New and persistent headache, particularly if accompanied by photosensitivity, nausea, vomiting or dizziness.
Any other persistent signs or symptoms of concussion.
Once removed for the duration of a practice or competition, the athlete will not be considered for return-to-ride activities until fully asymptomatic (both at rest and after exertion), has a normal neurological examination, normal neuro- psychological testing, and has been cleared to return by medical staff.
A critical element of managing concussions is candid reporting by athletes of their symptoms following an injury. Accordingly, athletes are encouraged to be candid with the medical staff, and to fully disclose any signs or symptoms that may be associated with a concussion.
Code of Conduct:
Memorial Skate Park is a drug and alcohol free zone as determined by the City Council and will be enforced at all time by local security and police.
Athletes, Team Managers, and Judges must conduct themselves in a sportsman-like manner, and are fully responsible for their actions at the venue, ancillary venues, and at official functions. They are responsible for knowledge and adherence of competition rules, and are subject to all applicable local, state, and national laws.
There is a zero-tolerance policy toward obscene language, obscene gestures and violence during the competition, or in the event area. Depending on the nature of the violation, the offender could be warned, removed from the event, or subject to arrest.
Sk8-Strong and Sports Corp Colorado Springs reserves the right to define and rule on all relevant topics not contained within the Code of Conduct, such as riding bikes or skateboards in or around the arena/building that the event is held, riding a motorcycle out of designated area, alcoholic beverages, etc.
Application and Enforcement of Rules:
Failure to meet any of the requirements outlined in the Code of Conduct may result in disciplinary action against an Athlete, Team Manager or Judge by the Competition Director. The disciplinary action taken can include, but is not limited to: disqualification from competition, or the withholding of prize money, fines, and suspension from future Sk8-Strong events.
An athlete may not protest a score or ranking. Items that may be subject to protest include a timing malfunction, obstacle/person on the ramp/course, etc.
Any athlete who wishes to protest their run must file a formal request with the Head Judge, or the Competition Director immediately after the conclusion of the round being contested. In such an event the competition will be temporarily halted, the Competition Jury will assemble and resolve the issue in question. The protest will be resolved before the start of the next round, or if in the Final round, will be resolved before final scores are announced. The decision of the Competition Jury is final.
Marketing and Promotion Guidelines:
Athletes, Judges, and Staff shall not use, or authorize the use of, any photographs, sounds, films, videos, awards, or other images from any the Rocky Mountain AM Jam supported event for advertising or promotional purposes without the express written consent of the Sk8-Strong.
Advertising on Equipment and Apparel:
Sponsorship restrictions include items that are distasteful or embarrassing to the event hosts, or any of its athletes and sponsors. No profane or obscene language or symbols.