The finale of the 2014 Tasman Skatepark Tour lived up to all expectations with a bumper crowd along to show their support to the extreme sport athletes on show.
Reggie MacDonald once again rode uncontested in the junior skate section, and must be a front runner mid-way through the tour to collect the overall skate title.
Jake King and Liam McAlister are proving equally as dominant in the senior and open skate sections, both winning their respective heats.
Mapua officially opened the 2014 Tasman Skatepark Tour, with skate, bike and scooter enthusiasts on show much to the delight of the 200+ strong crowd in attendance.
The Tasman Skatepark Tour returns to the region this January, with six competitions scheduled and over $7,000 of prizes on offer for the annual extreme sport festival.
The Tasman's Got Talent search is complete and we have winner. Who is it?
It's time for you to decide on who you think has the most talent in Tasman. Online voting is now open, with nine finalists from across the district in the running for the coveted title of Tasman's Got Talent Champion 2013. The stakes are high, with $500 worth of Richmond Mall vouchers up for grabs for the performance act which recieves the most votes.
The third and final Tasman's Got Talent heat gave Richmond performers chance to shine, with 18 acts taking the Richmond Town Hall stage on Saturday. Solo singers, ukelele strummers, hip hop dancers and cup percussionists wowed the crowd with a series of amazing displays of raw, local, Kiwi talent.
On Saturday 26 October, the Motueka Heat of Tasman’s got Talent took place at the Memorial Hall with a total of 17 performers taking the stage with a variety of talents from singing to dancing to playing the ukulele.