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Saturday, March 10, 2012


Knox Craddle Skate Comp results

Knox Craddle Skate Comp

On the morning of August 6th 1945, the first Atomic Bomb used in anger exploded above the Japanese city of Hiroshima-the most destructive weapon ever produced, ” Little Boy”.

100,000 people killed, 100,000 people injured, no faces, no eyes- like living dead voices crying, the quiet death shadows remained etched in wood and stone. 2000 die each day. No one knew what happened that day.
Seventy years after the bomb, nobody wants to know the truth, except for a couple of skaters...

A contest set up today in Melbourne, Australia by Atom Bomb Babby and Victoria Skateboardingwas trying to not forget and raise money for awareness and to help the survivors of the flood victims of the 2011 tusnami that destroyed a big part of Japan...
Photo Bowl Riders

The Knox Craddle Skate Comp was being held to help raise money for the Flood victims of Japan, all money raised will be going to the japanese red Cross. The festivities included:

• Skate competition in the cradle bowl (age divisions below)
• Silent auction (skate memorabilia, clothes, and hardware)
• Live music (The Bombardiers and Push to Twist)
• Custom Car’s on Show and food stall

Photo Kellie Jayne

Photo Kellie Jayne

Photo Kellie Jayne

Photo Kellie Jayne

Photo Kellie Jayne

Photos copyright by Kellie Jayne used by permission only. Thanks Kellie!!

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posted by Xavier Lannes @ Saturday, March 10, 2012 




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