On the Radio in the Day – Stage at Night!

Catch me on the radio on a special day and special time as I will be the guest-host and DJ of The Come Up Show tomorrow.

I will be spinning some brand new hip-hop, mixed with some classics. Tanya Morgan will also be calling in to talk about their new album and extensive history in hip-hop. You won’t want to miss this live and in-depth interview.

Make sure you tune in live from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. om 94.9 CHRW.

WHEN: Saturday August 5, 2017
WHERE: 94.9 on your FM dial and streaming at https://chrwradio.ca/stream/
SHOW: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

After the radio show, you can come see me live at Hip-Hop Anonymous.

Dre Specs is going to be blessing the stage with some great beats and rhymes.

ADD will be doing a beat showcase (and probably sparking a cypher)

Spoken word artist Kareem Ig will also be performing.

And maybe even a few other acts.

These nights are always a lot of fun. Shout out to Danny Gable of DWG for always throwing a great show. Looking forward to this one!

WHEN: Saturday August 5, 2017
WHERE: Old East Bar and Grill – 765 Dundas Street, London, ON.
EVENT PAGE:  https://www.facebook.com/events/153638818523518/
SHOW: 10:00 p.m.
TICKETS: free

The Second Super-Hero Civil War

Civil War II

In the first super-hero civil war, Iron-Man and Captain America couldn’t see eye to eye. The stakes were high and there was no way around it. A clear line was drawn and it left people on opposing sides with no other choice but to fight.

Tony Stark, aka  Iron Man, was hoping that nothing would divide the super-hero community like that again. But a new inhuman with the power to see the future now upsets the balance. Captain Marvel wants to use him to prevent disasters from happening. Stark sees it as profiling and believes it is a wrong. Plus, can the visions even be trusted.

This was a good read that had tie-ins to almost all of the current Marvel titles. The new Spider-Man has a pivot role in this conflict as well. Also, Ms Marvel (one of my new-favourite heroes) and Old-Man Logan make appearances.

My List of 2017 Reads – an on-going and continually updated reading log

Chasing Content – A Lazy Summer Month

It’s time for another edition of Chasing Content, that monthly feature that has us looking back at what was happening here last year at this time.

Click through to read all of the posts from last August . . .

or take in these highlights.

Please don’t let great posts get buried in the archive. Leave a comment or share any of the posts that speak to you. I really appreciate it. Thanks.

Sons of Boombap Mixtape

I am proud to be part of this worldwide hip-hop collective. We have some amazing artists that come together to create and share great music. I enjoyed putting together this mixtape along with two other deejays. Click through to stream or download it for free.

Laurier Creek Trail

This is part of a trail that runs through Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It is a fully accessible trail but does opens up to some grassy and dirt areas.

Thanks for Chasing Content with me!

See you at the start of September for the next installment of Chasing Content.

WIB Rap Radio – Celebrating Canada 150 (Part 3)

Canada is celebrating a sesquicentennial this year and to celebrate we have been on a quest to play 150 Canadian hip-hop songs to celebrate the occasion.

So far, we have have spun 4 hours of music and played 64 songs. By the end of today’s broadcast we will have 95 tracks played and be that much closer to our goal.

The final installment will be published next week with over three hours of great homegrown hip-hop.

Kay the Aquanaught ft Ceshi – Must Say
LMNO And Twiz the Beatpro ft Ras Kass – Amen
J-bru – I Seen the Reaper Walk By
Maestro – Stick to Your Vision
Hip Club Groove – Bay Oh Fun Day
U-Bad – Somebody’s Watching
Solitaire – Easy to Slip
Timbuktu, Savillion, Moka Only, Ghettosocks – Acid Baths
Kish – Crates to Concrete
Sweatshop Union – Radio Edit
Def 3 ft Moka Only – Speed Demon
Nilla – Sharper Blade
Dragon Fli Empire ft Sadat X – The Daily News
D-sisive ft King Reign – Ray Charles
Teekay – Out of Range
Home Grown Monsters – Day in the Life
Incise – So Beautiful
Split Personality – Da Boom
Filthy Tarantino ft Edo.G – Rock It
Son Doobie prod Rob the Viking – Reinstated
Organized Rhyme – Bring the Horns
The Nicest – The Silence
Skulastic – Rap Scholar
Rascalz – Soul Obligation
Oshaun – Park Bench
J Shiltz – Love Like This
OK Cobra – I Quit
Saukrates ft OC and Masta Ace – Rollin’
Empire – Boom N Pound
The Demon ft Viktor Shade – Believe in the Lie
Plains of Fascination – Mindmeld

Tune in next week as we conclude our quest to play 150 Canadian hip-hop tracks celebrating Canada’s Sesquicentennial.

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Skateboard Competitions in Ontario (July and August)

WHAT: Ode to the Aud Skateboard Competition
WHERE: Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Skatepark
WHEN: Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
FORMAT: Best Tricks
ENTRANCE FEE: Free

SPONSOR: EMERICA

WHAT:  Cambellford Skateboard Competition
WHERE:  Campbellford Ontario Skatepark on Saskatoon drive
WHEN: August 12th 11am sign ups start at 12pm
ENTRANCE FEE:  $5. $ goes towards best tricks
FORMAT: Contest timed run & best trick
EMAIL: y_calver@hotmail.com
SOCIAL MEDIA: @66thieves

WHAT: Alexandria Sk8fest
WHERE: 170 MacDonald Blvd. Alexandria, ON
WHEN:  Aug 12, 2017
FORMAT: Games of S-K-A-T-E, Gap Transfer Competition, Long, Ollie
ENTRANCE FEES: Vary by event
ADMISSION: $15 for the day (includes concerts)
WEBSITE: http://sk8fest.com/
EMAIL: info@sk8fest.com

WHAT: Thunder Bay Skateboard Competition
WHEN: August 27, 2017

MORE INFO: to come

SKATE COMPS

If you have a skateboard competition, please send me the info and poster and I will share it here.

Go skate, compete, watch, and have fun!

Getting In-Depth with Nolan the Ninja

I got the chance to talk with Nolan the Ninja  on the radio show Monday night. We  talked about the forthcoming album “YEN”, the n-word, the writing process, the Detroit hip-hop scene. and of course, played some great music.

I started off the episode with a tribute mix featuring tracks by Redman and Method Man to help everyone get ready for their concert Saturday night in London, Ontario, Canada.

There are some great local opening acts on the bill too including Dreamsters Union (featuring Mad Hattr, Ngajuana, and more), Del Reze, and Branded Moore and Exit Only ft DJ Hullewud. It’s sure to be a great show.

Redman – Let’s Get Dirty (Rob the Viking beat)
Redman and Method Man – How High II (Souls of Mischief beat)
Redman and Method Man – How High (Ambition and Uncle Fester beat)
Redman and Method Man – Tear Da Roof Off
Redman and Method Man ft Saukrates – A-yo
Redman ft K-Solo – It’s Like That
Redman and Method Man – Da Rockwilder
Wu-Tang Clan – Method Man
Redman and Method Man – Four Minutes to Lock Down
Redman – Blow Ya Mind
Nolan the Ninja – Exodus
Journalist 103 ft Nolan the Ninja and Willie The Kid – SAM (Starving Artist Music)
Nolan the Ninja – Calisthenics
Saukrates ft Marvel, Kardinal Offishall, and Choclair – Hate Runs Deep 2017
Branded Moore – 123
DJ Scrap Dirty ft Rapper Big Pooh – Time Travelling
Rowlan -Born Huslter
Defective Specimen – Mixtape Mistakes 1
Mad Hattr – Don’t Fence Me In
Torae – And Ya Don’t Stop
Windchill -Positive Love
LMNO and DJ Babu – Make a Difference
Alpha Faktion -The Shining
Cymmarshal Law – Should Of Neva Left
Ice Cube – Man’s Best Friend

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Fisher-Hallman Skatepark (Kitchener, ON)

skate-code

There’s a new skatepark in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, and it is nice. Let’s explore it, shall we?

bowl

It has a large bowl that’s a little difficult to skate, but a lot of fun.

china-gap

There’s a china gap for those who like to get some air,

fischer-hallman-skatepark

a spine with a railing to grind,

quarter-pipe-and-lanuch-ramp

a quarter pipe with a rolling launch ramp,

quarter-pipe-transfer

a quarter-pipe transfer,

rail

plenty of places to grind,

stairs

a set of stairs to jump,

skateboard-bench

and some really cool skateboard-shaped benches to take a rest.

street-course

There is even a street course section in this plaza-styled course.

fischer-skatepark

This one is well worth the drive if you like to travel to different skate spots.

Want to see more?

Virtual Skatepark Tours – over two dozen tours just like this one for you to explore.;

Hip-Hop Anonymous – American Takeover Concert

DWG Entertainment presents Hip-Hop Anonymous: American Takeover Edition

Hip-Hop Anonymous is a monthly event that shines a spotlight on local talent. This time around, we have some American headliners including Brooklyn emcee Dan Dillinger, Bay area artist One Werd, and New York’s G Premacy.

Local legend Thesis Sahib will be performing his unique show that has him playing all sorts of homemade circuit bent instruments

London area acts Mad Hattr, Kiv, Labeled Minority, Traffimatics, and Lil Neeks will also be blessing the stage.

And we say goodbye to Sankdafied in his last London show. His job is taking him out west and we might not see him performing here for a while. So. come on out and wish his all the best in his move and new endeavor.

I will be holding it down on the 1s and 2s all night long as I am the resident DJ of HIp-Hop Anonymous now.

This is going to be a great show. I hope to see you there!

WHEN: July 21st, 2017
WHERE: Old East Bar and Grill – 765 Dundas Street, London, ON.
EVENT PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/events/1437599362999712/
SHOW: 9:00 p.m.
TICKETS: $10 at the door

WIB Rap Radio – Continuing to Celebrate Canada 150

DJ Hullewud joins me in my quest to play 150 Canadian hip-hop songs to celebrate Canada 150. He spins for the first hour and then I close out the show with some classic homegrown joints.

This is Part 2 of Word is Bond’s Canada 150 Special. 

The Leathers – Too Bad
Exit Only – Xtraordinary
Rascalz – Funky Migraine
Dream Warriors – Day in to Day Out
Infinite – Wise Guys
Jorun Bombay – The God Complex
Monark – Bootlegga
Cipher – Dues
Saukrates – Hate Runs Deep
Truth by Design – Let My Tape Rock
Abstract Artform – James A. Richardson
Shades of Culture – Mindstate
Hip Club Groove – No Biz
First Words – Won’t Stop Rocking
Maestro Fresh Wes – Certs Wid Out Da Retsyn
Wordburglar – Cream of Wheat
More or Les and Fresh Kils – Pop N Chips
HDV – Pimp of the Microphone
Governor Bolts – I’m Back
Skratch Bastid – I Ain’t Lazy
Wrabeanz – Canadian Dreaming
Empire – Co-Sign
Nilla – Just For You
Jeff Spec – I Put a Spell On You
Cee & Po3 – What Do You Believe In
Sharky – Bombs in Your Backpack
Ngajuana – Falling Down
Da Grassroots – Spears of Ice
Choclair – Twenty One Years
Kardinal Offishall – On Wid Da Show
SepTo – C.R.E.A.M. 2014
Animal Nation – I Owe I Owe, So Off to Work I Go
Dan-e-o ft Kish and Maestro – Vapors
Fresh Kils – Harder Than a Brick

64 tracks down, 86 more to go.

Tune in next week as we continue out quest to play 150 Canadian hip-hop tracks to celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial.

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and stay tuned next week for Part 3.

Thanks for listening!

Skateboard Competition Next Week (Brantford, ON)

Bell City Summer Jam ’17 (Skateboard Competition)

WHAT: Bell City Summer Jam ’17
WHERE: Brant Crossing Skatepark. Branford. ON.
WHEN: July 22nd, 2017
ENTRANCE FEE: $10
CONTACT: The Collective Skateshop.  62 Brant Ave. Brantford, ON.
PHONE: (519) 758-9656
EMAIL: Contact Page
SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook

If you have a skateboard competition, please send me the info and poster and I will share it here.

Go skate, compete, watch, and have fun!

Chase March on the Gripple Effect Mixshow

I am the guest DJ for the latest edition of The Gripple Effect Mixshow.

It’s an open-format show that highlights the art and skill of various deejays. Hosted by DJ Gripski, the show has absolutely no limits. A DJ is free to craft a mix of any length that covers any genre.

I wanted to have fun with this mix and play things I wouldn’t normally get the chance to play on my underground hip-hop show, Word is Bond Rap Radio. So there is some funk, some pop, some hip-hop, and a few instrumental tracks. I’m quite proud of how it turned out.

When I recorded this mixset, I played a song called Freedom and felt like I should mix it into another track by the same title. At the time, I didn’t realize that my guest stint for the show would be featured for episode 55. It made me think of the old commercials I used to hear for Freedom 55. I haven’t seen or heard a commercial from them in a while, and this is by no means a recommendation of their services. I just thought it was a nice plan on words and the theme of my mix.

Please visit DJ Gripski’s website and subscribe to his podcast. It celebrates the art of deejaying and features great mixsets every single month.

Download or stream DJ Chase March – Freedom 55 from the Gripple Effect Mixshow page.

Need a Scratch Hook? DJ Sale on Now!

Rap albums always sound better with some DJ skills showcased. Whether you have a chorus that has vocal samples scratched in or something just to highlight a lyric or two, having a real DJ on your song elevates it significantly.

Now is the perfect time to add some turntablism to your song as I am holding a two-week sale.

If you have a specific idea of what you would like to hear, like a particular lyric from your favourite MC, just let me know and I will make your vision come to life on the record. If you aren’t sure of what you would like, I can create something based on the beat and lyrics you already have.

Send me your track via email and I will get to work on it right away.

Here is a song I did with Traffimatics and Mad Hattr so you can see what I do.

Here is another song I worked on with Lyrical Mind called “No Holding Back.”

If you would like to have your album tracks mixed or create a mixtape, I can do that as well. A hip-hop album always sounds better with a DJ.

Let’s work!

Please email me – chase (at) chasemarch (dot) com

This Spider-Man Series is Miles Above Other Titles

Spider-Man: Volume 1 – Miles Morales 

Miles Morales is a great character and it’s nice to see that he now has an on-going series in the MCU (Marvel Comics Universe). It’s not simply a stand-alone title. This new Spider-Man is a member of the Avengers and has a pivotal role in the crossover event, Civil War II.

If you are new to Miles Morales, you might want to check out Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man for his introduction story arc and the second series that followed it. They were brilliant titles that lead into what happens in this arc.

Spider-Man: Volume 2 – Miles Morales 

Miles Morales struggles to be the good student that he used to be while being the superhero he has to be. His parents start to worry about him when they see his report card. They call in his grandmother to help set him straight and she goes as far as hiring a private investigator to figure out why his grades are slipping. She’s convinced that he is on drugs.

In one battle, Spider-Man’s costume gets ripped and a video blogger notices that the hero has brown skin. Miles can’t even figure out why that would be news. He just wants to be Spider-Man, not the black Spider-Man.

I’ve really enjoyed every Miles Morales Spider-Man story that I’ve ever read. I really wished that the new film coming out this week had used him instead of Peter Parker. That would have been brilliant.

My List of 2017 Reads – my annual reading log

Old Man Logan (Superheroes Can’t Retire)

Wolverine: Old Man Logan

Old Man Logan is a new on-going series that focuses on our favourite hero in an apocalyptic future where super-heroes are conspicuously absent and super-villains rule. I read the first volume of this series last year. At the time, I didn’t realize that this story got its start in the regular Wolverine title years earlier.

This trade paperback collects Wolverine: Volume 3, Issues 66-72 plus a giant sized conclusion. And it makes sense to read this one first.

The title sums up where the character actually is in life. He is an old man with a family and has no interest in being a hero anymore. In fact, he hasn’t even popped his claws in years. So when his old Avenger friend shows up, asking for help, he is very reluctant.

Nevertheless, he accompanies Hawkeye on a cross country trip that is sure to be dangerous. He continually tells Hawkeye that he is not a hero anymore and that we won’t fight. Of course, Hawkeye thought this was just lip service and if the situation called for it, the beast would emerge. He had no idea how steadfast Logan could be.

This was a really good read and I think it was even better than the Death of Wolverine series.

My List of 2017 Reads – my annual reading log

Highlights from Last July

Chasing Content (3)It’s time to go exploring!

Let’s dig through the archives and blow the dust off some posts you might have missed.

Here are a few highlights from last year at this time.

Read all of the posts from last July,

or just these favs . . .

Old School Skateboarding with Rodney Mullen

Rodney Mullen is a pioneer when it comes to skateboarding tricks. His flatland style is breathtaking and this new video shows that he is still the master of old school tricks and routines.

DJs Run It and Run With It

This book about DJs who use laptops and other electronic equipment specifically in the EDM (electronic dance music) genre. It does have some things to say about hip-hop music and culture and is a good read for anyone who loves the art of deejaying.

Guest-hosting The Come Up Show

I had the chance to guest-host and DJ for The Come Up Show last year. As a late-night radio disc jockey, it was nice to spin some great hip-hop in the day time over the airwaves. If you missed it, you can click through and listen to the podcast.

Thanks for Chasing Content with me!

Please click on the above links to read some of the best of Silent Cacophony from last year at this time. Don’t let great content get buried in the archive. Thanks!

150 Canadian Hip-Hop Tracks Celebrating Canada 150!

I wanted to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial with a special edition of Word is Bond Rap Radio. My goal was to play 150 Canadian hip-hop tracks to help celebrate Canada 150!

Last week, we started the quest and managed to play 30 tracks. Needless to say, this might take a a few more episodes to complete. But we will do it. There are so many great Canadian rap tracks. I look forward to highlighting some of the great ones in my collection.

If you have any requests, please leave a comment below, get at me on Facebook or Twitter, or call in to the station when we are live.

We started this show off with a Mobb Deep song to pay tribute to Prodigy. We lost him way too soon. I did a tribute mixset for him on the weekend when I was the guest DJ for Break North Radio.

It only felt right to have a guest DJ kick off this special. DJ Mark the Mechanic blessed the show with some Canadian hip-hop classics and even spun a few that I had completely forgotten about.

Then, up-and-coming Vaughan emcee, Trist4n, strolled through to talk about his new single and forthcoming album.

Finally, I closed off the night by jumping on the 1s and 2s to bring some more Canadian hip-hop jams.

This show features these tunes . . .

Maestro Fresh Wes – Let Your Backbone Slide
Ground Control – Another Dope Jam
Main Source – Faking the Funk
MCJ and Cool G – No Sex With My Sister
Buck 65 – Wicked & Weird
K-os – Man I Used to Be
Rascalz, Checkmate, Kardinal, Choclair, and Thrust – Northern Touch
Choclair – Let’s Ride
Michie Mee and LA Luv – Elements of Style
Ghetto Concept – EZ on the Motion
Shad – Rose Garden
Swollen Members – Night Vision
Trist4n – Middle Class Kid
Labeled Minorities – Kingdom Come
Dream Warriors – My Definition
Dan-e-o – Dear Hip-Hop
Rascalz – Dreaded Fist
Saukrates – Money or Love
Maestro Fresh Wes – Drop the Needle
Kish – I Rhyme the World in 80 Days
Organized Rhyme – Check the O.R.
Kardinal Offishall – Bacardi Slang
Baba Brinkman – Keep it Positive
Fraction – Find Our Way
Word Burglar – So It Flows
Moore & Exit Only – Slackers
Classified ft Royce the 5’9″– Unexplained Hunger
Fresh Kils – Harder Than a Brick
Kool Krys – Let Me Play
Hip Club Groove – Trip to Reality

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Stay Tuned for the next installment on Monday. 30 down. 120 more to go. We’re working our way up to 150 Canadian hip-hop tracks with no repeats.

And if you are looking for something to do tonight, go see Mark the Mechanic holding it down on the 1s and 2s for a special Canada Day Hip-Hop Show.

 

DJing Twice This Weekend

Sesquifest – Canada Day in London, ON

London is already celebrating Canada’s 150 birthday with 5 days of special events and concerts. I am proud to be blessing the stage with KIV on Saturday. We will be performing some great rap songs live. Kiv is on the mic, and I’m on the turntables. Don’t miss it. We’re on at 5:00 p.m. at the Covent Garden Market Square stage.

Bring your ice skates. That’s right, ice skates. There will be a rink for you to skate on, and tons of free great activities to see. It’s fun for the whole family too. I hope to see you there.

WHAT: Street Party for Canada Day
WHERE: King and Talbot Street, London, On.
EVENT PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/events/850334221781061/
SHOW: 5:00 p.m (my performance)
TICKETS: Free

The Last Grin – Grinning Gator Closing Extravaganza

The Grinning Gator hosts the most incredible music line up imaginable as a FAREWELL TRIBUTE PARTY for all our amazing customers and incredible musical artists and performers that we have been so privileged to welcome at the Grinning Gator, as we close our doors for the last time on Sunday July 2nd.

The Gator has been a Live Music Venue in downtown London for the last several years, and we want to thank in advance all the musical artists and performers that have graced out stage and are returning to join us for our last farewell.

We also hope that YOU, our customers old and new, will also come in to let us thank you in person for your patronage over the years, and experience one of the most incredible music line-ups you may have ever heard in a bar venue.

We have a wonderful mixed genre music palooza with everything from rock, alternative, pop, hip hop/R&B, and even comedy performances over a 12 hour period jammed packed with 27 different performers, bands, and artists. We know having a day of incredible entertainment as we do will make THE LAST GRIN a day of grins for everyone in enjoyment of these incredible music performances.

Once again we want to THANK all of our customers, and all of the musicians and performers that have made the Grinning Gator a venue where you could always enjoy great food, good drinks, and amazing entertainment. Special thanks as well to all the wonderful and gracious performers and artists that will be a part of the LAST GRIN this Sunday, this day is about you, live music, and all the people that have supported us customers, musicians, and entertainers alike!

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

1:30arewell Address by Grinning Gator Owner Jim Ferreira
2 PM Ken The Zen Trio – 2:30 PM Peter Reed & Friend’s Comedy – 3 PM Howzat – 3:30 PM Aaron Frost – 4 PM Saveria Rosaria 4:30 PM Danny VanStrien – 5 PM Lyrica Ling – 5:30 PM Cyphier – 6 PM Shane Sawyer – 6:30 PM Bloodless Child

The hip-hop portion of the event starts at 7:00 and I will be on the 1s and 2s for it.

7 PM TempoMental – 7:15 PM Sunshyne – 7:30 PM Kleneslate – 7:45 PM Young Loaft – 8 PM Wade Cheeseman – 8:15 PM Chase March

8:30 PM Last Ch4nc3 – 9 PM Cross The Streams 9:30 PM Joel Hagen S.E.D. No. 1

and then I’ll be back on the turntable for

10 PM Taddy So Baddy – 10:15 PM Del Reze

and the night closes off with

10: 30 PM Wilsons Island – 11 PM Moore Ave Underground – 11:30 PM Nostalgic BrightLights – 12 AM The Universe – 12:30 AM Kavara – 1 PM to 2 AM Mirage

WHEN: July 2nd, 2017
WHERE: Grinning Gator – 391 Richmond St. London, ON.
EVENT PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/events/457562564577881/
SHOW: 1:30 p.m.
TICKETS: Free

Skateboard Competitions This July

London Skateboard Co-op – Canada day @ Kiwanis

WHAT: Canada Day Skateboard Competition
WHERE: Kiwanis Skatepark. 1475 Brydges Street (at Wavell) London, ON. Canada
WHEN: July 1st, 2017
CONTACT: London Skateboard Co-op
PHONE: (519) 518-9995
EMAIL: londonskateboardcoop@gmail.com
SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook

Kenora Skateboard Competition 

WHAT: Kenora Skateboard Competition
WHERE: Kenora, ON. Canada
WHEN: July 9th, 2017
CONTACT: Board Anyone
PHONE: (807) 468-3211
SOCIAL MEDIA: http://www.boardanyone.com/

WHAT: 25th Annual Beasley Sk8 Jam
WHERE: Beasley Park. 96 Mary Street. Hamilton, ON. Canada
WHEN: July 8th and 9th, 2017
SATURDAY: 13 y/o & under, Women’s division, 14-18 division, Best Trick on The Escalator, Highest Ollie out of the Bowl
SUNDAY: 30+ Masters division, 19+ division ($300 for 1st, $200 for 2nd, $100 for 3rd) – sponsored by The Local Skateshop, Best Trick Jersey barrier – sponsored by Lowcard, Best Trick Box, Best Trick Quarter, $300 Game of Skate – Sponsored by Che Burrito & Lounge
ENTRANCE FEE: $5 per day, $10 to enter the $300 Skate Contest
CONTACT: The Hamilton Skateboard Assembly
SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.facebook.com/events/1040015862800256/

If you have a skateboard competition, please send me the info and poster and I will share it here.

Go skate, compete, watch, and have fun!

It’s Time to Break the Gender-Barrier in Professional Sport

American Ninja Warrior is a grueling obstacle course competition. The athletes only get one shot at conquering the very complex course. Even the best trained and experienced athletes fail.

Women regularly compete in the games and there are no separate or easier courses designed for them. They run the same track with the same rules and expectations as the men.

Last month, Jessie Graff became the first woman to complete Stage 2.  Watch the video of her impressive record-breaking run below.

Jessie Graff proves that women can not only hold their own in professional sport but they can compete with the men and win.

I would like to see this run set a precedent for women in professional sport. There is absolutely no reason that women aren’t competing against the men in all sports. Women could be in the MLB (baseball), the NHL (hockey), the NBA (basketball), the NFL (football), and the MLS (soccer) leagues.

Break the Gender-Barrier

Let’s break the gender-barrier and allow women to compete against, and with, the men in professional sport. This needs to happen. It’s long-over due and we shouldn’t settle for anything less.

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