We are once again Rounding-Up the top pro and amateur freestyle skateboarders worldwide to compete at the 10th anniversary edition of the WORLD FREESTYLE ROUND-UP SKATEBOARDING CHAMPIONSHIPS. The four-day event will be held at the CLOVERDALE RODEO & COUNTRY FAIR, May 17 to 20, 2024, with a Prize Purse of over $14,000. Over 70,000 people attended the annual Rodeo and Fair in 2023, making this an ideal high-profile location for a world-class contest.

The World Freestyle Round-Up normally takes place inside the Cloverdale Curling Rink, located on the Cloverdale Fair Grounds. For 2024, the event is temporarily taking up residence in the Alice McKay building just south of the curling rink. We transform the venue into an arena setting by hanging drapery, setting up bleachers, skateboard displays, competitors’ national flags and a skate shop. The floor is a smooth polished concrete surface ideal for flatland freestyle. The competition is divided into Semi-Finals and Finals, with several heats each day (approximately 20 minutes each). With a DJ spinning tunes and an announcer keeping the crowd and skaters pumped.

This year’s contest is hosted by the Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair and presented by the Province of British Columbia. Financial and In-Kind Support also comes from these fine sponsors.

Contest producers Kevin Harris and Monty Little had one goal in mind back in 2012: To create the world’s most exciting freestyle skateboard contest, making it an annual event at the Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair. “What the X-Games did for Vert and Slam City Jam did for Street, we hope the World Freestyle Round-Up will do for Freestyle, leaving the contestants and the audience wanting more and eagerly anticipating coming to next year’s event.” We invite you to watch this exciting contest trailer highlighting the previous World Round-Ups produced by filmmaker Darryl Grogan who won the 2012 World Round-Up. Then check out the 2024 World Round-Up Schedule of Events and plan your visit to the Country Fair.

Top freestyle skateboarders from 9 countries, pictured above, came to the Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair in 2019 to show off their 360 spins and other tricks and compete for $10,000 in prize money. How did the contestants do? Have a look at the 2019 World Round-Up Results and see for yourself.


2019 Pro Division Champion – Isamu Yamamoto ( Japan )

2019 Amateur Division Champion – Cristobal Bahamonde ( Chile )