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Uninats 2017 - South West Sydney NSW - 30th Sep - 3rd October

Uninats 2017 is being hosted by South West Sydney Unicycle Club

Confirmed dates are Saturday 30th September to Tuesday 3rd October 2017

For more details as they are announced, follow the club's Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/Uninats-2017-302845216815179/

Uninats 2016 Records

The following new Australian records were set at Uninats 2016

Holder Event Category Record

Uninats 2016 Records

Rochelle Braaf 800m Master Female 03:53.91
Heather Robinson 10 km, open wheel Masters Female 39:55
Brian Machon 10m Slow forward Master Male 00:11.57
Brian Machon 10m Slow backward Masters Male 00:09.15
Ina Queiss Gliding Open Female 8.84m
Andrew Flanagan High Jump Master Male 0.40m
Ina Queiss Coasting Open Female 5.31m
Ashley Curtis 1600m Unlimited Open Male 03:48.00
Simon Birch 1600m Unlimited Master Male 04:37.96

Australian records can be held by citizens or permanent residents. Contact us if you need to claim a record position!

The full list of record holders is here.

Live Results

Below are interim results for events as they become available. Not every event will be reported during Uninats and all results are subject to checking. Final results will be posted (sometime) after Uninats is over.

Uninats 2016 Timetable

Uninats 2016 is now over, but the official program of venues and events is still available!

The PDF is attached to this page below. You can download this version for viewing online or regular printing.


Below is an outline timetable of venues and events for Uninats 2016 - details are in the full program above.

Thursday 29th September
     
Location Time  Activity

Alex Skate Park

148 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland QLD 4572

5.00pm

Registration

Social Ride

     
Friday 30th September
Location Time Activity

Tewantin National Park

186 Cooroy-Noosa Rd, Tewantin QLD 4565

8am - 1pm

Registration
Muni
Downhill

University of Sunshine Coast (USC)

90 Sippy Downs Dr
Sippy Downs QLD 4556

Uninats 2016 FAQ

Here are answers to some common Uninats questions:

  • Will there be anything for me to do as a beginner/new rider if I come to Uninats?

Although Uninats is called a competition, it is intended to also be a festival and celebration of unicycling. Any rider, of any age or ability, is welcome to take part. There will be plenty of non-competitive activities, such as workshops and games, and there are separate age and gender categories for riders in the competitive events. You are guaranteed to learn a lot and be inspired!

  • Do I have to register in advance or can I register when I get there?

It's much cheaper if you register in advance on the AUS website, but if you can't manage that, you can still register when you get to the event.

  • Do I have to be an AUS member? How do I join?

Yes, you must be a current AUS member to take part in Uninats, This ensures you are covered by our public liability insurance, but membership is included in your Uninats registration fee.

If you have not already completed an AUS membership form in the past, you  You can join by filling out the form on this website (under membership) and posting it in or simply bringing it with you to Uninats. We will also have copies of the form available at the registration desk.

Uninats 2015 Results

Overall Champions 2015

Junior Male: Ryan Johnstone
Open Male: Ashley Curtis & Joseph Baronio
Open Female: Amanda Fontaine
Masters Male: Simon Birch
Masters Female: Kim Monty

Unicycle Nationals Darwin Timetable

This is an outline of the current event timetable, it will be updated from time to time.
UniNats 2015 Darwin

Come and watch all the action around Darwin this weekend. Extreme skills on unicycles..from spins, flips, grinds, street/dance moves, balancing, high jumps and high drops to cross country and downhill muni to hockey and basketball. Spectators are most welcome. 
All events are FREE to attend. 
Come and support the local Darwin crew!
If you need any further details contact us through our Facebook Page

Google map showing all event locations

A full printed program will be available at registration.

55 Stories - Circus Unicycling doesn't have to be all clowns and juggling

Ruben Ingwersen's performance for the 2013 Flying Fruit Fly Circus Gradshow demonstrates that circus unicycling does not require juggling and a clown costume.

Ruben's act is a great display of urban unicycling merging flatland, trials and freestyle tricks in his performance.

Uninats 2015

UPDATE: Uninats 2015 advanced registrations are now closed but you can still register on arrival in Darwin - see the registration page for details.

This year’s Uninats will be held in Darwin from July 9th-July 13th

Timetable: Uninats 2015 Darwin Timetable

Facebook Link: http://tinyurl.com/Uninats2015Darwin

The event will begin with a social gathering on the Thursday evening and competition events beginning Friday.

Remember, APUC 2015 is being held in Singapore, timed to immediately follow Uninats 2015 so you can plan to attend both if you wish! https://www.facebook.com/apuc2015

Program

The final program of events is now available. Printed copies (black and white) will be available at the registration desk, or you can download and print your own colour copy at home from the attachment below.

Uninats 2014 FAQ

Here are answers to some common Uninats questions:

  • Will there be anything for me to do as a beginner/new rider if I come to Uninats?

Although Uninats is called a competition, it is intended to also be a festival and celebration of unicycling. Any rider, of any age or ability, is welcome to take part. There will be plenty of non-competitive activities, such as workshops and games, and there are separate age and gender categories for riders in the competitive events. You are guaranteed to learn a lot and be inspired!

  • Do I have to register in advance or can I register when I get there?

It's much cheaper if you register in advance on the AUS website, but if you can't manage that, you can still register when you get to the event.

  • Do I have to be an AUS member? How do I join?

Yes, you must be a current AUS member to take part in Uninats. This ensures you are covered by our public liability insurance. You can join by filling out the form on this website (under membership) and posting it in or bringing it with you to Uninats, or you can fill out the form and join when you get to Uninats. AUS membership fees are separate from and in addition to Uninats entrance fee.

  • Can I just come and watch? Do I have to pay if I just want to go in a few events?

Anyone can come and be a spectator or non-rider at Uninats. If you want to ride a unicycle at any time, you must register, pay, and be a current AUS member. You could pay for just one day if you are unsure if you want to take part (although this will be more expensive).

Uninats 2014 Update

Flatland will be held at Manly promenade on Friday evening with a 6pm start. This should give the riders a high amount of exposure to the public of Manly.

An athletics track at Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation has been confirmed for Monday 8am-12pm. Events here will be announced shortly.

 

 

More updates will be posted on the facebook page linked below
https://www.facebook.com/uninats2014

Uninats 2014 - Sydney Northern Beaches - October 3rd-6th 2014

AUS Uninats 2014 is definitely on from October 3rd-6th 2014.

This news has been circulated but has scrolled off the front page already, so this is just a reminder in case you were wondering or need to confirm.

Venues are still being finalised, but the action will centre around the Sydney Northern Beaches as the event is being hosted by Northern Beaches Unicycle Club and organised by Charlie and his team.

Put the date in your diary - registrations will open once the venues (and therefore costs) are finalised.

This is Labour Day Holiday Long Weekend in some states, and usually also the finals of some football thing or other - you'll get over it...

 

AUHL3 - Northern Beaches

While some people were breaking out the cake to celebrate the Queens birthday, a horde of unicyclists were meeting to celebrate the sport of Unicycle Hockey.

This competition saw the addition of a new team to the competition in the NBUC Pirates as well as a scratch team, the Newtown Sloths. With well over 50 riders AUHL3 was the biggest tournament held so far.

Nine teams took part in the tournament which involved two pools and finals.

SWS Wombats were undefeated to finish top of pool A with NBUC Stingrays replicating this feat in pool B. The final saw SWS Wombats defeat the NBUC Stingrays 7-9 in an action packed game with many skilled goals.

The SWS Vikings who were the previous tournament champions took third place.

1st - SWS Wombats
2nd - NBUC Stingrays
3rd - SWS Vikings

First half of the final in which Stingrays led 5-4. Wombats came home strong to win 7-9

Australian Unicycle Hockey League Canberra Tournament

Second tournament of the year completed. 

Canberra hosted their first tournament for the newly formed Australian Unicycle Hockey League (AUHL) over the weekend.

Teams that took part in the competition were the Canberra Bushrangers, SWS Wombats, NBUC Stingrays, NBUC Riptides, North Canberra Roos, Newtown Zombies, and SWS Vikings.

Though only the second tournament of the year, it was clear from first bully off that all teams had improved since the competition a month before.

The previous tournament winners, South-West Sydney Wombats, found themselves with many tough games as teams aimed up in an attempt to shut down their players. They played well to grind out enough wins to take second place.

The Stingrays from the Northern Beaches managed to pull their team together after seventh spot in the previous tournament. Focusing their aggression on winning games instead of fighting with each other on court, they managed to keep it together to take third place.

The clear stars of the tournament were the South-West Sydney Vikings who despite fielding a four man side pillaged their way to tournament champions. Through skilled passing and excellent court coverage they shut out enough opposing teams to take the top spot.

It was great to see that many teams outside of the top three managed draws with teams on the podium. This showed that the level of unicycle hockey in Australia is improving rapidly with many teams dedicating more time to team practice and skills sessions. This recent improvement in Australian hockey is most likely due to the newly formed AUHL.