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The event has been running for more than twenty years now and attracts enthusiasts from all over the country.
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An extraordinary boy from Barnsley is taking the scooting world by storm, after competing and winning against boys twice his age - but his dad says he did not inherit the talent from him.
Young Charlie Dyson only took up the sport 14 months ago and is just six years old.
ITV Calendar reporter Sarah Clark went to meet him:
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Six-year-old Charlie Dyson from Barnsley is taking the scooting world by storm.
Despite only taking up the sport 14 months ago, Charlie is competing at a national level and has won competitions against boys twice his age:
His father Andy says his son's talent certainly does not come from him, but that Charlie spends hours practicing:
To see more about Charlie and his scooting skills, tune in to ITV Calendar tonight at 6pm.
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