Squallville PokéRinger

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The setting for the competition

The Squallville PokéRinger (Japanese: ウインドポケリンガ Wind PokéRinger) is an anime-exclusive PokéRinger competition held annually in Squallville, Sinnoh. It was featured in Pursuing a Lofty Goal!.


Contrasting the Crossgate PokéRinger tournament held in Hoenn, the Trainers participating in the Squallville PokéRinger tournament are not grouped into blocks of four teams. Instead, the entire competition consists of one-on-one matches where contestants and their Pokémon must attempt to retrieve a ring and deliver it to one of three goal hooks on the goalpost located at the center of the battlefield. During a match, Pokémon may use their moves to prevent their opponents from completing this task.

Trainers give commands to their Pokémon from Poké Ball-shaped hot air balloons. The competition is a single-elimination tournament, thus contestants who lose a match are eliminated from the competition directly after their loss, while those who succeed move on to compete with a smaller pool of contestants. The overall winner receives a certificate from the mayor of Squallville granting honorary citizenship of the town, as well as a large supply of Pokémon food.

Ash and Paul participated with their Staravia and Honchkrow, respectively. James also entered with Jessie's Yanmega, but he lost in the very first round. Ash and Paul both made it to the final round, and during the match, Ash's Staravia evolved into Staraptor and won the tournament, marking Ash's first victory against Paul.

Similarly to the Pokémon Dress-Up Contest, the event is covered by the Sinnoh Now crew, with Rhonda serving as the announcer.

Known competitors

Ash after winning
Trainer Pokémon Place
Ash StaraviaStaraptor Staravia → Staraptor Winner
Paul Honchkrow Honchkrow Runner-up
Steveland Skiploom Skiploom Top 4
"Jamus" Yanmega Yanmega Round 1
Provo Dragonite Dragonite Round 1
Taylor Skarmory Skarmory Round 1

Pokémon used in tournament

Ash Ketchum

Ash Staraptor.png
Staravia → Staraptor


Paul Honchkrow.png


Jessie Yanmega.png


Steveland Skiploom.png


Provo Dragonite.png


Taylor Skarmory.png

Other Pokémon entered

Squallville PokéRinger Noctowl Fearow.png
Squallville PokéRinger Noctowl Fearow.png
Squallville PokéRinger Swellow.png
Squallville PokéRinger Wingull.png
Squallville PokéRinger Swablu.png

Trainers in PokéRinger competitions
Crossgate VoltMayShaneJamesAsh
Squallville TaylorProvoJamesStevelandPaulAsh

Anime-exclusive Pokémon competitions
Multiregional Grand FestivalPokémon Baccer World CupPokémon League ConferencePokéRingerWallace Cup
Kanto Beach Beauty and Pokémon Costume ContestBig P Pokémon RaceIndigo Plateau Conference
Kanto Grand FestivalP1 Grand PrixPokémon OrienteeringQueen of the Princess Festival
Johto Extreme Pokémon RaceFire and Rescue Grand PrixGrass TournamentMareep Festival
Pokémon Balloon RacePokémon Beauty ContestSeaking Catching CompetitionSilver Conference
Sumo ConferenceSunflora FestivalTour de Alto MareWhirl Cup
Hoenn Battle Frontier Flute CupCrossgate PokéRingerEver Grande ConferenceHoenn Grand Festival
Sinnoh Croagunk FestivalFestival Battle ChallengeHearthome City Tag Battle CompetitionHearthome Collection
Lily of the Valley ConferencePokémon Dress-Up ContestPokémon Drift Ice RacePokémon Ping Pong Tournament
Pokémon Summer AcademyPokémon TriathlonSinnoh Grand FestivalSinnoh Pokémon HustleSquallville PokéRinger
Unova Club BattleClubsplosionPokémon Performance CompetitionPokémon World Tournament Junior Cup
Pokéstar Studios Film CompetitionSubway Bosses's Stamp RallyVertress ConferenceWishing Bell Festival
Decolore Marine Cup TournamentPokémon Sumo TournamentScalchop King Competition
Kalos Lumiose ConferencePoké Puff ContestPokémon ShowcasePokémon Sky RelayPokémon Summer Camp
Alola Alola Bread FestivalCharjabug raceManalo Conference‎‎Pokémon Pancake RacePokémon Ping-Pong
Pokémon Sled Jump GamesVikavolt race
Unknown Pokémon Catch Race

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