LOGAN MARTIN against DANIEL DHERS, the song is known. 10 years separate them but it’s only 2 points on this semi final. BRUCE, COLEBORN, LOUPOS, WALKER, ANDREEV, SANDOVAL ; the other riders assured. KEVIN PERAZA managed his run and slipped into the final for the delight of the builders of the park who already imagined him at ease on this park with multiple lines. While waiting for tomorrow's big show, we are looking forward to the return of BEN WALLACE but we regret the broken of IREK RISAEV who had qualified first the day before. The french crowd favorite ANTHONY JEANJEAN did not reiterate the same perfomance as the day before but we can not wait to see him again at the next stage in Budapest.
Results UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Semi Finals. Top 12 rides Sunday's final event. 1 Logan MARTIN 92.60 pts 2 Daniel DHERS 90.80 pts 3 Nick BRUCE 89.80 pts 4 Alex COLEBORN 86.60 pts 5 Brandon LOUPOS 85.80 pts 6 Kevin PERAZA 85.00 pts 7 Colton WALKER 84.60 pts 8 Andreev KONSTANTIN 84.20 pts 9 Ben WALLACE 80.40 pts 10 Pat CASEY 80.00 pts 11 Daniel SANDOVAL 79.60 pts 12 Drew BEZANSON 78.20 pts
13 Irek RIZAEV 76.80 pts 14 Alex NIKULIN 76.20 pts 15 Jack CLARK 74.60 pts
UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Qualification results.First 19 riders to the Semi Final. 1 Irek RIZAEV 2 Kevin PERAZA 3 Pat CASEY 4 Alex COLEBORN 5 Anthony JEANJEAN 6 Drew BEZANSON 7 Marin RANTES 8 Brandon LOUPOS 9 Tom VAN DEN BOGAARD 10 Jake WALLWORK 11 Michael BERAN 12 Daniel SANDOVAL 13 Andreev KONSTANTIN 14 Ben WALLACE 15 Cam PEAKE 16 Daniel WEDEMEIJER 17 Alex NIKULIN
Flatland Qualification results FISE World Series, Montpellier, France 26 May 2017 1 Jean William PREVOST 2 Jorge GOMEZ 3 Benjamin HUDSON 4 Joris BRETAGNOLLES 5 Kevin JACOB 6 Kevin NIKULSKI 7 Thomas NOYER
The Skatepark de la Rotonde in Strasbourg, France was the place to be for the latest edition of the NL Contest. The Festival International des Cultures Urbaines de Strasbourg took place on 19, 20 and 21 May 2017. A total of 450 athletes gave the crowd of 27 000 people a show that they'd come to watch. Cam Peake (GBR) wins Street (!) and Spine while Team France's Istvan Caillet grabs the pro Dirt win.
Nitro World Games qualifying shifted to BMX Best Tricks on Wednesday. Eight slots in the semifinal round were at stake and, potentially, a chance to compete in the finals at Rice-Eccles Stadium – and on NBC in primetime - on Saturday, June 24. James Foster took first place after sending it with a double backflip no-hander on his first run then later stomped a textbook triple backflip for his third. Foster almost nailed an insane backflip triple barspin on his final run, incredibly by over-spinning his handle bars four and a half times (undeterred, he attempted the trick again, and landed it, after the competition) Zack Warden sealed second place with a rarely seen bikeflip backflip to late tailwhip (which he later called, “my unicorn of a trick”). TJ Ellis never dipped below third after
Nitro World Games qualifying doubled down on Tuesday, with both FMX and BMX Triple Hit competitions happening simultaneously. The BMX Triple Hit contest pitted over 25 riders from around the world, all vying for just eight slots in the semifinal round and a chance to advance to the finals on Saturday, June 24 at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Riding on his birthday, Nick Bruce certainly had something to celebrate on Tuesday. He came out of the gate strong, scoring an 8.94 and stomping a perfect landing on his first run. Bruce wowed the judges even more on his second, and would never relinquish his lead. Irek Rizaev also sent it on his first run, serving notice with a masterful display that shot him into second place. Rounding out the top three finishers, Kenneth Tencio also quickly got the