The International BMX Freestyle Federation (iBMXFF) World Championships came to a close at NASS in the UK today with Vince Byron, Jose Torres, Jack Clark and Matthias Dandois taking the World Champion titles. The largest global BMX freestyle event of the year took place at NASS Festival this weekend (6th – 9th July) at the Bath & West Showground.
Australia’s Vince Byron and Jose Torres hailing from Argentina took the Pro Vert World Champion title and Pro Park World Champion title respectively. Britain’s Jack Clark was named Dirt World Champion and France’s Matthias Dandois was crowned Pro Flatland World Champion. Over 450 professional and amateur athletes across the globe headed to NASS to compete across four disciplines of BMX freestyle, park, vert, dirt and flatland, skateboard park and flatland and mountain bike dirt.
The event featured a 14ft Vert Ramp, one of Europe’s tallest, a pro park, dirt jumps, street spots, public courses and ramps. Inspired by the individuality and creativity of alternative youth culture, 15,000 music & action sport fans made their way to the Bath & West Showground for a weekend of action sports, live music and hardcore revelry.
Hip Hop royalty in the shape of Wu Tang Clan’s Method Man and Redman headlined Friday night supported by rising grime star Giggs. On Saturday Aussie Drum and Bass outfit Pendulum and DJ duo Sigma while the festival came to a close on Sunday with grime legend, Kano and Wiley.