Vans BMX Pro Cup Germany Mens Finals Results Sunday, June 16, 2019
1st Jason Watts, Age 26 Australia 2nd Sergio Layos, Age 33 Spain 3rd Larry Edgar, Age 25 United States 4th Corey Walsh, Age 24 Canada 5th Dennis Enarson, Age 28 United States 6th Matty Cranmer, Age 21 United States 7th Kevin Peraza, Age 24 United States 8th Alex Hiam, Age 23 Australia 9th Jose Torres Gil, Age 24 Argentina 10th Josh Dove, Age 16 Australia 11th Boyd Hilder, Age 23 Australia 12th Sem Kok, Age 22 Netherlands 13th Rim Nakamura, Age 17 Japan
South Coast UK shredder Stuart Chisholm (@Bigg_stuu_) headed out for a 7 day stint in Lisbon, Portugal, and even after a full 3 days of rain, he still came back with this stacked and packed edit from the remaining 4 days..
The two-day event in BMX Park Ljubljana finished with the spectacular elite men finals with strong riders from Germany, Italy and Denmark fighting for the top honor. Slovenians dominated the junior categories and showed great potential for the future. There were in total 112 cyclist from Austria, Australia, Denmark, Italy, Germany, Hungary and Slovenia on BMX Race Ljubljana Powered by Toyo Tires. Race weekend started with AlpeAdria BMX Cup on Saturday, and that was already a spectacle of its own. Racing in junior & cruiser categories was great, but the treat of the day came with the 17+ race. German national champion Jonas Ballbach (Performance Team Stuttgart) was the first favorite for the race, and he won it ahead of the good friend of the track in Ljubljana, Italian Mattia Furlan (Carisma
All of the biggest moves from finals at the Vans BMX Pro Cup in Stuttgart, Germany featuring Larry Edgar, Dennis Enarson, Jason Watts, Matty Cranmer, Rim Nakamura, Kevin Peraza, Corey Walsh, Sergio Layos, and more!
Jason Watts took him his third Vans BMX Pro Cup win in Germany. It was a 20 minute jam format with the judges looking at the overall impression. Here's what it took to get that top spot on the podium. Full highlights video coming soon.
Am Wochenende gastierte die BMX-Weltelite beim „Vans Pro Cup“ rund um die neue Skateranlage beim Hallenbad. Ob der spektakulären Sprünge blieb auch dem Publikum des Öfteren die Luft weg. Bei den Männern siegten Jason Watts, 26, Brisbane AUS mit 92.51 Punkten, auf Platz 2 landete Sergio Layos, 33, Madrid ESP mit 91.07 und Platz 3 sicherte sich Larry Edgar, 25, Corona USA mit 90.65 Punkten.