The results are in! The Vans BMX Pro Cup Championships event showcased over 70 talented BMX riders this past weekend at the Vans Off The Wall Skatepark, culminating with the ultimate crowning of Jason Watts and Natalya Diehm as the new 2019 Pro Cup Champions. As the world’s leading platform for elite BMX competition, the Vans BMX Pro Cup series saluted the 2019 season in Huntington Beach, CA after traveling to Australia, Germany and Mexico, and honored its commitment to prize parity for the men and women podium winners today. On fire all season, and consistently impressing the crowds all around the world, Australia’s Jason Watts takes a well-deserved win as the new 2019 BMX Pro Cup Series champion, earning the most points of any rider this 2019
The Vans BMX Pro Cup has touched down in Huntington Beach for the exciting Championships grand finale. This weekend, the series will culminate its international tour to showcase the most talented BMX riders in the world and crown a new men’s and women’s Pro Cup Champion in BMX park terrain. The weekend kicked off today with the last chance Pro Cup Men’s Regional Qualifiers, where over 50 athletes from Mexico, Singapore, Chile, Brazil, USA, Australia and more, competed for the final opportunity to earn a top qualifying seed into the Championships Semi-finals, taking place tomorrow.
After a scorching day of BMX rallying, Ecuador’s Jonathan Camacho prevailed, taking first place in the
Result List BMX Freestyle Men Qualification World Urban Games Budapest. Top 12 to the finals. 1) Logan Martin (AUS) 2) Brandon Loupos (AUS) 3) Jake Wallwork (AUS) 4) Daniel Dhers (VEN) 5) Marin Rantes (CRO) 6) Daniel andoval (USA) 7) Irek Rizaev (RUS) 8) Konstantin Andreev (RUS) 9) Justin Dowell (USA) 10) Anthony Jeanjean (FRA) 11) Nick Bruce (USA) 12) Kenneth Tencio (CRC)
13) Gabriel Chavez (ARG) 14) Gustavo Batista de Oliviera (BRA) 15) Danny Josa (HUN) 16) Tomass Grindbergs (LAT)
For the fourth annual Legend award, we honor one of the most legendary of all, Mat Hoffman. The Legend Award has traditionally been a surprise to the winner. We wanted to get the award to Mat a couple of years ago, but couldn't swing it. This year, we caught wind that he'd be out in Hastings...seeing Mat's geniune reaction is what it's about.
Our latest DIG Locals rider, Hungary's Ferenc Zoltan Demjen has been working on this for a few years now in between dealing with a whole load of back problems. It's always great to see people battle through health problems and come out swinging with new footage.