After Dirt Qualifying the top 5 finishers will meet up with Brandon Loupos, Logan Martin, and Brian Fox during the Dirt finals. These three were pre-qualified for the dirt final because they scored medals at X-Games a year ago in 2018. 5 "foreigners" were added to 2 pre-qualified foreigners leaving Brian Fox the sole American in the Dirt finals in Minneapolis this year.
BMX Dirt qualifying results X-Games 2019: 1 - Dawid Godziek Q 2 - Kyle Baldock Q 3 - Ben Wallace Q 4 - Andy Buckworth Q 5 - Mike Varga Q
6 - Dennis Enarson 7 - Pat Casey 8 - Colton Walker 9 - Daniel Sandoval
The legend keeps growing! Monster Energy congratulates Jamie Bestwick on his silver medal in BMX Vert at X Games Minneapolis 2019 on Thursday night. In front of a stoked crowd at the Armory venue in Downtown Minneapolis, the 48-year-old BMX icon from Nottingham, United Kingdom, faced the world’s best BMX riders to bring home the 20th X Games medal of his storied career. After struggling with constant rain interruptions during last year’s BMX Vert event, officials in Minneapolis decided to host the competition in an indoor setting this time around. The Armory music venue, where musical performances by the likes of Diplo and Wu-Tang Clan will unfold this weekend, provided the perfect backdrop for the competitive six-rider final session.
Each rider only had two 30-second runs to post a top score on the massive 14-foot vert ramp, so the pressure meter was in the red zone in Minneapolis on Thursday night. No stranger to heated showdowns, Bestwick came in as a veteran of the sport – actually the oldest athlete across all disciplines at X Games Minneapolis 2019 – and hungry for gold after settling for silver in Minneapolis over the past two years.
Fully healed from last year’s spinal fusion surgery, the most dominant BMX rider in X Games history came in guns blazing with a perfect run on his first attempt: Building speed across the entire length of the deck, Bestwick rolled into a high-flying no-hander, huge alley-oop grizzly air, tall lookback air, Superman down whip, turndown flair traveling across the whole ramp, massive alley-oop 540, extended
Closing out the opening weekend of the Vans US Open with crowds ablaze, the first-ever Vans Rebel Jam BMX street competition held on American soil concluded its final rounds, awarding decorated BMX riders Dennis Enarson and Perris Benegas as the event’s overall winners. Showcasing 18 of the world’s best street riders in the finals, the Vans Rebel Jam also recognizes originality and innovation with individual rider awards ranging from most creative, hard trick, and best overall style. The 2019 Vans Rebel Jam is unique in all of the industry for championing prize parity for competitors and matching podium winnings for men and women.
In the Men’s division, all-terrain BMX specialist Dennis Enarson conquered the street course with ease,
So much going on this summer that it's hard for us to keep up. The NASS Festival results are here and they had plenty of Pro categories happening near Bath, England. We've got the highlight videos lined up for the next days but here are the PRO results of NASS 2019:
RESULTS BMX Street: 1 Alex Donnachie 2 Bruno Hoffmann, 3 Anthony Perrin, 4 Sam Jones, 5 Alex Kennedy, 6 Bora Altintas, 7 Harry Mills-Wakley , 8 Fernando Laczco 9. Micahel Fleck, 10 Michal Smelko, 11. Josh Webber, 12.
BMX Park results: 1 Justin Dowell, 2 James Jones, 3 Jack Clark, 4 Kieran Reilly, 5 Declan Brooks, 6
Final results FISE European Series Round 2, Chateauroux, France. Sunday 21 July 2019.
BMX Park Men: 1. JONES James GBR 2. WALLACE Ben GBR 3. PEAKE Cam GBR 4. ANDREEV Konstantin RUS 5. RIZAEV Irek RUS 6. HABADA Martin CZE 7. KASTNER Florent FRA 8. MORIEN Quentin FRA 9. LUBISHKIN Arsenii RUS 10. ORSINI Maxime FRA 11. PREPELICZAY-NAGY BEKESCSABA HUN 12. DEVASSINE Romain FRA
The four finalists put on a good show at the Fise European Series in Chateauroux, France. The event is held in a former American military facility that currently operates as a chinese University. Pretty much in the middle of nowhere but the Hurricane parks are here (Street and Park) plus everything around it that makes it a good place to be at. The BMX Park contest is a UCI C1 event which attracted quite some great riders to make the trip to France. The Women finals were just held and Nikita Ducarroz was the clear winner with Analia Zacarias in second and Laury Perez grabbing third place points.
Watch the Men's final live on FATBMX later today. With Jones/Peake/Wallace/Rizaev/Kostya all making finals it will be one to watch.
Elite Women Park final results:
1 DUCARROZ Nikita SUI 79.75 2 Zacarias Analia Gabriela ARG 69.75 3 PEREZ Laury FRA 68.50 4 CHAAL Kenza FRA 49.00
Today the qualification took place in Chateauroux for the FISE European Series round 2. The following riders made the finals and will be competing for the top spots on Sunday 21 July in France.
Qualification results Men Park: 1 JONES James GBR 84.75 Q 2 RIZAEV Irek RUS 81.88 Q 3 WALLACE Ben GBR 80.63 Q 4 ANDREEV Konstantin RUS 79.13 Q 5 MORIEN Quentin FRA 76.88 Q 6 Kastner Florent FRA 73.13 Q 7 Habada Martin CZK 72.50 Q 8 LUBISHKIN Arsenii RUS 70.13 Q 9 PEAKE Cam GBR 66.38 Q 10 DEVASSINE Romain FRA 64.75 Q 11 PREPELICZAY-NAGY TamáS HUN 55.38 Q 12 Orsini Maxime FRA 51.25 Q
Results Latvian National BMX Freestyle Park Championship - Liepaja. Elite Men: 1 BARTNIEKS Ralfs LAT 200 points 2 GRINBERGS Tomass LAT 160 3 ATMATS Guntis LAT 130 4 LAZDINS Kalvis LAT 110 5 DZERVE Marcis LAT 90 6 VIKSNA Patriks LAT 70
Results from the C1 BMXFR Kalashnikov Cup Park contest in Russia. Elite Men: 1 Rizaev Irek RUS 2 Andreev Konstantin RUS 3 Isakov Nikita RUS 4 Fominov Nikita RUS 5 Stroganov Daniil RUS 6 Suleimanov Rafael RUS 7 Agarkov Artem RUS 8 Miroshnichenko Aleksandr RUS 9 Syponin Sergey RUS 10 Stepanov Anton RUS 11 Shishlov Roman RUS 12 Semin Ilia RUS 13 Bogatyrev Danil RUS 14 Tebloev Aleksandr RUS 15 Shadrin Vadim RUS