The medal-winning run continues! Monster Energy congratulates its team of skateboard and BMX athletes on a strong performance on day 3 of X Games 2021. In the Park and Street events contested at the California Training Facility (CA|TF) in Vista, California, Monster riders claimed four podium spots, including one X Games gold medal, two silver, and one bronze. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, X Games 2021 is contested as a closed-to-the-public event at three unique athlete training facilities across Southern California. On the third day of X Games 2021, some of the world’s best skateboarders and BMXers pushed the boundaries of their sports at the high-tech California Training Facility (CA|TF) in Vista.
It literally gets no better! Monster Energy congratulates its team of BMX athletes on a podium-perfect performance on day one of X Games 2021. In a field of the world’s best freestyle BMX riders, the team claimed every single medal awarded across four BMX disciplines at the private Dream Yard facility in Riverside, California, on Wednesday: Four gold, two silver, and two bronze medals. In the highly competitive BMX Dirt competition, 27-year-old Monster Energy BMX team rider Pat Casey took the gold medal, a career-first X Games gold, on his home turf. The gold medal run continued in BMX Dirt Best Trick with 31-year-old Andy Buckworth from Lake Haven, Australia, claiming the top spot with a spectacular double backflip no-hander. In the BMX Park event on Dream Yard’s sprawling
The pandemic X Games are different. Less riders and held at Pat Casey's backyard. After a 2020 without summer X Games competition, X Games returned to action sports’ birthplace of Southern California in 2021 to host the world’s best BMX, Skateboard and Moto X athletes with a new twist. The week began at Pat Casey’s house in Riverside, California where riders competed in BMX Dirt, Dirt Best Trick, Park and Dave Mirra’s Park Best Trick. The event is closed to the public with no spectators in attendance throughout the week.
Dreamyard’s Dirt course was rebuilt for X Games 2021, with his 13 feature course transformed into a technical seven-feature jump line. Though the changes could have potentially taken away the home field advantage, Pat Casey linked together technical tricks, including a 360 downside tailwhip, truckdriver,
UCI BMX FREESTYLE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS PARK MEN results. Montpellier, France. 1 MARTIN Logan AUS 2 SANDOVAL Daniel USA 3 RANTEŠ Marin CRO 4 DOWELL Justin USA 5 BRUCE Nick USA 6 MATTHEWS Joshua AUS 7 NAKAMURA Rimu JPN 8 WALLACE Ben GBR
The last day of the 2021 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships presented by FISE did not disappoint as we witnessed Flatland Masterclasses in the Men’s and Women’s Finals. The format was the same as the semi-finals with each rider getting just 1 run of 3 minutes to produce their absolute best performance, talk about pressure!
BMX Flatland Women Irena Sadovnik from Austria produced a huge performance to be crowned the 2021 UCI BMX Flatland World Champion once again. She pulled off a perfect run full of complicated combos, including an
2021 UCI BMX FLATLAND World Championships final results. Montpellier, France. Men Flatland: 1 DANDOIS Matthias FRA 2000 UCI points 2 SASAKI Moto JPN 1700 3 JUMELIN Alexandre FRA 1500 4 BONNECUELLE Matthieu FRA 1350 5 WILHELM Matt USA 1200 6 HERNANDEZ Varo ESP 1050
2021 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships Flatland Women Final results. Tuesday 8 June 2021. Montpellier, France. Final Flatland Women: 1. SADOVNIK Irina 88.33 2. PREUSS Julia 80.67 3. VAES Celine 69.00 4. KRUGLOVA Ekaterina 61.67
And your 2021 UCI BMX WOMEN Park World Champion is.... Hannah Roberts!!! Women Park: 1. ROBERTS Hannah 91.90 2. DUCARROZ Nikita 90.30 3. WORTHINGTON Charlotte 88.90 4. BENEGAS Perris 85.80 5. WOLFE Chelsea 80.00 6. MARINO Angie 78.10