Day three at the inaugural X Games Minneapolis displayed the embodiment of the action sports lifestyle as over 40,000 fans passed through the gates to witness the worlds best skateboarders, BMX and Moto X riders battle it out in the name of X Games glory. Today's action saw the Toyota Men’s BMX Park.
Action kicked off with the Toyota BMX Park Finals where Kevin Peraza took the win on the smooth transitions of the custom built course. Between massive airs, a stylish 360 tail-whip to table top and a technical 360 nose manual on top of the quarterpipe feature, the 22-year-old from Tucson, Arizona took his first ever gold in BMX Park with a score of 90.33. Trailing a full three points behind,
Elite Results 2017 European Championships, Bordeaux, France. Elite Men: 1. Joris Daudet 2. Twan Van Gendt 3. Sylvain André 4. Arthur Pilard 5. Edzus Treimanis 6. Dave Van Der Burg 7. Jeremy Rencurel 8. David Graf
Elite Women: 1. Laura Smulders 2. Elke Vanhoof 3. Simone Christensen 4. Ruby Huisman 5. Judy Baauw 6. Yaroslava Bondarenko
X Games 2017 - Street Finals Highlights. The Street event here at X Games was a wild one. I mean, I was looking through a camera the whole time trying not to fuck up, but I had a really hard time picking placings. I just felt like everyone was absolutely killing it...I wouldn't want to have been a judge for this one.
X Games 2017 - Dirt Qualifying Highlights.16 dudes battling it out for seven spots in the finals to join Kevin Peraza, James Foster, and Ben Wallace in the finals on Saturday. I'll let the runs speak for themselves...or maybe I'm just really tired.