The 2018 season will get a rad opening in Japan. From April 6th to 8th, Hiroshima’s former Municipal Stadium will be home to the FISE action sports and peace festival. FISE World Series 2017 concluded just one month ago in Chengdu, China, but it is already time to prepare next season’s grand opening. Action sports festivals such as FISE are experiencing worldwide growth, especially amongst young people.
Within this new context, FISE Hiroshima can be regarded as a significant step forward in generating awareness of, and interest in, youth-focused events like Skateboarding and BMX Freestyle throughout Japan. The festival will feature a strong focus on events that can be enjoyed casually by young people and women throughout the city.
UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Championships Final Men results: 1. MARTIN Logan 93.82 2. COLEBORN Alex 91.05 3. WALKER Colton 89.78 4. SANDOVAL Daniel 87.65 5. DHERS Daniel 83.35 6. RIZAEV Irek 79.75 7. NAKAMURA Rimu 72.95 8. DOWELL Justin 65.9
FINAL Results Women UCI BMX Freestyle PARK WORLD CUP, CHENGDU, China NOVEMBER 4-5, 2017 1 12 ROBERTS Hannah USA 87.60 2 9 LESSMANN Lara GER 84.20 3 11 PEREZ Macarena CHI 81.60 4 10 MARINO Angie USA 75.80 5 8 MINATO Oike JPN 73.40 6 7 DUCARROZ Nikita SUI 68.00 7 4 POSADSKIKH Elizaveta RUS 66.00
Kostya Andreev has to join the Russian Army, Nick Bruce knows how to ask for kisses in Chinese, Brandon Loupos dresses like a golfer, Pat Casey loves the capsule, Colton Walker almost loops out on 720s, Logan Martin is scared of pollution, and everyone that lives here is strange. Xièxiè!
Youth Olympic Games qualification process takes place in Chengdu, China. Who will go to Buenos Aires? In 2018 the Youth Olympic Games will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 6-18 October. BMX Freestyle Park is part of it. To qualify your nation for a spot to ride at the YOG, you will need to participate at this year's UCI Urban Cycling World Championships in Chengdu, China (8-12 November).
You will need to be in the age group of 15-18 years old in Chengdu to qualify your nation for a Youth Olympic Games spot. A separate classification will be made for the riders (Male and Female) who fit into the age group of 15-18 years old. The World's will have one Freestyle BMX Park class but a
UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Ranking after two stops (Montpellier, France and Budapest, Hungary). 1. DHERS Daniel Venezuela 17200 2. LOUPOS Brandon Australia 16700 3. KONSTANTIN Andreev Russia 14400 4. SANDOVAL Daniel USA 12600 5. RIZAEV Irek Russia 11700 6. MARTIN Logan Australia 10700 7. WALKER Colton USA 10300 8. COLEBORN Alex GBR 9900 9. NIKULIN Alex Russia 9800 10. CASEY Pat USA 8500 11. BRUCE Nick USA 7700 12. MALOTT Jérémy USA 7200 13. RANTEš Marin Croatia 6400 14. TENCIO Kenneth Costa Rica 6294 15. BERAN Michael Czechia 6200 16. LEIVA Jake USA 6075
With Men’s and Women’s Freestyle BMX heading to the Olympics in Tokyo 2020, Daytwo at our second global tour stop in Budapest, Hungary set the stage to showcase some potential Olympians. During the Women’s Final, livecast host Darryl Nau exclaimed, “Right now it’s so exciting - BMX is not just a male dominant sport, Freestyle BMX is a platform for women to get involved". With eight riders qualified for the final, a calculated and technical performance from 17-year old Lara Lessman cemented her with the gold in Budapest. Two different technical and consistent runs with smooth no foot can-cans, one-footed wall plants and a crankflip/barspin scored the German 84, placing her in 1st position.