NASS Festival Daily highlights 13.07.19 - BMX Wallride Presented by Fireball and BMX BOQER Jam. There’s just one day left of NASS 2019. Yesterday (Saturday 12 July) saw another incredible selection of music acts spread over 15 stages, live and curated street art from some of the best names in the game and the world’s top skate and BMX athletes compete in one of the biggest and most progressive contests in the country. It was another exciting day of action sports, with a busy schedule of competitions and jams over both skate and BMX. The BMX Wallride Presented by Fireball produced an awe-inspiring spectacle, with the riders pulling out all the stops in return for cash, a notable mention goes to Kieran Riley (GBR) for nailing a barrage of difficult tricks including a Flair TailWhip.
Results Drummondville Canada Cup BMX racing Class 1 Drummondville, QC CANADA. Elite Men: 1 66 PALMER James CAN 60 points 2 715 MALENFANT Gaby CAN 45 3 18 OTTERSON Taylor CAN 40 4 27 GIRARD Felix CAN 35 5 70 MEYER-CLEMENT Riley CAN 30 6 303 OUELLETTE Benjamin CAN 25 7 38 LAVORATO Riley CAN 20 8 884 SAMELLS Josh CAN 15
Elite Women: 1 49 TUCHSCHERER Daina CAN 60 2 87 VAN STAALDUINEN Cayleigh CAN 45 3 83 HEBERT Avriana CAN 40 4 155 MECHIELSEN Drew CAN 35
NASS Festival 2019 ramped up Friday 12 July providing an unparalleled selection of music, street art, skate and BMX. Having sold out of Weekend Camping and VIP Camping tickets, the Bath & West Showground was buzzing with 30,000 festival goers keen to make the most of NASS’ incredible selection of music acts, spread over 15 stages.
It was an awe-inspiring first day of BMX and Skate competitions, Charlotte Worthington (GBR) took home the BMX Park Women’s title beating off fierce competition from Sasha Pardoe (GBR) and Kayley Ashworth (GBR) who finished second and third respectively. After an exciting qualifier and final of the BMX Street Open, Mike Suttle (GBR) was crowned champion after combining huge airs with technical tricks.
Main Stage headline act Giggs delivered an unforgettable set, pleasing the crowd with his unmistakable voice and energetic stage presence. Supporting on the Main Stage was East London’s hottest new rapper Yxng Bane, living up to his reputation with a unique and genre-spanning set. Hip hop legend Grandmaster Flash turned up the heat with an unbelievable performance, scratching and mixing iconic tracks. Birmingham’s Lady Leshurr entertained the crowd with her infectious humour and ingenious lyrics. With the sun shining over NASS, Maverick Sabre utilised his impressive vocal range and meaningful lyrics to create a captivating set, while iconic street art duo, PichiAvo treated the crowd to
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