The 2022 edition of the Munich Mash event has come to an end. BMX Mini was won by Kieran Reilly (GBR) who beat Daniel Dhers' (VEN) in his final run of the day. Third place went to Tom Justice (GBR) who edged out Florian Dean (GER) in the 4-men final. The large crowd enjoyed the BMX part of the event. In 6 weeks' time it's back to Olympia Park in Munich for the European Park championships.
Final results 2022 Munich Mash:
1) Kieran Reilly (GBR)
It's Munich Mash time! You can watch the event live on FATBMX.com but in case you missed it, we have the Women Mini results for you.
Women Miniramp Final results:
1) Liszurley Villegas 82,00 points (COL)
2) Lara Lessmann 75,66 (GER)
3) Queensaray Villegas (COL)
4) Teresa Fernandez Miranda (ESP)
5) Kim Lea Müller (GER)
Kim Lea Müller; Truckdriver over the spine.
Men Finals on Sunday 26 June, live on FATBMX.
Pic by FATBMX
Flatland BMX legend Terry Adams travelled from his native Louisiana to East Tennessee to dance in the glow of its fabled fireflies in his latest project to expand the sport's popularity. The 38-year-old, who once claimed that "flatland is my heart and soul", discovered the BMX discipline when he was 12 and began competing in contests at 16, and since then has won an X Games gold medal and two NORA Cup wins as well as taking part in fun demos all over the world
- Adams is on a mission to take his sport to unexpected places and his latest striking project combines riding and dancing in the light of the fireflies; two activities that bring a sense of joy and nostalgia.
JapanCup BMX Flatland Round 1. This time's champions are Kio Hayakawa and Hirai Kawaguchi. Kio's 3rd tournament streak and Sakura's first Elite win!
1. Kio Hayakawa
2. Moto Sasaki
3. Yu Shoji
4. Fumiya Kanna
BMX Podium results Fise Xperience, Canet-en Roussillon, France
BMX FREESTYLE PARK PRO
1) Anthony Jeanjean
2) Valentin Antonuccio
3) JUAN CAMILO CAICEDO HURRADO
BMX FREESTYLE PARK AMATEUR
C1 Flatland podium results Bentonville, Arkansas, USA.
1) Matt Wilhelm
2) Terry Adams
3) Lindsey Bode
1) Paula Hesser
2) Kim Klisiak
We keep saying it but the riding level today is higher than it has ever been. It makes for good contests and a show for everyone who gets to watch it. The grandstands at Pannonian #23 were packed during Men Finals and they got to witness some of the best Park riding available today. Find the top 3 results below.
BMX PRO Pannonian Challenge XXIII WINNERS:
1 Jacob Thiem
2 Marin Ranteš
It's 09:30hr in the morning and we just finished up the Slovenian National BMX Park championships in Osijek, Croatia. Enough Slovenian riders gathered to have a full podium in Men as well as the Women class. Was it early? yes it was. Warm-up started at 8am but the 2022 championship is in the books and points can be added to the names.
Standout in the Park championship was Red Bull sponsored Jaka Remec who showed flip double whips and triple whips before most people get out of bed on a Saturday. The National Championship title was his.
Art this very moment the pro riders have taken over the course. 31 of them will battle for the 2022 Pannonian title. Some of the riders spotted are Declan Brooks, Kieran Reilly, Jose Cedano, Maligno, Jacob Thiem, Ernest Zebolts, Justin Dowell and yes, Jaka Remec will be riding some more today. Who will make it to the 12-men final and will Croatian hero Marin Rantes be on the podium today? We'll keep you informed.
2022 Slovenian National Champions BMX Park
Men: Jaka Remec
Women: Romana Podkrajsek Kocen
A huge weekend for action sports in one of the most storied contests is in the books! The Monster Energy team claimed podium spots in BMX Street. Second place went to 24-year-old Felix Prangenberg from Cologne, Germany. He was joined on the podium by 26-year-old Jordan Godwin from Newport, United Kingdom, and 27-year-old Kevin Peraza from Tucson in fifth place. From June 11-12, Simple Session 22 attracted over one hundred of the world’s best invited BMX street riders and skateboarders to Tallinn, Estonia. At the venue in the Põhjala Factory district, competitors put on an exciting showcase on the 1,800-square-foot Wessel-designed street course.
For the past 22 years, Simple Session has featured some of the biggest names in action sports in a
Following the Junior and Amateur categories, the Women of BMX Freestyle Park announced an unprecedented line up for a FISE Xperience Series stage. First step since its launch to welcome such an international contest, its challenge of collecting points in the UCI world ranking by a C1 label has offered the Rémois runs from Argentina, Venezuela, Spain and RCF. If this enthusiasm has reinforced the level of the contest, it needed more to destabilize the French champion Laury Perez who get the victory today.
These performances warmed up the spectators who were at the height of their involvement during the launch of the BMX Freestyle Park Pro final. First in qualifying the day before, the young Brazilian