Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 15:21
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Breaking in 3 photos! This weekend we hosted for the first time the WDSF World Open Series Breaking, in other words breakdance in the form of a 1 to 1 battle. The public came in large numbers to encourage the dancers. In a battle we compare two performances. The world famous DJ ignite provided the soundtrack to the occasion with a perfect mix. A beautiful way to combine sport and art once again.

All results HERE 

 

 

Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 14:44
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UCI BMX FLATLAND FINALES - WOMEN
 
Today the atmosphere was at its maximum as the public came to watch one of their favorite disciplines: BMX Flatland. It is becoming increasingly difficult to judge the 
UCI BMX FLATLAND finals in the women's category as each rider has a style all of their own.
The Japanese rider Misaki Katigari was once again at the top of the rankings with 78.75 points, fluid and light, she landed almost all her tricks.
In 2nd place Irina Sadovnik who made the trip to Japan from Vienna, she is very technical on her BMX, and scored a well deserved 70.50 points.
In 3rd was another Japanese rider Aya Nagaishi, who scored 69 points.
 
All the results HERE 
 
See you for the next stop in Montpellier, France from May 29 to June 2!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 14:27
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What a final we have just witnessed ! Judges were super impressed by the Women’s level and commitment. Today’s final proved once again that they can smash it, and that they really deserve more support. The run of the day was dropped by Nishiya Momiji, and included an insane handrail frontside lipslide and a gnarly boardslide to fakie 50/50 180 out. With a perfect run, raw style & good vibes, she went straight into first place. She is followed by Fuuna Nakayama, who was playing on the handrail too. The podium was completed by another perfect run, packed with a classy selection of tricks by Horiguchi Rika. An easy way to sum up the contest is to quote the Skateboard legend Willy Santos, who was judging the contest : “The level for the women’s competition is becoming really diverse. They can skate everything!” 
 
All the results  HERE
 
 
Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 14:19
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FIG PARKOUR SPEED RUN - WOMEN 
 
Japanese athlete Hikari IZUMI won the race with a time of 17.31.  Her actions were fluid and controlled, which allowed her to get the first place on the podium.
Aleksandra SCHEVCHENKO finished in second place with a time of 17, 61, her run was more physical and technical, it was close for the former gymnast but she will not get the Gold this time.
Anna GRIUKACH, was once again 3rd on the podium with a time not far from these competitors of 17.90.
 
See you for the next stop at FISE Montpellier from May 29th to June 2nd.
 
All results here
 
More informations : https://parkour.sport/
 
Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 14:13
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FIG PARKOUR FREESTYLE - MEN
 
After remarkable semi-finals, the final in Parkour Freestyle was equally incredible. The level was so high, as the athletes put on a show for the local crowd.
The Greek athlete, Dimitri KYRSANIDIS raised the bar with a technical run that convinced the judges to give him 27.5 points and put him in a well deserved first place.
Johan Tonnoir, who was very physically impressive and came first in qualifications, could not match Dimitri. 
Evgenii Aroian, the Russian, who finished twice on the podium in Freestyle event in Chengdu produced a more classic run and walked away with 25 points.
 
 
See you for the next stage at FISE Montpellier from May 29th to June 2nd.
 
All results  HERE 
 
 
 
More informations :  https://parkour.sport/
 
Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 14:01
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UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Final  -  MEN
 
For the second year in a row the rider representing team Australia gets first place at FISE Hiroshima. He came out the gates firing on his first run but fell on his first trick and had to call time on his run. Incredibly he put that behind him and kept his concentration going into the second, run where he went absolutely crazy. It was literally trick after trick including a 1080, a double backflip, a 900 and a huge cashroll! The insane run puts him straight into first place with a score of 95.80 points which no one was able to beat. He described how it felt to win:
“that run was a dream run of mine, I am so thankful to be standing on top of the podium in front of some of the best riders in the world”
In second place it was Japanese rider Rim Nakamura who unbelievably is only 17 years old. The crowd went wild for the Pride of Japan as he destroyed the course landing trick after trick, including a combo of 5 tricks in one which was just unbelievable. He scored  92.40 points.
 
In 3rd place was Logan Martin also riding for team Australia. He scored a big 91.10 points on his first run which included a 4 tailwhip combo, and a 540 flair right on the buzzer. He needed to do more in his second run if he was going to get the gold, but he uncharacteristically slipped a pedal which through him off and it was his first run that counted.
 
 
Watch Brandon Loupos run HERE
 
 
Watch Rim Nakamura run HERE
 

Watch Logan Martin run HERE

 

 

 

Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 11:01
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World Skate Roller Freestyle Final  -  Men
 
The level of the riding in today’s final was incredibly high but once again no one could stop Joe Atkinson. He has been skating everyday in the off season and it showed. He looked even better than he did when he won the overall FWS 2018 title last year which we didn’t think was possible. In his run today the 720 on the step up was remarkable as he worked his way round the course picking different lines and landing unique tricks. He was scored 84.66 points by the judges to narrowly take the win. He said “ the crowd was amazing, the course was amazing, everything was sweet it was a great day.”
 
In second place was who many consider to be the world's best vert rider Yasutoko Takeshi. The crowd were going wild for their local hero from Kobe, Japan.  The air he was managing to grab was unreal as he literally flew around the course. Judges awarded him 84.00 points to take the second step on the podium.
 
In 3rd place was the Australian mad dog CJ Wellsmore. He went wild in his run packing in trick after trick, the alley-oop 270 over the box and the Fakie 5 were notable. He improved from his first run and scored 83.00 points and take 3rd place.
 
There's no upsetting the established order as the reigning champ tops the podium in the World Skate Roller Freestyle Final at #FISEHiroshima.
 
Joe Atkinson run HERE
 
 
 
Watch Yasutoko Takeshi run HERE
 
 
Watch CJ Wellsmore run HERE 

All results HERE 

Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 09:56
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UCI BMX Flatland World Cup Final  -  Men
 
In today’s final we experienced the future of flatland.  Japan is known for its love of the sport and for the past 15 years they have been running schools to train young flatland riders. Today we saw the result of that investment as one of Japan's “Super Kids” won the title. Ryo Katagiri 18 years old from Niigata was the first rider up today. He looked experienced beyond his years with so much flow in the transitions between his tricks, linking longer on longer combos. Landing all his tricks cleanly, including a trick he missed in yesterday's semi final he scored a BIG 90.00 points which no other rider was able to match.
 
In second place was a more familiar face, Matthias Dandois who produced a characteristic flawless run. Mathias 29 from Paris in France was the FISE World Series 2018 overall winner and he was back to his best today. We even saw some new stuff like a stylish spin on the back wheel with his foot hooked on the pedal. His signature long difficult links were also on show spinning on the back-wheel fully inverted. He scored 86.75 points to take second.
 
In 3rd place was Dominik Nekolny who we don't usually see at FISE competitions. Aged 33 from the Czech Republic his run was full of insanely difficult combos.
The rolling backwards hitchhiker and the cross-footed hitchhiker were spectacular. He came off the bike a couple of times which the Judges were really penalising but he still managed to score 84.37 to go into 3rd place.
 
 
Watch Ryo Katagiri run 
 
 
 
Matthias Dandois takes the second place 
 
 
Dominik Nekolny is third 
 

 

All results  HERE 

Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 09:22
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Flow and good vibes in the Roller Womens final! 
 
Sunshine, big smiles and spectators we’re on show at the spot for today’s final. With an insane flow and cleaver lines, Misaki Katayama took the first place, well deserved thanks to her very technical lip tricks. With a small mistake at the beginning Maria Munoz couldn't get first, but she was the most committed to drop huge tricks, and took lots of risk while going big which earned her second place. Manon Derrien, was skating with her unbeatable style, but a couple of small mistakes locked her on the third step. Special Mention to Chihiro Azuma, who would have been the one to beat today if a nasty slam yesterday hadn’t prevented her from riding today. The show was rad and girls brought a lot of fresh tricks to the ramps, we can’t wait until Montpellier to watch them dropping some more! 

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