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Yuto Horigome, Rayssa Leal Win SLS Seattle



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Yuto Horigome and Rayssa Leal made their second straight win in the Street League Skateboarding. The SLS second stop was held on August 13-14 at the Angel of the Winds Arena, Seattle, WA.

Horigome is a Tokyo Olympics gold medalist, and a two-time X Games Men’s Street gold medalist (Chiba and Minneapolis). He also won the World Skate title in 2021.

Leal placed second in the Street League Super Crown Women’s Finals in 2021. She also won the silver medal in the Tokyo Olympics Women’s Street making her the youngest Brazilian Olympic medalist.

Vincent Milou and Chris Joslin came in at second and third in Men’s Street.

Former Street League Super Crown Winner Pamela Rosa placed second in the Women’s Street. Olympic gold medalist Momiji Nishiya finished third in the event.

The third stop of the 2022 SLS Tour will be in Las Vegas, NV on October 8-9. This event will be invite-only, but you can get a chance to win a trip and watch it in person by registering here.

Based on the cumulative tour points of the three stops, the top four skaters will automatically qualify for the SLS Super Crown Championship. The rest of the competitors will battle it out for the other four slots in the Championship Finals.

The Super Crown Championship will be held on November 5-6 at the Arena Carioca 1, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Tickets will be available starting on September 5.

If you are in the United States, you can watch the SLS events live via ESPN+ and ESPN 2. MCS Extreme will have exclusive live coverage in France, Belgium, and Luxemburg. You can watch the events live via YouTube if you live outside the countries mentioned. Go here for more information on how to watch the SLS series.

Watch the full coverage of the 2022 SLS Seattle Women’s and Men’s Finals below.

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Joseph Garbaccio wins FISE Xperience Tour Final Leg in Le Havre



Local star Joseph Gabaccio set his city’s Bowl on fire, winning the Skateboard Bowl Pro ahead of young Spanish rider Bijueska Egoitz and Reunion’s Stellio Sakellarides during last weekend’s FISE Xperience.

Around 35,000 spectators and 200 riders took part in the four competing disciplines of the event, namely BMX Freestyle Park, Skateboard Bowl, Roller Freestyle Park and Scooter Bowl.

In Roller Freestyle Park Pro, Jérémy Domingues took the win in front of a delighted crowd. He beat Tom Lecouls from Le Havre and Zahir Hanaizi. Reigning champion Armelle Tisler claimed victory in the women’s category beating Carla Pasquinelli and Jeanne Sauvage.

Esteban Clot took the top spot at the Scooter Bowl, ahead of Mathias Villers, and Arthur Frugier in 3rd place.

Tom Clemens from Germany won BMX Freestyle Park Pro, with Pim Scheers from the Netherlands and Lilian Virazel from Montpellier in second and third place, respectively. France’s Laury Perez dominated the women’s category, ahead of Colombia’s Queen Saray Villegas Serna and France’s Julie Plousey.

In addition to the competitions, the public in Le Havre enjoyed the presence of Alex Jumelin, the emblematic figure of French BMX Flatland, who came as part of the Jules x FISE capsule collection, co-designed by the athlete. He put on a show throughout the weekend, offering numerous demos and signing sessions.

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FISE Xperience Series 2023 Kicks Off Friday in Le Havre



The FISE Xperience Series 2023’s fourth and last stage will begin this Friday, August 25th, in Le Havre.

The festival will run throughout the weekend, featuring a program that brings together riders from all over Europe competing in four different disciplines: BMX Freestyle Park, Skateboard Bowl, Roller Freestyle Park, and Scooter Bowl.

The FISE Xperience Series tour continues with Le Havre as its latest host, following successful events in Tignes, Reims, and Thonon-les-Bains earlier this year.

The venue features two sports areas tailored to the various disciplines in competition, including a Freestyle Park for BMX Freestyle Park and Roller Freestyle, as well as the iconic Bowl du Havre for Skateboard Bowl and Scooter Bowl.

The competition is open to both men and women and will showcase the world’s top riders as well as national competitors against the local urban talents.

Along with the four disciplines represented, there will also be shred contests and fun challenges for all categories of participants.

In addition to the title of FISE Xperience Le Havre winner for the 4 disciplines represented, the BMX Freestyle Park competition will also count as a stage in the Coupe de France FFC (French Cycling Federation).

Pro riders will thus be able to collect UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) points for the world ranking qualification process, one year ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. 

This last stop on the FISE Xperience Series tour will also feature Alex Jumelin, an emblematic figure of French BMX Flatland and FISE Montpellier, as part of the Jules x FISE capsule collection, co-designed by the athlete.

Visit the Jules stand on Saturday, August 26, from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, August 27, from 1:30 to 2:00 p.m. for BMX Flatland demos by Alex Jumelin, followed by autograph sessions.

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Jackalope Festival 2023 Back in Montreal



After the successful Jackalope Festival in Virginia Beach, Canada’s ultimate action sports event is back to its original roots.

Jackalope Festival Montreal will be held August 25-27 at the Olympic Park Esplanade.

Now in its 11th year, the three-day event brings together the athletes and pros in skateboarding, bouldering, FMX, and base jumping.

Pedro Barros, Mitchie Brusco and Phil Dulude are expected to grace the festival. participants to perform in a cash-for-tricks best trick events in the bowl,

The festival also features pop-up shops, food trucks, and other activities. It is open to the public.

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