More sad news, the Fise Montpellier contest is cancelled for this year. BUT, the Fise crew are making the best out of the Covid-19 pandemic, read on….
“Many of you have been worried for some time about the current situation and its impact on FISE. We have considered all the possibilities and we have decided to offer you a fully digital edition of FISE Montpellier 2020.
FISE has been celebrating urban sports for more than 20 years now, bringing together more than 600,000 spectators to support the 2,000+ riders who attend every year.
This year, FISE will take a different form while remaining multi-disciplinary and open to male and female athletes, pros and amateurs. The prize money available will be the same amount per discipline as FISE Montpellier 2019.
Stay tuned to our social networks on May 20th for more information about the contest concept and terms.
In the meantime, take care of yourself and respect health regulations, we will need you all in great shape for the digital contest!”
The official One Love Jam edit just dropped, and it’s a banger! Good vibes and great riding from the biggest jam in flatland at the legendary elementary school riding spot in Newport Beach, California. Hit play, and get stoked!
The finals day at the UCI World Championships was a great day for flatland. The day started with Women’s flat and four riders knuckled down and give it their all, Irina Sadovnik was battling a knee injury and with the help of Trish and her medical skills she was able to ride. Sometimes when you are faced with a physical obstacle such as an injury your focus is heightened. The injuries were stacking up in China and kind of became one of the main topics of everyones discussions during the two week trip.
Lionel Cardoso on the MIC duties, and David on the decks. props to these guys who killed it throughout the series and the two weeks in China!
Congratulations to Dominik Nekolny who just won the 2019 UCI World Championship with a amazing flawless run and took the famous rainbow jersey. Dom was followed by Matthias Dandois and Moto Sasaki who both threw down flawless runs, the level of riding was one of the best I have ever judged. What a contest! Buzzing!
What a moment we just witnessed here in Chengdu, China! Irina Sadovnik battling a knee injury that kept her out of practise yesterday, had the run of her life riding flawless and taking the first Women’s UCI World Championship flatland title ahead of Misaki Katagiri and Julia Press. It’s party time for Irina! Pro finals up next….
It’s been a good day for Matthias Dandois, not only the release of his signature Vans shoe. Matthias took the top spot rocking some tasteful red Chanel sweatpants, followed by Dominik Nekolny and Alex Jumelin. Top eight make tomorrow’s final. Such an awesome contest.
It’s been a good day for the Frenchman, Matthias Dandois who not only announced the release of his signature shoe. Matthias just took the top spot at the UCI World Championships here in Chengdu, China. Top eight make tomorrow’s final.
Huge news today from Chengdu, China. Vans have just announced the signature Matthias Dandois Vans shoe. Is this the first signature flatland shoe?
I just got a first look here in the UCI flatland area, there’s a nice flatland specific detail to this shoe. A small protective area in the middle of the shoe to protect your foot against the fork. The black and pink colourway is dope, stoked for Matthias and flatland on this one. Well deserved!
Day 2 at the UCI World Championships in Chengdu, China was a good one. Starting once again wet with over night rain rearing it’s ugly head. In fact it seems to rain every evening here and certainly when it does, it clears the air.
We headed down to the contest in a shuttle at 8am ready for the 9-10am practise slot before qualifying started at 10am. 36 riders to get through, we were using live scoring in qualifying for the first time.
Congratulations to Benjamin Hudson who qualified first today at the UCI world championships here in Chengdu, China followed by Dominik Nekolny and Jean William Prevost who are both battling injuries, top 16 make tomorrow’s semi finals at 3pm.