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X Games Minneapolis 2018 - Day Four News & Results
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Monday, July 23, 2018
Huston Claims Eighth Gold in Monster Energy Men’s Skateboard Street, Zeuner Repeats Gold in Women’s Skateboard Park.
After four days of non-stop action, X Games Minneapolis 2018 came to an end on Sunday evening with finals in Women’s Skateboard Street, Toyota Men’s BMX Park, Harley-Davidson Flat Track and Hooligan Racing as well as one of the biggest events of the weekend, the Monster Energy Men’s Skateboard Street Final. All told, more than 119,000 fans attended this year’s event in the Twin Cities.
For many, the most anticipated competition of the weekend was the Monster Energy Men’s Skateboard Street Final. Returning to the top of the podium for the eighth time,
dominated the course with his consistent, technical skating. With his last win at X Games Oslo in 2016, Huston was on a mission, executing a flawless run highlighted by a smooth 180 switch krooked grind-to-forward and a nollie heelflip noseblunt slide at the end of his run. Putting in a valiant effort for silver was the up and coming
whose switch kickflip lipslide sealed his score of 90.33. Earning bronze was last year’s winner
- “It just gets crazier every year! It’s definitly not as easy as it once was… I feel like an old man out here.”
- “This is huge! To be on the podium with the pro’s is amazing!”
Just prior was the Women’s Skateboard Park Final where 14-year-old
defended her title from last year. Proving that she can handle all aspects of the course, Zeuner came out with a backside 360 melon grab, a kickflip and an overall masterful flow of the transitions to score 90.33 on her second run. Meanwhile, rookie
took her tiny 4’5” frame to the course with a barrage of switch tricks and a backside 540 for a impressive showing at her first X Games, earning a 85.33. Japan’s
took bronze with a score of 82.33.
- “I’m just doing what I love. I’m still humble and still the same person!”
After a successful inaugural year in 2017 followed by this weekends spectacular, X Games will return for two more years through 2020, ensuring a proud and supportive home for the world’s premier action sports competition.
Monster Energy Men’s Skateboard Street
. Nyjah Huston, 93.00 (USA)
. Jagger Eaton, 90.33 (USA)
. Kelvin Hoefler, 89.66 (BRA)
. Yuto Horigome, 89.00 (JPN)
. Shane O’neil, 82.66 (AUS)
. Vincent Miou, 79.33 (FRA)
. Alec Majerus, 66.00 (USA)
. Zion Wright, 62.00 (USA)
Women’s Skateboard Park Final
. Brighton Zuener, 90.33 (USA)
. Sabre Norris, 85.33 (AUS)
. Sakura Yosozumi, 82.33 (JPN)
. Yndiara Asp, 81.00 (BRA)
. Nicole Hause, 79.33 (USA)
. Poppy Star Olsen, 74.66 (AUS)
. Lizzie Armanto, 67.00 (USA)
. Jordyn Barratt, 61.66 (USA)
Nyjah Huston wins Men’s Skateboard Street gold | X Games Minneapolis 2018
Brighton Zeuner wins Women’s Skateboard Park gold | X Games Minneapolis 2018
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