- Gregg Duffy
- Pat Bowden
- Josh Sheehan
About FMX Best Trick
Each athlete will get two attempts to execute the best trick (or tricks) of their choice. An independent judging panel will score tricks in real-time based on the overall impression of the trick, which is defined as degree of difficulty, extension, length of hold, landing spot, landing execution, and height. Only the highest score of the two attempts will be counted for each athlete, and the athlete who achieves the highest scoring trick out of 10 will be the winner of the event.
The ramp setup will include one landing with four different ramps, each optimized for different types of tricks, such as front flip, double front flip or double backflip combinations. The takeoff and landing ramps will be at least an incredible 50 percent bigger than any ramp setup that has ever been hit before. This will be a one-of-a-kind setup, and officials anticipate that every trick in the finals will be a world first.Read More