Dozens of Firsts at the Inaugural Nitro World Games

By Charley Daniels | July 16, 2016

The greatest action sports competition ever went down Saturday night, as the inaugural Nitro World Games came to Salt Lake City and left a sea of broken records, stunned fans, and crazy moments in its wake. The complete list of competitors and winners is below.

With something like 32 World Firsts, it’s going to take some time to analyze every angle. But highlights of the night include an insane FMX double frontflip by Gregg Duffy, who won the FMX Best Trick competition. Josh Sheehan took home trophies in both FMX events, with a third in Best Trick and a second in FMX. The craziest event of the night might have been BMX Best Tricks, which saw six of eight athletes land triple backflips and a huge win for Ryan Williams, who took a commanding lead early on and kept it easily, sticking huge tricks including a nothing front bikeflip and a 1080 frontflip. And Colton Walker rode away with a win in BMX Triple Hit, despite being the youngest rider in that event.

FMX Best Trick:
Gregg Duffy – FIRST
Pat Bowden – SECOND
Josh Sheehan – THIRD
Harry Bink
Taka Higashino
Marc Pinyol
Jackson Strong
William Van den Putte

FMX:
Levi Sherwood – FIRST
Josh Sheehan – SECOND
Taka Higashino – THIRD 
Adam Jones
Javier Villegas
Rob Adelberg
Harry Bink
Libor Podmol

BMX Best Tricks:
Ryan Williams – FIRST
Kurtis Downs – SECOND
Gavin Godfrey – THIRD
Brandon Schmidt
Andy Buckworth
Jaie Toohey
Colton Satterfield
James Foster

BMX Triple Hit:
Colton Walker – FIRST
Logan Martin – SECOND
Alex Coleborn – THIRD
Brandon Loupos
Nick Bruce
Colton Satterfield
Daniel Sandoval
Pat Casey

Skateboard Best Tricks:
Elliot Sloan – FIRST
Clay Kreiner – SECOND
Trey Wood – THIRD
Italo Penarrubia
Mitchie Brusco
Rony Gomes
Beaver Fleming
Evan Doherty

Inline Best Tricks:
Chris Haffey – FIRST
Roman Abrate – SECOND
Dave Lang – THIRD
Wake Schepman
CJ Wellsmore

Scooter Best Tricks:
Capron Funk – FIRST
Jordan Clark – SECOND
Corey Funk – THIRD
Dakota Schuetz
Ryan Williams