NITRO WORLD GAMES 2017

OFFICIAL RECAP

In 2017, the Nitro World Games returned to raise the bar again, and the results speak for themselves. The best athletes in the world in FMX, BMX, skate, and scooter converged on Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, for a single day of game-changing competition.

Standout moments were everywhere, but some highlights: Levi Sherwood repeated as champion of the Freestyle Motocross event on the back of a near flawless run that included a double backflip nac. Ryan Williams earned the BMX Best Trick title for the second year, and he also won the Scooter Best Trick event, becoming the first athlete to win two events in two disciplines at the Nitro World Games. In FMX Best Trick, Harry Bink landed the World First rock solid frontflip to win it all.

WATCH IT AGAIN

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2017 NITRO WORLD GAMES

2017 Freestyle Motocross Highlights

2017 BMX Best Trick Highlights

2017 Scooter Best Trick Highlights

2017 BMX Triple Hit Highlights

WINNERS & TOP FINISHERS

FMX BEST TRICK

Rank Name Score
1 Harry Bink 9.02
2 William Van Den Putte 8.99
3 Pat Bowden 8.88

BMX BEST TRICK

Rank Name Score
1 Ryan Williams 18.70
2 Brandon Loupos 18.22
3 Jaie Toohey 16.58

FREESTYLE MOTOCROSS

Rank Name Score
1 Levi Sherwood 71.63
2 Javier Villegas 67.65
3 Josh Sheehan 67.57

SCOOTER BEST TRICK

Rank Name Score
1 Ryan Williams 17.12
2 Tyler Chaffin 16.88
3 Cody Flom 16.50

BMX TRIPLE HIT

Rank Name Score
1 Colton Walker 9.50
2 Nick Bruce 9.42
3 Brian Fox 9.36

SKATE BEST TRICK

Rank Name Score
1 Elliot Sloan 7.52
2 Beaver Fleming 7.15
3 Andy Macdonald 7.09

Created by Nitro Circus and action sports icon Travis Pastrana, Nitro World Games pushes the limits of action sports competition. Featuring new big air formats, breakthrough ramp technology, and innovative judging criteria, Nitro World Games shifted the landscape for both athletes and the industry alike in its 2016 debut. 

STAY UP TO DATE
ON THE NITRO WORLD GAMES