The audience in Osijek could not put their hands down for their favorite from Varaždin, and they were lured by the best BMX riders from America to Europe, led by young hopes – Kieran Reilly who won silver, Best trick and Big air with a jump of 4.1 meters, and bronze that went to Jacob Thiem from the United States. In the earlier amateur competition, next to 2 Hungarians, the third place was won by the biggest hope from Osijek, a 12-year-old Maksim Getoš.
Graffiti with motifs of extreme sports and B-Boying dancers created a colorful and rhythmic foundation for the finals in the crowded Skate discipline in which Jan Hoffman, Bruno Vranić and Petar “best trick” Spiedlick ground in the park with the winner Chris Khan.
After an introduction to the Scooter discipline, which was dominated by young Czechs led by Filip Blaha, top Inliners take the stage – Jaro Frijn, Jacob Juul, and Tin Hadžiomerspahić, while Joe Atkinson and fearless Frenchman shared the prize for best trick after a tight finale.
Another edition of the festival of unbreakable character started with a traditional exhibition of extreme photographs, a press conference, and a party with DJs from Osijek.
Compliance with epidemiological measures to enter Pannonian Challenge XXII Since more than 100 spectators are allowed to attend sports competitions and trainings only in compliance with epidemiological measures, the upcoming 22nd Pannonian Challenge will be fully organized in accordance with the recommendations, protecting the health of visitors and competitors. In accordance with the latest decision […]
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“Extreme is the new normal“ – so concluded yet another edition of the beloved extreme sports festival. In completing the magical circle of Pannonian Challenge, its final winner was born in 1999, the same year the story of the indomitable festival began.
Jack Clark from Great Britain won gold medal, while Croatian star Marin Ranteš finished third after the fall in first run.
Skaters wasted no time under Osijek’s sweltering sun, practicing and taking in the smoothness of Osijek’s skatepark.
With him, in Osijek came Jacob Juul from Denmark, Joe Atkinson from England, Diako Diaby from France and Jara Mrstny from Czech Republic, while the best Croatian riders – Sven Buršić and Tin Hadžiomerspahić almost climbed the podium.
This year’s 21st edition of the biggest extreme sports festival in this part of Europe will take place on a new-old date, at the end of the summer.