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Red Bull Roller Coaster

Red Bull Roller Coaster

Good news for skateboard fans! Following its spectacular debut at MASH 2018, Red Bull Roller Coaster will be returning to the rolling green hills of the Olympic Park Munich.

Combining elements of transition and street skating, this contest pits competitors against each other on a unique downhill course that more than deserves its name: Red Bull Roller Coaster. Skaters will this year once again have the opportunity to show who is the best both on the street and in the bowl in a sick contest bringing together the best of both disciplines. In 2018 Red Bull Roller Coaster saw some of the world’s best skaters thrill tens of thousands of fans on some seriously challenging terrain. For 2019 the core elements of this course have been retained, while other aspects have been improved or added to create a smooth line with new obstacles and trick options.

Among those returning to the Olympic Park this year will be Jake Ilardi (USA), winner of the 2018 contest. He will be looking to defend his title as “best allround skater”, but he will be up against some seriously stiff competition, including last year’s finalists Danny Leon (ESP) and Alex Sorgente (USA) as well as female pro skaters Fabiana Delfino (USA) and Candy Jacobs (NL).

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Wakeboard Park

Wakeboard Park

Insane wakeboard action on the Olympic Lake! The Wakeboard Park Contest is back in 2019 with not one, not two but three brand new signature features. All of the riders lining up at MASH this year will be riding these features for the first time. We don’t want to give away too many details in advance, but rest assured that all three obstacles guarantee plenty of airtime, sick tricks and some stylish rail action.

New for 2019 is also the fact that for the first time the Olympic Lake will also welcome the best female wakeboarders in the world for a separate women’s contest. Who will walk away as the first winner? One thing is for sure – the Wakeboard Park Contest will once again present wakeboard action of the very highest standard with the top men and women from around the world throwing down in the beautiful surroundings of the Olympic Park Munich.

 

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WAKEBOARD PARK FINAL

BMX Lake Line

BMX Lake Line

BMX - the next chapter! After the Spine Ramp in 2017 and BMX Park in 2018 on a floating course in the middle of the Olympic Lake, this year MASH is set to welcome a brand new contest with more tricks and action than ever before.

BMX Lake Line is the name of this new format. It brings together twelve of the world’s best freestyle BMX riders on a course measuring over 100 metres in length. The start is on top of an eight-metre-high tower, which gives the riders plenty of speed as they head into three jumps, followed by two gaps, a box and the final quarter wallride combo, where those with enough energy can pick up valuable points. Fans can look forward to tricks galore on this insane set-up.

This year once again MASH is delighted to welcome some of the top names in the international freestyle BMX scene, including the insanely talented Tom van den Bogaard from the Netherlands and top German freestyler Paul Thölen.

SEMI FINAL  Saturday, 29 June, 14.30 - 16.00 hrs

Location:  Olympic Lake (close to Coubertin Square)

Athletes:  12

Heats:  2 heats with 6 athletes in each heat

Format:  Each athlete has three runs.

Judging: Each athlete best run counts; the eight athletes with the highest ranked runs progress to the Final.

 

BEST TRICK  Saturday, 29 June,  following the SEMI FINAL until 16.30 hrs 

Location:  Olympic Lake (close to Coubertin Square)

Athletes:  12

Format:  25-minute jam session with all athletes

Judging:  The athlete with the best trick in the jam session wins the contest.

 

FINAL  Sunday, 30 June, 16.00 - 17.30 hrs

Location:   Olympic Lake (close to Coubertin Square)

Athletes:  8

Heats:  1 heat with 8 athletes

Starting order:  Lowest to highest ranking from Semi Final-Round (eight-placed athlete rides first)

Format:  Each athlete has three runs.

Judging:  Each Athlete best run counts; the athlete with the highest points wins the contest.

 

GOOD TO KNOW

Judging for Best Trick: Three judges decide which is the most difficult and risky trick performed in the jam session. There are no points. The judges decide which trick they think was the best one.

Judging for Semi Final/Final: The judges award points (0-100) for each individual run. The rider with the highest number of points (max. 100) wins.

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