The only competition of the day, BMX Street, saw Garrett Reynolds make history with his fifteenth X Games gold medal. With the win, Reynolds ties Shaun White for most gold X Games medals which White has held since 2013. His second run was enough for gold, including a Toothhanger to barspin, G-turn toothpick, barspin, opposite barspin to manual to railride to double barspin, 180 barspin to crooked grind to 180 out, barspin to crankarm, uprail to hard 180 down whip, feeble grind to hard 360 and finishing with a 540. Reynolds has won 13 of the 17 times BMX Street has been contested at X Games. The youngest rider in the field, Felix Prangenberg and Devon Smilie each earned their fourth X Games medals, with silver and bronze respectively.
X Games action continues live from the California Training Facility tomorrow with Women’s Skateboard Park, BMX Park, Men’s Skateboard Street, Skateboard Street Best Trick and Dave Mirra’s BMX Park Best Trick live on ABC, ESPN and ESPN+.
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1. Garrett Reynolds (USA)
2. Felix Prangenberg (GER)
3. Devon Smilie (USA)
4. Broc Raiford (USA)
5. Chad Kerley (USA)
6. Justin Spriet (USA)
7. Matt Ray (USA)
8. Kevin Peraza (MEX)
9. Jordan Godwin (GBR)
10. Lewis Mills (AUS)
Gold – Garrett Reynolds
Silver – Felix Prangenberg
Bronze – Devon Smilie