- Scooter World Championships, skate, bmx, breaking, cockfighting, Basket 3×3, live concerts, graffiti, mega ramp… The ultimate extreme event.
2021 marked a turning point and Extreme Barcelona gave a twist in its offer to go towards culture and urban music, with new content that completed the offer of this great event. Of course, there was no shortage of competitions of the highest level.
Top international level competitions, the best came together at Extreme Barcelona.
The catalog of competitions that Extreme Barcelona had prepared for its 2021 edition is very extensive, and most importantly, of the highest level. In one week landed competitions such as the Scooter World Championships with three official competitions (Park Men, Park Women, Street Men) that came under the seal of the International World Skate Federation and the Spanish Skating Federation (the first stone to convert the scooter in Olympic sport will be in the Parc del Forum), the BMX Park competition with category C1 and flagged by the international cycling union (UCI BMX Freestyle), and male and female skateboarding competitions with some top-level representatives.
The Action Space Mega Ramp World ‘s Best Trick is one of the great novelties that left its mark, the first megaramp in Barcelona since the X Games 2013 in Barcelona. It was CRAZY!
Breaking broke into the last edition of Extreme Barcelona. This urban discipline is scheduled as an Olympic sport in Paris 2024, and the Extreme Barcelona has witnessed the flow that will squander the best b-boys and b-girls of the national scene.
Finally, basketball also sneaked into the sporting offer of Extreme Barcelona. The Caixabank 3×3 plaza was the playing field for the new talents of Basket. Four courts ready to crown the best team.
Flexin’ at Extreme Barcelona
Flex is the word that was used to define the new bet of Extreme Barcelona. The Flex Moments were the big bet for urban music of the past 2021 in a new format of flash concerts (15 minutes) with great emerging artists who enlivened the warmups before the finals. Sofia Gabanna, Mishii, NFX, Lauren Nine or Juicy Bae are some of the names confirmed for this first edition.
As if that wasn’t enough, the public could also enjoy the Hot Wheels Kids area, where the little ones could take their first steps in urban sports, and the open miniramp, which could be enjoyed by all attendees who felt like doing some tricks during the breaks between competitions.
The final climax of the party was in charge of Urban Roosters and the best freestylers of the national scene.
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