Five days, five sports and 500,000 people make FISE one of the best action sports occasions on the calendar and the 2014 edition certainly proved that. We have rounded up all the news and results from the key events and added all the best highlights so you can catch up on all the hours of action in just a few minutes.
With the best athletes in the world making the trip to France for FISE you have to do something special to win each event and as a result some of the finals runs below and highlights are something truely special. Enjoy!
An unbelievable finals run from Alex Coleborn earned him the Freegun Air Spine Pro title on Sunday as the Brit rider topped the podium ahead of Daniel Dhers and Logan Martin.
The Total BMX rider also held off the challenge of Mark Webb – who returned to competition for the first time in a year following a long injury layoff.
Click here to watch Coleborn’s insane final run.
Martin made it to the top of the podium later on however as he stomped two perfect final runs to win the BMX Park competition in front of a massive audience.
One of the most popular events of the weekend, the finals attracted huge crowds and they were not disappointed with the Australian’s finals performance, worthy of a 95.67.
The 20-year-old did enough to hold off Dhers who was close behind on 93.67 and Kevin Peraza who finished third.
Click here to witness Martin’s massive finals performance.
Click here for FULL HIGHLIGHTS of the BMX Park comp
Meanwhile on Sunday, Alex Jumelin blew the competition away to lift the Flatland title and get the BMX program off to a flying start at FISE.
Ikeda Takahiro of Japan finished second and Dutch rider Dez Maarsen completed the podium.
Click here to see Jumelin’s epic final performance.
Thomas Genon won the mountain bike slopestyle contest at FISE for the second year in a row with victory in the first FMB World Tour Gold event of 2014.
The Belgian looked in top form as the first Diamond event of 2014, Crankworx Les Deux Alpes, approaches, seeing off second-placed Martin Soderstrom and 19-year-old Anton Thelander to top the podium.
However, Soderstrom will be delighted to have only narrowly missed out on the top spot considering FISE was his 2014 contest debut following an injury late last year.
Click here for Genon’s epic winning final run.
Teenager Daniel Grant justified his world number one title with a dominant performance in the Wakeboard Pro finals on Sunday.
The 16-year-old from Newcastle, England went one better than he did last year, beating German Nico Von Lerchenfeld to the top of the podium, with fellow Brit Julian Cohen finishing third.
Click here for Grant’s winning finals runs.
Romain Godenaire won both the Slopestyle and Spine events to dominate the Roller proceedings at FISE throughtout the weekend.
The French skater claimed his first title with victory in Slopestyle over Yuma Baudoin and Stephane Alfano on Saturday.
He then topped the podium in the Spine event by just one point ahead of Anthony Avella and 15-year-old Nicolas Servy.
The Roller Park Pro was won by Alfano who beat CJ Wellsmore and Maxime Genoud with an impressive 90.33 on Friday.
Click here to watch Godenaire’s Slopestyle finals run.
Click here to watch Alfano win the Roller Park Pro.
Dannie Carlsen claimed the first pro skate prize on offer at FISE with an impressive opening finals run in the Park Pro event on Thursday.
The Danish skater fell during his second attempt but his first score of 94.33 was more than enough to see off Danny Leon and Julien Bechet. 19-year-old Leon from Madrid finished runner-up with Bechet rounding off the podium in third.
Elsewhere, 16-year-old Vincent Matheron saw off much more experienced competition to claim the Spine Pro event ahead of Max Verohanitra and Stephen Boussac on Saturday.
Click here to watch Carlsen’s title worthy final run.