Since skate and bmx have become such popular sports, they have also qualified for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Both sports are already firmly established in many major competitions such as X games, Street League, Dew Tour and many others. We also have many important competitions at the world level in Europe, such as Copenhagen open, Mystic cup, Basel contest...
In Europe, the infrastructure suitable for practicing these sports is better taken care of, they have skate and bmx schools, clubs, competitions and many other events that allow city dwellers to choose between many sports activities. There is a serious lack of suitable infrastructure in Slovenia, which is why events, schools and clubs cannot be held. Due to our knowledge, experience and the great need to build suitable parks, our vision at Wallnut Skateparks is to build parks that are safe, enable long-term development of individuals and modern sports, and can be compared to parks in European cities.
The course of competition for Skate and bmx freestyle at the Olympic Games:
The skate competition will be divided into two branches:
The "Park" competition consists of two rounds: preliminaries and finals. In the preliminary competition, twenty competitors will compete in four rounds of five competitors. The first eight competitors from the overall ranking will qualify for the finals. In each round, the best of three 45-second runs count as their final score. The five judges use a point scale of 0-100.00. The highest and lowest scores for each run are not counted, the remaining three scores are averaged to two decimal places to determine the final score.
The "Street" competition consists of two rounds: preliminaries and finals. In the preliminary competition, twenty competitors will first compete in four rounds of five competitors each. The first eight from the overall ranking will qualify for the finals. In each round, competitors will perform two 45-second runs and five tricks. The five judges use a point scale from 0 to 10.0. The highest and lowest scores for each run or trick are not counted, and the remaining three are averaged to one decimal place to give the final score. In each round, the contestant's or trick's four highest scores are added to create their final round score.
Bmx freestyle competition:
Riders will take part in two 60-second rides, then be judged on their performance for each ride, and riders will be ranked based on their average score. The most successful rider will compete last in the final. This means that if the rider has a bad result in the first run, he has another run available. One of the tactics used by cyclists is to ride less risky at first, and then take full advantage of extraordinary tricks and originality. Riders who compete last, especially in the final, have an advantage because they see how the previous riders have done and take advantage of this by adjusting their tricks.