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The biggest names in BMX, Moto and Skate will converge on Spotless Stadium from October 19 – 21 for three-days of adrenalin charged action at X Games Sydney. X Games Sydney will see the world’s best male and female action sports athletes battle it out for X Games gold across three riveting days of competition at Sydney’s iconic Olympic Park precinct. Despite having a long and accomplished history at X Games, this will be the first time the ESPN juggernaut has travelled to Australia. With BMX and skateboarding now included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the stage is set for one of the most anticipated X Games in the sports 22-year history.

Headlining the show will be US skate sensation Nyjah Huston. The Californian native is hero to millions of millennials around the globe. Since storming onto the skate scene as a 11-year-old, the Californian native has claimed 11 X Games medals, including seven gold. Now 24, Huston boasts more than 2.4million Instagram followers and an army of endorsement deals to rival the biggest names in world sport. Spearheading Australia’s assault in Sydney will be Moto X superstars Josh Sheehan, Jackson Strong and our only gold medallist from X Games Minneapolis 2017, Jarryd McNeil. The fun and excitement won’t be limited to the dirt, street and big ramps, with X Fest set to give fans of all ages an opportunity to experience the true X Games atmosphere. X Fest will feature live music performances on Friday and Saturday night as well as athlete autograph signing sessions and a host of activations running all day long.

Tickets for X Games Sydney are still available through www.ticketek.com/xgames



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The biggest names in BMX, Moto and Skate will converge on Spotless Stadium from October 19 – 21 for three-days of adrenalin charged action at X Games Sydney. X Games Sydney will see the world’s best male and female action sports athletes battle it out for X Games gold across three riveting days of competition at Sydney’s iconic Olympic Park precinct. Despite having a long and accomplished history at X Games, this will be the first time the ESPN juggernaut has travelled to Australia. With BMX and skateboarding now included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the stage is set for one of the most anticipated X Games in the sports 22-year history.

Headlining the show will be US skate sensation Nyjah Huston. The Californian native is hero to millions of millennials around the globe. Since storming onto the skate scene as a 11-year-old, the Californian native has claimed 11 X Games medals, including seven gold. Now 24, Huston boasts more than 2.4million Instagram followers and an army of endorsement deals to rival the biggest names in world sport. Spearheading Australia’s assault in Sydney will be Moto X superstars Josh Sheehan, Jackson Strong and our only gold medallist from X Games Minneapolis 2017, Jarryd McNeil. The fun and excitement won’t be limited to the dirt, street and big ramps, with X Fest set to give fans of all ages an opportunity to experience the true X Games atmosphere. X Fest will feature live music performances on Friday and Saturday night as well as athlete autograph signing sessions and a host of activations running all day long.

Tickets for X Games Sydney are still available through www.ticketek.com/xgames



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