FISE Edmonton is in the books and it was Brett Rheeder, who took home his second win at the FMB World Tour Gold event in front of a crowd at William Hawrelak Park in Edmonton, Canada! The 23-year-old was able to send an incredible run and showed once again why he is one of the best riders in the sport.

The dirtjump course with a step-down followed by three jumps was very challenging due to high winds. Already on Saturday, September 17th during the semi-finals the 31 competing athletes struggled with wind. Initially the finals on Sunday had to be cancelled due to the weather, thus results from the semi-finals counted as final results.

So at the end it was Canadian Brett Rheeder taking home Gold with an epic run showing a double truck driver of the step-down, followed by a 720 cork, an oppo 720 cork and finishing with a double backflip. This run scored him 95.00 points, ahead of Mehdi Gani (FRA) with 89.33 points on the second place and Nicholi Rogatkin (USA) took home bronze with 87.00 points.

FISE Edmonton results:

1. BRETT RHEEDER (CAN) – 96.00 PTS
2. MEHDI GANI (FRA) – 89.33 PTS
3. NICHOLI ROGATKIN (USA) – 87.00 PTS
4. TOMAS LEMOINE (FRA) – 86.00 PTS
5. ANTHONY MESSERE (CAN) – 85.00 PTS
6. REED BOGGS (USA) – 81.66 PTS
7. BRAYDEN BARRETT-HAY (CAN) – 81.00 PTS
8. MAXIMILIAN MEY (GER) – 79.66 PTS
9. LUKAS KNOPF (GER) – 79.00 PTS
10. ANTOINE BIZET (FRA) – 77.33 PTS
11. TOMAS ZEJDA (CZE) – 75.33 PTS
12. DREW BEZANSON (CAN) – 74.33 PTS
13. DJ BRANDT (USA) – 73.33 PTS
14. PAUL GENOVESE (CAN) – 71.33 PTS
15. SIMON PAGES (FRA) – 68.33 PTS

Brett Rheeder’s winning run

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