X Games 2012 Results
X Games 2012 is in the record books and it was a roller coaster as usual. At the games in Los Angeles, there was a 6 peat champion performance, a new world record, and new youngest athletes to ever take on the comeptition at the games ever. Here are the results...
Youngest X Gamer Ever
Jagger Eaton, 11, became the youngest comeptitor at the X Games ever. Jagger is a skateboard wizard and he took on all of his skateboarding heros and lost... but don't worry Jags, time is definitely on your side!
Big Time Talent
Paul "P-Rod" Rodriguez picked up his fourth Skateboard Street gold, giving him the record for the most Skateboard Street gold medals in X Games.
Mitchie Brusco, 15, landed the first MegaRamp 900 in X Games competition during the Skateboard Big Air Eliminations on Thursday. Also during eliminations, Tom Schaar, 12, landed two 900s in the second heat.
Jamie Bestwickreminded everyone what it means to be untouchable. The 40-year-old schooled his challengers by 14 points to complete just the second six-peat in X Games history Saturday night. The other six-peat champions are Tony Hawk and Andy McDonald and next year, Jamie has a chance to become the only 7-peat champion at the Games.
With his undefeated streak in X Games BMX Street hanging in the balance, Garrett Reynolds delivered the highest-scoring run of an exciting final to win his fifth straight gold medal and barely hold off X Games rookie Chad Kerley.
The battle between Ronnie Renner and Matt Buyten continued as the two went jump-for-jump in Sony Moto X Step up Friday, with Ronnie ultimately beating Matt's 2011 37-foot record-breaking jump by 10 feet.
World Record Whirl
Tanner Foust and Greg Tracy drove side-by-side around a double vertical 66-foot Hot Wheels loop to set a world record on Saturday in front of a large crowd.
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