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2004 Gravity Games

Kidzworld takes a look at the top athletes who'll be going for big air and burly tricks at the 2004 Gravity Games in Cleveland.

2004 Gravity Games - The Events

The Summer Gravity Games have said goodbye to wakeboarding and inline skating and will feature just three sports in 2004 - skateboarding, BMX and motocross. The skate competition will have a vert and a streetcourse event. BMX riders will compete on a street course, a vert halpipe and a dirt course. The freestyle motocross competitors will test themselves on a single course featuring massive gap jumps, ramps and other obstacles.

2004 Gravity Games - Who's Gonna Be There?

Pretty much every big rider from the world of skateboarding, BMX and motocross will be competing in Cleveland at the 2004 Gravity Summer Games. Skateboarder, Ryan Sheckler, will be trying to defend his title in the street competition, while Bucky Lasek will be trying to three-peat in the Gravity Games vert comp. The BMX events will feature top riders, Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist, while Nate Adams is one of the motocross maniacs you'll see trying to pull of backflips, 360s and superman grabs in the FMX event.

2004 Gravity Games - Where and When

The 2004 Summer Gravity Games run from September 15th to 19th in Cleveland. They'll be broadcast on television all around the world, so check your local TV listings for more info.

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