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Jamie Bestwick never thought he would become a BMX legend. He never pushed himself to have a career as the most dominant BMX rider on the vert ramp… it just happened naturally. Now, for almost a decade… nobody can beat him.
Laird Hamilton is the biggest wave riding hero ever. No one has mastered the art of surfing big waves like Laird. He has traveled the World and surfed every known big wave any country has to offer… and he still lives to tell his stories.
Shaun Tomson was not your average surfer. He was a World Champion surfer in the 1970s, but he didn’t fit the Hippy-Stereotype of the surfers of that era… he was a professional clean-cut, well-spoken gentleman with elegance and grace. He would win many competitions, but it was his style and character that would become most famous amongst other surfers. Now he is a legend of the surfing culture.
With his long red hair and need for speed, Shaun White has become known as the Flying Tomato on the ski hills and now he is one of the greatest extreme sport athletes in the world. He is winning gold medals at the Olympics in Snowboarding and now he is challenging the X games to pick up more gold in skateboarding.
They called him the Babe Ruth of BMX. His was known as Stompin Stu Thomsen and he dominated the bicycle motocross events for the first 10 years of the sport and now he is one of the biggest legends to have ever ridden a BMX bike.
Tony Hawk might be the most famous “Tony” in the World, but he might have never even become famous if it weren’t for Tony Alva and the Z-boys of Dogtown, California. Tony Alva was one of the first pioneers that turned skateboarding from a boring speed race on a narrow track to radical shredding in swimming pools
Mitchie Brusco is a 13 year old skateboarder on the rise at the Gatorade Free Flow tour right now. He is a sponsored skate vert athlete who has been crowned King of the Groms multiple times. Let’s have a little chat with Mitchie and find out who this next big star is…
It starts with a whistle. Women burst into flight on roller skates. Round and round they go. Broken noses… purple bruises… they fight through body checks, duck under airborne opponents and it’s all for the love of a great sport. The Roller Derby is on the rise all over the World as a professional sport for women
The Sports Video Vault is Kidzworld’s new series of telling sports stories through videos circulating the web. We’re searching for the funniest bloopers and the most spectacular plays that are getting tons of hits on the Internet. Here’s our first Top 10 Sports Videos on the Net
There is a new video circulating the Internet called Indian Pole Gymnastics, and it is so amazing that Kidzworld has decided to investigate this strange foreign sport. The video is AMAZING and it’s really cool to see something different… it’s called Mallakhamb
His name is Jensen Kimmitt. He’s sick, wicked and wild. He’s got style and grace. He is so mesmerizing, you’ll burn your french toast. I’m not talking about a superhero. I’m talking about a yo-yo master. Jensen is the new yo-yo king of the world and he is in a league of his own
They call her “Super-Woman” of surfing. Her name is Maya Gabeira and she is one of the very few female surfers that have the guts to ride Waimea, Teahupoo and other massive waves only ridable via jet-ski towing.
Alright ya “Noodle Head”… if you really want to strap yourself to a loud dragonfly-buzzing dirt bike, try to fly mach 3 through the forest, and fly 50 feet off monster jumps, you need to prepare yourself or you’re gonna get hurt. Here’s the 411 on Dirt Bikes
The most exciting event at the X Games 16 in Los Angeles had to be 15-year-old Pedro Barros winning the gold medal of the skateboarding park. Pedro shocked everyone! He is the new young hero that overcame all odds and beat the best skaters of the World, and he made it look easy.
It’s summer and you’re bored with your X-box, playstation and DS… why not build yourself a soapbox racecar?!?! It’s a great way to catch some rays, spend some time with dad in the garage, or just learn about gravity and the dynamics of some hot wheels.
X Games 16 is rocking it in Los Angeles for the Long Weekend. There are some pretty big names old and new coming to the World’s stage of action sports so if you want to check some of them out, here’s who to look for
15-year old Brett “Mad Dog” Banasiewicz became the youngest person to ever win a BMX Competition as he pulled off a major victory in Soldier Field, Chicago at Nike’s 6.0 BMX Dew Tour. Brett also became the youngest Dew Tour winner by narrowly beating out all the top dogs in the Dirt Competition.
Learning how to surf isn’t easy. Surfing is one of the most complicated phenomenons in the World of Sports, but once you learn the secret to catching wave… it’s just like riding a bicycle.
American Brett Banasiewicz landed the “Cash Roll” and he takes out World Champ Daniel Dhers for 1st place at the BMX Masters in Germany. The “Cash Roll” has never been landed in BMX compeition but Brett pulled it off making him the undisputed champion of the World in BMX biking.
Wanna be a pro skater? You got to get yourself known. The best way to get known is to show people your stuff. It’s time to make a video and get you onto youtube