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Kia World Extreme Games 2015 in Shanghai(2)

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Kia World Extreme Games 2015

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  • 2015.05.01-2015.05.03
  • KIC Jiangwan Sports Centre
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Kia World Extreme Games 2015 will be held at the Oriental Tower from April 28th to 29th and at KIC Jiangwan Sports Centre, Shanghai from on May 1st to and May 3rd 2015.

 

About Kia World Extreme Games

The Kia World Extreme Games is the most prestigious multi-event, action sports competition in Asia, and will be staged in Shanghai, China for the ninth time since 2007.

 

After having been successfully held in Shanghai for the past eight years, Kia World Extreme Games was regarded as Shanghai’s annual top 12 international events in 2014, alongside events such as F1 Chinese Grand Prix and Shanghai Rolex Masters etc.

 

Nearly 200 best action sport athletes from almost 30 countries and regions will compete in BMX freestyle, skateboarding and speed climbing across 2 event venues: The Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower (Vert Finals) and KIC Jiangwan Sports Centre (other Competitions).

 

Action sport big names, including Chris Cole, Vince Byron, Trey Wood, Jimmy Wilkins and Filipe Gustavo. are confirmed to come and compete. Also, BMX legend Mat Hoffman will appear onsite as the event’s ambassador and head judge for BMX category.

 

Regarded as one of the premier global action sports competition in the world, the Kia World Extreme Games will be televised live from May 1st to May 3rd on FOX SPORTS’ networks across Asia as well as SMG’s Great Sports, and will be also recorded for broadcast on CCTV 5 and other local TV stations. The event will also be broadcast on FOX International Networks in North and South America, Australia, Middle East and Africa as well as on Fuel TV Europe.

 

Kia Motors is the Title Sponsor of the event.

 

Event Highlights

Addition of downtown iconic venue: Vert Competition @ Oriental Pearl TV Tower (OPT)

Revolutionarised Street Course @Sunken Plaza of KIC Jiangwan Stadium

Press conference and pre-event promotion with Extreme Carnival @ Oriental Pearl Tower 

Vert Demo Launch: Oriental Pearl Jam 

First ever online extreme sports video contest project from March to May, 2015

 

Sports and Competition

Categories (3): Skateboard, BMX Freestyle, Speed Climbing (Male, Female)

 

Disciplines (8): Skateboard Street, Skateboard Vert, Skateboard Mini-MegaRampTM ; BMX Street, BMX Vert, BMX Mini-MegaRampTM, Men Speed Climbing, Women Speed Climbing

 

Sports Exhibitions:

Freestyle Motocross

Aggressive Inline

Multi Sports Mini-Mega Jam

Five (5) days event, 28th-29th Apr (Tuesday to Wednesday) @ OPT

1st-3rd May (Friday to Sunday) @ KIC Jiangwan Sports Centre

 

Prize Purse: US$200,000

 

Participating Countries and Regions:

Australia, Brazil, China, Chinese Taipei, Columbia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, India, Japan, Korea, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Philippines, New Zealand, South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Ukraine, United States of America, Venezuela and etc.

 

Venue:

Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower, Shanghai, China

No.1 Century Avenue, Pudong New District, Shanghai, PRC

KIC Jiangwan Sports Centre, Shanghai, China

346 Guohe Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai, PRC

 

Background of Sport Event:

BMX Freestyle: BMX Freestyle evolved from BMX (bicycle motocross) racing in the early 1980s. Racing has been around since the ’70s, with the first official BMX heavy-duty bike frames replacing the traditional modified Stingrays in 1973. 1983 saw the first exclusively freestyle bikes coming off the production line. By 1984 some of the first freestyle competitions were held in skate parks. By 1986 sponsorship began pouring into freestyle. Throughout the 1970s racing grew in popularity until it had become a sizeable, established sport.

 

Skateboard: Surfing is the biological father of skateboarding. During the late ’50s and into the ’60s American su rfing music and movies fuelled the trend. Kids began to look for ways to recreate the feeling of riding a wave on land. Soon they were experimenting with surfboard-like designs. The first commercial skateboard, the Roller Derby, hit store shelves in 1959. Key advances in the sport included the aerial, the invert and the Ollie, which may be the single most important trick in the evolution of skateboarding, next to the Kickflip.

 

Speed Climbing: Mountaineering, the original form of climbing, dates back to the late 1700s, when the French reached the peak of Mont Blanc (4,500 meters). Around thi s time, mountaineering evolved into “rock climbing” as climbers turned their focus to long crack lines on soaring stone walls. Bouldering (climbing small rocks without a rope for protection) saw a surge of popularity, until it became a sport in its own right. Once again, the French evolved climbing even further with “sport climbing”. Instead of placing gear for each climb and then removing it after the climb was over, the French began to “bolt” climbs with permanent fixtures. Now climbing was safer than ever before and climbers could focus solely on overcoming the technical difficulties of the route.

 

FMX (Freestyle Motorcross): Motocross racing was born in Europe after World War II and has since grown into a true global phenomenon as well as an integral part of America’s passion for motorsports. The popularity of motocross burst into the scene in the 1980s, became more mainstream in the 1990s and was added to the X Games roster in 1999. Big Air (also known as Best Trick), in which each rider gets three jumps — usually covering more than 60 feet (18 m) — from a dirt-covered ramp.

 

About Kia Motors Corporation

Kia Motors Corporation – a maker of quality vehicles for the young-at-heart – was founded in 1944 and is Korea's oldest manufacturer of motor vehicles. Over 2.7 million Kia vehicles a year are produced in 10 manufacturing and assembly operations in five countries which are then sold and serviced through a network of distributors and dealers covering around 150 countries. Kia today has around 48,000 employees worldwide and annual revenues of over US$43 billion. It is the major sponsor of the Australian Open and an official automotive partner of FIFA – the governing body of the FIFA World Cup™.

 

Kia Motors Corporation's brand slogan – " The Power to Surprise" – represents the company's global commitment to surprise the world by providing exciting and inspiring experiences that go beyond expectations.

 

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