-Guifré Obradors, Pau Sala, Fernando Castillo and Pol Palau, Cristian Sánchez and Josep Cotanda were the most outstanding names of the day.
– The Park premiered in 2019 is already one of the most powerful facilities in Catalonia in the only appointment of the Barcelonés.


Palau Solità i Plegamans was the fourth stop of this competition where the best riders of the Catalan territory fight to get the qualifying places for the Extreme Barcelona. It was a day where the heat gave no respite, but nothing slows down the scooter, bmx and skateboard riders who demonstrated their great talent leaving rounds and incredible best tricks to each and every one of the modules of the Park. A Park premiered in 2019 and is already one of the most powerful facilities in Catalonia being the only appointment in the Barcelonès area of this Esportcat.

The Scooter had once again a clear dominator: Guifré Obradors, the natural rider of Navàs, who showed why he is the runner-up of the world, winning the race with great clarity. The Navàs rider is still two steps ahead of his rivals demonstrating in every competition and in every module his spectacular skill on the Scooter.

The BMX was a great test with a great variety of tricks and style of each of the participating riders. As always Pau Sala, Fernando Castillo and Pol Palau were three of the big names who gave everything to get the victory, three riders who never give up and improve every day to leave the skin on the track.

To finish the great day of urban sports, the skaters invaded with their talent and creativity the Park of Palau Solità and Plegamans. A veteran as Cristian Sanchez was the great dominator of the test, with his student, Liam Recorbet, occupying the second position and with Josep Cotanda closing the podium. Cotanda with this third position takes the lead in the overall standings in the absence of a single test before reaching the event for which all are fighting. In the skate competition we had the mayor of Palau Solità and Plegamans Oriol Lozano and the Director of the Catalan Sports Council Aleix Villatoro who did not want to miss the young promises skating on the Park.

The overall standings are very tight with only one race to go, which will be held on September 2 in Calafell, just two weeks before Extreme Barcelona. Remember that only the best classified in the four disciplines will get a place to compete in the Extreme Barcelona, one of the biggest events in southern Europe that this year celebrates its fifteenth anniversary from 15 to 17 September in the Catalan capital.

The riders will go to Calafell still with everything to decide and chances to get the coveted pass to show their talent on the same stage that will tread the great international promises of the Urban Sports.