Monday, December 10, 2018 - 13:05
Roller Princess Manon Derrien is carving the way for women in Roller sport and is already excited for next year’s FISE World Series – and the last season of Game of Thrones. Let’s just call her the real-life Daenerys.
After she won the overall 2018 FISE World Series Women’s Roller title, we caught up with Manon to learn a little bit more about the woman off the blades. 

Favourite stop on the 2018 FISE World Series tour?  

Hiroshima, because it was my first time in Japan. 

Favourite way to spend your free time?  

Spending time with my friends! 

What is one thing most people don’t know about you?  

Most of the time I wear children shoes... 

Would you rather stay in a 5-star hotel or camp under the stars?  

Depends on the moment but I would say a camp under the stars! 

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go?  

I would love to visit every single place in Japan! 

One thing you could never give up?  

Falling on my butt / cleaning spots with it! 

If you could invite any 3 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would you invite?  

Freddy Mercury, Etta James and my Grandpa (I would love to show him who I have become). 

What current trend don’t you like?  

I have no idea! 

What is your comfort food?  

Bread & French cheese 

Fill in the blank: The best thing that happened in 2018 was ___: 

Adding women to the Roller Freestyle World Cup in the FISE World!!! 

Favourite time of year?  

Spring, because it means contest time and that I’m going to see my friends there! Also because the weather is much better! 

Favourite toy you had as a child?  

My big brothers! 

Biggest challenge so far?  

Develop my sport for women and make them want to try! 

Who got you into skating?  

My friends from school. 

Describe your perfect day:  

Waking up early, having a big breakfast, big session with my friends, party and then why not – karaoke! 

If you could be anyone or anything for one day, who/what would you be?   

Julien Cudot, I could learn all of his tricks (spins) and I could do it by myself after one day (or at least a few!). 

Sweet or salty?  


What makes you angry?  

People who throw away their garbage / plastic bags /cigarette butts everywhere… 

What was the last item you purchased?  

A cuddly toy for my friends’ baby J. 

Most romantic date you’ve been on?  

No one comes to mind... 

What are you most excited for next year?  

The FISE World Series 2019 and… The last season of Game of Thrones! 
You can watch Manon take on the Roller scene on her Instagram.
Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 13:06
If you are in search of Christmas gift ideas look no further! We have made a selection for all FISE and extreme sports fans!
If you're panicking about having to buy Christmas presents, or you do not know what to put on your Wishlist here are some ideas:

1-  Surprise your loved ones

You have until December 21st, 2018 to get a PODIUM GOLD PASS for FISE Montpellier 2019 taking place May 29th to June 2nd.
The pass gives you the ultimate experience at the event and is a great gift idea for all urban sports enthusiasts Do not wait, to book it now

2 - Fashion and Style

If you are in search of a stylish gift, take advantage of our special Christmas deals on our FISE APPAREL clothing range.
For a limited time onlyshop - Shop Now ! 

3- 12 months of adventure

Take your loved ones on an adventure with the Handle Yearbook! At the moment the book is discounted!
Argentina, Africa, Thailand, the Philippines, Germany, Spain, Saudi Arabia ... a real mix of locations accompanied by some of the best French and International riders.
A must for under your tree. Order Now
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - 15:00


The FISE World Series 2018 has been one of the best yet. We hit up Japan for the first time ever, had 500,000 of you guys go crazy at Montpellier, witnessed some killer moments in Edmonton and saw champs be crowned at Chengdu.  
To celebrate what’s been an incredible 2018, we are launching the FISE High Five Awards – and we want YOU to pick the winners.  
Over the next four weeks, we’re giving you the power to vote for your favourite athlete or moment from 2018 across five different categories. We’ll focus on one category per week:  
Best Male Athlete (4 – 7 December) 
Best Female Athlete (10 – 14 December) 
Biggest WTF Moment (17 – 21 December) 
Best Trick (17 – 21 December) 
Rising Star (26 – 28 December) 
We will announce the nominees for each award throughout the week. Keep an eye on this page and our social channels to find out who’s been nominated.  
Every Friday throughout December, you can go and vote for your favourite nominee on our Instagram Stories. You will only have that Friday to cast your vote! Votes will open at 10:30 CET and close 24 hours after the vote opens.  
Whoever gets the most “Yes” votes by the end of the voting window will be the winner. Winners will be announced officially every Sunday on our social channels.  
We’ll update this page regularly with who’s been nominated for an award each week. Come back soon to see who else has been nominated!  
Joe Atkinson (Roller Freestyle) 
Matthias Dandois (BMX Freestyle Flatland) 
Marin Rantes (BMX Freestyle Park) 
Richard Tury (Skateboard Street) 
Tomas Lemoine (Mountain Bike Slopestyle) 
Best Female Athlete  : This week  
Misaki Katagiri (BMX Freestyle Flatland) 
Hannah Roberts (BMX Freestyle Park) 
Manon Derrien (Roller Freestyle) 
Nikita Duccaroz (BMX Freestyle Park) 
Aurelie Godet (Wakeboard)
You can keep up with who’s been nominated for awards via our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.   
You can vote for a winner every Friday this December on the FISE Instagram page, via our Stories.  
Friday, November 23, 2018 - 13:21
Matthias Dandois has conquered some of the best BMX Flatland riders in the world and his killer game plan snagged him the 2018 FISE World Series with a massive 36,400 points – but what would his strategy be if he found himself in the middle of a zombie apocalypse?
Here, the French Flatland master caught up with us to answer some of our most pressing questions.

Favourite stop on the 2018 FISE World Tour?

Montpellier. 100%! That crowd was the best. 

Winter or summer?

Winter in San Diego. Summer in Paris.

What do you miss most when you’re traveling?

My girlfriend.

Favourite song to get hyped up?

Alice et Moi – J’veux sortir avec un rappeur

If you could meet anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?

Jim Morrison

Favourite car?

Skoda Kodiaq. Massive trunk for my bike and really comfy for long trips. All I need.

Fill in the blank: My friends would say that I’m ___.


Most embarrassing moment?

Trying to find an answer to that last question!

Would you rather travel to space or the bottom of the ocean?

Travel to space.

Dogs or cats?

Cats. Jim!!!

If you could see the future, would you?

**** no. 

Describe the 2018 FISE World Series in one word.


What is the best advice you’ve ever been given?

Just one more then we go to bed.

What would your strategy be in a zombie apocalypse?

Travel to space. Or the bottom of the ocean.

What is the last thing you do before you go to sleep?

Close my eyes and think too much.

Favourite ice cream flavour?


Finish this line: Pineapple on pizza is ___.

Better than pineapple on pasta.

What sport do you most like to watch other than BMX?

Soccer. PSG bro!

The best present you’ve ever received?

My first bike when I was 12. Thanks Mom and Dad!

What is your signature dance move?

I do this weird thing with my arms. Looks like I’m having a seizure.

If you could relive any moment, what would it be?

None. Present time is much better.
You can follow Matthias as he takes on tricks (or zombies?) around the world on his Twitter and Instagram.
Monday, November 19, 2018 - 15:58
We’re used to seeing Hannah Roberts tear up parks all over the world, pulling out insane moves and wowing crowds with her fearless approach. But which celebrity would stun her into silence if they ever met? 
In our latest instalment of ’21 Questions with…’ we caught up with the Women’s UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup winner to learn more about the girl behind the bike.
Favourite stop on the 2018 FISE World Series tour?
Probably Edmonton, Canada because the course was super fun and I finally landed a flair tuck no-hander in front of an amazing crowd.
Favourite dessert?
Mixed berry frozen yogurt.
Biggest inspiration?
My future. There is so much that can happen and that really keeps me going to do my best!
What is your ‘Go-to’ song?
My Sh*t by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
Favourite BMX trick?
A super whip, even though I haven’t been able to land one they look cool.
Favourite school subject?
Pet peeve?
Bullying in any form.
Early bird or night owl?
I am for sure a night owl, but I don’t sleep much so I am up pretty early.
Favourite fast food?
I try not to eat fast food, but if I had to choose it would be Subway.
Would you rather go forward or back in time?
I wouldn’t change anything about my past, so I think I would go into the future.
Favourite catch of phrase?
Scariest moment?
Getting hit by a golf cart in China and going to the hospital.
Favourite city or country?
My favourite country has to be Australia.
Favourite smell?
Might be new books – a little weird.
Which would celebrity would you get star struck by if you were to meet them?
If I met Ellen DeGeneres, I don’t think I would be able to talk from shock.
If you could only wear one outfit for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Joggers and a big sweater.
If you were a superhero, what would your name be?
I have no idea what my superhero name would be!
Finish this line: The best thing about FISE World Series is….
The fans!!!
If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
Less violence.
What’s the top thing on you bucket list?
Ride a gondola in Venice, Italy.
Best thing about your job?
Traveling and meeting new people!
Follow Hannah’s adventures around the world on her Instagram.
Friday, November 16, 2018 - 09:44

What we’ve learntfrom FISE Chengdu

Having Chengdu withdrawal? Us too!
The FISE World Series came to a monumental finish that swept us off our feet. For those who missed it, or maybe just want to relive it, here’s a quick review of the action that went down at FISE

Marin Rantes: BMX’s latest marvel

Young Croat, Marin Rantes – with another Top 5 finish in the Final and 26,700 points overall – managed to snag his first ever UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup.
Fans had been paying close attention to former champ Daniel Dhers and competition frontrunner Nick Bruce, but Rantes had some tricks up his sleeve…We’re already getting hyped to watch Marin defend his title next year!

Can nobody stop Hannah Roberts?

We’ve all gotten used to seeing this name at the top of the leader board.After winning the UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup in 2017, nobody was getting in Hannah
Roberts’ way as she stormed to victory with 36,700 points overall.Still not out of her teens, we can expect Hannah to be a dominating force on the Women's BMX Freestyle scene for many years to come.
We can't wait to see if she continues to reign supreme!

It’s been a long time coming for Joe Atkinson…

A British invasion took the Roller scene by storm as Joe Atkinson became the first British athlete to take overall victory in the WS Roller Freestyle Park World Cup. His smooth style and consistency
proved to be the secret behind this success. With lots of other athletes hungry to take the title off him next year, 2019 is sure to be an explosive year in Roller!

Historic championship crowning in Women’s BMX Flatland

The inaugural Women’s UCI BMX Flatland World Cup winner was crowned after an amazing competition. Japan’s Misaki Katagiri scored a massive 40,000 points across the World Series stops
and debuted some insane displays. Misaki has been a force to be reckoned with all season, and no one was going to get in her way in Chengdu. Scoring a 77.66 in the finale, she brought the crowds to their feet!

All hail King Richard!

After watching him shred for several years at the FISE World Series, Richard Tury finally became Skateboard Street champion with tricks that had everyone – from skateboard purists to fresh-eyed
fans – purring. It was a close-fought race between him and the young gun from Japan, Ikeda Daisuke, but his absence in Chengdu allowed Richard to gain the advantage and blow the crowd away with another
podium-topping display!
Still hungry for more FISE action? Be sure to take in all the scenes from the FISE World Series 2018 on our YouTube Channel.
Stay tuned to the FISE Website to get in on the hype of FISE World Series 2019.
A festival at the heart of Montpellier 
Since 20 years now, the FISE (Festival International des Sports Extrêmes) takes place during the Ascension weekend from May 9 to 13, 2018 on the riversides of Le Lez in Montpellier.  With 500 000 festival-goers over 5 days, the FISE is one of the greatest Action Sports events in France and one among those not to be missed. Discover the best of BMX, Roller skating, Skateboarding, Scooter, Wakeboarding, Mountain Biking and Parkour with famous athletes in a unique show filled with sensation. 
06 December 2018 - 13:06
FISE Montpellier 2019 : Christmas Gift Ideas
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06 December 2018 - 12:47
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Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 13:04

Another exciting final on the flatland stage! The crowd were mesmerised by the creativity and style of the flatland final.  Jean William Prevost had a perfect run and he showed why he was last years champion, his control and execution were flawless and he was delighted to take home the win "I’m more than blessed to do this in my second home China" In second was Moto Sasaki he completed at least 5 really good long combinations and scored a well deserve 90.00 points. In third was familiar face on the podium Matthias Dandois who packed his run full of signature tricks.

Tous les résultats 


Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 12:14
The Women were not left behind, they enjoyed a rad final on the brand new permanent Park. The street type park, was brightened by the pure flow of Chihiro Azuma who landed everything like a precision machine. She took the gold today, followed by the Barcelona street skater Maria Munoz who enjoyed the setup which fitted perfectly with what she loves to ride. The French Rollerblading Princess Manon Derrien completed the podium, by dropping her tricks with her super classy style which is her signature. 

All the results 


Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 11:08
Today’s final was full of shocks and surprises. Yesterday’s top place semi-finalist Dennis Enarson put in a super slick run, with characteristic huge transfers to score a big 90.00 points. He was then over taken by an epic 2nd run from Jake Wallwork. Enarson couldn't land what he wanted in his second run so it was Jake who deservedly walked away with the win. It was a first ever win at FISE for Jake and he said “I can’t actually believe I won it”. Declan Brooks came in 3rd to complete the top 3.