Colby Raha took home the trophy in the first-ever Nitro World Games FMX Quarterpipe event, after a neck-and-neck final round between him and Axell Hodges. The winning height was a staggering 45 feet, 2 inches. Check out these highlights, and scroll to watch the entire event below.
The starting field of six attacked the world’s largest mechanical quarterpipe fearlessly, but they were whittled down round by round until Raha and Hodges were the last men standing. In the end, this installment of the quarterpipe rivalry went to Raha. You can watch the whole competition right here: