X Games Austin 2015: Monster Energy athletes gathers record 19 medals

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Going from 4 June to 7th June, action sporting event X Games Austin 2015 is now at the end giving highest medals to athletes from Monster Energy. 12 countries participated in X Games in which United States topped with 13 Golds, Australia came second with 3 golds and Brazil third with 2 golds.

The world-class Monster team took a total of 19 medals across skateboarding, BMX, and Moto disciplines, and a medal in gaming setting a record for Monster Energy with the most medals earned at X Games. The four-day event at X Games Austin 2015, the second X Games in the Texan state capitol, drew massive crowds under the blazing sun at Circuit of The Americas (COTA) with 136,845 spectators. For the opening night on Thursday, June 4, fans watched the Moto X Step Up finals at the outdoor venue in downtown Austin with Bryce Hudson taking a silver medal in the event. Over at COTA Brad Baker took bronze in the inaugural Flat Track event.

In skateboard Monster Energy dominated with three gold medals. In Skateboard Vert Pierre Luc Gagnon returned to the top spot after missing the podium in 2014. Teammate Sam Beckett won bronze.

n Skateboard Park Curren Caples walked away with gold and stacked together a perfect routine pairing stylish airs with difficult technical tricks, covering every angle of the concrete park with speed and signature effortless flow.

Tom Schaar, 15, took two bronze medals, one in Skateboard Big Air and one in the new Skateboard and BMX Big Air Doubles event where he and Monster Energy BMX rider Zack Warden teamed up and landed in third place.

In gaming Monster Energy’s, The Alliance took silver in the Dota2 tournament.

In Moto X Speed & Style Nate Adams took gold and teammate Blake “Bilko” Williams finished behind him with the silver medal. Today marks Adams third gold medal in Moto X Speed & Style and an impressive 20 X Games medals overall. Williams is also no stranger to the X podium. This is the Australian’s sixth X Games medal and third silver medal in Moto X Speed & Style.

Monster Energy also brought in noncompeting Monster Energy athletes to enjoy a weekend at X Games Austin 2015 including UFC fighters Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, Olympic gold medalists Sage Kostenburg, Jamie Anderson and Kaitlyn Farrington, snowboarder Chris Grenier and freeskier Jossi Wells.

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