Monster Energy's Felix Prangenberg Claims BMX Street Silver on Day Three of X Games 2022

Monster Energy congratulates team rider Felix Prangenberg on claiming the silver medal in BMX Street on the third day of X Games 2022 in Vista, California.

VISTA, Calif., July 24, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The medals keep coming! Monster Energy congratulates team rider Felix Prangenberg on claiming the silver medal in BMX Street on the third day of X Games 2022 in Vista, California, on Friday. In the final session featuring the world’s best riders, the 24-year-old from Cologne, Germany, took silver as his fourth career X Games medal.

At the end of Day three of X Games 2022, the Monster Energy team had claimed a total of 10 medals (3 gold, 6 silver, 1 bronze).

Presented by Monster Energy as the official energy drink partner of X Games, the 65th edition of X Games is contested with no spectators in attendance and broadcast live to global audiences. For five action-packed days, viewers from across the globe get to witness X Games history written by the world elite in BMX, Moto X, and Skateboarding. More than 110 athletes from 14 countries are competing for a total of 57 medals across 19 medal disciplines.

On Friday, the California Training Facility (CA|TF) in Vista hosted the BMX Street final. The technical course featured a rectangular layout, lined by a 4-foot quarterpipe that directs riders into a Euro gap feature with ledge and wallride options. Further obstacles include several eight-stair handrails, banks, bump-to-rail features, and Hubba ledges.

In the final event, ten riders attacked the course in a 36-minute jam session with the best run counting. Five countries were represented: Australia, Mexico, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Monster Energy’s Prangenberg came to X Games 2022 fresh off a recent second place finish at Simple Session in Europe. Known for his complex technical combinations, the German BMX pro brought a deep bag of tricks and creative lines to the California Training Facility.

In his highest-scoring run, Prangenberg put down a technical peg grind up the 8-stair rail to 360 tailwhip off, 360 to fakie on the quarterpipe, Cab 360 off the platform, nose bonk the quarterpipe, 180 lookback the stair set, peg grind 180 the long rail, ice pick grind the big rail, and opposite 360 off the stage for the silver medal.

Known as one of the most progressive BMX street riders, Prangenberg now owns four X Games medals (1 gold, 3 silver). The German team rider stoked audiences with his Monster Energy-produced ‘Urge’ video part.

Stay tuned for more action to come from X Games 2022! On Saturday, the California Training Facility will host Women’s Skateboard Park, BMX Park, Men’s Skateboard Street, Skateboard Street Best Trick and Dave Mirra’s BMX Park Best Trick disciplines. Not to be missed!

Over the course of five action-packed days, more than 15 hours of the best X Games 2022 competitions will air on ESPN, ABC and ESPN2, as well as ESPN+ and the ESPN App. All competitions will stream live on ESPN+ and be available on @XGames YouTube. X Games content will also be presented across the globe through international syndication partners.

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About Monster Energy
Based in Corona, California, Monster Energy is the leading marketer of energy drinks and alternative beverages. Refusing to acknowledge the traditional, Monster Energy supports the scene and sport. Whether motocross, off-road, NASCAR, MMA, BMX, surf, snowboard, ski, skateboard, or the rock and roll lifestyle, Monster Energy is a brand that believes in authenticity and the core of what its sports, athletes and musicians represent. More than a drink, it’s the way of life lived by athletes, sports, bands, believers, and fans. See more about Monster Energy including all of its drinks at

About X Games
For more than 25 years, X Games has successfully organized action sports events in 12 countries around the globe, attracting more than six million attendees. Since its inception in 1995, the X Games have become the leading action sports competition and lifestyle brand, spotlighting the world’s best action sports athletes in BMX, Skateboard and Moto X at the X Games, and Ski and Snowboard at the winter version of the X Games against the backdrop of each individual host city. Learn more at

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