What is the E-FISE Montpellier ?
This summer, the E-FISE will officially start on Thursday July 9th and will end on Sunday September 20th, 2020. It will be totally different with a new and innovative online experience related to the COVID-19 epidemic. Indeed, it will be the first ever digital stage of FISE Montpellier which will take place 100% online with €150k Prize Money.
Basically, it will be a Video Contest open to Pros, Amateurs, Men and Women, incorporating all FISE Sports: BMX, Inline skating, Parkour, Breaking, Skateboard, Scooter and Wakeboard.
To participate in E-FISE Montpellier by HONOR 2020, you will need to follow the 4 steps below:
- STEP 1: Shoot your video (max 60 seconds)
- STEP 2: Submit your video
- STEP 3: Share to collect votes for your video
- STEP 4: Finals. If you make it through to the finals, you will need to create a brand-new video. You will once again have to mobilize your fans to vote for your video and win!
If you still plan to go to Montpellier, you can find here all skateparks in the region. More information on the E-FISE Montpellier: here.
Do you know the story of the FISE ?
Don’t worry it will be quick and instructive. For those who don’t want to read 😊, there is a video section with FISE highlights for each year starting from 2010 ! Common guys :), it’s not that bad even it starts in 1997.
The FISE was created in 1997 by Hervé André-Benoit (a student at Montpellier’s Business school) when he got the idea to organize an international action sports festival as part of his study project which was a success. Over the last 20+ years, the FISE Montpellier becomes the biggest extreme sports event in Europe, with more than 600,000 spectators to support the 2,000+ riders who attend every year.
After 18 successful years in France and Europe, FISE launched its inaugural World Tour in 2014. The first FISE WORLD SERIES (FWS) took place in France, Andorra, China and Malaysia, The FWS is multidisciplinary and international. It brings together the best athletes from Skateboard, Mountain Bike, Aggressive inline Skating, BMX Freestyle Park and Flatland, Parkour and many others. Each year, more than 2700 professional and amateur athletes from more than 40 countries follow the FWS stages hosted by emblematic cities.
Fise celebrates its 23rd edition with the return of BMX dirt which is the historic discipline of Fise. A new addition is also emerging, the Breakdance with the collaboration of the French Dance Federation (FFD).
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