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The Frenchman crashed hard to the ground, and was lucky that his 100-kg bike just missed landing on top of him. Wilson was especially impressed of the incredible scenery in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a village south of Munich that hosted the 1936 Winter Olympics. Australia’s Josh Sheehan has pulled off a exciting run to beat Taka Higashino of Japan in the Red Bull X-Fighters final in Munich on Saturday under brilliant blue skies and extreme temperatures in front of 18,000 spectators on a (first-of-its-kind) freestyle motocross track built on Water. Photo credit: Andi Lang It wasn't the best day for defending champion Thomas Pagès of France, who had moved into third place overall in the championship battle with his victory over Sheehan in the final in Madrid last month. If you caught the wild spectacle that took place in Spain you can bet that Munich will deliver a much wilder show.But Pagès, who won Friday’s Qualifying, saw his title hopes evaporate after he had to abandon his bike mid-air while attempting the Bike Flip that he did for the first time in Madrid. The world’s best FMX riders are looking to win world championship points on a first-of-its-kind track set up on a lake – a completely new and eagerly awaited experience for the riders and spectators.

Until Pagès delivered his revolutionary run in Madrid, this season belonged to New Zealand’s Levi Sherwood, whose stellar performances in Mexico City and Osaka proved he was back to the form that made him the 2012 world champion.Sherwood, who leads the World Tour with 265 points to Sheehan’s 260 points, had to settle for his second straight third place while local hero Luc Ackermann, just 16 years old, delighted his home crowd watching from the banks of the lake with a fourth place in his first Red Bull X-Fighters competition. Sheehan powered his way to his second career win and first victory since 2011 with his signature Double Backflip, a Flair and a Double Grab Backflip that had the German crowd on its feet and begging for more. Photo credit: Sebastian Marko Photo credit: Flo Hagena 1. Photo credit: Andi Lang Sheehan’s victory was worth 100 points, also tightened the Red Bull X-Fighters championship battle as it slashed the lead of World Tour leader Levi Sherwood (NZL) to just five points ahead of the season finale in Pretoria, South Africa on August 23.