May 01st

What to watch on Day 4

On what promises to become a beautiful sunny Sunday, the urban action continues on the streets of Amsterdam!

Urban training sessions

All of you who have been inspired by the Dutch Freerunning Championships on Saturday, head for EYE today! An incredible set up has been created for freerunning, where you can try this great urban sport yourself. Gravity XL is open for beginners and pros, young and old and is all about training and improving skills.


There are more training sessions and workshops today in different kinds of urban sports. At the Westergasfabriek you can join clinics in Stand Up Paddle. You can step up, grab a paddle and go! Supping is easier to learn than surfing or kite surfing, within an hour you’ll have the feel for it.


The Westergasfabriek is also the place to be for young and talented BMX riders, skateboarders and inline skaters. At the TonTon Club you can go crazy on a specially prepared mobile skatepark. Inline skate legend Sven Boekhorst and other pros will be on site for workshops and demos.


From Amsterdam to Copenhagen

Come to Ceintuurbaan to see the some of the best 3x3 players in town to show off their skills. 3x3 Brotherhood is an official 3x3 basketball tournament, played in four categories: Men Elite, Men 20+, Men U20 and Women Open. There is something to play for: with the winners of the Men Elite category winning a trip to the Quest Finals in Odense, Denmark.


Who claims the European title?

After three days of intense competition the European Panna Championships will be decided today. At the Surinameplein the new European champions will be crowned in three catagories: youth (under 15), men (from 15) and women (all ages).

Come and see the best street football players of Europe performing their incredible skills an trying to score that ultimate panna on their opponent.


Finals time at Museum Square

The finals of the Amsterdamn Open are set to become one of the highlights of this first edition of Urban Sports Week Amsterdam. The streetcourse at Museum Square has been a crowd favorite over the last days already. With the finals coming up the volume promises to go up a bit further. A total of 20 skateboarders will be starting in the semifinals, hoping to make it to the finals where €10.000 in prize money is at stake.


The show at the Museum Square will go on until approximately 8.30 pm tonight. After the skateboarders, it’s up to the BMX-riders to please the crowd. The BMX Championships Street is the fourth and final BMX event at Urban Sports Week Amsterdam. For this final competition the riders will give all they’ve got.