Nyjah Wins Again



Monster Energy congratulates Nyjah Huston on winning the Men's Skateboard Street event at the 2023 World Skateboarding Tour tournament in Rome. The 28-year-old from Laguna Beach, California, took first place and key ranking points in the official 'Road to Paris 2024' qualification event for the forthcoming summer Olympics.

The 2023 World Skateboarding Tour (WST) tournament drew skateboarders from all over the world to the Parco di Colle Oppio skatepark in Rome, which lies right near to the old Colosseum. The tournament, presented by World Skate, the official worldwide governing organization for Olympic skateboarding, awarded $200,000 in prize money and qualifying points for the 2016 Olympic Summer Games.

Huston was hoping to return to the winner's circle after recuperating from a knee ailment that had kept the Team USA skateboarder out for the duration of the 2022 season.

Huston put the rest of the pack on notice with a perfect run on his first attempt, which included a switch frontside tailslide the big Hubba, a 360 kickflip the kicker, a kickflip backside disaster the quarterpipe, a kickflip frontside boardslide the Euro Gap rail, a blunt kickflip the quarterpipe, a Half Cab crooked the rail into bank, a kickflip backside lipslide the flat rail.

When the came to Best Trick attempts, Huston maintained his lead with switch heelflip frontside tailslide (92.55 points) and switch heelflip frontside 5-0 (89.92 points) down the massive Hubba. Huston capped off a fantastic performance by executing a nollie heelflip backside tailslide fakie (93.96 points) to boost his overall score to 276.51 points for the victory.


Nyjah Huston, a six-time world champion in street skateboarding, represented the United States in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He is known as the most successful street skateboarder of all time, and he is presently the only athlete to have won X Games gold medals on all five continents.

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