November 10 2019
Monster Energy’s Keyaki Ike Takes Second Place in Skateboard Street at Tampa Am 2019. Monster Army Recruit Jake Yanko Claims First Place and $2,500 in Cons Concrete Jam Bowl Competition.SEE MORE
September 22 2019
Monster Energy’s Nyjah Huston Takes First Place at the 2019 SLS World Championship in São Paulo Claims Sixth Career and Third Consecutive World Championship Title in Men’s Street Skateboarding/ 11-Year-Old Brazilian Skate Prodigy Rayssa Leal Claims Second Place in Women’s World Championship.SEE MORE
August 31 2019
Monster Energy Congratulates Its Athletes on Dominating Performance at X Games Norway 2019 13 Medals in One-Day Event for the Monster Energy Team: 4 Gold, 6 Silver and 3 Bronze / Four Gold Medals Across Skate, Snowboard and Motocross Events / Motocross Team Dominates with Five Overall Medals.SEE MORE
Our female Monster athletes are constantly killing it across all sports – we love watching them kick their goals left, right and centre. For International Women’s Day, we’ve pulled together some of the best achievements from the female athletes we’re so proud to sponsor.
The volcanic islands of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria set a dramatic backdrop for a new perspective of skate edit, the first of its kind filmed on FPV.
It’s time to take a look back at 2019 and remember some of our favourite Monster moments.
Monster Energy’s Keyaki Ike Takes Second Place in Skateboard Street at Tampa Am 2019. Monster Army Recruit Jake Yanko Claims First Place and $2,500 in Cons Concrete Jam Bowl Competition.