Mitchie Brusco of the United States beat Gui Khury of Brazil to win the vert ramp gold in Chiba ©Getty Images

The second day of the X Games in Chiba saw American Mitchie Brusco upset defending champion Gui Khury of Brazil to win the vert ramp with a sensational kickflip McTwist at the Marine Stadium.

Khury, who landed his second 1080, lost out to Brusco thanks to a hand drag.

Brusco’s compatriot Clay Kreiner completed the podium after a no grab big flip secured the bronze for him.

The domination of Japanese riders continued the second day with a clean sweep of the podium in the women’s park event.

Olympic gold medallist and Wakayama native Sakura Yosozuma earned her first-ever X Games gold.

Yosozuma had some slick moves, especially with the backside 180 to fakie over the box and a backside ollie among others during her second run, that ensured she finished on top.  

Thirteen-year-old Cocona Hiraki from Tomoakomai in Hokkaido bagged her second X Games silver while 2021 silver medallist Mami Tezuka of Hikone rounded off the podium with a bronze.

Tokyo 2020 BMX freestyle gold medallist Logan Martin of Australia claimed gold after an impressive third run that included a flair whip, triple tailwhip, tailwhip transfer and 720 among other tricks.

Rookie Justin Dowell of the United States bagged silver while compatriot Kevin Peraza settled for bronze.

Japan’s Rim Nakamura, despite qualifying first, managed to finish only sixth overall.

The BMX street saw another Australian triumph.

Lewis Mills, who was the youngest rider in the field, claimed a surprising gold with a barspin to peg grind to manual to toothpick hanger 180 among other moves.

 Devon Smillie of the United States claimed silver while compatriot and 2021 gold medallist Garrett Reynolds settled for bronze.