The Olympic Qualifier Series Budapest concluded Sunday with over 150 booking their Olympic tickets. GETTY IMAGES

The second and final stop of the Olympic Qualifier Series (OQS) concluded this weekend in Budapest with more than 150 athletes clinching their Paris Olympics berths in BMX freestyle, breaking, skateboarding and sport climbing. Over 450 athletes from more than 120 national federations competed in the popular urban sports to crowds of young spectators in the four-day, festival-style event.

Japan reigned victorious in breaking —a repeat of Shanghai’s OQS final— with veteran B-Girl Ayumi and B-Girl Ami battling it out for the top spot. Ayumi, who celebrated her 41st birthday the day before, placed first in the last OQS while Ami came in second. This time though, it was Ami who took the gold. 

In another podium sweep for the Japanese B-Girls, teammate Riko finished third as she did in Shanghai.

Dutch B-Boy Lee took the men’s top spot again, punching his ticket to Paris by besting Kazakhstan’s B-Boy Amir 2-1 in the final. B-Boy Amir also earned a place at the Games with a late surge took him from 15th on the global standings to sixth.

Poland’s Aleksandra Kalucka won women’s speed climbing after a very close final match-up against China’s Zhou Yafei. Kalucka won the final race with a time of 6.50 compared to Zhou’s 6.52. China took first place in the men’s speed, with Wu Peng beating Kazakhstan’s Amir Maimuratov who fell near the top of the wall. 

Reigning Olympic champion Alberto Ginés Lopéz finished fifth in men’s boulder & lead, a disappointment for the Spaniard. France’s Sam Avezou finished at the top spot this time after finishing eighth in Shanghai. South Korea’s Lee Dohyun, first in Shanghai, took second in Budapest.

In the women’s boulder & lead USA’s Brooke Raboutou made it two from two in the OQS by winning the Budapest event and adding the trophy to her Shanghai win. Japan’s Nonaka Miho —the only climber to top all four boulders— finished second. 

Two champions were notably missing from the BMX freestyle finals —OQS Shanghai women's winner Sun Sibei and reigning men's Olympic gold medallist Logan Martin each missed out on a spot in the final of their events. French BMX freestyle phenom Anthony Jeanjean will be riding on home turf with his second OQS win. Marcus Christopher finished second: a relief for the American who ranked lowest among his teammates after Shanghai. 

Sun Sibei’s surprising exit left the women’s BMX freestyle title up for grabs. USA’s Hannah Roberts wrapped up the finals with a nearly faultless run to grab the coveted trophy and a spot in the Paris Olympics. Teammate Perris Benegas took home second place.

A podium sweep for Japan in skateboarding. Horigome Yuto will be defending his Olympic title in Paris, winning the men’s street skateboarding final with the highest-ever trick score in Olympic street skateboarding qualifying history. Compatriot Onodera Ginwoo joined Yuto at the podium in second place. In the women’s street Yoshizawa Coco, Oda Yumeka and Nakayama Funa took home first, second and third for Japan. 

Australia also dominated in skateboarding. Keegan Palmer and Arisa Trew both took home gold in the men and women’s park events. Britain's Sky Brown returned to take second in women's park and the US' Tom Schaar in men's. 

The Budapest edition of the OQS drew over 60,000 spectators to watch their favourite athletes secure their quota places for the Olympic Games in Paris. Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee, has praised organisers for the success of the event. 

"Congratulations to Budapest. The atmosphere here was great. The event combined the joy of sport, the culture of these urban sports, and the athletes’ determination to make their individual Olympic dreams come true," Bach said in a statement late on Sunday.