Jean William Provost of Canada won gold in the men's UCI BMX flatland event at the FISE World Series in Chengdu ©FISE

Canada's Jean William Provost won gold in the International Cycling Union (UCI) BMX flatland event which concluded the Festival of Extreme Sports (FISE) in the Chinese city of Chengdu.

The Canadian finished with 92.000 points at the Qing Shui He Ecological Art Park.

He placed ahead of Moto Sasaki of Japan on 90.00 points and Matthias Dandois who came third with 87.83 points.

The final of the UCI BMX freestyle park event also took place today with Jake Wallwork of Australia taking gold after scoring 90.20 points.

Dennis Enarson of the United States finished second with 90.00 points while Declan Brookes of Great Britain got 87.40 points to take third.

France's Diako Diaby won the men's roller event with 88.00 points, while Briton Joe Atkinson came second with 83.33 points and Yuto Goto of Japan got 81.67 points.

In the women's roller final, Japan's Chihiro Azuma came first after attaining 80.00 points.

She beat Munoz Maria who finished on 76.00 points while Manon Derrien came third with 74.00 points.

In the final of the women's UCI BMX freestyle park event, 2018 Youth Olympic champion Lara Lessmann of Germany secured gold with 83.80 points.

America's Hannah Roberts struggled with an ankle injury in the final but still managed to score 81.20 points to come second, while Nikita Ducarroz finished third with 77.40 points.

The competition in Chengdu was the final event of the FISE 2018 World Series.