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Axell Hodges
Personal information
Born August 20, 1996
Encinitas, California
Sport Freestyle Motorcross
Event(s) X Games
Medal record
Gold X-Games Summer 2021 MTX 110
Gold World of X-Games 2018 Real Moto
Gold X Games Minneapolis 2018 MTX QuarterPipe High Air
Silver X-Games Summer 2021 MTX QuarterPipe High Air
Silver X-Games Norway 2019 MTX QuarterPipe High Air
Silver World of X-Games 2017 Real Moto
Silver X-Games Austin 2016 MTX Best Whip
Bronze X-Games Minneapolis 2018 MTX Best Whip
Bronze X-Games Sydney 2017 MTX Best Whip

Axell "Slay" Hodges (born August 20, 1996) is an X Games and motocross competitor. In July 2019, Hodges was supposed to participate in History's "Evel Live 2", but a few days before the live performance, he sustained serious injuries in a crash during a practice jump in which he was attempting to beat a record set by Robbie Maddison in 2011 of jumping 378 feet and 9 inches on a motorcycle.

Competition history

In 2012 Hodges won the C Class Loretta Lynn's Amateur Championship, known as the world's largest amateur motocross race.

Hodges received gold in the Moto X Quarterpipe High Air and bronze in Moto X Best Whip at X Games Minneapolis 2018. He has received a total of seven X Games medals.


Hodges commands a large social media following. He was a guest on the MTV show Ridiculousness.

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