Winter X Games 2019

Winter X Games 2019 Live, Hello In the disciplines of ski, snowboard and snowmobile discipline, see more than 200 of the world’s top athletes in four action-packed days of the most medal medal competitions in sports competitions.

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Winter X Games 2019 Live

The 2019 Winter X Games will return to the iconic Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado, for a four-day extravaganza kicking off on Thursday, January 24.

The 2019 Winter X Games will return to the iconic Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado, for a four-day extravaganza kicking off on Thursday, January 24.

Events will run between Thursday and Sunday, culminating in the Men’s Snowboard SuperPipe Final, the Snow Bike Best Trick Final and the Snow Hill Climb Final. The full schedule for each event can be found by clicking here.

ESPN and ABC will provide TV coverage, with live streaming options available through WatchESPN and the X Games’ official YouTube channel. The full TV schedule can be accessed here. For all of the invited athletes, click here.

Women’s snowboarding will feature a pair of superstars taking to the slopes in Aspen this year, as expectations for both Anna Gasser and Chloe Kim are enormous.

When you think of winter sports, skiing and snowboarding probably come to mind. But what about snow biking, snowmobiling, and knuckle hucking?
All of those—and more—are part of the annual Winter X Games, known as one of the premier elite events in winter action sports that combines both traditional sports and more niche extreme events. The competition debuted in 1997 in Snow Summit, a ski resort outside of Los Angeles. In its early years, the X Games were held in various locations—including Crested Butte, Colorado, and Mount Snow, Vermont—before settling in Aspen, Colorado, where it’s been hosted every year since 2002 and now attracts 150-plus top pro athletes from around the world, plus thousands of live spectators.
In advance of the 2019 Winter X Games (also known as the X GamesAspen), which kick off this Thursday, January 24, on Aspen’s Buttermilk Mountain, we chatted with Tim Reed, vice president of the X Games, to learn more about the different events offered at this unique elite-level competition, the top athletes to watch this year, new events in 2019, and where/how to catch all the high-flying action.

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