Is there snowboarding in the X Games?

Is there snowboarding in the X Games?

The Winter X Games are, as described by ESPN (2008), a competition compiled of the greatest winter action sport athletes from around the world competing on an annual basis. The competition has day and evening events including skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling.

What are the X Games events?

There are some sports and events that are consistent each year. Summer sports include motocross, mountain bike, skateboarding, and BMX freestyle. Within these categories, there are a number of different events for both men and women. Not all events from past X Games have stood the test of time.

What events are in the winter X Games?

X Games Aspen 2022 will feature Men’s and Women’s Ski and Snowboard competitions in the disciplines of SuperPipe, Slopestyle, Big Air and Knuckle Huck. Special Olympics Unified competition will also return to Aspen in 2022.

Will there be winter X Games 2021?

The 2021 iteration is going to be held without fans in attendance and will be “produced with comprehensive COVID-19 risk mitigation protocols in place for participants and staff,” per the X Games site.

Where are the X Games held in the US?

The Winter X Games are mostly held in the United States in January, but can happen in February, while the Summer X Games are usually held in August. The location of the Winter X Games is in Aspen, Colorado, through 2019, while the location for the Summer X Games has been in Los Angeles, changing to Austin, Texas, in June 2014.

How many people usually attend the Winter X Games?

According to a 2008 report by ESPN, in 1997, the Winter X Games inaugural year, 38,000 spectators attended the four-day event. In 1998, the attendance dropped to 25,000 spectators. But just two years later, a record attendance of 83,500 people attended the Winter X Games East Coast debut.

What are the X Games global championships?

In May 2003, the X Games held the Global Championships, a special event where five continents competed in 11 disciplines. The event was held in two locations: the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, and Whistler, British Columbia. The final team results, in order, were the United States, Europe, Australia, Asia, and South America.