Hi EveryOne, 23rd edition of the Winter X Games 2018 arrives on January 25, 2018, as the superstars of the slopes make their way back to Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado. Extreme sports lovers can catch the 2018 Winter X Games Live Stream Jan 25th To Jan 28th, for the world’s best action sports, music and festival experience on snow! Just Watch and Enjoy Your Time.
=== Event Info ====
Event Name : Winter X Games 2018
Start Date: Thursday, January 25
End Date: Sunday, January 28
Live Stream: WatchESPN (U.S.)
TV Info: ESPN (U.S.), ABC (U.S.)
Event Schedule (all times ET)
1:30 p.m. — Special Olympics Unified Snowboarding Final
2:30 p.m. — Men’s Ski Slope Style Qualifying
4 p.m. — Snowmobile SnoCross Adaptive Final
4:30 p.m. — Snowmobile SnoCross Round 1 and Final
10 p.m. — Women’s Snowboard Big Air Final
10:45 p.m. — Men’s Snowboard Super Pipe Final
Visit the ESPN website for a breakdown of the event’s TV schedule in full.
The January 22nd annual Winter X-Games begin this week on Thursday, January 25th. The X-Games is a four-day extreme sports and music event that happens twice a year. The summer X-Games feature the best in extreme sports like skateboarding, BMX biking, wake-boarding, rollerblading… the list goes on. The Winter X-Games feature extreme winter sports like skiing, snowmobiling, and of course, snowboarding. Some of the TOP athletes in the world compete for the coveted X-Games GOLD and for the pride of being the best at their sport.
A Brief History of the Winter X-Games
Two years after the appearance of the first Summer X-Games the Winter X-Games began in 1997 in front of an audience of 38,000 people. The big event was first broadcast live on ESPN in 2002. In addition to that the Winter X-Games received coverage on SportsCenter. Over the years the event has grown and so have the audiences. During the 2017 Winter X-Games an audience of 105,000 spectators flocked to Aspen, CO. At it peak the event has drawn crowds of 115,00 people.
Extreme sports isn’t something that is confined to United States athletes. In 2003, the X-Games held the Global Championships, an event where competitors from The United States, Europe, Australia, Asia, and South America competed in 11 sports. Furthermore, several Winter X-Games Europe events have been held in Tignes, France. Most recently European games have taken place in Oslo, Norway.
This years big event will take place at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado and will continue to utilize this location until 2019.
This years events include:
- Ski Big Air
- Ski Slopestyle (Men’s and Women’s)
- Ski Superpipe (Men’s and Women’s)
- Snowboard Big Air
- Snowboard Slopestyle (Men’s and Women’s)
- Snowboard Superpipe (Men’s and Women’s)
- Snowboard X (Men’s and Women’s)
- Bobsled Freestyle
- Snowmobile Freestyle
- Snowmobile Speed & Style
- Snocross Adaptive
In addition to hours of amazing extreme sports the 2018 Winter X-Games will host some of the best live musical acts that you can wish to see. Check out the line-up. The final events of the competition are being broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC. Now makes Online available in its base level “Live A Little” package, You get over 60 channels with this package. You can try the service FREE FOR SEVEN DAYS.