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Do not be afraid, friends. Although there are no personal viewers, the X Games are still held in Aspen, Colorado. Read on to find out more about the top athletes taking part in the X Games Aspen 2021 and how to watch it all.
SuperPipe, Slopestyle, Big Air. The X Games have been running since 1995 and will not stop now. It’s 2021 and the X Games are back. While there aren’t any personal crowds, some of the greatest snowboard and ski athletes in the world will be returning to compete on the big stage.
The X Games just announced theirs full schedule 2021 (and dropped a cute little preview) of this year’s games. Here are some top events to watch out for:
- Friday night: Ladies Ski Big Air and Men Ski SuperPipe
- Saturday night: Men’s ski Big Air, women’s snowboard SuperPipe
- Sunday night: Men’s snowboard Big Air
X Games Aspen: How to Watch
Most of this edition of the X Games will be televised. So if you have access to a television subscription, this is your first option. Check it out on ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC and get that full schedule here.
You can also live stream some of the X Games Aspen 2021 Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Tick tock for viewers in the US and for ESPN’s online streaming services around the world.
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Alex Ferreira: Ferreira is an Aspen born pipe skier who won X Games gold in a row in 2019 and 2020. Since its start in 2013, Ferreira has won a total of six X Games medals.
Kelly Sildaru: This Estonian skier took home SuperPipe and Slopestyle gold at the X Games 2020 and is one of only two athletes competing in three disciplines (SuperPipe, Slopestyle and Big Air) this year.
Chloe Kim: SuperPipe snowboard shredder Chloe Kim is back at the X Games after taking 2020 off for her first year off at Princeton. Kim is arguably the best SuperPipe athlete at the X Games, with five gold medals and seven podiums.
Gus Kenworthy: He has been a skier since 2011 with five X Games medals. He will be competing in SuperPipe competitions this year.
Dusty Henricksen: This snowboard athlete dominates in slopestyle and knuckle huck and is only 17 years old. He took part in his first X Games in Norway in 2020.
The X Games will take place in Aspen, Colorado from Friday, January 29 through Sunday, January 31. Check out the X games on ESPN, or ABC on-line. You can also interact on the brand new X Games X fixed interface online to take part virtually and win a Polaris snowmobile.
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