The X Games are the Olympics of action sports, and if anything, give the IOC with all their pomp and skullduggery a run for their money. Winter X Games 13 upped the bar on that with major excitement, old and new heroes, and fresh styles.
Winter X Games 13 Brings New Energy for Snow Sports with Back-to-Back Golds from Shaun White, Big Wins from Lindsey Jacobolis, and New Events Like Skier Big Air and Women’s Slopestyle Skiing
Ed Hardy Gets Into Snowboarding and Skiing with New Snow Division Including Hardgoods and Softgoods
Finally, Quiksilver Sells Rossignol, But Takes a Bath on the Transaction
It’s been one of those “Euro’s vs. Americans” heated debates that lasted an ugly 2 years until finally, selling the brand proved to be the only best option. Here’s the story.
Winter X Games Wraps Up with Show-stopping Performances by Shaun White, Gretchen Bleiler; Label Networks Compares Sports in X Games to Favorite Sports to Watch Among Youth Culture
It was a crazy action sports weekend with ASR and Agenda ending in San Diego, and the Winter X Games wrapping up Sunday, January 27th in Aspen. As snow blanketed the mountains in Colorado, ESPN delivered a tight package of winter action sports drama with Shaun White stomping the Men’s Superpipe with a frontside big air, front and backside 1080’s, and a frontside 1260 at the very bottom of the pipe, beating out Japanese phenom Ryo Aono.