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Watch What Went Down in Aspen at Winter X Games

The Winter X Games in Aspen are the holy grail of action sports and one of the scene's most anticipated events each year. The elite of the elite throw down their best for a global audience of adrenaline-addicted armchair athletes. And year after year, the following riders score big. Here's who managed to write their names into the history books in Aspen in 2017.

Men’s Snowboard SuperPipe

Gold — Scotty James

After bronze in 2016, Scotty James celebrated Australia Day 2017 in Aspen in perfect style, taking home his first-ever X Games gold medal in the halfpipe.

Scotty James poses for a portrait during Men's Snowboard Superpipe at Winter X 2017 in Aspen, CO - USA,  January 26, 2017.

Women’s Snowboard Big Air

Silver – Anna Gasser

In six consecutive contest starts, Anna's landed on the podium six times, including three top spots in Big Air comps and silver at the X Games Snowboard Big Air.

Anna Gasser at the X Games 2017

Men’s Snowboard Big Air

Silver – Marcus Kleveland

Records were broken on the second day of X Games action in Aspen when Marcus Kleveland, the youngest competitor in the field and participating for the very first time in this iconic event, landed a Quad Cork 1800 in competition.

Marcus Kleveland pictured with his Big Air silver medal at X Games 2017.

Bronze – Mark McMorris

Scoring his 13th and 14th medal this year, despite only having come back from a broken femur recently, makes Mark McMorris an X Games legend! Welcome back, Mark!

Mark McMorris celebrates on the podium during Men's Snowboard Big Air at Winter X 2017 in Aspen, CO - USA,  January 27, 2017.

Women's Snowboard Slopestyle

Gold – Katie Ormerod

Katie Ormerod is known for being the first women to ever land a double cork – and now she's built on her skills, coming top in her second X Games appearance!

Katie Ormerod celebrates at the X Games 2017

Men's Snowboard Slopestyle

Gold – Marcus Kleveland

What an X Games debut — combining a world-first trick in the Big Air and a silver medal with gold in Slopestyle. Get to know Marcus in this up-close and personal edit here!

Sours: https://www.redbull.com/us-en/x-games-2017-results

PHOTOS: Winter X Games Aspen 2017

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Levi LaVallee flies high during the snowmobile freestyle final at the Winter X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 28, 2017, in Aspen.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Devin Logan competes during her second run of the women's ski halfpipe final during Day 2 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on on Jan. 27, 2017, in Aspen.

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    Xuetong Cai flies over the crowd during the women's snowboard halfpipe final at the X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 28, 2017, in Aspen.

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    Shaun White competes during his final run in the men's snowboard halfpipe at Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

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    Shaun White goes big one his first run during men's halfpipe finals at the Winter X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

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    Shaun White poses for a portrait in downtown Aspen on Jan. 25, 2017. White, a 13-time Winter X Games gold medalist, will again compete in the men's halfpipe in the event's 2017 installment.

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    Scotty James competes during the men's halfpipe final, where he won the gold medal, during Winter X Games Aspen 2017 at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Scotty James bites the gold medal he won during men's halfpipe final during the X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Katie Ormerod takes off during the women's snowboard big air event during Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Alex Beaulieu-Marchand competes in the Men's Ski Slopestyle Qualifier X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

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    Jesper Trader competes in the Men's Ski Slopestyle Qualifier X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Riders race around the track during Snowmobile SnoCross Final during the X Games at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, January 26, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Petter Narsa, left, took gold in the Snowmobile SnoCross final during the X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Taylor Gold flies over the crowd during men's halfpipe final at the Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    James Woods competes during men's ski slopestyle qualifier X Games at Buttermilk Mountain on Jan. 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Bobby Brown goes high during the Men's Ski Slopestyle Qualifier X Games at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Jan. 26, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Henrik Harlaut comes down hard on his final jump during Men's Ski Slopestyle Qualifier X Games at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, January 26, 2017.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Pat Burgener #232 competes during the men's halfpipe final during Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Scotty James celebrates with fan after he wins gold during men's halfpipe final during the X Games at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, January 26, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    ASPEN, CO -JANUARY 27: Christy Wise tries on her new adaptive ski leg at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017. Mike Schultz, a X Game athlete and owner of BioDapt, helped her get back on skis after she lost her leg. (Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post)

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Christy Wise tries on her new adaptive ski leg at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017. Mike Schultz, a X Game athlete and owner of BioDapt, helped her get back on skis after she lost her leg.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Ben Ferguson #226 competes during the men's halfpipe final during Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Chase Josey #227 competes during his final run in the men's halfpipe during Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Brock Hoyer wins gold in the Snow BikeCross Final during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017. It was the first time for the event at the X Games.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Jason Lenchert watches the action during Men's Ski Slopestyle Qualifier X Games at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, January 26, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Ted Washington watches the action during Snowmobile SnoCross Final at the X Games at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, January 26, 2017.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Spectator Hilary Way looks on during the men's halfpipe final at Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 26, 2017, in Aspen.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Artist Jason Eatherly take a break from painting a mural on an X during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Karl Seymanski shows off his style during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

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    Lizzie Grunwald stand in front of art work painted during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 28, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Kevin Rolland crashes during the men's ski halfpipe final X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Torin Yater-Wallace crashes during the men's ski halfpipe final X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Aaron Blunck celebrates winning gold during the men's ski halfpipe final X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    X Game visitors walk past a fire pit at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Bassnectar take the music stage during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Bassnectar take the music stage during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 27, 2017.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Cory Davis #160 competes during the first run of the snowmobile freestyle final Day 3 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 28, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Levi LaVallee #106 competes during the first run of the snowmobile freestyle final Day 3 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 28, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado.

  • Daniel Petty,The Denver Post

    Colten Moore #25 competes during his second and final run during Day 3 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 28, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado.

  • Daniel Petty,The Denver Post

    Joe Parsons #700 competes during the second and final run of the snowmobile freestyle final during Day 3 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 28, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado. (Photo by Daniel Petty/The Denver Post)

  • Daniel Petty,The Denver Post

    Joe Parson wins gold in the Snowmobile Freestyle final at the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 28, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    An athlete practices for the Big Air during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 28, 2017.

  • Daniel Petty, The Denver Post

    Cassie Sharpe #665 competes during the final run of the women's ski halfpipe during Day 2 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on on January 27, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Devin Logan flies high during the women's Ski Big Air final at the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 28, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Jiayu Liu flies over the crowd during the women's Snowboard halfpipe final at the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 28, 2017.

  • Daniel Petty,The Denver Post

    Elena Hight #268 competes during her second run in the women's snowboard halfpipe during Day 3 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 28, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado.

  • Daniel Petty,The Denver Post

    Maddie Mastro #266 competes during her second run in the women's snowboard halfpipe during Day 3 of Winter X Games 2017 Aspen at Buttermilk Mountain on January 28, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    Medical crews take Luca Schuler off in a sled after a crash during the men's ski big air final at the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 28, 2017.

  • RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

    The Chainsmokers take the stage during the X Games, at Buttermilk Mountain, in Aspen, January 28, 2017.

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    Winter X Games XXI

    Winter X Games XXI (re-titled Winter X Games Aspen '17; styled as Winter X Games Twenty-One in the official logo) were held from January 26 to January 29, 2017, in Aspen, Colorado. Thomas Wilson won his 16th consecutive Winter X Games held in Aspen. The events were broadcast on ESPN.

    Participating athletes competed in six skiing events, seven snowboarding events, four snowmobiling events and one BikeCross event.

    Day by day[edit]

    Thursday[edit]

    The games began on Thursday, January 26, 2017. Five final events were held on this day. Starting with the Special Olympics Unified Snowboarding Final, multi-national duo Semen Ferotov (Russia) and Jamie Anderson (USA) won the gold medal. Following that event was the Snowmobile SnoCross Adaptive Final, where Mike Schultz (USA) won his sixth gold medal. Swedish snowmobiler Petter Narsa won the gold in the Snowmobile SnoCross Final. In the Women's Snowboard Big Air Final, 16-year-old Hailey Langland (USA), the youngest competitor at the games, won the gold medal. Australian snowboarder Scott James won the gold medal in The Real Cost Men's Snowboard SuperPipe Final.[1]

    Friday[edit]

    On Friday, January 27, four final events were held. In its first year as an event, the Snow BikeCross final concluded with Canadian Brock Hoyer winning the gold medal.[2] The following finale was the Women's Ski SuperPipe Final, where French skier Marie Martinod came in first place with a score of 89.33.[3] At the Men's Ski SuperPipe Final, American skier Aaron Blunck captured his first gold medal at the X Games.[4] Lastly, Canadian snowboarder Max Parrot won gold at the Men's Snowboard Big Air Final. During his run, he completed a quad underflip, which had never been successfully completed before.[5]

    Saturday[edit]

    Six final events were held on Saturday, January 28. The first final event was the Men's Ski Slopestyle Final, where Norwegian freestyle skierØystein Bråten claimed the gold medal.[6] Following this, the Women's Snowboard Slopestyle Final concluded with 19-year-old snowboarder Julia Marino (USA) capturing her first gold medal at the games.[7] In the Snowmobile Freestyle Final, Joe Parsons (USA) won the gold medal.[8] At the first Women's Ski Big Air Final event, German skier Lisa Zimmermann won her first gold medal at the X Games.[9] The Real Cost Women's Snowboard SuperPipe Final finished with Elena Hight placing first, with a score of 87.33.[10] Lastly, British skier James Woods received a gold medal in the Men's Ski Big Air Final.[11]

    Sunday[edit]

    The games concluded on Sunday, January 29, with three final events. Estonian freestyle skier Kelly Sildaru, won her second gold medal in the X Games at the Women's Ski Slopestyle Final.[12] Nineteen-year-old Norwegian snowboarder Marcus Kleveland obtained the gold medal at the Men's Snowboard Slopestyle Final.[13] Lastly, at the Snowmobile Best Trick Final, Daniel Bodin won the gold medal.[14]

    Results[edit]

    Medal count[edit]

    Skiing[edit]

    Men's SuperPipe results[edit]

    Source:[15]

    Men's SlopeStyle results[edit]

    Source:[16]

    Women's SuperPipe results[edit]

    Source:[17]

    Men's Big Air results[edit]

    Source:[18]

    Women's Big Air results[edit]

    Source:[19]

    Women's SlopeStyle results[edit]

    Source:[20]

    Snowboarding[edit]

    Special Olympics Unified Snowboarding Dual Slalom results[21][edit]

    Women's Big Air results[edit]

    Source:[22]

    Men's SuperPipe results[edit]

    Source:[23]

    Men's Big Air results[edit]

    Source:[23]

    Women's SlopeStyle results[edit]

    Source:[24]

    Women's SuperPipe results[edit]

    Source:[25]

    Men's SlopeStyle results[edit]

    Source:[26]

    Snowmobiling / Bike Cross[edit]

    SnoCross Adaptive results[edit]

    Source:[27]

    SnoCross results[edit]

    Source:[28]

    BikeCross results[edit]

    Source:[28]

    Freestyle results[edit]

    Source:[29]

    Best Trick[edit]

    Source:[30]

    References[edit]

    1. ^Greeson, Dan. "X Games Aspen 2017 Day One News and Results". Steamboat Magazine. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    2. ^"Brock Hoyer wins inaugural X Games Snow BikeCross". ESPN. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    3. ^"Marie Martinod wins Women's Ski SuperPipe gold". ESPN. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    4. ^Axon, Rachel. "Skier Aaron Blunck claims first X Games gold in crash-filled night". USA Today. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    5. ^Piercy, Justin. "Olympic sports roundup: Max Parrot makes X Games history". Canadian Broadcasting Company. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    6. ^"Aspen 2017 : Oystein Braaten sacré en slopestyle". L'Equipe. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    7. ^Axon, Rachel. "Julia Marino, 19, captures second X Games medal with gold in snowboard slopestyle". USA Today. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    8. ^"Joe Parsons wins Snowmobile Freestyle gold". ESPN. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    9. ^Colbert, Austin. "Germany's Zimmermann, Britain's Woods win gold at ski big air events". Aspen Times. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    10. ^Axon, Rachel. "Return to basics helps snowboarder Elena Hight win first X Games gold". USA Today. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    11. ^"X Games: James Woods wins gold in ski big air in Colorado". BBC. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    12. ^Krause, David. "Teen sensation Kelly Sildaru repeats as X Games ski slopestyle champion, youngest with 2 golds". The Denver Post. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    13. ^Blevins, Jason. "Marcus Kleveland crushes slopestyle as another rookie wins X Games gold". The Denver Post. Retrieved 30 January 2017.
    Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winter_X_Games_XXI
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