The Winter X Games has been an annual extreme sports contest since it first began in 1997. The games are the brainchild of the ESPN family of Networks and is also controlled by the same group. The inaugural Winter X Games were held in summer 1997 in Big Bear Lake, California. Participants compete to win bronze, silver and gold medals, and prize money. The sports that are covered and considered as being Extreme range from the following list:
Super Modified Snow Shovel RacingSnow Mountain Bike RacingSkiboardingIce climbingUltracrossSnowskatingHillcrossSnowmobile Best TrickMen's Skier XWomen's Skier XMono Skier SkiingMen's Slopestyle resultsWomen's Slopestyle resultsMen's SuperPipe resultsWomen's SuperPipe results5Men's Big Air resultsSnowboardingMen's Slopestyle resultsWomen's Snowboard Slopestyle resultsMen's SuperPipe resultsWomen's SuperPipe resultsMen's Big Air resultsMen's Snowboard Street resultsSnowmobileFreestyle resultsSpeed & StyleSnoCrossSnoCross AdaptiveBest Trick
Runtime: 120 minutes
Winter X Games - Winter X Games Europe - Netflix
The Winter X Games Europe is an annual sports event – the European edition of the Winter X Games – held in Tignes, France. The first edition was held from March 10–12, 2010. It was the first Winter X Games competition held outside of the United States. The events are broadcast by ESPN and Canal+. The event consists of slopestyle and superpipe competitions for both skiers and snowboarders on men's and women's sides. Snowmobile riders deliver an exhibition performance.
Winter X Games - Women's Superpipe Final - Netflix
Winter X Games - References - Netflix