Shaun White on his way to pipe perfection at Winter X Games
Wow! What else to say after Shaun White produced a perfect score of “100″ on Sunday in snowboard superpipe on the final day of X-Games in Aspen.
Even crazier: White already had the competition locked up after his first run proved untouchable by the rest of the field. But instead of goofing off in the pipe, the red-headed superstar made history. And what about those Zebra-print pants? Read more.
Speaking of superstars stepping up at the right time, Bobby Brown proved he’s at the top of the heap with a strong effort on Saturday (Jan. 28) to win Big Air at X-Games. Consistency was a key, Brown said afterward, but it took more than that. Read more.
(Get results from the entire weekend.)
That wasn’t all the action on Saturday, which was another stirring one for Canadian skiers:
- Men’s Ski Superpipe: Young American David Wise topped the talented field, including Torin Yater-Wallace and Simon Dumont, for the gold. Results.
- Women’s Ski SuperPipe: It was an emotional win for Canadian skier Roz Groenewoud, who celebrated the memory of friend, fellow Canadian and superpipe star, the late Sarah Burke. Results.
FRIDAY, Jan. 27: Results from Friday included:
THURSDAY, Jan. 26: It was a day of great emotion (a wonderful tribute to the late Sarah Burke you can watch) and some milder concerns (Shaun White reinjured a sprained ankle) as Winter X opened in Aspen.
Thursday’s results on the slopes:
Find a Winter X Games Guide and a TV schedule.
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