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ESPN will deliver live coverage of the 2017 X Games Aspen on pay-TV channel BT SPORT//ESPN in the UK, as well as live and on demand coverage on ESPNPlayer.com across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
As the world’s premier action sports competition returns to Oslo on March 8-11, the event features top athletes competing in eight different disciplines over four days for the second time. Taking place at the Hafjell ski resort, the winter games includes snowboard, ski and snowmobile events, with more than 70 competitors, among them several Olympians.
Fans can watch the action live on BT SPORT//ESPN from Wednesday March 8, with coverage of the Men’s Ski Slopestyle Eliminations from 3pm GMT, before the eliminations get underway from 6pm. The channel’s live action continues through to Saturday 11, with live coverage of the Men’s Ski Big Air Finals from 7.30pm.
All the action will also be available on ESPN Select – the new channel from ESPN Player which features live events from a wide range of sports. Events will be available live and on demand, allowing fans to watch the action at a time that suits them.
After successful competitions at X Games Oslo 2016, X Games will host Women’s Ski and Snowboard Big Air finals for the second time in Oslo. The Norway X Games will also feature Snowboard and Ski Big Air (Men and Women) and – new to the event – Snowboard and Ski Slopestyle (Men and Women).
TOP WINTER SPORTS ATHLETES SET TO FEATURE
The biggest names in winter sports are set to take part in the games – including Norwegian X Games medalists Stale Sandbech, Markus Kleveland, Silje Norendal, Johanne Killi and Øystein Braaten. The world’s top ski and snowboard athletes will compete, including six-time X Games gold medalist Mark McMorris, 12-time X Games medalist Jamie Anderson, two-time defending Ski Slopestyle gold medalist and Big Air silver medalist Kelly Sildaru and X Games Oslo 2016 Ski Big Air gold medalist Henrik Harlaut. For the full list of invited athletes, please visit www.xgames.com.
British Olympic men’s skier James Woods will be hoping to add to the gold that he won in X Games Aspen 2017 in the Ski Big Air, as well as the bronze he won in the Men’s Ski Slopestyle at X Games Aspen 2013. British Olympic snowboarder Katie Ormerod, aged just 19, will make her third X Games appearance after winning bronze in the Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle at X Games Aspen 2017, after finishing sixth in last year’s Snowboard Slopestyle. Billy Morgan, from Southampton, represented Great Britain at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and won bronze in the Snowboard Big Air at X Games Oslo 2016.
X GAMES LIVE ON BTSPORT/ESPN
Fans can watch all the X Games Oslo 2017 action live on BT SPORT//ESPN across the four days of the event. BT SPORT//ESPN is available on mobile, desktop and iPad with high quality streaming on all devices, on Virgin Media, Plusnet and TalkTalk TV.
Satellite – Sky: Channel 426 and 458 (HD)
Cable – Virgin Media: Channel 534 and 530 (HD)
IPTV – BT, Plusnet, TalkTalk TV: Channel 411 and 434 (HD)
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