Winter X Games 16 Schedule: When and Where to Watch Biggest Events

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Winter X Games 16 Schedule: When and Where to Watch Biggest Events
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Shaun White brings you to the X Games, but there is plenty more see.

The 2013 Winter X Games have a wide array of intriguing competitions and plenty to grab your attention. Though it might be a little confusing and hard to follow with all of the action going on.

With an event so big and stretching for multiple days it’s hard to keep track of when and where everything is going down. But you don’t need to worry about that, we’ve got a breakdown of where and when to watch the top events that you won’t want to miss this weekend.

Take a look at where you can find White and the biggest names in the sport in Aspen.

 

Snowboard Big Air Final

Watch McMorris become the first to nail the triple cork 1440 during the 2012 Winter X Games.

When: Friday, Jan. 25 at 10:30 p.m. ET

Watch: ESPN, ESPN3 / 3D

You don’t have much time to get to your TV if you don’t know about Friday night’s Snowboard Big Air final.

The event is headlined by defending champion Mark McMorris. The 19-year-old Canadian star became the first snowboarder since Shaun White to win multiple golds at an X Games.

Last year he also became the first to land a triple cork 1440.

 

Snowmobile Best Trick Final 

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When: Sunday, Jan. 27, at 9 p.m. ET

Watch: ESPN, ESPN3 / 3D

Last year, Heath Frisby became the first to land a front flip on a snowmobile, but he might not be around for this year’s best trick final. Frisby wrecked both of his sleds during the Snowmobile Freestyle event, according to Andrew Travers of AspenDailyNews.com.

Will there be someone even more daring that steals the gold this year in Sunday night’s final? You’ll have to tune in to find out.

 

Snowboard SuperPipe Men's Final 

When: Sunday, Jan. 27 at 9:45 p.m. ET

Watch: ESPN, ESPN3 / 3D

The men’s snowboard SuperPipe Final is the signature event of the games. Unsurprisingly it’s also White’s signature event, too.

“The Flying Tomato” already has the record, winning five-straight golds in the event, but he is primed to add a sixth with another win in Aspen on Sunday night.

Will it be White? Or, will one of the younger guns step up and steal the spotlight from the heavily favored and most well-known snowboarder in the sport?

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