The 25th annual Winter X Games will feature some of the best winter sports athletes in different skiing and snowboarding events.
Historically, the United States has outpaced every other country in the medal count. The U.S. team has won more than twice as many medals as the second most-decorated country (Canada) in nearly every Winter X Games this decade.
Olympians Max Parrot, Chloe Kim, Julia Marino and Gus Kenworthy are among the notable athletes who have been invited to participate in the X Games in 2019, offering up what is sure to be a show.
Here is everything to know about the 2019 Winter X Games, including a complete schedule of events, TV information and more.
When are the Winter X Games 2019?
The Winter X Games open Thursday, Jan. 24 and end Sunday, Jan. 27 in Aspen, Colorado. It will be the 18th consecutive year the city has hosted the event.
How to watch the Winter X Games on TV, online
ESPN will have the national broadcast for the Winter X Games. Events can also be streamed on the X Games YouTube page, Facebook and Twitter accounts for viewers inside the United States. Those outside of the U.S. can also watch some select events through the X Games social media pages.
X Games schedule of events
Thursday, January 24
Special Olympics Unified Snowboarding
Women's Ski SuperPipe
Men's Ski SuperPipe Final
Friday, January 25
Women's Ski Slopestyle
Women's Ski Big Air
Men Snowboard Big Air
10:35 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Saturday, January 26
Women's Snowboard Slopestyle
Snowboard Knuckle Huck
Men's Ski Big Air Final
Sunday, January 27
Men's Ski Slopestyle Final
Men's Snowboard SuperPipe Final