The X Games is an annual extreme sports event hosted, delivered, and communicated by ESPN. Inclusion is additionally appeared on ESPN's sister organize, ABC. The debut X Games were held amid the mid year of 1995 in Newport, Rhode Island. Members contend to win bronze, silver, and gold decorations, and in addition prize cash.
The opposition frequently includes new traps, for example, Tony Hawk's 900 in skateboarding, Travis Pastrana's twofold reverse somersault in free-form motocross, Heath Frisby's first since forever snowmobile front flip in Snowmobile Best Trick, Torstein Horgmo's initially landed triple stopper in a snowboard rivalry, and Tom Scharr finding the initial 1080 on a skateboard at X Games Asia. Simultaneous with rivalry is the "X Fest" sports and music celebration, which offers unrecorded music, competitor signature sessions, and intelligent components.
The X Games much of the time includes new traps like Tony Hawk's 900 in skateboarding, Travis Pastrana's twofold reverse somersault in free-form motocross, Health Frisby's first historically speaking snowmobile front flip in Snowmobile Best Trick and Torstein Horgmo's previously landed triple flip in a snowboard rivalry.