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Skier Superpipe to be Included at X Games

Two new events—male skier superpipe and snowmobile knockout—are added to the roster for the 2010 Winter X Games, planned for January 28-31 at Buttermilk in Aspen, Colorado. Plans don’t yet include women’s superpipe. We asked X Games competitor Jess Cummings why.

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Men's Superpipe Finals: Breck Dew Tour

It was a snowy day in Breckenridge as the world's best superpipe skiers battled it out on a massive 22-foot pipe. Simon Dumont, Justin Dorey, and Kevin Rolland skied the cleanest runs in the pipe to earn them first, second, and third.

American Keri Herman won a silver at the Winter X Games in Aspen earlier this year, and today, she earned another silver in slopestyle, thanks to her second run, which included a 540 true tail grab.

European X Games

The European X Games finished up today in Tignes, France, with the women's ski slopestyle and halfpipe and the men's ski slopestyle. North American athletes represented on the podium with Canadian and U.S. skiers winning all three of today's events. Here are photos from the day.

The Tahoe-based skier's run was a straight air with a mute grab, left 5 safety, right 5, left 5, mute straight air, left 7.

Freeski Superpipe: New Zealand Winter Games

Cardrona, outside of Wanaka, New Zealand, played host to the Freeski Superpipe event in the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games. Gus Kenworthy and Devin Logan took home top honors, and Jossi Wells, Jen Hudak, David Wise, and Maddie Bowman were on the podium as well.

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X Games Wrap Up

This weekend, the Winter X Games, arguably the biggest event in skiing, took over Aspen. The pioneer of women's pipe skiing regained the podium, Sammy Carlson finally won Slopestyle gold, and a local boy made it big. Here's what went down.