You can watch all the 2010 Winter X Games competitions on ESPN, and read about all the results on ESPN.com and elsewhere, so we're bringing you behind the scenes of Winter X Games 14 with our reporter in Aspen Curtis Wackerle and photographer Heather Rousseau.
Over the course of the next five days (the 14th Winter X Games run from Jan. 28-31, 2010), expect to see stories on the athletes, the spectators, the parties, the music scene, and the general mayhem that always accompanies the return of the Winter X Games to Aspen, Colorado, told through the words of reporter Curtis Wackerle and the images of photographer Heather Rousseau.
So be sure to check out the Sierra Snowboard Media section over the course of the next five days as we'll be updating it constantly with more entertaining content from on the hill and in town at the 2010 Winter X Games.
And in the mean time, check out some of ESPN's coverage:
[Highlight: Perhaps it's time to start treating people who don't take snowboarding seriously like a cranky grandparent who lived through the Great Depression and can't believe how much a cup of coffee costs these days. Just sigh and try not to roll your eyes. Because, whether or not grandpa ever chooses to accept it, time has marched on.]
[Highlight: Rivalries between Torah Bright and Gretchen Bleiler in Snowboard Superpipe, Sarah Burke and Grete Eliassen in Ski Superpipe and Slopestyle]
Photo by Heather Rousseau, www.hrousseau.com
Fans jam one of the many competition venues at last year's Winter X Games.