Friday, 15 December 2017

The X Games Real Snow Competition is coming to an end and the final voting match battle is on. After visiting and voting go back there on January 30 to check the results, here is what ESPN's website has to say about the description of the event.

Following the success of August's Real Street contest, the first video-only contest at X Games, the "Real" series returns for its winter debut. For Real Snow, eight snowboarders submitted a 60-second exclusive video filmed partly on urban terrain. The videos will be judged by a panel of industry pros. One winner who presents the best overall impression will be awarded a Winter X Games gold medal and $50,000. In addition, all the videos will be shown as part of the WX15 telecast on Jan. 29. In Aspen, all eight Real Snow athletes will come together for Snowboard Street, a jam session with a street set-up, where the medalists will be announced.
Now it's time to do your part. Each rider's segment has been set, tournament-style, in head-to-head brackets. Watch 'em throw down and determine which rider you think should advance. Winner of the fan favorite will be awarded $2,500.
So who's throwing down? Meet the riders in the inaugural Winter X Games Real Snow event.

Representing for French Canada, Nic Sauvé is a product of the Quebec street snowboard scene. His style is so smooth, he should just change his last name to "suave", so do not forget to vote for Nic Sauve !

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