The Summer X Games are back after taking a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and they’ll be back to where a lot of extreme sports started Southern California running from today’s open until July 18. Click here to watch X Games Live Online
2021 Summer X Games Schedule
|Friday, July 16, 2021|
|6 pm - 7pm ET||Pacifico Skateboard Vert|
|8 pm - 8:45 pm ET||Pacifico Skateboard Vert bEST tRICK|
|9 pm - 11:30 pm ET||X Games 2021 (ESPN)|
|11:30 pm - 12:30 am ET||Wendy's BMX Street|
|Saturday, July 17, 2021|
|1 pm - 6 pm ET||X Games 2021 (ABC)|
|6 pm - 7pm ET||Women's Skateboard Street|
|8 pm - 11 pm ET||X Games 2021 (ESPN2)|
|11 pm - 12 am ET||Men's Skateboard Street|
|12:30 am - 1:15 am ET||Skateboard Street Best Trick|
|Sunday, July 18, 2021|
|1 pm - 6 pm ET||(ABC) Watch Online|
The X Games are an annual extreme sports event produced, hosted, and broadcasted by ESPN, with the inaugural games being hosted in 1995. After pulling off the winter X Games in Aspen, ESPN moved ahead to plan the summer games and are actually using athletes’ backyard facilities for several of the events.
How to Watch 2021 X Games
The 2021 Summer X Games will be broadcast on ESPN and several other Disney properties in the United States, including ABC and streaming on Facebook and YouTube. The list grows for international broadcast partners. Watch Online
If you want a one-stop place to watch all X Games coverage, we recommend live streaming service Premium TV. For $9.97, you get an X Games pass covering all events in crystal clear HD with no VPN needed and available globally.
— X Games (@XGames) July 16, 2021
You’ll want to tune in this evening for Day 3 of the X Games for events like Pacifico Skateboard Vert, Pacifico Skateboard Vert Best Trick and Wendy’s BMX Street among other events.
You won’t want to miss Bucky Lasek look to tear it up in the skateboard very along with eigt other participants, including
- Augusto Akio
- Mitchie Brusco
- Gui Khury
- Clay Kreiner
- Tom Schaar
- Elliot Sloan
- Jimmy Wilkins
BMX Street also features eight participants:
- Alex Donnachie
- Dennis Enarson
- Chad Kerley
- Lewis Mills
- Kevin Peraza
- Felix Prangenberg
- Matt Ray
- Garrett Reynolds
Earlier today in the Men’s skateboard park, Liam Pace won gold, followed by Gavin Bottger and Tristan Rennie, who will take home silver and bronze.
Sky Brown took home the gold for the women, just ahead of Mami Tezuka winning silver and Bryce Wettstein claiming bronze.
X Games 2021 Day Four Recap
The final day of X Games 2021 competition wrapped up at the CA Training Facility on the Street course with Women’s Skateboard Street, Men’s Skateboard Street and Skateboard Street Best Trick.
Competition kicked off in the afternoon with Women’s Skateboard Street, where Leticia Bufoni earned her fifth gold and broke the record for most gold in Women’s Skateboard Street history. This also marked her 12th medal overall, tying snowboarder Lindsay Jacobellis for third-most X Games medals by a woman. Bufoni entered her fourth run in silver medal position, before throwing down a backside feeble grind on A-frame rail, frontside tailslide to fakie down Hubba ledge, 360 flip up bank to flat, frontside feeble grind, backside lipslide down 6-stair handrail, backside ollie up Euro gap and frontside ollie 180 down 8-stair set to earn gold in the very last run of the competition. Samarria Brevard added her second X Games medal with silver and Poe Pinson took bronze in her second X Games appearance.
X Games Shanghai 2019 silver medalist Dashawn Jordan took his first X Games gold in Men’s Skateboard Street. Jordan started off strong in his first and ultimately best run, throwing down a frontside crooked grind, backside nosegrind up Hubba ledge, frontside shove-it lipslide to fakie, backside noseblunt slide on ledge, 360 flip to 50-50 down 6-stair rail, 180 to fakie nosegrind on small ledge and a Cab 270 lipslide. Jamie Foy, the Real Street 2019 bronze medalist, took silver and Ishod Wair, the most recent X Games gold medalist in the discipline, took bronze.