two heli-skiers on a slope shelter against the downdraft from their helicopter

X Games 2017 Aspen Uprising

Bobby Brown // Ski Master //
LifeProof Athlete

Progressive tricks. Technical perfection. Effortless style. Bobby Brown pulls off the impossible every time his skis leave the snow. It’s why he’s captured six X Games medals so far. And why he’s poised to mine more metal at Aspen 2017.


LifeProof Athletes

Slater Trout

Pro waterman Slater Trout has toured and photographed the world for SUP competitions — and gained an army of followers along the way.

Terry Adams

Born near New Orleans, Terry Adams started riding young and dedicated his life to flatland — a decision that paid off in 2005 when he captured gold at X Games.

Lizzie Armanto

Hailing from L.A., Lizzie Armanto found skateboarding at 14. She has won over 30 skateboarding awards, including a gold medal at X Games Barcelona.

Cam Zink

Broken bones. Torn ligaments. Ruptured organs. Cam Zink has sacrificed his body on the trails — but not in vain. When he rides, he pushes the sport forward.

Carro Djupsjö

After Carro tasted the adrenaline rush of sticking tricks, she’s been chasing the wakeboard dragon all over the world and capturing awards at every step.

Gary Young

Bursting onto the BMX scene in 2002, Gary Young earned the sport’s respect with his signature style and freestyle creativity, and he continues to dominate.

Jarryd McNeil

Jarryd McNeil whips it good — whips it the best, in fact. The Australian-born moto rider owns bronze, silver and gold from X Games, and he only gets better.


Johnny is an AMA Pro Flat-Track racer, who took fourth at X Games Austin 2015 in Flat Track racing. He is racing the No. 10 Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Ducati and looks to improve upon last year’s finish with a medal finish for 2016.