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Do blondes really have more fun? Kari Traa certainly thinks so. The freestyle skier from Norway is having a blast as she obliterates her competition on the world's meanest moguls.
Freeskiing may be the most dangerous winter sport around. There's no time clock and no marked course. Skiers pick their own route by flying off cliffs, jumping over rocks and dodging trees.
Motorcycles jumping off snowbanks, skiers racing boarders and face plants on ice are all happening in Colorado. Get ready for the chaos, crashes and carnage of the 2002 Winter X Games.
Rob "Sluggo" Boyce is definitely no slug when it comes to skateboarding. He gets a regular invite to the half-pipe at the X-Games and he's now showing Hollywood the art of skating as well.
Jasey-Jay Anderson jumps, jibs and jams better than any snowboarder on the planet. He's ripped up the snowboard cross and PGS tours and now has his mind set on an Olympic gold medal.
Imagine jumping on your skateboard and flying down a hill at 70 miles per hour with no brakes. That's what Biker Sherlock does for a living. He has a need for speed and absolutely no fear.
Whether you're using them to play hockey, get to the corner store or just blow past that old granny on the street - inline skating is one of the most convenient ways to get around.
Picabo Street has always skied as fast as she can and she's always ignored rules. Those traits are what wins Picabo Olympic medals and what gets her into trouble with the ski patrol.
It's a TV series about skaters, played by kids who actually skateboard. The show is called Skate and it's another reason, other than no school, to be psyched about Saturdays.
Matt Dove trashed the X-Games and was accused of being a cry baby, Tony Hawk and Andy MacDonald took the vert double and 14 year-old Dallas Friday was the Queen of Wakeboarding.
Tori Allen grew up climbing trees with monkeys in the jungles of Africa. She now lives in the United States - but she's still one of the best climbers and she's always surrounded by monkeys.
It's not really surprising that a guy named Froggy is one of the top wakeboarders in the world - but what is surprising is that this frog is just 12 years old. Read on to meet Froggy Soven.
When the Bonifay Brothers aren't busy ripping up the water on their wakeboards, you'll probably catch them signing autographs for hot girls, making movies or listening to D-12.
You'll see two new events, a new location on the east coast and there's even a chance Tony Hawk might drop by. What's even better? It's free. The 2001 X-Games are just around the corner.
The search for the biggest wave is on. Where will it be found? Surfer's Paradise in Australia? Sunny California? Maui? Or in your bathtub? The Billabong Odyssey is hoping to find the answer.
When I first met Mick Hannah, he had Powder Finger blaring in his stereo and he was getting ready to bomb down a mountain at 40 miles an hour. Now I know why the call him Sic Mic.
The World Cup Mountain Biking tour is making stops in 11 spectacular locations around the planet in 2001. Along the way there's plenty of big air, nasty terrain and lots of sick wipe-outs.
Rugby is one of the most popular sports in places like Australia and England! Find out more about this crazy game!
No board, no blades, no problem. If you're looking for a sport that lets you do grinds, railslides and backsides - even without a board - hit the street and try some freestyle walking.