Real Ski Videos Now Available on

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Real Ski Videos Now Available on

Full Real Ski Episode to Air February 24 on ABC


Kicking off the Real Series 2018 schedule, Real Ski launched today, February 14, with six never-before-seen urban-freeskiing video parts debuting on A full World of X Games episode will air February 24 on ABC, featuring all six video parts, behind-the-scenes footage and athlete interviews. The videos will be judged by a panel of industry experts, and their selections for which athlete/filmer teams will be awarded X Games gold, silver and bronze medals will be announced on the ABC broadcast. Cash prizes will be awarded to the medalists. Fans will also have a chance to view and vote for their favorite videos online at, with the Fan Favorite winning an additional cash prize.


Click Photo to View Teaser – Skier: Antti Ollila / Photo: Ville Vappula

The six Real Ski athletes and filmers competing are:


  • Magnus Graner / Gustav Cavallin
  • LJ Strenio / Jake Strassman
  • Phil Casabon / Alexandre Casabon & Brady Perron
  • Mike Hornbeck / Spencer Milbocker
  • Antti Ollila / Joonas Mattila
  • Keegan Kilbride / Ethan Timmons


A forum for the world’s best riders and filmers to create premium action sports video content, the Real Series brings together the worlds of competitive action sports and core video parts for six competitions in 2018 – Ski, Snow, Street, BMX, Moto and Wake. Now in its ninth year, the Real Series will feature past Real Series winners and Fan Favorites, X Games medalists and up-and-coming athletes from around the world.


More details will be available on for fans or on for members of the media. Follow @XGames on Twitter and join the conversation using #RealSki.





Grace Coryell, ESPN Communications, [email protected], 213-405-4402

Danny Chi, ESPN Communications, [email protected], 213-405-4400





Grace Coryell

Based out of the LAPC in Los Angeles, Calif., Grace Coryell is manager of communications focusing on X Games and West Coast PR. A native Angelino, Coryell attended the University of Southern California and began working at ESPN in 2008.
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