X Games Sydney 2018 Now Accepting Media Credential Applications

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X Games Sydney 2018 Now Accepting Media Credential Applications

Media credential applications are now being accepted for X Games Sydney 2018, taking place October 19 – 21 at Spotless Stadium in Sydney, Australia. To apply for credentials click HERE. Accreditation applications for X Games Sydney will close on Monday, September 17. All applications must be submitted prior to this date or they will not be considered.  

 

Who:                Members of the press assigned to cover X Games Sydney 2018 may apply for credentials. The credential application will be available online HERE. Members of the press can read the latest press releases at www.espnmediazone.com and download photos from previous X Games events at www.espnimages.com.

 

What:                  ESPN, in collaboration with Seven West Media, Australia’s number one audience company, will bring X Games Sydney to Australia. X Games Sydney will feature Skateboard, BMX and Moto X competitions. For the first time in the event’s more than 20 year history, an X Games event will take place in Australia, home to some of the world’s best action sports athletes. Australian athletes hold 138 medals, 45 of which are gold from X Games summer and winter events.

 

When & Where:             X Games Sydney 2018 is taking place October 19 – 21 at Spotless Stadium in Sydney, Australia. Additional information on venue locations and the competition schedule will be available at www.xgames.com.

 

*In order to be approved for credentials, applications must be from working members of the media on editorial assignment.

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Media Contacts:

 

X Games Sydney          Tristan Hay       +61 418 773 477           [email protected]

ESPN PR                     Grace Coryell    +1 818 585 3696           [email protected]

 

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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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