ESPN and REnextop Announce Inaugural X Games Chongli 2020 Winter Event at Secret Garden Resort in China

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ESPN and REnextop Announce Inaugural X Games Chongli 2020 Winter Event at Secret Garden Resort in China

X Games Chongli to take place February 21-23; Sports Disciplines Revealed

RIDER: Liu Jiayu, X Games snowboarder and 2018 Winter Olympic medalist | PHOTO: Gabriel Christus/ESPN Images

Following the successful launch of the inaugural X Games Shanghai event this past June, ESPN, the leading action sports content provider and creator of the X Games, and REnextop Entertainment today announced X Games Chongli – the first X Games winter event to be held in China.  The event will take place February 21-23 at the Secret Garden ski resort in Chongli district within the city of Zhangjiakou, which will also serve as a 2022 Winter Olympic host venue for ski snowboard events.

X Games Chongli 2020 winter sports and disciplines are as follows:

Big Air Big Air
Slopestyle (M & W) Slopestyle (M & W)
SuperPipe (M & W) SuperPipe (M & W)

Along with world-class action sports competition and athletes, X Games Chongli will feature musical performances, art installations and a festival experience.

“I’m honored and thrilled to participate in the first X Games winter event in China,” said X Games snowboard SuperPipe rider and Winter Olympic silver medalist, Liu Jiayu. “X Games is the premiere winter action sports competition and youth culture festival, celebrating authenticity, style and limitless possibilities. I look forward to competing on the X Games stage in front of the Chinese people and helping grow winter action sports participation in China.”

Mark McMorris, a 17-time X Games and two-time Olympic snowboard medalist, added, “I’m excited and honored to be competing at X Games Chongli.  X Games is the premiere event in snowboarding, and I cannot be happier to be showcasing our sport in such an incredible country.  I hope that this will help inspire the citizens of China to try snowboarding!  We will see you all in February!”

In addition to local Chinese broadcasts and ESPN’s U.S. media, X Games Chongli competitions will be televised on ESPN networks around the world and distributed via other international media outlets and local television broadcasters in various markets.

The full schedule, venue and ticket information for the X Games Chongli 2020 will be announced in the near future. Additional information will be forthcoming on for fans or on for media only.

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Media Contacts:

Danny Chi, ESPN Communications                    +1 213-405-4400; [email protected]
Grace Coryell, ESPN Communications               +1 213-405-4402; [email protected]
Olivia Wilson, ESPN Communications                +1 213-405-4145; [email protected]

Olivia Coryell

Based out of Austin, Texas, Olivia Coryell is a communications manager focusing on ESPN+, The Walt Disney Company's leading direct-to-consumer sports streaming service. In her time at ESPN, Coryell has worked on communications efforts for X Games, Brand Marketing, Corporate Citizenship, esports and more. Coryell is a proud graduate of Florida State University.
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