X Games Barcelona

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The TV special covers the 2013 X Games that was located in Barcelona. The competition features extreme sports such as skating, biking, motorcycling, and so forth. All the competitors have already qualified for these round and these are the final rounds that can finally allow them to win the games. The special features members from the teams and competitors talking about their journey up to this moment and what it means to them. The games are appropriate for all ages although it is highly encouraged for people to not try these sports at home without some kind of supervision or proper knowledge.

1 Season, 5 Episodes
May 13, 2013
X Games Barcelona

X Games Barcelona Full Episode Guide

  • X Games Barcelona 2013 concludes in fitting fashion with the highest of heights in the Moto X Step Up and BMX Big Air. Garrett Reynolds goes for his sixth straight BMX Street title and Pedro Barros aims for a third consecutive Skateboard Park gold.

  • X Games Barcelona 2013 continues with a fast paced day 3 of action. Nyjah Huston aims to keep up his string of success in Street League Skateboarding and in Women's Skateboard Park, the world meets Alana Smith, now the youngest medalist in X Games history.

  • An action packed day 2 of X Games Barcelona 2013 includes the finals of the BMX Vert, the Moto X Speed and Style and the Skateboard Big Air. If Bob Burnquist successfully defends his Skateboard Big Air title, that would bring him to a total of 24 X Games medals, even with BMX legend Dave Mirra and ahead of snowboarder and skateboarder Shaun White for the medal-total record.

  • The expanded global X Games series has been golden so far for Bucky Lasek, who won Skateboard Vert gold on the opening day of X Games Barcelona, just one month after grabbing gold in Brazil at X Games Foz do Iguacu. Lasek, 40, is the oldest skateboarder competing at X Games Barcelona and now has a total of eight gold medals in his collection, six of them in Skateboard Vert; that ties him with Pierre-Luc Gagnon for the most Skateboard Vert medals in the 20-year history of X Games.