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Following the X-Games in Aspen, Colorado, at the end of January, Tignes is gearing up for four action-packed days of competition as some of the world’s best athletes in skiing and snowboarding face off for some of the most coveted medals in extreme snow sports. The 4th edition of the X-Games in Tignes are completely free so there’s no excuse to miss out on a chance to witness over a hundred and twenty-five Olympians and legends battle it out. The event will feature eight different events for men and women over three days, including ski and snowboard SuperPipe and Slopestyle along with a freestyle snowmobiling exhibition. Last year's event saw over 100,000 visitors at the foot of the supersize modules in Tignes, to cheer on some of the biggest names in skiing and snowboarding, including Shaun White who will be present again this year.
And if the games returned to Tignes for a 4th edition, it’s because the French resort is high, snow-sure – particularly this year with the abundant snow that has fallen on the French Alps - and hard-core. The resort’s height at 2100 meters (6900 feet) guarantees one of the longest ski seasons in France from September to May, and grants access to beautiful wide open slopes, hugely varied terrain and some of the best lift-served back-country skiing in the world. Sport is taken very seriously in Tignes! Intermediate and expert skiers will know sheer bliss but all five resort villages have free nursery slopes to get beginners up to speed. The resort features 6 slalom stadiums, a mogul field, two half-pipes and a beginner/intermediate snowpark along with the Val Park in nearby Val d’Isère so there’s something sure to please everyone.
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