Each year, X Games is full of great moments -- never-been-done-before tricks, spectacular crashes, quirky fans, triumphant defeats, and heart-wrenching losses. We aim to capture those moments in videos, photos, and written word, providing you with on-the-ground coverage of the biggest event in action sports. Stay tuned to this page as we bring you big moments from X Games 17, taking place July 28-31 in Los Angeles.
Garrett Reynolds continued his streak in BMX Street, having won every X Games gold since the event began.
Brian Deegan beat out defending champ Tanner Foust for his first RallyCross gold, while Travis Pastrana, who was driving with a modified hand-operated car and a broken leg, looked to be in line for the third spot until crashing at the end.
Shaun White gold
Shaun White landed a heelflip body varial frontside 540 to take the gold on his last run in Vert. It was his first X Games gold since 2007.
Nyjah Huston gold
Nyjah Huston, age 16, continued a dominant season by becoming the youngest gold medalist in X Games Skateboard Street history.
Travis Pastrana practices
Despite shattering his leg during Moto X Best Trick, Travis Pastrana was seen practicing for RallyCross in a car that was specially modified to allow him to drive without the use of his foot.
Bob Burnquist wins Skateboard Big Air gold
After two years of Jake Brown grabbing the gold medal on the last run of the competition, Bob Burnquist stomped a switch frontside 540 over the gap and a lien-to double grab 540 on the quarterpipe.
Steve McCann lands no-handed BMX 900
Steve McCann got in a wild battle with Jamie Bestwick in BMX Vert. Although McCann could only get silver, he did manage to land the second no-handed 900 in BMX competition history. Video
Travis Pastrana injured during Moto X Best Trick
Pastrana crashed attempting a corked 720 in Moto X Best Trick, breaking his foot and ankle and forcing him to pull out of X Games 17. Story
Jackson Strong lands first Moto X frontflip for gold
The Moto X frontflip has been landed, but never in competition until Jackson Strong put one down in the Best Trick final. Video
Matt Buyten sets new Moto X Step Up record
After Brian Deegan broke the standing record, Matt Buyten set a brand new one at 37', earning gold in the process. Video
Brian Deegan breaks Step Up record
The Moto X Step Up record stood at 35'6" for 11 years, until Brian Deegan blew past it in the final Thursday night at X17. Video
Mitchie Brusco's practice 900
A few weeks ago, 14-year-old Mitchie Brusco joined the 900 club on the Mega Ramp. He's now landed one in Big Air practice at X; will he be able to put it down for gold in the final? Video