The 17th edition of Winter X-Games starts on January 24th and Oakley Canada athletes are a major threat in all disciplines.
Mark McMorris is the returning champion in Snowboard Slopestyle & Big Air. And after his recent wins in both disciplines at Dew Tour in December, Mark is determined to prove that repeat is part of his vocabulary.
After a shaky start, Seb Toutant is ready to take back the throne in slopestyle and throw down triple corks in Big Air.
With the taste of victory still fresh in his mouth from O'Neil Evolution in Davos, Maxence Parrot is ready to play with the big boys on the biggest stage in Action Sports.
Current ISOC champion, Tim Tremblay returns to X-Games Snocross to battle it out with snowmobile's elite.
Kaya Turski is looking for a 4-peat in slope style. The Freeskier Magazine, athlete of the year has finished on the podium 9 out of her last 10 competitions.
Olympic hopeful, Megan Gunning returns to X-Games Ski Halfpipe. A clean run could have her heading home with some precious metal.
New addition to Oakley Canada, and his first visit to X-Games, Alex Beaulieu-Marchand earned his invite after placing 3rd at the Copper Mountain World Cup. ABM is new blood on the scene and is certain to turn heads during ski slopestyle.
Alex Bellemare is Dew Tour's rookie of the year; and is also new to X-Games in Aspen. Alex is part of a new generation of Canadian freestyle skiers that are putting the world on notice.
Noah Morrison earned the last available spot for Ski Slopestyle with his win at The North Face Open in Whistler, last week. Noah is also new to the Oakley Canada family.
Noah Bowman is one of the most promising halfpipe skiers out there. His 2nd place at last years X-Games made everyone pay attention to the Sochi hopeful.
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