Fourteen-year-old Tom Schaar got his first X Games Big Air victory in Austin, but it didn't come without a unique approach to training and preparation
A look back at all of the people who messed with Texas and came out triumphant at this week's first-ever X Games in Austin
While traditional motorsports series have struggled to capture the millennial demographic, RallyCross is primed to become auto racing's next big thing
Texas native Morgan Wade hopes to break the high-air record in the GoPro BMX Big Air Saturday at X Games Austin -- a feat, he says, that's more important than getting gold.
Athletes over the age of 40 dominated BMX Vert at X Games Austin, while the young guns ruled in skateboarding. So what does that mean for the future of vert?
New York City isn't the most obvious playground for a skateboard Big Air gold medalist, but Elliot Sloan isn't your typical MegaRamp skater, either.
The "best-kept secret" in racing pairs brave young guns against experienced old bucks in the real-life enactment of remote control truck racing at the inaugural X Games Austin.
The X Games "20 Years, 20 Firsts" series continues with Shaun White's perfect score in Men's Snowboard SuperPipe at X Games Aspen in 2012.
The X Games "20 Years, 20 Firsts" series continues with Heath Frisby's first-ever front flip on a snowmobile at X Games Aspen in 2012.
Austrian freeskier Fabian Lentsch earned his spot on the 2015 Freeride World Tour with a mind-blowing qualifier run in Obergurgl, Austria
In a hotly contested Skier X final at X Games Aspen 2005, brothers Zach and Reggie Crist became the first and only siblings to finish 1-2 in a Winter X Games event
The Freeride World Tour wraps up a tumultuous 2014 season on Verbier, Switzerland's famed Bec des Rosses.
Dozens of first-ever tricks have been unveiled at X Games events, but none made as many waves as Tony Hawk's 900 did in 1999 -- just ask the rest of the 900 club members.
There have been 863 gold medals awarded since the X Games launched as the "Extreme Games" in Providence, R.I., 20 years ago. Meet the the first gold medalist ever: Justin Seers, who took a surprise win in the first event, Barefoot Jumping.
Fear has been French halfpipe skier Xavier Bertoni's worst enemy in recent years. We go inside his head as he readies for his Olympic debut.
Jamie Anderson has been dominating slopestyle competitions with the same tricks for years. Now that the Olympics are here, and she's finally got some serious competition, will she up the ante?