France vs Argentina Live

How To Watch France vs Argentina Live Football : Argentina and France will be meet up on Saturday in Kazan, Russia by which the knockout stages of the World Cup 2018 starts. France is No. 7  in the FIFA world rankings, while Argentina is No. 5. But while France is the group champion of Group C by defending Denmark Argentina is holding 2nd place in Group D.

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Date: Saturday, June 30

Time: 5 p.m. local time/3 p.m. BST/10 a.m. ET

Venue: Kazan Arena, Kazan

TV Info/Live Stream: Fox (U.S.), BBC (UK)

Argentina vs France Tv Chanel, Picks, Odds, Live Score

Before you close your choices for the 2018 World Cup, you have to see what European football expert David Sumper says. Sumpter is an applied mathematics book called Soccermatics, a book that explains how math works in sports. Along with other experienced analysts, Sumpter has developed a powerful Soccerbot model.

Soccerbot reads current probabilities and all team performance data, calculates key metrics and predicts upcoming matches. In nearly three seasons since its inception, Soccerbot has enjoyed an incredible 1,800% chance of closing book makers.

Soccerbot has already drawn links to Argentina – Iceland (+385), Brazil and Switzerland (+360). He also correctly predicted that Iran would disturb Morocco by 275+, to name a few. Anyone who follows this rises.

Now, Digest the Soccerbot movie, and smash the numbers and divide both players in France and Argentina. This model put a very strong bet on the money line, which is only shared in SportsLine.

The model does not know which team showed their potential at the 2018 World Cup. France had one goal in Australia and Peru before a draw with Denmark. In spite of the dull matches, goalkeeper Hugo Lauris and the players have only allowed one goal.

Argentina did not qualify for the knockout tournament until the last minute of the third game. After a terrible draw with Iceland and a 3-0 defeat in Croatia, the team beat Nigeria 2-1, advancing to the qualifying round for Russia in 2018.

Despite the World Cup, France lost only once in the last 15 games. Argentina, for its part, is in a long recession, having won only four out of 14.

However, Allecelista has Lionel Messi, the team’s top scorer and one of the most successful players in the history of the game. They will not have to face Germany, which defeated them in the last three World Cup finals.

Oregon State vs Arkansas LIve

Welcome To Watch Oregon State vs Arkansas LIve Stream Free.College World Series Finals Oregon State to face Arkansas in finals 2018, We’re here. Eight teams traveled to Omaha, Neb. for the College World Series to battle through two brackets of double elimination ball and now we’ve found our final two.Arkansas and Oregon State will now play a best-of-three series beginning Monday night, and the winner of two games will be crowned this year’s NCAA baseball tournament champion.

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Oregon State vs Arkansas LIve
Oregon State vs Arkansas LIve

 

Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve Campbell more than atoned for his worst performance of the season when he faced the Gators in the teams’ Southeastern Conference opening series in March. He was at his best this time, matching his career high with eight strikeouts and leaving with a 5-2 lead.

Arkansas (47-19) has never gone to the CWS finals since the NCAA Tournament went to its current structure in 1999. The Razorbacks were runner-up in 1979 in their only appearance in a championship game. Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve.

Florida (49-21), the No. 1 overall seed, lost for the first time in eight NCAA elimination games. The Gators were looking to get to the finals for the second straight year and fourth time since 2005. Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve….

Casey Martin went 4 for 5 and Dominic Fletcher homered for the second straight game to lead the Razorbacks’ offense against Singer (12-3) and Tommy Mace.

The Gators managed only three hits against Campbell (5-6), Jake Reindl and Matt Cronin — the fourth time this season they were held to three or fewer and first since May 13.

Campbell’s performance was the highlight so far in his comeback from bone spurs in his right (throwing) elbow, which forced him to take a medical redshirt in 2017. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound junior’s fastball touched the mid-90s and his slider mid-80s, and he struck out six of the first nine Florida batters and held the Gators hitless until there was one out in the fourth.

Austin Langworthy laced a ball over shortstop for the Gators’ first hit, Campbell hit Blake Reese with a pitch, and Brady Smith singled in Florida’s first run. Another run came home on a wild pitch to cut it to 4-2.

The Razorbacks were up three runs when Campbell went to the mound for the sixth. When Reindl came on to relieve, Razorbacks fans gave Campbell an ovation as he strode to the dugout. Hunter Wilson ran out to give him a hug and the rest of his teammates greeted him at the top of the steps.

Campbell’s outing was in stark contrast to his outing at Florida on March 24. That night, the 24th-round pick of the Los Angeles Angels lasted one inning and was rocked for six runs in a game the Razorbacks lost 17-2.

Singer, the No. 18 overall draft pick by the Kansas City Royals, took both of Florida’s losses in the CWS and was beaten for the second time this season by Arkansas. Martin’s double and Fletcher’s 10th home run of the season preceded Singer’s departure in the fifth. The four earned runs against Singer were the most he’s allowed since Arkansas got to him for six on March 23 in what was his first loss of the season.

The Razorbacks won three of five meetings with the Gators this season.

NOW THAT’S DEFENSE

Arkansas right fielder Eric Cole reached into the seats along the right-field line to catch JJ Schwarz’s foul ball to start the bottom of the ninth. The play was upheld on review.

The Razorbacks also got a big play from second baseman Carson Shaddy, who went far to his right to backhand Wil Dalton’s grounder and threw across his body to get Dalton by a step at first.

Final: Oregon St. 12, Mississippi St. 2

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — It has been decades since an offense at the College World Series has been as prolific as Oregon State’s.

The good times — and the runs — kept rolling for the Beavers in a 12-2 win over Mississippi State on Friday. Oregon State used a five-run second inning to build a big lead, batted around twice and never were threatened thanks to Brandon Eisert’s season-long 5 1/3 innings of one-hit shutout relief.

Oregon State joined 1995 Cal State Fullerton as the only teams in CWS history to score 11 or more runs in three consecutive games. The Beavers’ 43 runs is the highest total by a team through four games since 2001.

“When you’re swinging the bat well, you have a lot of confidence going up and down the lineup,” coach Pat Casey said. “We’ve got a team approach to swinging. I think they have a lot of trust in one another. I’ve been through spells during the year when we haven’t swung the bat well. They’re swinging it well at the right time. Certainly it’s something I’m excited about.”

The Beavers (51-11-1) have staved off elimination three times since losing their CWS opener to North Carolina last Saturday. They beat Washington, North Carolina and now Mississippi State. Another win over the Bulldogs (39-18) on Saturday would send Oregon State to the best-of-three CWS finals for the first time since 2007.

The Bulldogs, trying to return to the CWS finals for the first time since 2013, are not in unfamiliar territory. They were down to their last strike in regionals before beating Florida State in a win-or-go-home game, and this will be the sixth time in 11 games they’ll be playing to fight off elimination.

“We’ve come back many, many times, this group has,” MSU interim coach Gary Henderson said. “We’ll respond well.”

Oregon State won the first of two straight national titles in 2006 after losing its first game in Omaha. The only other team since then to make it to the finals after a loss in its opener was the 2010 South Carolina championship team.

The Beavers’ offensive tear continued against a Mississippi State that came into the game having allowed just two runs in 18 innings.

Oregon State is batting .377 and averaging 10.8 runs in Omaha after collecting 15 hits and scoring in double digits for the third time in four games.

Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve

Welcome To Watch Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve Stream Free.College World Series Finals Oregon State to face Arkansas in finals 2018, We’re here. Eight teams traveled to Omaha, Neb. for the College World Series to battle through two brackets of double elimination ball and now we’ve found our final two.Arkansas and Oregon State will now play a best-of-three series beginning Monday night, and the winner of two games will be crowned this year’s NCAA baseball tournament champion.

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Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve
Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve

Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve Campbell more than atoned for his worst performance of the season when he faced the Gators in the teams’ Southeastern Conference opening series in March. He was at his best this time, matching his career high with eight strikeouts and leaving with a 5-2 lead.

Arkansas (47-19) has never gone to the CWS finals since the NCAA Tournament went to its current structure in 1999. The Razorbacks were runner-up in 1979 in their only appearance in a championship game. Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve.

Florida (49-21), the No. 1 overall seed, lost for the first time in eight NCAA elimination games. The Gators were looking to get to the finals for the second straight year and fourth time since 2005. Arkansas vs. Oregon State LIve….

Casey Martin went 4 for 5 and Dominic Fletcher homered for the second straight game to lead the Razorbacks’ offense against Singer (12-3) and Tommy Mace.

The Gators managed only three hits against Campbell (5-6), Jake Reindl and Matt Cronin — the fourth time this season they were held to three or fewer and first since May 13.

Campbell’s performance was the highlight so far in his comeback from bone spurs in his right (throwing) elbow, which forced him to take a medical redshirt in 2017. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound junior’s fastball touched the mid-90s and his slider mid-80s, and he struck out six of the first nine Florida batters and held the Gators hitless until there was one out in the fourth.

Austin Langworthy laced a ball over shortstop for the Gators’ first hit, Campbell hit Blake Reese with a pitch, and Brady Smith singled in Florida’s first run. Another run came home on a wild pitch to cut it to 4-2.

The Razorbacks were up three runs when Campbell went to the mound for the sixth. When Reindl came on to relieve, Razorbacks fans gave Campbell an ovation as he strode to the dugout. Hunter Wilson ran out to give him a hug and the rest of his teammates greeted him at the top of the steps.

Campbell’s outing was in stark contrast to his outing at Florida on March 24. That night, the 24th-round pick of the Los Angeles Angels lasted one inning and was rocked for six runs in a game the Razorbacks lost 17-2.

Singer, the No. 18 overall draft pick by the Kansas City Royals, took both of Florida’s losses in the CWS and was beaten for the second time this season by Arkansas. Martin’s double and Fletcher’s 10th home run of the season preceded Singer’s departure in the fifth. The four earned runs against Singer were the most he’s allowed since Arkansas got to him for six on March 23 in what was his first loss of the season.

The Razorbacks won three of five meetings with the Gators this season.

NOW THAT’S DEFENSE

Arkansas right fielder Eric Cole reached into the seats along the right-field line to catch JJ Schwarz’s foul ball to start the bottom of the ninth. The play was upheld on review.

The Razorbacks also got a big play from second baseman Carson Shaddy, who went far to his right to backhand Wil Dalton’s grounder and threw across his body to get Dalton by a step at first.

Final: Oregon St. 12, Mississippi St. 2

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — It has been decades since an offense at the College World Series has been as prolific as Oregon State’s.

The good times — and the runs — kept rolling for the Beavers in a 12-2 win over Mississippi State on Friday. Oregon State used a five-run second inning to build a big lead, batted around twice and never were threatened thanks to Brandon Eisert’s season-long 5 1/3 innings of one-hit shutout relief.

Oregon State joined 1995 Cal State Fullerton as the only teams in CWS history to score 11 or more runs in three consecutive games. The Beavers’ 43 runs is the highest total by a team through four games since 2001.

“When you’re swinging the bat well, you have a lot of confidence going up and down the lineup,” coach Pat Casey said. “We’ve got a team approach to swinging. I think they have a lot of trust in one another. I’ve been through spells during the year when we haven’t swung the bat well. They’re swinging it well at the right time. Certainly it’s something I’m excited about.”

The Beavers (51-11-1) have staved off elimination three times since losing their CWS opener to North Carolina last Saturday. They beat Washington, North Carolina and now Mississippi State. Another win over the Bulldogs (39-18) on Saturday would send Oregon State to the best-of-three CWS finals for the first time since 2007.

The Bulldogs, trying to return to the CWS finals for the first time since 2013, are not in unfamiliar territory. They were down to their last strike in regionals before beating Florida State in a win-or-go-home game, and this will be the sixth time in 11 games they’ll be playing to fight off elimination.

“We’ve come back many, many times, this group has,” MSU interim coach Gary Henderson said. “We’ll respond well.”

Oregon State won the first of two straight national titles in 2006 after losing its first game in Omaha. The only other team since then to make it to the finals after a loss in its opener was the 2010 South Carolina championship team.

The Beavers’ offensive tear continued against a Mississippi State that came into the game having allowed just two runs in 18 innings.

Oregon State is batting .377 and averaging 10.8 runs in Omaha after collecting 15 hits and scoring in double digits for the third time in four games.

Blue Moon 2018 LiveStream

Super Blue Blood Moon 2018: How to Watch, Live Stream

Early Wednesday, for the first time in 152 years, Americans will witness a rare trifecta of lunar activities: a super blue blood moon. This is when three unique lunar events occur: a super moon, a blue moon, and a blood moon. But it won’t be a goodnight moon or a midday event like a total eclipse—it’ll actually occur in the morning, beginning a little before 6 a.m. on the east coast.

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What’s a Super Moon?

If “super moon” sounds familiar, that’s because one just occurred before the New Year. What earns this full moon the “super” moniker is a coincidence that goes back to the moon’s orbit around the Earth. Depending on when a moon is in its orbit, a full moon can appear far away (the farthest point being the “apogee)”, or—in the case of the super moon that occurred both on December 3 and will occur again on Wednesday—at the point of the orbit closest to Earth.

While that might not seem like a big deal, the distance between the apogee and perigee is nearly 30,000 miles, or a distance that clocks in at longer than the distance of the Earth. Thanks to the fact that it’s winter right now (which means the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth is tilted more towards the Milky Way than during the summer, when it’s tilted away) the moon simply appears brighter.

What’s a Blue Moon?

Wednesday’s super moon is also a blue moon, which actually has very little to do with color. The moon certainly can appear blue at times, but anyone who’s looked up at the sky has also seen the moon appear golden, pinkish, orange, even red (the signifier of a blood moon—more on that in a bit). What actually makes this moon a “blue” one is the fact that it’s the second full moon in a calendar month. A lunar cycle is about 29.5 days, which means that in most cases, it’s safe to say that each month is going to have just one full moon. January, however, is a longer month, with 31 days; the most recent full moon was on January 1.

What’s a Blood Moon?

This full moon couldn’t stop at just being a super blue moon—it’s a blood moon, too, which is a specific type of lunar eclipse (this is where the color part comes in).

The fact that the moon shines in the sky isn’t because it’s a naturally glowing interstellar object, but the fact that it reflects the sun. The way we view the moon on Earth, however, is akin to wearing sunglasses: There’s a barrier to how we view the moon, and that barrier is the atmosphere, whose composition can alter how we see the moon. When the sun’s rays pass through the atmosphere, they undergo a process called Rayleigh scattering, where the more violet hues are filtered out but the more red hues come through.

During a blood moon, the moon lines up perfectly with the Earth and sun, but in a way that blocks out the sun, so that those reddish rays coming through from Rayleigh scattering tinge the moon a brilliant, fiery “blood” color. The sunlight is scattering and bending more than usual, causing the moon to appear red (and no, it’s not the end of times).

How to Live Stream the Event

Not only do winter skies tend to be cloudy, but dawn’s presence around the corner from the umbra time, means sunlight could (ironically) get in the way of seeing the super blue blood moon. That and, if you’re on the East Coast, you really only have a few minutes to see the (literal) once-in-a-blue-moon event.

Here’s where technology comes to play. NASA will live stream the moon event from its public and moon-focused channels with coverage starting at 5:30 a.m. ET and lasting until about 11:30 a.m. EST. The Virtual Telescope will live stream as well.

NASA will also have a live stream from the Armstrong Flight Research Centeroff Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert.

Los Angeles’s Griffith Observatory will have a live stream. For desert sky clarity, look to the University of Arizona’s Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter.

The next total lunar eclipse will be viewable from North America next year, on January 21, 2019. Alas, that one will only be a super blue moon

Super Blue Blood Moon 2018 Live

 

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Super Blue Blood Moon 2018 Live

It’s the first time in 35 years a blue moon has synced up with a supermoon and a total lunar eclipse. In India, the eclipse will be seen by the people of North-East between 4:21 PM and 5:18 PM.Rest part of India will get a glimpse of this Super Blueblood moon between 5:18 PM and 6:21 PM. The west coast and parts of Rajasthan will see the celestial event from 6:21 PM to 7:37 PM.NASA is calling it a lunar trifecta: the first super blue blood moon since 1982. That ..

The uncommon outstanding Blue Blood Moon eclipse of Jan. 31 will thrill early-morning skywatchers around the sector on Wednesday, but you’ll have lots of approaches to watch it in case you do not live in a area so that it will see totality.

Skywatchers in California, western Canada, Hawaii, Alaska, Australia and eastern Asia need to be capable of see the complete eclipse, climate permitting — they will see the moon skip absolutely via Earth’s shadow whilst simultaneously being at its closest to Earth (a “supermoon”) and, in maximum areas, the second full moon of the month (a “Blue Moon”). Early risers someplace else can turn to stay webcasts to observe the entire show.appearance up at the nights of January 31 and even February 1 at approximately 2am (GMT) for the great view. there is a window of opportunity if there are clean skies.

Places in north eastern states like Agartala, Aizawl, Cooch Bihar, Darjeeling, Dibrugarh, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkatta, Murshidabad, Shillong, Silchar, Silguri and Port Blair will be able to appreciate all visible phases of the lunar eclipse.The last time a lunar eclipse was visible in India occurred on August 7, 2017 which, however, was partial lunar eclipse.

After today, the next total lunar eclipses will be on December 31, 2028, and, after that, on January 31, 2037.

X Games 2018 Live

X Games Aspen 2018 Live Stream: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch Day 3 online

The 2018 X Games is an annual extreme sports event hosted, produced, and broadcast by ESPN. Coverage is also shown on ESPN’s sister network, ABC. The inaugural X Games were held during the summer of 1995 in Newport, Rhode Island. Participants compete to win bronze, silver, and gold medals, as well as prize money.

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The X Games Aspen 2018 Live Stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch Day 3 online

Day 3 of the 2018 Winter X Games will take place on Saturday, and it will feature some of the bigger, heavy-hitting events in the tournament. The first two days eased into things, while the final two days will have the big events.

ABC and ESPN will have coverage of the day’s events, beginning at 1 p.m. ET on the former and running through 6 p.m. ESPN’s coverage will begin at 9 p.m. and will run about two hours. Live streaming of all the televised events can be found via WatchESPN, even those broadcast by ABC.

On Saturday, the first batch of televised events will include the Women’s Ski Slopestyle Final, the Women’s Snowboard Big Air Final, the Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final and the Snow BikeCross Final.

The second batch, on ESPN, will include the Men’s Ski Big Air Final and Women’s Snowboard SuperPipe Final, always two of the more exciting events. Those are the ones you won’t want to miss. For a list of in-person events on the day, check the schedule right here.

Below is all you need to know to watch.
Time, TV schedule & streaming info
Date: Saturday, Jan. 27
Location: Aspen, Colorado
Time: 1 p.m. – 6 p.m., 9 p.m. – 11 p.m.
TV: ABC, ESPN
Online Streaming: WatchESPN

Events: Women’s Ski Slopestyle Final | Women’s Snowboard Big Air Final | Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final | Snow BikeCross Final | Men’s Ski Big Air Final | Women’s Snowboard SuperPipe Final

The X Games is an annual extreme sports event hosted, produced, and broadcast by ESPN. Coverage is also shown on ESPN’s sister network, ABC. The inaugural X Games were held during the summer of 1995 in Newport, Rhode Island. Participants compete to win bronze, silver, and gold medals, as well as prize money.

The competition often features new tricks such as Tony Hawk’s 900 in skateboarding, Travis Pastrana’s double backflip in freestyle motocross, Heath Frisby’s first ever snowmobile front flip in Snowmobile Best Trick, and Torstein Horgmo’s first landed triple cork in a snowboard competition. Concurrent with competition is the “X Fest” sports and music festival, which offers live music, athlete autograph sessions, and interactive elements.

The X Games gained media exposure due to their big name sponsors, top-tier athletes, and consistent fan attendance. As the Journal of Sport Management (2006) explains, Generation X and Generation Y are the two demographics most highly valued by marketers. This creates a broad approach on marketing towards that certain demographic, which is why the X Games marketing and economic outlook is so “out of the box”. According to a 2008 report by ESPN, in 1997, the Winter X Games inaugural year, 38,000 spectators attended the four-day event. In 1998, the attendance dropped to 25,000 spectators. But just two years later, a record attendance of 83,500 people attended the Winter X Games’ East Coast debut. The X Games and Winter X Games continue to grow with the popularity of action sports and the athletes who compete in them.

As part of the X Games, there have been performances by various rock bands over the years, as well as a DJ being on-site at all events. The X Games have made it a point since its founding to stage an eco-friendly event. Such measures include using biodiesel fuel in their vehicles and organizing recycling campaigns.[1]

The X Games has never carried out drug tests on competitors, which has been criticized by the World Anti-Doping Agency director general David Howman and the International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach.

Winter X Games 2018 LiveStream

To Get Winter X Games 2018: Aspen Dates, TV Schedule, Live Stream, Athletes, Event Info

The 23rd edition of the Winter X Games arrives on January 25, 2018, as the superstars of the slopes make their way back to Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado.

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Old faces and new will shred their way through the American southwest setting across three different disciplines: skiing, snowboarding and snowmobile.

The snow stars will entertain in formats such as slopestyle, big air, SuperPipe and freestyle, with the aim being to produce tricks that never been seen before to earn high scores.

This year’s Winter X Games fall just a fortnight before the 2018 Winter Olympics are scheduled to kick off in Pyeongchang, South Korea, next month, and the Colorado event will act as a gruelling warm-up for that trip.

Read on as we preview a selection of must-watch athletes set to take part at the 2018 Winter X Games, complete with schedule information and details on how to tune in.

Start Date: Thursday, January 25

End Date: Sunday, January 28

Live Stream: WatchESPN (U.S.)

TV Info: ESPN (U.S.), ABC (U.S.)

Visit the ESPN website for a breakdown of the event’s TV schedule in full.

Preview

One heroine who is guaranteed to grab headlines in 2018 is snowboarding phenomenon Chloe Kim, who is on the cusp of competing in her fifth successive Winter X Games—despite still being just 17 years of age.

Kim took bronze in the SuperPipe event last year after back-to-back golds in 2015 and 2016, and she will be looking to reclaim her prestigious status at the pinnacle of women’s snowboarding.

There’s no question regarding the potential Kim boasts as an athlete, although her famous perfect 100 score at the 2016 U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix is an indicator:

That run made her one of only two athletes to seal a perfect 100 run on the SuperPipe, and the X Games gives Kim the chance to show the world the most recent fruits of her labours:

The other athlete to nail a 100 run is snowboarding legend Shaun White, who returns to Buttermilk on Thursday looking to end his now five-year medal hoodoo, having not finished on a podium in Aspen since 2013.

Controversy and other obstacles have blocked him from competing of late—such as ESPN’s decision not to invite him to the X Games in 2016—but White has a history here, and he still has time to add to his 13 X Games gold medals:

There’s some mystery surrounding the 31-year-old, with fans perfectly knowledgable of his decorated past and yet fearful an aged talent perhaps doesn’t boast the same threat at this level.

Then again, White recently confirmed his place on Team USA for the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, and so he can’t have lost too much of that talent:

White is a known quantity, but the world of X Games is still only finding out about Kelly Sildaru, the 15-year-old Estonian ski prodigy who last year became the youngest athlete to win two gold medals at the Winter X Games.

Sildaru also took a big air silver medal last year in addition to her second slopestyle gold, and she’ll be jostling among the major contenders to finish atop the pile in both disciplines in 2018.

As for the men’s skiing, Britain’s James Woods will be one to keep an eye on, as he’s hoping to retain the gold he won in the big air competition in 2017 and is looking in good shape for his defence thus far.

Winter X Games Aspen 2018

World The 2018 Winter X Games Aspen Live: Dates, TV Schedule, Live Stream, Athletes, Event Info

The 23rd X Games is an annual extreme sports event hosted, produced, and broadcast by ESPN. Coverage is also shown on ESPN’s sister network, ABC. The inaugural X Games were held during the 1995 summer in Newport, Rhode Island. Participants compete to win bronze, silver, and gold medals, as well as prize money.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW

Old faces and new will shred their way through the American southwest setting across three different disciplines: skiing, snowboarding and snowmobile.

The snow stars will entertain in formats such as slopestyle, big air, SuperPipe and freestyle, with the aim being to produce tricks that never been seen before to earn high scores.

This year’s Winter X Games fall just a fortnight before the 2018 Winter Olympics are scheduled to kick off in Pyeongchang, South Korea, next month, and the Colorado event will act as a gruelling warm-up for that trip.

Read on as we preview a selection of must-watch athletes set to take part at the 2018 Winter X Games, complete with schedule information and details on how to tune in.

Start Date: Thursday, January 25

End Date: Sunday, January 28

Live Stream: WatchESPN (U.S.)

TV Info: ESPN (U.S.), ABC (U.S.)

Visit the ESPN website for a breakdown of the event’s TV schedule in full.

Preview

One heroine who is guaranteed to grab headlines in 2018 is snowboarding phenomenon Chloe Kim, who is on the cusp of competing in her fifth successive Winter X Games—despite still being just 17 years of age.

Kim took bronze in the SuperPipe event last year after back-to-back golds in 2015 and 2016, and she will be looking to reclaim her prestigious status at the pinnacle of women’s snowboarding.

There’s no question regarding the potential Kim boasts as an athlete, although her famous perfect 100 score at the 2016 U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix is an indicator:

That run made her one of only two athletes to seal a perfect 100 run on the SuperPipe, and the X Games gives Kim the chance to show the world the most recent fruits of her labours:

The other athlete to nail a 100 run is snowboarding legend Shaun White, who returns to Buttermilk on Thursday looking to end his now five-year medal hoodoo, having not finished on a podium in Aspen since 2013.

Controversy and other obstacles have blocked him from competing of late—such as ESPN’s decision not to invite him to the X Games in 2016—but White has a history here, and he still has time to add to his 13 X Games gold medals:

There’s some mystery surrounding the 31-year-old, with fans perfectly knowledgable of his decorated past and yet fearful an aged talent perhaps doesn’t boast the same threat at this level.

Then again, White recently confirmed his place on Team USA for the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, and so he can’t have lost too much of that talent:

White is a known quantity, but the world of X Games is still only finding out about Kelly Sildaru, the 15-year-old Estonian ski prodigy who last year became the youngest athlete to win two gold medals at the Winter X Games.

Sildaru also took a big air silver medal last year in addition to her second slopestyle gold, and she’ll be jostling among the major contenders to finish atop the pile in both disciplines in 2018.

As for the men’s skiing, Britain’s James Woods will be one to keep an eye on, as he’s hoping to retain the gold he won in the big air competition in 2017 and is looking in good shape for his defence thus far.

X Games Aspen 2018 Live

How To Watch Live Stream@>> !! Winter X Games Aspen 2018: Dates, TV Schedule, Live Stream, Athletes, Event Info

The 23rd X Games is an annual extreme sports event hosted, produced, and broadcast by ESPN. Coverage is also shown on ESPN’s sister network, ABC. The inaugural X Games were held during the 1995 summer in Newport, Rhode Island. Participants compete to win bronze, silver, and gold medals, as well as prize money.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW

Old faces and new will shred their way through the American southwest setting across three different disciplines: skiing, snowboarding and snowmobile.

The snow stars will entertain in formats such as slopestyle, big air, SuperPipe and freestyle, with the aim being to produce tricks that never been seen before to earn high scores.

This year’s Winter X Games fall just a fortnight before the 2018 Winter Olympics are scheduled to kick off in Pyeongchang, South Korea, next month, and the Colorado event will act as a gruelling warm-up for that trip.

Read on as we preview a selection of must-watch athletes set to take part at the 2018 Winter X Games, complete with schedule information and details on how to tune in.

Start Date: Thursday, January 25

End Date: Sunday, January 28

Live Stream: WatchESPN (U.S.)

TV Info: ESPN (U.S.), ABC (U.S.)

Visit the ESPN website for a breakdown of the event’s TV schedule in full.

Preview

One heroine who is guaranteed to grab headlines in 2018 is snowboarding phenomenon Chloe Kim, who is on the cusp of competing in her fifth successive Winter X Games—despite still being just 17 years of age.

Kim took bronze in the SuperPipe event last year after back-to-back golds in 2015 and 2016, and she will be looking to reclaim her prestigious status at the pinnacle of women’s snowboarding.

There’s no question regarding the potential Kim boasts as an athlete, although her famous perfect 100 score at the 2016 U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix is an indicator:

That run made her one of only two athletes to seal a perfect 100 run on the SuperPipe, and the X Games gives Kim the chance to show the world the most recent fruits of her labours:

The other athlete to nail a 100 run is snowboarding legend Shaun White, who returns to Buttermilk on Thursday looking to end his now five-year medal hoodoo, having not finished on a podium in Aspen since 2013.

Controversy and other obstacles have blocked him from competing of late—such as ESPN’s decision not to invite him to the X Games in 2016—but White has a history here, and he still has time to add to his 13 X Games gold medals:

There’s some mystery surrounding the 31-year-old, with fans perfectly knowledgable of his decorated past and yet fearful an aged talent perhaps doesn’t boast the same threat at this level.

Then again, White recently confirmed his place on Team USA for the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, and so he can’t have lost too much of that talent:

White is a known quantity, but the world of X Games is still only finding out about Kelly Sildaru, the 15-year-old Estonian ski prodigy who last year became the youngest athlete to win two gold medals at the Winter X Games.

Sildaru also took a big air silver medal last year in addition to her second slopestyle gold, and she’ll be jostling among the major contenders to finish atop the pile in both disciplines in 2018.

As for the men’s skiing, Britain’s James Woods will be one to keep an eye on, as he’s hoping to retain the gold he won in the big air competition in 2017 and is looking in good shape for his defence thus far.

Live@ NHL All-Star Game 2018

Hlw Guys, !! Live@ NHL All-Star Game 2018, !! Welcome To The 63rd NHL midseason showcase at Amalie Arena in Tampa. The four divisions play a 3-on-3 tournament, with captains Alex Ovechkin (Metropolitan, the 2017 winners); Steven Stamkos (Atlantic); P.K. Subban (Central) and Connor McDavid (Pacific).

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The 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend in Tampa that players still pine for Pyeongchang

The National Hockey League All-Star Game 2018 (French: Match des Étoiles de la Ligue Nationale de Hockey) is an exhibition ice hockey game that is traditionally held during the regular season of the National Hockey League (NHL), with many of the League’s star players playing against each other. The Game’s proceeds benefit the pension fund of the players.

Watch NHL All-Star Game 2018 Live Stream

The NHL All-Star Game, held in late January or early February, marks the symbolic halfway point in the regular season, though not the mathematical halfway point which, for most seasons, is usually one or two weeks earlier. Since 2007, it is held in late January.

On Sunday, hockey fans will get to watch the NHL All-Star Game 2018 live streaming online and televised game coverage. The league’s annual event will be the 63rd edition and hosted in Tampa, Florida, home of the league’s best team this season so far, the Lightning. The game will actually be a series of several games played between four teams comprised of the best stars from each division. Among the stars participating in the multiple games for the day will be Sidney Crosby, Steven Stamkos, Patrick Kane, and Connor McDavid. Here’s the latest game preview, including matchup odds, start time, TV channel, and how to watch the 2018 NHL All-Star Game live streaming via online feeds.

On Saturday night, the NHL held the skills competition for its various players with ESPN reporting that Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals won the “hardest shot title.” Ovechkin’s 101.3 mph shot was the best of the night and the only shot to get over the 100 mph speed level. Goalies, opponents, and even teammates will be bracing themselves for Ovechkin’s shots or passes on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Edmonton Oilers’ Connor McDavid captured his second-straight “fastest skater” title, and Alex Pietrangelo of the St. Louis Blues won the passing challenge. These players and more will be featured amongst the 44 stars on the ice on Sunday for the All-Star Game tournament as well.

TAMPA — NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman gave his All-Star state of the game message Saturday night before the skills competition.

Among the highlights:

On whether NHL players will eventually return to Olympics

The 63rd edition and hosted in Tampa … hockey fans will get to watch the NHL All-Star Game 2018 live

“We find — the clubs find, the owners find — the Olympics are very disruptive on our season. For that and a whole host of other reasons we’ve gone over repeatedly for the last year or so, it didn’t make sense for us to attend. Could that circumstance change at some point in the future? I suppose so. But it’s not something we’re currently contemplating.”

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On goalie interference confusion

“We just had a meeting (senior executive vice-president of hockey operations) Colie Campbell put together with hockey operations and the officiating department. A couple of officials were there. There were coaches who happened to be in town, some general managers. When you say there is a bit of confusion, that’s right. Overall, the system works. But I think we’ve gotten to the point where everybody is overthinking the review. The intention is, particularly on a goaltender is, did we miss something? Not to search for something that might overturn the call. I think the consensus of the meeting was really we need to get a refresher to the officials –take a quick look but don’t search it to death. The presumption should be the call on the ice was good unless you have a good reason. You shouldn’t have to search for a good reason.”

On Seattle’s potential expansion bid

Bettman confirmed that there was an expansion application coming, but he had no timetable for its review.

On whether more teams will be added to playoffs if league expands again

“I know there are lots of people who think we should put more teams in the playoffs. I’m not one of them. I think we have a very meaningful, competitive regular season and I like it. If we were to add a 32nd team, not having given it a lot of thought — so I can only get myself into to trouble — I don’t think I’d be in favor of making any changes to the number of teams that make the playoffs.

San Jose will host 2019 All-Star Game

The Sharks last held the All-Star festivities in 1997 as a six-year-old franchise. Now it will take place in San Jose again, this time on Jan. 25-27.

On potential eSports league

“Our goal is to unveil something before the end of the regular season, which would have a series of competitions using the EA game and we’ll have more details when we’re ready to launch.”

NHL All-Stars’ minds thousands of miles from Tampa as they, It’s painfully obvious at the 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend in Tampa that players still pine for Pyeongchang

TRANSPORTATION NOTE: On Saturday, January 27th, downtown Tampa Bay hosts the Gasparilla Parade, which brings crowds of over 200,000 to downtown, and traffic will be extremely heavy. The NHL advises guests arriving that Saturday to do so prior to 11 A.M. Otherwise road closures may prevent you from accessing your hotel until after the parade’s conclusion. Click here for Alternative Transportation information for Downtown Tampa