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In what is probably the biggest event on the snowboard and freeski calendar, the X Games in Aspen kicked off yesterday with three GB Park and Pipe athletes competing in Ski and Snowboard Slopestyle. 

18 year old Katie Ormerod, who was the first female to land a backside double-cork 1080 will be riding in the Snowboard Slopestyle finals today at 17.00 GMT. In 2012 she won both slopestyle and big air at the Brits, following it up with victory in the halfpipe the following year.

Katie Summerhayes, who won silver at the freeski world championships in 2015 was lucky enough to be awarded a second alternate place just a day before the event was due to start. She will compete in the Ski Slopestyle finals at 19.30 GMT.

On Sunday, James 'Woodsy' Woods will ride in the Men’s Ski Slopestyle finals at 17.00 GMT. In a heroic effort Woods dislocated his jaw in Mammoth last weekend, but continued to compete. He hopes to better his bronze medal from the X Games in 2013.

You can catch all of the action on BT Sport/ESPN or on the ESPN player