Going for gold in a dimly lit tent on the edge of the X Games grounds this week are a few dozen players going at it in “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive,” an eGaming event ESPN executives added to the Winter X program.
ESPN is adding camera-carrying drones to its coverage of the Winter X Games, using the cutting-edge technology to cover snowboardcross and snowmobiling events this week in Aspen, Colorado.
The Denver Broncos figured they’d be talking about facing Tom Brady this week, not pondering Peyton Manning’s future and wondering who will be their next coach.
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Peyton Manning shrugged off the question about the meaningfulness of inevitably breaking Brett Favre’s NFL record for touchdown passes. Deep down, though, the only man to win five MVP awards must recognize what an achievement it is.
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Earlier this month Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker was the big winner at the Kentucky Derby and was seen handing $100 bills to strangers. Now the Derby says it overpaid the person who picked up the winnings.
Snowmobiler Colten Moore reached toward the sky and stuck three fingers into the air on one hand and his index finger up on the other.
Everywhere he looks at the Winter X Games, snowmobiler Colten Moore sees little reminders of his older brother.
The Winter X deal was set to expire after the event this weekend, but ESPN and Aspen Skiing Company announced a five-year extension Wednesday.