On Saturday night, X Games Snowboard SuperPipe legend Kelly Clark took her final run in the X Games SuperPipe as she announced her retirement from professional snowboarding. I'm not crying, you're crying.
The first-ever Olympic halfpipe gold medalist, and 14-time X Games medalist, Kelly Clark, takes a look back at her humble beginnings and reflects on how she got into competitive snowboarding in the first place.
Watch the best action from The Real Cost Women's Snowboard SuperPipe final at X Games Aspen 2017.
Seven-time X Games Snowboard SuperPipe gold medalist Kelly Clark gives us a look at a few of the things she carries in her travel bag, including heated boots and Patriots jerseys.
In advance of the 2016 ESPYS, XGames.com takes a look back at past winners in the ESPYS, spanning from Tony Hawk to Shaun White and beyond.
After a major crash in practice at X Games Aspen 2015, 14-year-old Chloe Kim bested Snowboard SuperPipe champion Kelly Clark and became the youngest Winter X Games gold medalist ever.