X Games 16 Gold Medal Highlights

Travis Pastrana and Mike Schultz Capture Coliseum Gold.

July 30, 2010 - Los Angeles, CA - In no particular order here are a few X Games 16 photo highlights that fans are enjoyed one days 1 and 2 inside the legendary Los Angeles Coliseum. A big shoutout goes to X Games track builder Xtraordinaire Dane Herron and his crew for creating performance areas that champions old and new including MotoX Freestyle winner Travis Pastrana and the newest Super X Adaptive class gold medalist Mike Schultz. Don't miss your opportunity to witness any of the history making performances being logged hour after hour by the world's best extreme athletes. Competition continues through August 1 at various X Games 16 venues. Tickets are only $16 for events staged at the Coliseum and available at www.ticketmaster.com/xgames.

X Games 16 Competition Schedule:
The X Games makes its eight appearance in Los Angeles July 29-August 1 with events staged at the STAPLES Center, the Nokia Theatre (across the street from the STAPLES Center), and the Event Deck at LA Live. To purchase X Games 16 tickets ( Click). Ticket prices range from $9 - $40, depending on the venue, with seats for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum costing a flat $16 for the Moto X Super X Men's, Women's and Adaptive Racing, BMX Freestyle Big Air, Skateboard Big Air, Skateboard Big Air Rail Jam and Rally Car Racing.

X Games 16 Discount Group Tickets Available:
There will be a 10% discount on all ticket orders of 50 or more for a single day at the Coliseum.

Groups purchasing 500 tickets or more for a single day at the Coliseum may be eligible for a :30 Jumbotron spot, as long as the company does not categorically conflict with an X Games sponsor.

To purchase group sales tickets (more than 10 tickets for a single event), contact:
Matt Rosenfeld
Director, Group Sales
AEG, STAPLES Center,
The Home Depot Center & L.A. Kings
(213) 742-7196
mrosenfeld@staplescenter.com

X Games 16 On TV
More than 30 hours of live X Games 16 programming will be shown on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC - all showcased in high-definition and airing July 29-August 1. Don't forget X Games Online: ESPN International, Xgames.com, ESPN Classic, ESPN3.com, SportsCenter, and ESPN2's X Center will also provide coverage. For additional X Games 16 info, go to www.xgames.com

X Games 16 Gold Medal Highlights
Still full of adrenaline, Travis sprints from his last and final backflip and starts off the celebration.
All Los Angeles area residents know that when the Coliseum Tiki Torch is lit, it's their signal to git on down to the Coliseum.
Future X Games medalist? We think so.
Here's the Super X Adaptive Hardcore competitor lineup.
Mike Schultz pulled off an amazing pass through the air for the lead and eventual Super X Adaptive Gold medal.
Congratulations to the X Games 16 Super X Adaptive podium finishers: Mike Schultz, Todd Thompson and Beau Meier.
Pastrana hung on the wall like it was velcro.
Super X LCQ (last chance qualifier) contestants clawed their way for a spot on the finale starting gate.
Josh Hansen (1) and Ivan Tedesco (9) Super X battle royale!
18-year old Kiwi, Levi Sherwood, gave Travis a real run for his money
But somebody needs to tell him that this is no way to check if his boots were buckled.
Unfortunately for French freestyle sensation Mat Rebeaud his final run ended with an unplanned getoff.
Travis was on-fire every session.
X Games 16 fan of the day honors have to go to this dude. Nobody cheered louder or harder than he did.
With his deed done, Travis cruises toward the finish...
...and jumps for joy.