Monster Energy Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle: FULL BROADCAST | X Games Norway 2020 - godsandmonstersgame.com

Monster Energy Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle: FULL BROADCAST | X Games Norway 2020

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53 Comments

  1. This judging System truely is the worst. So not made for slopestyle, really makes watching the competition a lot less fun

  2. Does the man with a torch on the mountain have a name?

  3. This judging system makes watching a lot more fun – they always seem to get to do a lot more than when they've got 2 or 3 set runs. It's epic.

  4. I enjoyed seeing the scores during US Open, bring back the scores please!

  5. I don't even want to watch xgames anymore because of the judging system!

  6. No scoring and sound effects, stop both of those.

  7. Can someone explain me why everyone does the same lines and almost no creativity in the runs? And is the course not made well because they all drop in way slower then any other slopestyle contest of snowboarding such a dissapointment

  8. The scoring thing is good for rail jam and knuckle huck… maybe even for the qualifiers but please dont use it in the finals :/

  9. Somebody didn't tell Darcy that this is an overall impression event.

  10. Mc Morris is so boring 😑😑.
    All years the same tricks. No fun, no creativity, less style than lots of riders and always on the podium…
    Snowboard spirit can die with that 😥

  11. Don't really agree with judges. If they're basing it off of overall impression then Mark should of won. He landed more runs and switch it up on more features. Mark should of won in my opinion.

  12. This scoring is honestly boring to watch… I'm all for the evolving courses that really put more emphasis on rails and style, but like… overall impression? Basically encourages safe riding and haults people pushing the limits of snowboarding. You think that Dusty would've gone for a quad cork in the US Open for the first time ever if he didn't think it would help his score?

    Knuckle huck is about the only thing that this format really makes sense for.

  13. bring back the scores!!
    we want some bangers, not overall impressions

  14. x games: how can we kill snowboarding?

    new intern: I have this new scoring system I've been working on.

    x games: now you are thinking

  15. New format gets rid of all the tension and excitement of these events

  16. Bias judging is not fair to the riders that put their body and their lives on the line to progress the sport.
    This made me not want to watch anymore snowboarding events.

  17. The judges wouldn't be able to explain their own decisions after run 1… and it s even worse at women's slopestyle…

  18. i like this system in big air but in slopestyle … really!?

  19. these x games announcers are so annoying. nobody needs your stupid storylines and hearing about cancer every single time max drops in. stop trying to make tv show idiocy out of this

  20. Hey X Games, are you going to read your comment section and listen to what your fans are saying? I haven't seen one positive comment about the new judging system. It might be time to re-think

  21. Just want to chime in on how much I dislike this scoring system. Here are several reasons why: (1) the riders are encouraged to play it safe and land at all costs instead of taking risks and riding to their full potential; (2) the viewers and the riders have absolutely no insight into why or how the runs were ranked (this was especially confusing when Darcy suddenly jumped to first after falling on several runs); (3) it makes the judging even more subjective and susceptible to bias; (4) it is harder for new viewers to understand what judges look for and why runs are scored the way they are; and (5) the suspense of waiting to see a score is gone. It’s like if they took the point system out of basketball or football and judges just decided which team “played better.” No one would watch it. I understand the desire to make snowboarding more about style and less about spin to win, but I think that is best accomplished through other events like the knuckle huck or the rail jam – not by fundamentally changing a tried and true fan favorite event.

  22. Absolutely RIDICULOUS scoring system. NO SUSPENSE whatsoever. C'mon Craig McMorris you KNOW you hate it. I get it…..you are paid to say its great…..it SUCKS!!!! (And by the way I live 5 minutes from LeBoldus in Regina ans was at Mission Ridge on the weekend). Congrats Mark!!!!!

  23. Hearing a snowboarder stomping the landing be referred to as "bolts" really hints at the skateboarding roots.

  24. Love the color commentary from these two every time, but someone needs to educate them on the phrase, "bolts".

    Your feet land on top of the bolts in snowboarding whether you land or fail. This is yet another phrase (such as cab, nollie, fakie, frontside, backside) that was adopted from skateboarding. Most are apt adaptations, but "bolts" is not. In skateboarding, you can land with your feet anywhere on the board and are most secure and most in control when you land your trick with both your feet over the bolts (not one on the tail and one in the middle of the board).

    Please, quit saying bolts. About a year or two ago, the history of this phrase was improperly recanted by Mr. McMorris and the credit was given to the snowboarding world. If you plan to say these things, much like your diving references, please understand what you are saying and why.

  25. I think it's disappointing that most of the best riders in the world waste the upper half of the hitching post rail when it's the most exciting rail in the comp' if you can use both top & bottom. Only Stale.

  26. they don’t appreciate style enough. stale had so much more style especially in the rail section

  27. Go to burton open slope scoring!!! They did it best

  28. is it me or the point system was better like 10 year ago when could participate and estimate for yourself the result , now is just for regular folk turning tv on and watch this in 720 p ???? like helllo 2020 4k resolution , where are you ??????

  29. I've never understood the "jam session" format… why does it matter if that's how they do it or if they just give everyone x amounts of runs? It feels like a very forced way of being "with the culture"…

  30. The fans have spoken, switch back the scoring system!

  31. The soundeffects are kinda cringe, they don't add anything.

  32. No more throw away runs means more action for the viewers so that makes the overall impression scores a good idea. However I dont think they expected so many competitors to throw down all solid runs. It means if a top competitor makes one error it can ruin their overall impression even though they may throw down the best single run. It makes going big much more risky so maybe they are trying to stop pushing the sport to progress as quickly. Could be trying to protect the athletes from injury? Thoughts?

  33. This judging format is complete garbage. The boarders that did not put in the work can easily win, that's a problem. Please fix this garbage

  34. You know what would be dope if they made a X games video game

  35. Judges: We are too stoned to judge this!

    X Games: Hold my beer…

  36. "Is slope style a different challenge?"
    "no. Its just different and hard for me"
    lol so you mean yes?

  37. 0:01 who else noticed that the cutout in the trees way back looks like a man running with a torch? 😂

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