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You've gotta see this: Extreme female athletes kickin' booty

 
There’s something amazing about seeing women take on extreme sports, and—lucky us!—it’s the weekend of all weekends to watch it happen live. X Games Aspen is going on right now, and the girls are hitting the slopes in a big way. Head to ESPN to watch events unfold and see highlights and recaps right here.

 

 

And even after X Games wraps, there is now a new online home for chicas kicking butt, whether they’re perfecting their moves on powder, are hanging ten, cliff diving, climbing—pretty much anything that tosses “normal” out the window.

 

Welcome to The Female Wolfpack, started by pro skier Rachael Burks. Historically, it’s always been the guys whose extreme escapades have been given the opportunity to have their skills filmed and shown around the world. But not anymore! Rachael wanted to give her peers a chance to show off their adventures, too. And here it is. You can take a look at up-and-coming stars (like 12-year-old Sage Donnelly) and seasoned pros. What better way to spend a chilly weekend, eh?

 

Are you a fan of extreme sports? Tell us all about it in the comments, cuties!


BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 1/26/2013 2:54:00 PM

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