The final leg of a popular sporting event will soon be making a stop in Breckenridge, Colorado. The 2015 Dew Tour Mountain Championships, sponsored by Mountain Dew, is scheduled to take place from December 10-13.
The Tour brings the stars of the action sports world together to compete in different events in various United States cities. The event kicked off in Chicago, Illinois on June 20. From the 20-21, competitors partook in events like BMX Streetstyle, Skateboard Streetstyle, BMX Street and Skateboard Street. Los Angeles, California was the sight of the second leg of the Dew Tour, which occurred from August 14-16. Athletes faced off in competitions that included Skateboard Vert, Skateboard Streetstyle and Skateboard Street. In both Chicago and Los Angeles, competitors from across the United States, as well as other nations like Brazil, Canada, Argentina, Australia, Puerto Rico, Great Britain and Colombia participated.
The Breckenridge Mountain Championships event is the final and only leg of the Dew Tour in which winter sports are featured. The Tour will be returning to the popular ski resort and vacation destination for the eighth consecutive year. Some of the best and most well-known male and female snowboarders and freestyle skiers will be bringing their talents to the slopes to battle in events that will include the Free Ski Slopestyle, Free Ski Superpipe, Snowboard Slopestyle, Snowboard Superpipe and Snowboard Streetstyle. In past years, accomplished, celebrated and Olympic-medal winning athletes like Shaun White, Kelly Clark and Hannah Teeter have taken part and big names are expected to appear and compete in 2015.
The Mountain Championships are far from merely just an athletic competition. Fans and spectators will be treated to several live concerts, the opportunity to participate in the Interactive Tour Experience, which will feature activities like games, athlete meet and greet sessions and giveaways.
Fans who cannot make it to Breckenridge will be able to catch some of the live action on NBC and the NBC Sports Network. NBC will be airing four hours of love coverage, as will its satellite cable channel, the NBC Sports Network. For those who plan to attend the Tour, admission to events is free, however, a ticket will be required to attend the concerts. For more information, visit www.dewtour.com.