X Games XVII was an action sporting event which took place from July 28 – 31, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. Venues for the event include the Staples Center, Nokia Theater, and other areas of L.A. Live. The games featured the sports of motocross, skateboarding, BMX, and rallying. X Games 17 was also the first ever X Games to feature Enduro X, which replaced Super X.
|Men's Moto X Enduro||Taddy Blazusiak (POL)||Mike Brown (USA)||Justin Soule (USA)|
|Women's Moto X Enduro||Maria Forsberg (USA)||Tarah Gieger (PUR)||Kacy Martinez (USA)|
|Women's Moto X Racing||Vicki Golden (USA)||Tarah Gieger (PUR)||Livia Lancelot (FRA)|
|Moto X Freestyle||Nate Adams (USA)||91||Adam Jones (USA)||86||Dany Torres (ESP)||83|
|Moto X Step Up||Matt Buyten (USA)||37' 0"||Ronnie Renner (USA)||35' 6"|| Myles Richmond (USA)
Brian Deegan (USA)
|Moto X Best Whip*||Jeremy Stenberg (USA)||27%||Todd Potter (USA)||24%||Jarryd McNeil (AUS)||22%|
|Moto X Best Trick||Jackson Strong (AUS)||95.66||Cam Sinclair (AUS)||94.66||Josh Sheehan (AUS)||93.33|
|Moto X Speed & Style||Nate Adams (USA)||Mike Mason (USA)||Ronnie Faisst (USA)|
* Competition decided by fan text message voting.
|Skateboard Big Air||Bob Burnquist (BRA)||92.66||Adam Taylor (USA)||89.66||Edgard Pereira (BRA)||87.00|
|Skateboard Freestyle Vert||Shaun White (USA)||93.00||Pierre-Luc Gagnon (CAN)||91.66||Bucky Lasek (USA)||87.66|
|Skateboard Street||Nyjah Huston (USA)||91.66||Luan Oliveira (BRA)||91.00||Ryan Sheckler (USA)||89.00|
|Women's Skateboard Street||Marisa Dal Santo (USA)||88.00||Alexis Sablone (USA)||84.33||Leticia Bufoni (BRA)||78.00|
|Skateboard Park||Raven Tershy (USA)||82||Pedro Barros (BRA)||81||Ben Hatchell (USA)||75|
|Hometown Heroes Amateur Skateboard Street||Julian Christianson (USA)||88.33||Brendon Villanueva (USA)||86.66||Dan Coe (USA)||80.00|
|Skateboard Game of SK8||Ryan Decenzo (CAN)|
|BMX Freestyle Vert||Jamie Bestwick (GBR)||92||Steve McCann (AUS)||90||Vince Byron (AUS)||79|
|BMX Freestyle Park||Daniel Dhers (VEN)||81 (35)||Dennis Enarson (USA)||81 (31)||Scotty Cranmer (USA)||72|
|BMX Freestyle Big Air||Steve McCann (AUS)||91.66||Vince Byron (AUS)||90.66||Chad Kagy (USA)||89.33|
|BMX Freestyle Street||Steven Tijerina (USA)||92||Dennis Enarson (USA)||85||Dakota Roche (USA)||84|
|Rally Car Racing||Liam Doran (GBR)||Marcus Grönholm (FIN)||David Higgins (GBR)|
|RallyCross||Brian Deegan (USA)||Tanner Foust (USA)||Marcus Grönholm (FIN)|
|1||United States (USA)||13||11||12||36|
|3||Great Britain (GBR)||2||0||1||3|
|8||Puerto Rico (PUR)||0||2||0||2|
|Totals (11 nations)||21||20||21||62|
- Travis Pastrana breaks bones in his foot and ankle in a crash suffered in Moto X Best Trick. Despite the injury, Pastrana competes in RallyCross three days later using hand controls mounted to the steering wheel.
- Jackson Strong successfully lands the first front-flip in competition history in Moto X Best Trick, winning the gold.
- Steve McCann lands the second no-handed-900 in competition history, but Jamie Bestwick defeats him to win his 5th consecutive gold medal in BMX Freestyle Vert.
- 14-year-old Mitchie Brusco successfully lands a 900 while practicing for the Skateboard Big Air finals, but he fails to pull off the feat in competition.
- 16-year-old Nyjah Huston wins gold in Skateboard Street.
- Shaun White comes from behind to defeat three time defending champion Pierre-Luc Gagnon in the final round of Skateboard Vert.
- Venue Map
- Competition Schedule
- Men's Moto X Enduro results
- Women's Moto X Enduro results
- Women's Moto X Racing results
- Moto X Freestyle results
- Moto X Step Up results
- Moto X Best Whip results
- Moto X Best Trick results
- Moto X Speed & Style results
- Skateboard Big Air results
- Skateboard Freestyle Vert results
- Skateboard Street results
- Women's Skateboard Street results
- Skateboard Park results
- Hometown Heroes Amateur Skateboard Street results
- Skateboard Game of SK8 results
- BMX Freestyle Vert results
- BMX Freestyle Park results
- BMX Freestyle Big Air results
- BMX Freestyle Street results
- Rally Car Racing results
- RallyCross results