ESPN SPORT SCIENCE USES RIPXX DURING WINTER X GAMES

What does it take to land a triple cork with Sage Kotsenburg?

SPRING HILL, Tenn. – Jan. 31, 2011- Winter X 15 is officially over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has ended. Check out X Games big air bronze winner, Sage Kotsenburg getting wired up like “bionic man” and using Ripxx to see what it takes to pull of a triple cork in competition.

The Ripxx Sports Performance Measurement Device is a tool used to record athletes’ movements and stats so that they can train better and improve. “It is a great product,” said Annie Tang, ESPN’s Sport Science Producer. “We got height, distance, velocity, air time, and angular velocity from the Ripxx.”

See what Ripxx recorded, and watch Sage prove what it takes to land the coveted triple cork.

ESPN Sport Science Video Clip:

Sport Science: Triple Cork

About Ripxx:
Ripxx was developed for action sport athletes who want to train better. Working with sports including skiing, snowboarding, motocross, BMX, cycling, running, kayaking, and so many more, Ripxx is unlike any other training tool out there.

Download the Ripxx Ski and Snowboard smart phone application to get a small dose of the Ripxx device. Record stats, view trails, and export results to Facebook. Download yours today.