Can you feel it? The hotels are filling up, there are more people walking through downtown and it's tougher to get a table at restaurants. For the next few weekends, Boise will be under a national spotlight. It begins now - with road closures. 

The X Games start on Friday but the road closures start on Wednesday at 6:00 a.m.

The closures include:

  • 15th Street from River St. to Grove St. Westbound traffic will be able to continue through on River Street to Americana Boulevard.
  • 16th Street from Front St. to River St. Southbound traffic on 16th St. will be able to turn right on Front St.

The attendance is expected to be about 4,000 people at any given time. This is a qualifying event that will only allow few to continue on to the finals.

The competitors will be skateboarding and BMX.

WOMEN - SKATEBOARD PARK

  • Allysha Bergado
  • Amelia Brodka
  • Hanna Zanzi
  • Poppy Olsen
  • Nicole Hause
  • Hunter Long
  • Julz Lynn
  • Arianna Carmona
  • Bryce Wettstein
  • Yndiara Asp
  • Shanae Collins
  • Alana Smith
  • Minna Stess
  • Zoe Safanda
  • Spencer Breaux
  • Dora Varella
  • Nora Vasconcellos
  • Brighton Zeuner
  • Sarah Thompson
  • Fabiana Delfino

MEN - SKATEBOARD PARK

  • Alex Sorgente
  • Ben Hatchell
  • Clay Kreiner
  • Murilo Perez
  • Corey Juneau
  • Greyson Fletcher
  • Ivan Federico
  • Kevin Kowalski
  • Brad McClain
  • Ronnie Sandoval
  • Tristian Rennie
  • Tom Schaar
  • Trey Wood
  • Willy Lara

 

BMX 

  • Kevin Peraza
  • Nick Bruce
  • Larry Edgar
  • Drew Bezanson
  • Ryan Nyquist
  • Pat Casey
  • Mike Varga
  • Daniel Sandoval
  • Daniel Dhers
  • Gary Young
  • Jack Clark
  • Chase Hawk
  • Colton Walker
  • Kenneth Tencio
  • Corey Walsh
  • Jason Watts
  • Matt Cordova
  • Brock Horneman