Competition Schedule (all times GMT) / Infostrada Predicted Medallists
06 February - 06:00 - Snowboarding: Men's and Women's slopestyle qualification
06 February - 14:00 - Women's moguls qualification
08 February - 05:30/08:45 - Snowboarding: Men's slopestyle
1. Mark McMorris (Canada), 2. Maxence Parrot (Canada), 3. Stale Sandbech (Norway)
08 February - 18:00 - Freestyle: Women's moguls final
1. Hannah Kearney (USA), 2. Justine Dufour-Lapointe (Canada), 3. Chloé Dufour-Lapointe (Canada)
09 February - 06:30/09:15 - Snowboarding: Women's slopestyle
1. Jamie Anderson (USA), 2. Spencer O'Brien (Canada), 3. Silje Norendal (Norway)
10 February - 14:00/18:00 - Freestyle: Men's moguls qualification/final
1. Mikael Kingsbury (Canada), 2. Alexandre Bilodeau (Canada), 3. Patrick Deneen (USA)
11 February - 06:00/09:00 - Freestyle: Women's slopestyle qualification/final
1. Kaya Turski (Canada), 2. Dara Howell (Canada), 3. Tiril Sjaastad Christiansen (Norway)
11 February - 10:00/15:00/17:30 - Snowboarding: Men's halfpipe
1. Iouri Podladtchikov (Switzerland), 2. Shaun White (USA), 3. Taku Hiraoka (Japan)
12 February - 10:00/15:00/17:30 - Snowboarding: Women's halfpipe
1. Kelly Clark (USA), 2. Arielle Gold (USA), 3. Holly Crawford (Australia)
13 February - 06:15/09:30 - Freestyle: Men's slopestyle qualification/final
1. Nicholas Goepper (USA), 2. James Woods (Britain), 3. Andreas Haatveit (Norway)
14 February - 13:45/17:30 - Freestyle: Women's aerials qualification/final
16 February - 07:00/09:15 - Snowboarding: Women's snowboard cross
1. Dominique Maltais (Canada), 2. Lindsey Jacobellis (USA), 3. Maelle Ricker (Canada)
17 February - 07:00/09:30 - Snowboarding: Men's snowboard cross
1. Alex Pullin (Australia), 2. Nate Holland (USA), 3. Markus Schairer (Austria)
17 February - 13:45/17:30 - Freestyle: Men's aerials qualification/final
1. Qi Guangpu (China), 2. Jia Zongyang (China), 3. Liu Zhongqing (China)
18 February - 13:45/17:30 - Freestyle: Men's halfpipe qualification/final
1. David Wise (USA), 2. Torin Yater-Wallace (USA), 3. Kevin Rolland (France)
19 February - 05:00/09:00 - Snowboarding: Men's and Women's parallel giant slalom
1. Benjamin Karl (Austria), 2. Andreas Prommegger (Austria), 3. Lukas Mathies (Austria)
1. Patrizia Kummer (Switzerland), 2. Julia Dujmovits (Austria), 3. Isabella Labock (Russia)
20 February - 07:45/09:30 - Freestyle: Men's ski cross qualification/final
1. Christopher Del Bosco (Canada), 2. Alex Fiva (Switzerland), 3. Jean Frédéric Chapuis (France)
20 February - 14:30/17:30 - Freestyle: Women's halfpipe qualification/final
1. Rosalind Groenewoud (Canada), 2. Maddie Bowman (USA), 3. Virginie Faivre (Switzerland)
21 February - 07:45/09:30 - Freestyle: Women's ski cross qualification/final
1. Fanny Smith (Switzerland), 2. Marielle Thompson (Canada), 3. Ophélie David (France)
22 February - 05:15/09:15 - Snowboarding: Men's and Women's parallel slalom
1. Roland Fischnaller (Italy), 2. Rok Marguc (Slovenia), 3. Andreas Prommegger (Austria)
1. Ekaterina Tudegesheva (Russia), 2. Patrizia Kummer (Switzerland), 3. Marion Kreiner (Austria)
Freestyle - Canada's Mikael Kingsbury is the only odds-on favourite on the men's side in the Moguls. Americans David Wise (Halfpipe) and Nick Goepper (Slopestyle) come in on the back of X Games wins. Canadian David Duncan is the only man to have won more than one Ski Cross World Cup race this season while Liu Zhongqing can claim the same in the Aerials. Moguls also sees the strongest favourite in the women's events with American Hannah Kearney. Compatriot Maddie Bowman (Halfpipe) and Canadian Kaya Turski (Slopestyle) won at the X Games. China look good in the aerials with Li Nina while Europe's best chance of gold comes in women's Ski Cross where the Swiss trio Katrin Muller, Fanny Smith and Sanna Ludi have all won in the World Cup this year.
Snowboarding - Shaun White is a heavy favourite to win his third Half Pipe gold while Slovenian Rock Margus (parallel slalom) and Benjamin Karl of Austria (parallel giant slalom) are also odds-on. Canadian Mark McMorris (slopestyle) and Australian Alex Pullin (snowboard cross) lead the markets in the other events but they are more wide open. There are no odds-on favourites in the women's events although Swiss Patrizia Kummer has won two of the three World Cup races in both slaloms and giant slalom. American Jamie Anderson (slopestyle) and Torah Bright of Australia (halfpipe) are narrow favourites while expect a tough battle between fellow Canadians Dominique Maltais and Maelle Ricker in the snowboard cross.
Freestyle - Less of outsiders as Alex Bilodeau (Canada, men's moguls), Tom Wallisch (US, men's slopestyle), Justin Dorey (Canada, men's half-pipe), Lisa Zimmerman (Germany, women's slopestyle), Devin Logan (US, women's half-pipe) and Marielle Thomson (Canada, women's ski cross) could all claim to be favourites in their events.
Snowboarding - US veterans and Nate Holland Lindsey Jacobellis warmed up with X Games victories in snowboard cross. Canada's Max Parrot won the Slopestyle in Aspen with Norway's Silje Norendal winning the women's equivalent.
Freestyle - Since being introduced in 1992, the US and Canada have won half the gold medals on offer.
Snowboarding - In the men's half-pipe event, American snowboarders have collected six of nine possible medals, achieving a unique medal sweep in 2002.
Freestyle - Brit James Woods, last season's overall ski slopestyle World Cup winner and world silver medallist, missed the final at the X Games and at the last World Cup event in Breckenridge.
Snowboarding - Lindsey Jacobellis threw away Snowboard Cross gold in Turin after attempting a method grab off the penultimate jump and slid off the course in the semi-finals in Vancouver.
Freestyle - As well as Woods, Rowan Cheshire became the first British woman to win a halfpipe gold at a World Cup event with victory (albeit in an understrength field) in Calgary while slopestyler Katie Summerhayes finished fourth at the 2013 Worlds and recently secured her second career World Cup podium.
Snowboarding - Jenny Jones, second in the opening World Cup slopestyle event of the year, and Billy Morgan - fourth in last year's World Championship in the same discipline and on the road to recovery after injury - could bring medals back.
Slopestyle is making its' debut and is one of the most popular events at the Winter X Games where skiers/boarders go down a 565m/655m course executing moves and tricks over a course featuring rails and jumps.