Max Parrot high above the Slopestyle course during his silver medal run at X Games Aspen 2013. Photo credit: Jordan Loyd/O'Neill Snow

All of Aspen is talking about the O’Neill Experience at X Games 2013!  Kicking things off on Saturday, X Games rookie snowboarder Max Parrot took silver with the first-ever backside triple cork in Slopestyle history.  The X Games medal comes on the heels of Parrot’s first-place finish at the O’Neill Evolution last week in Davos, Switzerland.  O’Neill teammates Celia Miller and gold medalist David Wise were in attendance to cheer on Max during the competition, while Seb Toots and Aspen Spora took in a busy day at Buttermilk, with autograph sessions, photoshoots and media interviews.

Celia Miller and O'Neill Team Manager Jimmy Adams hanging out at the Slopestyle course during Saturday's X Games action. Photo credit: Jordan Loyd/O'Neill Snow

O'Neill Team Coach Max Henault reacts to the O'Neill Experience cameras during Max Parrot's silver-medal performance. Photo credit: Jordan Loyd/O'Neill Snow

Max Parrot stands tall on the podium with a surprise silver in Slopestyle at X Games Aspen 2013. Photo credit: Jordan Loyd/O'Neill Snow

Celia Miller was on hand to support her O'Neill teammates Saturday at X Games Aspen 2013. Photo credit: Jordan Loyd/O'Neill Snow

X Games Max Parrot talks to the media about his impressive silver medal performance in Slopestyle at X Games Aspen 2013. Photo credit: Jordan Loyd/O'Neill Snow

Check out the entire collection of O’Neill Experience videos and photos from X Games Aspen at www.oneillexperience.com, FacebookTwitter (@ONeillNAmerSNOW) and Instagram (@oneill_experience).  O’Neill is hosting photos competitions on social media during X Games to win merchandise, including copies of Jeremy Jones’ ‘Further’ and a Seb Toots signature jacket from the 2012-13 collection.

O’Neill Experience Aspen, day three recap:https://vimeo.com/58299392