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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-15-2009, 03:05 PM
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Autographed Sims Board from the 2001 X-Games

I have a Sims 152 Snowboard signed by Tina Basish and Peter Line. This board was signed and giving to me durning the 2001 X-games in Mt. Snow Vermont. I have my own video of them signing it. The Sims 152cm Board has never seen snow. This board has never left the clear plastic bag.I won this board back in 2001 for comming in 2nd place, playing X-Games snowboarding video game. For comming in 2nd place, I won the signed snowboard and a real X-games silver medal.
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a real x-games silver medal for playing a video game?
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Yes I REAL 2001 X-Games Silver medal.
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And not only the board and the medal, Espn gave me $600 spending money and airfare for me and a friend plus vip durning the games. Got all the video to prove it.
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January 4, 2001 - ESPN the games has announced a nationwide competition that will have players compete against each other in Konami's Winter X Games Snowboarding, which is regarded as one of the most realistic snowboarding games ever created. The events will take place at various Circuit City stores across the nation and the top performers qualify for the official ESPN Winter X Games Snowboarding Event at the Winter X Games on February 3, 2001 in Mt. Snow, VT.

The top scorer in each of the 10 local markets will travel to the 2001 ESPN Winter X Games in Mount Snow, VT for the final competition and the chance to walk away with an official gold medal from the 2001 Winter X Games. The video game final competition will take place on February 3rd and will be televised on ESPN and ESPN2 as an official event during the network's Winter X Games coverage. As an added bonus, the gold medallist will have an opportunity to compete in the video game against one of the top professional snowboarders in the world.

To compete in ESPN's Winter X Gamers Challenge, gamers in the host cities can sign up online at TVs, Computers, Cameras, GPS, Home Audio, Desktops, Laptops, Consumer Electronics, and More at CircuitCity.com and click on the "Games" page. Each local challenge will take place on a designated date between January 6 and January 20. The schedule for the local competitions is:
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You did win the silver medal and signed board

You did win the Silver Medal, I know, because I have the gold medal from the event. Do you still have the Silver Medal, I saw it on EBAY one day and then a few days latter it was gone. I think you were asking for $3,000 for the medal and the board. Thought you sold it.
I still have the ESPN video of the event, the gold Medal, the signed Snowboard, etc. You were really into the event, brought your own Playstation 2, were constantly practicing.
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I'll give you $50 for the board. Would look good hanging in my bonus room. Could care less about the medal.
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You did win the Silver Medal, I know, because I have the gold medal from the event. Do you still have the Silver Medal, I saw it on EBAY one day and then a few days latter it was gone. I think you were asking for $3,000 for the medal and the board. Thought you sold it.
I still have the ESPN video of the event, the gold Medal, the signed Snowboard, etc. You were really into the event, brought your own Playstation 2, were constantly practicing.
How interesting... a member who's never posted before joined just to say this. Riiiight...
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Yes, this was my first post. I was at the event, won the preliminaries in Atlanta. Won the gold medal for the snowboarding and I was 14 years old.
Name Matthew Anderson. Want to see what I did latter on, type in ACON4 and look for the winner (MTW-Wizard). Guess what, Matthew Anderson from South Carolina again. The person that finished second was from Michigan ( he practiced all the time). Third Place was a guy from NY, he was not supposed to get a snowboard but Tina Baschi bought him one and signed it. Don't believe me, that is your choice, I still have a Gold Medal from The X-games.
Thought it was interesting since I really was at the event.
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Yes, this was my first post. I was at the event, won the preliminaries in Atlanta. Won the gold medal for the snowboarding and I was 14 years old.
Name Matthew Anderson. Want to see what I did latter on, type in ACON4 and look for the winner (MTW-Wizard). Guess what, Matthew Anderson from South Carolina again. The person that finished second was from Michigan ( he practiced all the time). Third Place was a guy from NY, he was not supposed to get a snowboard but Tina Baschi bought him one and signed it. Don't believe me, that is your choice, I still have a Gold Medal from The X-games.
Thought it was interesting since I really was at the event.
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