EXTREME SPORTS enthusiasts from Asia competed against the world's best at the inaugural Global X-Games held in the United States and Canada in May. Cable television channel ESPN sports has delayed coverage of the event every night this week. Teams from six regions battled it out in 11 winter and summer events in six sports categories at the competition held simultaneously in San Antonio, Texas and Whistler, British Columbia. Asian X-Games champions, brothers Eito and Takeshi Yasutoko from Japan, went for medals in the Aggressive In-line Skate Vert event. Shuji Ueyama and X-Games veteran Seiji Saito were in the Bike Vert, and Kenji Tsuruta was in the Bike Park. Jeeresak Tassorn of Thailand, and Ahmad Fadzil Musa and Mohd Zamri Mohd Ramli from Malaysia, were the three non-Japanese athletes in Team Asia. One region was named X-Games Global Champion when results from both venues were combined for overall team scores. Global X-Games will be broadcast on ESPN every day this week at 6.30 or 7pm.