Simple Session 2019
02/02/2019 - 03/02/2019
Old Man Bowl Jam - Tampa 2019
08/02/2019 - 08/02/2019
Phoenix Skatercon International 2019
02/03/2019 - 02/03/2019
Freeride World Qualifier - RED Mountain Canada 2019
21/01/2019 - 23/01/2019
FIS Europa Cup - Font Romeu 2019
22/01/2019 - 23/01/2019
FIS North American Cup - Sun Peaks 2019
22/01/2019 - 24/01/2019
Men's Carve Pro 2019
23/01/2019 - 26/01/2019
Women's Carve Pro 2019
Woolworths Surfer Groms Comps - Trigg Point 2019
26/01/2019 - 27/01/2019
Industry and event happenings
The final day of the 2016 Cardrona Games staged at Cardrona Alpine Resort near Wanaka, New Zealand featured a strong international contingent, including some home-grown Kiwi talent, competing in the resort's 22ft high Olympic superpipe with Japanese riders standing out with their trick variety and amplitude.
The top 3 Halfpipe male riders at 2016 Cardrona Games: 3rd Andre Hoeflich (GER), the winner Naito Ando (JPN) and 2nd Ikkou Anai (JPN), at Cardrona Alpine Resort near Wanaka, New Zealand.
The most famous mascot in the snowboarding world, The Black Yeti, will arrive in Modena, Italy, for the first edition of the World Rookie Rail Jam by Skipass. A new World Rookie Tour contest that will take place during the Tourism and Winter Sports Fair at ModenaFiere, from 29th to 30th October 2016.
The Mile High by Carlton Dry is bigger and better for 2016 and returns to Perisher’s Front Valley with the biggest and best line-up of wintersports athletes ever assembled in Australia.
Thredbo Resort, with thanks to Burton Snowboards, hosted a new kind of rail contest, Jye’s Jam. It’s not every day that a ski resort lets you take over for a night and run an urban rail comp, so we had a good feeling about this one.
Joel Cantle, one of the invited riders, competing at the the 1st edition of Jye's Jam at Thredbo Resort, Australia, on August 3 2016.
Surfing and Skateboarding have gained Olympic inclusion and therefore will make their debut at the 2020 Olympic Games to take place in Tokyo from July 24 to August 9. It has been decided yesterday by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Rio de Janeiro for these two sports, along with sport climbing, karate and baseball/softball, to be added to the Olympic program.
The Black Yeti announced the final stop for its new season: Volkl Rookie Finals in Ischgl will take place from the 4th to the 9th of April 2017. The next season is going to be bigger than ever. Tour stops have been confirmed in Chile, Australia and Italy, some of which are new to the World Rookie Tour.
The final day at the World Rookie Fest in January 2016, at Livigno, Italy.
At the annual WSF and TTR Joint General Assembly, held in Kleinarl, Austria, delegates from 22 Nations joined the two day long meetings, representing National Snowboard Associations, Riders, Event Organizers and Boardsports Media.
Representatives of National Snowboard Associations, Riders, Event Organizers and Boardsports Media from 22 nations got together in Kleinarl, Austria, for the 2016 Annual WSF and TTR Joint General Assembly.
2016 season was the largest edition ever! Black Yeti is almost ready to announce 2017 World Rookie Tour but before that, he would love to share with all the WRT fans some stats. From the first event in 2005, World Rookie Tour has grown faster than any other youth event and hundreds of young riders joined it. Today, the World Rookie Tour is one of the greatest sport events dedicated to young snowboarders and their families, with more than 1079 riders participating, from 35 different Nations.
A shot from the end of season shooting held in Corvatsch, Switzerland.
The winners of the final Slopestyle contest of the Europa Cup tour, also counting as official Swiss nationals, have been named. Elena Koenz and Moritz Thoenen have become the 2016 Swiss Slopestyle national champions and Sofya Federova and Emiliano Lauzi secured the Europa Cup titles.
The best female contestants of the 2016 Swiss Slopestyle Nationals/FIS Europa Cup at Corvatsch: 2nd Isabel Derungs, 1st Elena Koenz and 3rd Celia Petrig.
Finally the foggy weather lifted and allowed for the crowning of the World Rookie Tour champions in Ischgl, Austria. Isak Ulstein and Kokomo Murase rode their way to the top spots with some exceptional runs.
Ruling Rookies - Isak Ulstein topped the rankings for the guys, with Brock Crouch and Lyon Farrell landing 2nd and 3rd.
A Tour Stop like NO OTHER - the only WRT stop in the Pyrénées, France! The Peyragudes WRT was awesomely presented by ACROBAG WORLD with Marc-André Tarte & Marie Le Bihan.
The fourth and final stop of the U.S. Revolution Tour, which also served as a stop on the World Rookie Tour, saw both the Slopestyle and Halfpipe contests smashed by American snowboarders.
Silvia Mittermüller (GER) and Jamie Nicholls (GBR) have claimed historic victories at this winter's last slopestyle World Cup contest - the Audi Snowjam. Spindleruv Mlyn resort hosted the season's finale for the second consecutive time in a row.
Women's Slopestyle Podium at World Cup Spindleruv Mlyn, with 2nd Katie Ormerod (GBR), 1st Silvia Mittermüller (GER) and third Sarka Pancochova (CZE).
Ischgl is hosting the 2016 Völkl World Rookie Finals for one more time, and young shredders from across the globe will be gathering for this prestigious event.
Ischgl, Austria, is the place to be
In a spectacular display of world class snowboarding the Big Air World Champions were crowned today at the Corona World Championships of Snowboarding in Yabuli, China. Peetu Piiroinen (FIN) and Jamie Anderson (USA) are the new TTR and WSF Big Air World Champions.
The women Big Air Champions at World Championships of Snowboarding Yabuli 2016, 1st Jamie Anderson, 2nd Enni Rukajarvi, 3rd Jessika Jenson.
The US riders once again stepped up and put on a world-class, impressive snowboarding show at the Slopestyle Finals of the Corona World Championships of Snowboarding.
Men Slopestyle Podium at the World Championships of Snowboarding Yabuli 2016, 1st Brandon Davis (USA), 2nd Max Parrot (CAN) & 3rd Stale Sandbech (NOR).
Experience and the boldness of youth triumphed at the US Open halfpipe event on Saturday when veteran Shaun White and 15-year-old Chloe Kim stormed to victory.
Shaun White and his trophy for the Halfpipe event at Burton US Open 2016.
The Trentino Rookie Fest fifth edition kicked off with a fantastic competition day with 62 young snowboarders who showed their best side. Friday morning sunshine and blue bird welcomed the young guns on the Monte Bondone Resort, above Trento.
Rookie girl winner Chloé Silliers (FRA) on the podium with Emmi Parkkisenniemi (FIN) and Lucie Silvestre (FRA), at Trentino Rookie Fest 2016.
Americans Kyle Mack and Jamie Anderson clinched victory in the slopestyle events at the 34th US Open Snowboarding Championships in stunning, sunny conditions at Vail Mountain in Colorado on Friday.
Jamie Anderson, Karly Shorr and Cheryl Maas, female Slopestyle winners at Burton US Open 2016.
Following the success of last year’s halfpipe event, the Black Yeti again stopped in the world winter capital for the Oslo Rookie Fest 2016.
With only 50 Grom and Rookie spots available for the Indy Park Rookie Fest, the Lions Gate's phone would ring day and night after online registration was opened.
Competitors of the 2016 Indy Park Rookie Fest, the Asian stop of the World Rookie Tour at Nekoma Ski Resort.
Day two of the Oslo X Games saw Chloe Kim and Ayumu Hirano take Gold in the SuperPipe Competitions, while the Big air event the following day saw Cheryl Maas and Yuki Kadono victorious.
Kjesti Ostgaard Buaas, Cheryl Maas and Christy Prior on the podium for Women's Snowboard Big Air during 2016 X Games Oslo. February 27, 2016.
“I’m willing to risk everything” says the Japanese snowboard sensation ahead of this winter’s main events: the X Games in Norway and the Burton US Open.
Yuki Kadono celebrates on the podium during Snowboard Big Air Finals at Winter X 2016 in Aspen, CO, USA, January 29, 2016.
With a foot of fresh snow at Buttermilk Mountain, it was an action-packed final day at X Games Aspen as 15,200 spectators watched the world’s best winter sports athletes compete in the disciplines of Men’s Ski Slopestyle, Snowboarder X and The Real Cost Women’s Snowboard SuperPipe.
Chloe Kim competing in Women's Snowboard SuperPipe Final during X Games Aspen 2016
Total domination in Switzerland for the Canadians!
Mark McMorris landed the title, with Tyler Nicholson and Sebastien Toutant in 2nd & 3rd.
Another perfect day in Font Romeu Snowpark for El Clasico; blue sky, good vibes, friendship between ski and snow riders with tones of smiles action and tricks.
ESPN returns to Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen Snowmass, January 28-31, 2016, for the 15th consecutive year to televise the world’s premier action sports competition with live coverage on ESPN and ABC. The 2016 event will again feature action sports competitions, world-class musical performances and a festival village.
Aspen, CO - January 22 Buttermilk Mountain - Sage Kotsenburg during practice for Men’s Snowboard SlopeStyle at X Games Aspen 2015.
Mother Nature Scores a Hat Trick in Colorado, Utah and Lake Tahoe
Early season snow blankets Heavenly, which opens six days ahead of the scheduled 2015 opening.
Tokyo 2020 has chosen Skateboarding and Surfing as 2 of 5 sports that are being proposed for the upcoming games.
First Time an X Games Event will Feature both Summer and Winter Sports Disciplines!
Arielle Gold competing in Women’s Snowboard SuperPipe Final during X Games Aspen 2015 - bring on the Oslo madness!