After a huge hiatus caused by event postponements and even the cancellation of the Crested Butte event because of extremely low snow pack, the Freeskiing World Tour is back! The Snowbird Utah event kicked off today, and it feels good to be back! The conditions were variable to say the least, but we'll take it.
The Junior Freeskiing Tour World Junior Championships went off on Northwest Baldy at Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort concluding a year of heightened competition and talent. The level of competition was so high throughout the fourth year of the tour, that a pre-qualified athletes list was created, allowing more qualifier athletes into the world championship competition.
The finals of the Subaru Freeskiing World Championships came to a close today crowning Angel Collinson & Drew Tabke not only as World Freeski Champions but also as the FWT overall points leaders.
With the smell of coconut sunscreen wafting through the air The Subaru Freeskiing World Championships got underway at Snowbird, Utah. After two intense days of qualifiers where over 100 men and 22 women charged West Baldy in the hopes of making it into Day 1 the powers that be selected the top 30 men and 8 women to join the ranks of prequalified athletes to compete on Silverfox.
The 2010 Subaru Freeskiing World Tour came to a close yesterday, on Snowbird’s North Baldy venue at the Subaru Freeskiing World Championships.» Read More »
Start doing some squats, eating your spinach, and keep watching girls doing boot camp at Kits Beach, I mean um, start doing your own bootcamp. Get ready to bring it, 'cause the 2010 Subaru Freeskiing World Tour organized by Mountain Sports International (MSI) has just released the schedule for you to start planning your season.» Read More »
Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort surpassed the season-to-date snowfall total of 600 inches for the second straight year thanks to a 15 inch storm over the weekend. The Little Cottonwood Canyon resort is the only one in Utah still open for spring skiing and snowboarding.» Read More »
It may be April Fools’ Day, but the numbers don’t lie: Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort has received more than 100 inches in the last 10 days, pushing the season total to 495 inches with a mid-mountain base depth of 145 inches. The mountain is in mid-winter form, skiers are raving about some of the best conditions of the season and additional storms are looming in the forecast.» Read More »