The great final of the 7th Freeski World Cup Corvatsch went down at Silvaplana in the Engadine in Switzerland today and the Andri Ragettli took the win in the men's and Silvia Bertagna took 3rd place in the ladies.
It was a day to remember, Markus Eder being crowned the 2019 Freeride World Tour Champion at the Xtreme Verbier. The world title was not guaranteed for Markus going into the Finals, with Kristoffer Turndell within reach of the title. However as it the day unfolded it was Markus Eder who took out the win. The uncertainly and the pressure going into the day made it a very emotional day for Markus as he had been striving towards taking the title throughout the whole season.
After a strong second run at the World Junior Ski Championships in Val di Fassa (ITA) the austrian junior racer Joshua Sturm surprisingly placed fourth in the slalom and missed the bronze medal by only 0.31 seconds.
The Voelkl Freeski team dominated the podium at the FIS Freeski World Slopestyle Championships with Birk Ruud placing 2nd and Nick Goepper 3rd behind James Wood in 1st. The event took place in Park City after a tough week of weather conditions
After two podiums at the first European Cup slalom in Trysil in December, Ylva Staalnacke is back on the podium again! At the EC giant slalom competition in Zinal the swedish skier placed 2nd on saturday’s race and 1st on sunday.
In the men's Markus Eder took first place with an impeccable run stomping a stylish flatspin 360 and a transfer air. Tanner Hall placed 2nd and Tom Peiffer 3rd. The conditions for the event could not have been better with powder landings for all the riders.
Markus Salcher is preparing himself for the World Cup winter. Even before the season has started, the austrian paralamic skier has the chance to win once again the award at the Lotterien Sporthilfe Gala on the 31st of October.
Two of the world's best park skiers; Øystein Bråten and Tiril Sjåstad Christiansen joined up with Freeskier and Mountain Guide Stian Hagen to be mentored into backcountry skiing. They spent the week in Leivassbu lodge in the Norweigian, Jotunheimen mountains, to learn about avalanche safety and backcountry travel. Judging by the smiles on their faces, we will be seeing more of them outside the park in the future.
Andri Ragettli has risen to become one of the top Slopestyle skiers in the world. This episode takes a close and personal look into how this happened, his story from past, to present to now looking to the future goals. Andri comes from Laax Switzerland where skiing runs in his family, his blood, it is in his history, it is his life. We also check out his biggest highlight from last season at the Nine Royals where he was the first person in the world to landed a Quad Cork 1800.
Andri Ragettli has released VLOG2. From now on Andri will keep us updated what's happening in his life in the lead up to the olympics. Mostly the videoblog will be about skiing competitions and training but also school, events and private life. In this episode he goes to the Milan City Big Air and there is a pro model shades giveaway.
It was an impressive event with Voelkl Marker Dalbello team riders Øystein Bråten winning the men’s event and Jennie- Lee Burmansson winning the ladies. The FIS World Cup Slopestyle was held on the Stubai Glacier in Austria and was the first slopestyle event in the Northern hemisphere.
Join Stian Hagen with Austin Ross and Nadine Wallner on a train journey across the Norwegian landscape in search of ski touring and beautiful scenery. Departing Oslo, the group connected to the world famous Flåm Railway in Myrdal to explore the local ski touring before departing to Bergen.
This was the first World Cup Big Air event for the season. The Big Air is located on a former site of Milan’s Expo and is one of the most exciting venues on tour, just 10km from the center of Milan. The riders drop in on a 40m competition ramp.
While winter has arrived in central Europe and in North America, Lapland has been enjoying winter conditions for a few weeks now and Levi hosted a ladies’ and a men’s slalom the past week-end, on the 11th and 12th November.
Andri Ragettli has released his first Video Blog- Vlog (School & Prime Park), you can now follow Andri on his journey to the approaching Olympics. This episode is about his school and training in Stubai, Austria. He will release a new episode every 2 weeks so stay tuned for more great edits to come in the lead up to the Winter Olympics.
Many of the world’s best female and male skiers came together for the grand finale of the Suzuki Nine Royals at Watles, South Tyrol, Italy on April 1st, 2017. Under a hazy sky, the women and men proved their creativity and technical prowess to the delight of cheering crowds and judges. Over the course of two jam sessions, judges determined the winners using a unique format: a combined score of two technical tricks and one style trick. After a week of photo and film sessions, it was Andri Ragettli (SUI, ski) and Coline Ballet-Baz (FRA, ski) who topped the podiums.
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