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Sadowski-Synnott Wins Second Gold in Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle; Parrot and Voisin Add Second Medal of Event with Wins in Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle and Women’s Ski Slopestyle;
New Zealand freeride athletes were on top form at the fourth stop of the Freeride World Tour held in Fieberbrunn, Austria last night (NZ time) with Craig Murray
Kiwi Zoi Sadowski Synnott & Dusty Henricksen Qualify First in 2020 Burton U·S·Open Slopestyle Semi-Finals
First-ever XTERRA World Rankings for athletes based on factors including strength and depth of field, course difficulty, and finishing time.
At the 2020 Junior Jam - Superpipe Kiwi Cam Melville Ives took third with a score of 76.00.
Local hero Kyle Croxall (CAN) won the ATSX 500 race at Le Massif de Charlevoix on Saturday, by beating arch-rival Marco Dallago in a final decided by an incident in the very last portion of the track,
New Zealand snowboarders have been making their presence felt on the world stage with wins in World Cup Slopestyle and Freeride World Qualifier events.
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia (15 February 2020) – Just two days after winning the Sky Sport Emerging Talent Award at the 57th ISPS Handa Halberg Awards
New Zealand skier Jessica Hotter (Ohakune) has won the second stop of the Freeride World Tour, held at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in British Columbia, Canada.
Even with the decision of not aligning the current Queen of Winter Triathlon on any of the two Russian teams lining up for the 2x2 Mixed Relay Worlds, the country showed a magnificent dominance in the event