Snowboard Cross riders return to World Cup competition this weekend in the last Olympic qualifying event in Erzurum, Turkey with Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin looking to extend his comfortable lead on 3,026 points at the top of the world rankings.
Australia’s top snowboarders will be spread out across the Laax World Cup and the Mammoth Grand Prix this weekend for the final events before PyeongChang 2018.
With some of the biggest names in Winter sports taking to the pipe at Bokwang Snow Park in less than a month, the men’s snowboard halfpipe competition is guaranteed to be one of the most highly anticipated events of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Less than a week since claiming Australia’s first Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup medal, PyeongChang hopeful Tess Coady will compete in the season’s last Olympic qualifier at Laax, Switzerland.
With the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics less than a month away, Aussie athletes around the globe proved they'll be a force to be reckoned with in South Korea.
Scotty James has claimed silver at the Halfpipe World Cup finals in Snowmass, Colorado following what was described by commentators as the “most impressive event in the history of Snowboarding”.
Junior Snowboard World Champion Tess Coady has started the year with a bang after taking bronze in the Slopestyle World Cup final in Snowmass, Colorado on Friday.
Australia’s top female snowboarders have finished within the top 15 of the Halfpipe World Cup following Thursday’s qualification runs at Snowmass, Colorado.
It’s one of the fastest, most intense events at the Winter Olympic Games and come February 15 nearly 40 competitors will look to be the fastest down the mountain as the men’s snowboard cross event hits Bokwang Snow Park in PyeongChang.
Australia’s top Snowboard Halfpipe riders are gearing up for their second last chance to qualify for the Winter Olympics at the first World Cup of 2018 in Snowmass, USA.