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2020 Freeride World Tour


January 13, 2020

Once again some of the world’s best riders are back for the Freeride World Tour 2020, as this is a title Whitedot has helped win twice its a series that is close to our heart; amazing locations, amazing commitment and an amazing season awaits!

 

Event 1 - 18-25 January - Hakuba, Japan

Last year's debut is back again, offering deep powder and unique skiing.Traditionally, the FWT is held on steep and exposed venues. Japan, on the other hand, offers a more playfull take on a competition venue.

Last year's winners:

  • Ski Women: Arianna Tricomi
  • Ski Men: Markus Eder
  • Snowboard Women: Anna Orlova
  • Snowboard Men: Travis Rice

  

Event 2 - 06-12 February - Kicking Horse Golden BC, Canada

Kicking Horse has had two amazing years on the Tour, with some of the craziest lines being produced at this iconic venue.

Last year's winners:

  • Ski Women: Jacqueline Pollard
  • Ski Men: Craig Murray
  • Snowboard Women: Marion Haerty
  • Snowboard Men: Victor De Le Rue

Event 3 - 28 February - 04 March - Ordino Arcalís, Andorra

Always fast and furious, this was the scene of one of Jackie Paaso's finest moments last season.

Last year's winners:

  • Ski Women: Jaclyn Paaso
  • Ski Men: Leo Slemett
  • Snowboard Women: Marion Haerty
  • Snowboard Men: Blake Hamm

Event 4 - 07-13 March - Fieberbrunn, Austria.

The face that offers a selection of steep and technical line from deep in the heart of the Austrian alps. 

Last year's winners:

  • Ski Women: Hedvig Wessel
  • Ski Men: Markus Eder
  • Snowboard Women: Marion Haerty
  • Snowboard Men: Victor de Le Rue

 

 

Event 5 - 28 March - 05 April - Verbier, Switzerland.

This is the competition which only the very best riders get to enter, its a face that would make any skier’s bucket list with steep consequential lines.

If you've earned yourself a spot here, you're also qualified for the next year on tour. 

Last year's winners:

  • Ski Women: Elisabeth Gerritzen
  • Ski men: Wadeck Gorak
  • Snowboard Women: Marion Haerty
  • Snowboard Men: Jonathan Penfield