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Latest news

Kozakov Repechage Day: Brackets B and C

Riders fought through two repechage brackets today to determine the final five spots in tomorrow's finals. Patrick Switzer (CA) cruised through both brackets to claim the 60th spot in the finals, and he was joined by Ben Hay (AU), Nico Gallmann (CH), Gustav Funck Norrhall (SE) and Adria Arquimbau (ES).

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Kozakov 2016 – day 2

Kozakov 2016 – day 2

Today was the first official day of Kozakov 2016 (the freeride day is optional and also open for non-idf riders). Riders got on the line at 9 and we started of with some practice runs.

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Kozakov 2016 – day 1

Kozakov 2016 – day 1

After being rained out on Almabtrieb, the first day at Kozakov was a welcome relief, with warm temperatures all day and a total of 14 runs.

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Persson Wins Lilyhammer

Persson Wins Lilyhammer

Racing at the first European World Cup began under the Norwegian sun as B-bracket riders fought it out for the last four spots in the main event.

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TMI Lilyhammer – day 1

TMI Lilyhammer – day 1

Today was the first day of the Euro tour, which kicked of way up North in Lillehammer, Norway. In the next month the tour will pass through 5 more countries.

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Whistler Longboard Festival: Day 3 – Racing

Whistler Longboard Festival: Day 3 – Racing

Congratulations to Canadian, Dane Hanna, on winning his first IDF World Cup at the Whistler Longboard Festival. The 18-year-old Pender Harbor local, known as Danger Dane, shocked the downhill community by beating out the world’s best in his home country. His win was no fluke, as he got 1st in all his heats leading up to the finals. It was a Canadian sweep as defending Whistler Champion, Troy Grenier get 2nd, with Alex Charleson in 3rd.

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