Elite level snowboardcross and skicross event tour.
America’s longest-running winter action sports series, the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, wrapped up last weekend at Park City Mountain Resort with historic athletic results and record television viewers worldwide.
The fourth and final stop of the U.S. Revolution Tour has been rescheduled and moved from Mt. Hood Meadows, OR to Mammoth Mountain, CA Mar. 17-20.
30 riders will compete at the 2015 FIS Junior World Championships March 8-16 in Yabuli, China.
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On a snowy day in Ashikawa, Japan, Olympian Justin Reiter took home his best FIS Alpine Snowboard World Cup result, nabbing second place at the parallel slalom on Saturday.
Even with fresh snow on Park City's halfpipe, the Americans were able to pull off a successful day in front of the home crowd at the U.S. Grand Prix halfpipe comp. Kelly Clark took the win and Arielle Gold was second. Taylor Gold was second among the men.
The men threw down an unbelievable podium sweep at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in Park City, UT. Eric Willett was first, Chas Guldemond took second and Eric Beauchemin was third. On the women’s side, Karly Shorr was second.
Thursday marked the end of successful qualifiers for the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, with eight Americans grabbing spots for the Sprint snowboard halfpipe finals on Sunday.
Snowboarding Sprint U.S. Grand Prix finale action kicked off Wednesday in the King’s Crown terrain park at Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) with the Paul Mitchell slopestyle snowboarding qualifications.
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Eric Beauchemin took third place in men’s big air and Jessika Jenson second in slopestyle, each earning their first career World Cup podiums at the FIS Snowboarding World Cup in Stoneham, Quebec.
The final stop on the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix tour will take place Feb. 25- Mar.1 at Park City Mountain Resort.
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The U.S. Snowboarding rookie team cleaned up at the third stop of the U.S. Revolution Tour in Mammoth Mountain, CA, Feb. 10-13.
Hole Shot Tour
The Hole Shot Cross Tour is a competition designed to bridge the gap between grassroots and world cup level for Snowboardcross and Skicross. The event also brings together athletes across the country to identify the top juniors in the country. Athletes 15 (SBX)/ 16 (SX) and older compete together in an open-class style event. The top juniors will be named to U.S. Snowboarding’s and U.S. Freeskiing Project Gold, a group of the top development athletes in the country who will train together in the summer and are invited to other select projects. Athletes also qualify for Junior World Championships and World Cup events from the Hole Shot Tour. Athletes must have a current National USSA license and FIS license prior to registering.
In partnership with the USASA, we have scheduled the final U.S. stop of the SBX/SX NorAm Tour in conjunction with USASA Nationals Open Class events. The 2015 USASA National Championships will host the OPEN Class competitions as NorAm snowboardcross and skicross events. The sanctioning of these OPEN Class events represents a cooperative effort between the USASA, the USSA and Copper Mountain Resort.
Registration invitations will be sent out by USASA. For event details visit usasa.org.
*all entry fees from the Squaw Valley events will be refunded in the next 10 days. We are sorry, we were not able to reschedule the Revolution Tour SBX/SX event.
March 27 - Official Training
March 28 - General Training
March 29 - SBX NorAm Race
April 3 - Official Training
April 4 - General Training
April 5 - SX NorAm Race