Freeride World Tour 2024Conquering the Peaks
The Freeride World Tour 2024 is set to captivate action sports enthusiasts worldwide with its thrilling competition schedule. As a tour partner for several years now, let us introduce you to the highlights and athletes who will take this year's events to new heights.
Follow the event live!
Freeride World Tour 2024 Calendar
Get ready for an action-packed year with exciting challenges in stunning locations around the world. Here are the top stages you won't want to miss:
Iconic Change: The first event of the Freeride World Tour 2024, which was originally scheduled to take place in Baqueira in the Pyrenees, has been moved to Verbier on the Bec des Rosses due to weather conditions. The event is set to take place on January 27th and 28th, and promises to be equally as spectacular, marking the start of the competition in an unforgettable way.
Prepare to be amazed by the incredible feats of athletes challenging the limits.
Athletes in the Spotlight
We are very excited about the upcoming 2024 Freeride World Tour, and we are proud to announce the participation of our athletes. These brave riders are ready to push the limits of courage and skill, displaying the colors of Dynastar on the most challenging terrains in the world.
- Dillon FLINDERS (USA)
- Megane BETEND (FR)
- Taylor DOBYNS (USA)
- Lydia NEYLSEN (USA)
- Simon PERRAUDIN (SUI): We are pleased to announce that Simon is joining the Dynastar family this season; we wish him good luck on his journey on the Tour!
Among the newcomers this season, we also welcome Maximilien MICHEL (FR) and Petra OHLSON (SWE) who will compete this year on the QUALIFIER
Dynastar Athletes at the Freeride World Tour 2024
Freeride World Tour Junior
A New Generation of Rising Stars
In parallel with the Freeride World Tour, the next generation of fearless talents is also making waves on the global stage. The World Championships in Kappl witnessed an exceptional competition featuring young skiers and snowboarders from around the world showcasing their skills on pristine snow.
Results of the Kappl World Championships
- Lukas BENNETT (CAN)
With an impressive descent, Lukas BENNETT secured the gold medal, demonstrating exceptional mastery of steep slopes and creative flair.
- Michael WHEATLEY (USA)
The bronze medal was won by Michael WHEATLEY, whose impeccable technique and courage were rewarded in this high-level competition.
These young talents are just beginning their extraordinary journey, and we are excited to accompany them and witness their growth in the seasons to come. Stay tuned for these rising stars representing the promising future of freeride.
Stay Connected with Our Athletes
Follow each thrilling performance of our athletes on social media and discover behind-the-scenes of their preparation for the Freeride World Tour 2024. Stay connected with us for exclusive updates, live videos, and in-depth interviews with our fearless athletes.
The Freeride World Tour 2024 is more than just a competition. It's a celebration of passion, determination, and the spirit of adventure. Join us as we embark on this epic adventure at the top of the world. After discovering the fascinating athletes that will represent Dynastar on the Freeride World Tour 2024, let's now delve into the rules that govern this unique competition.
Deciphering the Rules of the Freeride World Tour: Understanding the Scoring Criteria and Maximizing Performance
The Freeride World Tour (FWT) represents the pinnacle of freeride competitions, attracting the best skiers and snowboarders worldwide. At the heart of this captivating event are sophisticated scoring rules determining athletes' rankings. Explore the nuances of these rules and how athletes can maximize their scores.
1. FWT Scoring Criteria
Unveiling the Secrets
Line - Strategic Choice
The "line" reveals the athlete's strategic choice of the course. Judges evaluate the fluidity, creativity, and difficulty of the chosen line, favoring competitors capable of navigating challenging terrain with style and boldness.
Control - Mastery in Action
"Control" measures the athlete's mastery over their equipment. A smooth and controlled descent is essential for a high score. Falls or loss of control can negatively impact the scoring.
Technique - Excellence in Movement
"Technique" evaluates the quality of movements, turns, and jumps. Competitors are encouraged to demonstrate technical expertise while taking calculated risks, adding an artistic dimension to the performance.
Jumps and Tricks - Creative Elevation
"Jumps and tricks" play a crucial role. Judges assess the height, creativity, and style of jumps, as well as the difficulty of tricks, highlighting the importance of innovation in FWT scoring.
2 - Precise Scoring Scale from 0 to 100
Judges use a scoring scale from 0 to 100; each scoring criterion contributes to the athlete's total score, allowing a percise performance evaluation.
3 - Experienced Subjective Judgment
Despite defined criteria, judgment remains subjective. Judges, as experts in the discipline, bring their personal experience to their evaluations, underscoring the importance of experience in interpreting performances.
4. Rewarded Innovation: A Strategic Advantage
Innovation is rewarded in the FWT. Athletes who push boundaries and introduce new approaches or tricks may benefit from a higher score, emphasizing the importance of originality.
FWT, a Celebration of the Art of Freeride
The Freeride World Tour transcends mere sports competition; it's a celebration of the art of freeride. Passion, innovation, and performance come together to create unforgettable moments on the global freeride stage.
Explore these FWT scoring rules to understand the subtleties that distinguish the best athletes and inspire snow sports enthusiasts worldwide.