After a successfull General Assembly in Stockholm, the World Snowboard Federation (WSF) is now ready to enter its 10th season. What WSF will do for its 10 anniversary will not be different from what WSF did in the last decade: work to further develop the sport of snowboarding at all levels.
The main projects developed by WSF and it’s 38 member National Snowboard Associations (NSAs) in the last seasons included:
– World Rookie Tour
– Para-Snowboarding Program
– World Snowboard Day in association with EuroSIMA
– Shaper Education
– Grassroots Competition Programs at national level (1-2-3 stars events) in association with the TTR World Tour.
To celebrate it’s 10th season, and in addition to the previous consolidated programs, WSF will introduce a handful of new projects:
– Banked Slalom World Tour
– Addition of Halfpipe events in the World Rookie Tour
– International Judge education (in cooperation with TTR)
– Oslo 2012 World Snowboarding Championships (in cooperation with The Arctic Challenge, The Norwegian Snowboard Federation, Oslo Vinterpark and TTR)
For those who could not attend the last WSF and TTR General Assembly in Stockholm and want to know more about past report and future program, a detailed report is available here to download. The report include the WSF General Assembly Minutes, annual reports, presentations, stats and much more.
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Support WSF and its programs for 2011.12
– If you are a snowboard media representative and wish to support WSF, the web banners series “Keep it Real” are now avaible to download here. Media partners will be included in a dedicated section on the WSF website.
– Became a WSF fan on Facebook and catch daily pictures, news and videos: facebook.com/worldsnowboardfederation