Watch the rider’s level and what’s happened the last year during French Fries Rookie Fest 2012.
After this stop the World Rookie Tour will move to Mnt. Bondone, Italy, for the second edition of Trentino Rookie Fest, the only halfpipe event in the World Rookie Tour 2013.
The winner of the Halfpipe in Monte Bondone will be awarded with a wild card for The Arctic Challenge to compete in one of the most exclusive event on the planet.
World Rookie Tour 2013 – Events Calendar
Transilvania Rookie Fest – Arena Platos, Romania – 4.6 January 2013 – 2*TTR
World Rookie Fest – Livigno, Italy – 12.16 January 2013 – 2*TTR
French Fries Rookie Fest – Avoriaz, France – 9.10 February 2013 – 2*TTR
Trentino Rookie Fest – Monte Bondone, Italy – 14.17 February 2013 – Halfpipe 2* TTR
East Rookie Fest – Spidleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic – 8.10 March 2013 – 2* TTR
Indy Park Banzai Rookie Fest – Nokoma, Japan – 19.20 March 2013 – 2* TTR
West Coast Rookie Fest – Tahoe, California – 22.24 March 2013 – 2* TTR
World Rookie Finals – Ischgl, Austria – 3.7 April 2013 – 3*TTR
Summer Rookie Fest – Val Senales, Italy – 2013 – Training Camp
Australian Rookie Fest – Thredbo, Australia – August 2013 – 2* TTR
South America Rookie Fest – Valle Nevado, Chile – August 2013 – 2* TTR
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