2015 Volkl World Rookie Finals in Ischgl: are you ready?

After a season of rookie fest event all around the world, registrations are now open for the “gran finals” in Ischgl, the event everybody is waiting for, where the 2015 World Rookie Champions will be crowed.

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– REGISTRATION ARE OPEN –

The Black Yeti travelled all around the world in the last 8 months: from Chile to Australia, from Greece to Scandinavia, from the Alps to Japan. Rookies from more that 20 countries battled to conquer their spot to the most exclusive youth snowboard event on planet Earth:  the Volkl World Rookie Finals in Ischgl, Austria. 

Only the most promising riders will join this legendary event, which award in the latest 10 years the annual World Rookie Champion titles and incredible prizes: wildcard to Air&Style, filming session with Pirate Movie Production, invitation to Rookie Fest Shooting, Trip to Chile and many tickets to next season Rookie Fest events.  Roope Tonteri, Sven Thorgren, Christian Haller, Gjermund Braaten are only some of the previous winner: will be the next snowboard star to be crowned in Ischgl? 

Riders from all over the world will come for a unique sports and lifestyle event in a great international scenario.  The program of 2015 Volkl World Rookie Finals will include World Snowboard Tour Slopestyle contest and many lifestyle activities:  social dinner every day, workshops with Viva con Aqua, a first aid clinic the final party an much more you will not miss for any reason.  

If you are a snowboard fan or if your dream is to start a professional snowboard carrier, then Ischgl, Austria, is the place to be from April the 7th to April the 12th. 

Download here the event info, program and registration form at
www.worldsnowboardfederation.org/xdownload-data/WRT2015/WRT1415-ISCHGL_PRE.zip 

Registration, info and bookings
rookie@worldsnowboardfederation.org

Watch the video from the 2014 Volkl World Rookie Finals in Ischgl here:  


VERY IMPORTANT: QUALIFING CRITERIA TO THE VOLKL WORLD ROOKIE FINALS (WHO CAN JOIN THE EVENT IN ISCHGL)

– Riders, male and female, born 1st January 1997 and younger are admitted.
– Riders will be divided in 2 age groups: born before/after 2000.
– Only riders from WSF member nations are admitted.
– Qualified are the top 20 riders of the World Rookie Rank (top 20 male, top 20 female) + the the top 10 riders from the Grom rank by the 26th of march 2016. you can check the rookie ranks here:  http://www.worldrookietour.com/rank/
– Additional every Nation is allowed to nominate 2 Rookies Men, 1 Rookie Girl, 1 Grom Men, 1 Grom Girl.
– The top 3 riders, both male and female / Rookie and Grom, from the previous stops in Chile, Australia, Italy, Romania, France, Czech Republic and Japan are already qualified to the Volkl World Rookie Finals. National secretary or national coaches are allowed to send their team inscriptions.

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Pre-qualified rider list from previous 2014.15 World Rookie Tour events 

GROM GIRL
BERENICE WICKI (SUI) – 1 IN SWISS
LEILANI ETTEL (GER) – 2 IN SWISS
ARIANE BURRI (SUI) – 3 IN SWISS
LUCY SYLVESTRE (FRA) – 1 IN LIVIGNO
EVA KRALJ (SLO) – 3 IN LIVIGNO
MARGHERITA MENEGHETTI (ITA) – 2 IN MONTE BONDONE
ELENA SCHUTZ (SUI) – 3 IN MONTE BONDONE
IDA RAEISAENEN (FIN) – 2 IN NORWAY
MURASE KOKOMO (JPN) – 1 IN JAPAN
RIRI TARUSAWA (JPN) – 2 IN JAPAN
YUNA KOMURO (JPN) – 3 IN JAPAN

ROOKIE GIRLS
YANEZ ANTONIA (CHI) – 1 IN CHILE
GONZALEZ MAGDALENA (CHI) – 2 IN CHILE
TESS COADY (AUS) – 1 IN AUSTRALIA
ZAHARA KELL (AUS) – 2 IN AUSTRALIA
GEORGIA CRISP (AUS) – 3 IN AUSTRALIA
THALIE LAROCHAIX (FRA) – 1 IN SWISS
RAMONA PETRIG (SUI) – 2 IN SWISS
KATERINA JOJACKOVA (CZE) – 3 IN SWISS
BETINA KICHUKOVA (BUL) – 1 IN GREECE
MIHAELA VAROSHKINA (BUL) – 2 IN GREECE
ANGELINA MILUTINOVISH (SRB) – 3 IN GREECE
BRAD RUXANDRA (ROU) – 1 IN ROMANIA
SUCIU MIHAELA (ROU) – 2 IN ROMANIA
BABS BARNHOORN (NED) – 1 IN MONTE BONDONE
MARGOT ZOPPI (FRA) – 2 IN MONTE BONDONE
GIORGIA LOCATIN (ITA) – 3 IN MONTE BONDONE
KAROLINE HERLEIKSPLASS (NOR) – 1 IN NORWAY
VEERA NISSINEN (FIN) – 2 IN NORWAY
NORA ANDERSEN (NOR) – 3 IN NORWAY
JUNNA ASAYA (JPN) – 1 IN JAPAN
AOI TAKAHASHI (JPN) – 2 IN JAPAN
MAO AIAZAWA (JPN) – 3 IN JAPAN

GROM MEN
HAMADA KAITO (JPN) – 1 IN CHILE
CORTES JULIAN (CHI) – 2 IN CHILE
YANEZ ALVARO (CHI) – 3 IN CHILE
JACK CHRISTIE (AUS) – 1 IN AUSTRALIA
ALEX BROOKES (AUS) – 2 IN AUSTRALIA
KELEB VAGNE (AUS) – 3 IN AUSTRALIA
FLORIAN FISCHER (SUI) – 1 IN SWISS
ELISA RUPP (SUI) – 2 IN SWISS
DAWA JORDENKHANGSAR (SUI) – 3 IN SWISS
WENDELIN GAUGER (SUI) – 1 IN LIVIGNO
BOLL MORITZ (SUI) – 2 IN LIVIGNO
FRICZ BOTOND (HUN) – 3 IN LIVIGNO
KAMEN PETROV (BUL) – 1 IN GREECE
MILENKOVICH MATIJA (SRB) – 2 IN GREECE
STELIO SIONUSOPULOS (GRE) – 3 IN GREECE
NAJ MEKINC (SLO) – 1 IN BULGARIA
KAMEN PETROV (BUL) – 2 IN BULGARIA
KAUFMANN MORITZ (AUT) – 2 IN ROMANIA
NOAH GASPERI (AUT) – 3 IN ROMANIA
SAMI KALLO (FIN) – 3 IN MONTE BONDONE
SAMU SUNDELL (FIN) – 2 IN NORWAY
NEFF CEDRIC (SUI) – 3 IN NORWAY
TAKERU OTSUKA (JPN) – 1 IN JAPAN
ATSUHIRO SUZUKI (JPN) – 2 IN JAPAN
RYOMA KIMATA (JPN) – 3 IN JAPAN

ROOKIE MEN
INAMURA KEITA (JPN) – 1 IN CHILE
FEDERICO CHIARADIO (ARG) – 2 IN CHILE
PEDRO BIDEGAIN (ARG) – 3 IN CHILE
MATTY COX (AUS) – 1 IN AUSTRALIA
JOSH VAGNE (AUS) – 2 IN AUSTRALIA
SAMUEL CHRISTIE (AUS) – 3 IN AUSTRALIA
TIT STANTE (SLO) – 1 IN SWISS
MENDURI STECHER (SUI) – 2 IN SWISS
YANNICK HERMANN (SUI) – 3 IN SWISS
MIKKO REHNBERG (FIN) – 1 IN LIVIGNO
HEEKON KJOLL EILERTESEN (NOR) – 2 IN LIVIGNO
ERIK BASTIAANSEN (NED) – 3 IN LIVIGNO
RAYMOND PRENTICE (GBR) – 1 IN GREECE
KONSTANTIV SLAVOV (BUL) – 2 IN GREECE
ANASTAS SUNKOV (BUL) – 3 IN GREECE
SIMON MITREV (BUL) – 1 IN BULGARIA
JAN ROVENSY (CZE) – 2 IN BULGARIA
LIAM TOURKY (FRA) – 3 IN BULGARIA
FISINSKI KRISTIAN (BUL) – 3 IN ROMANIA
MAX DE VRIES (NED) – 2 IN MONTE BONDONE
KHADARIN VLADISLAV (RUS) – 3 IN MONTE BONDONE
CHASE BLACKWELL (USA) – 1 IN NORWAY
MARTIN HENRIKSEN (NOR) – 3 IN NORWAY
RYO AIZAWA (JPN) – 1 IN JAPAN
MIKUTO YAMAMURA (JPN) – 2 IN JAPAN
RYUNOSUKE TOKURA (JPN) – 3 IN JAPAN

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If you dream to become a professional snowboarder your future starts at the World Rookie Tour!

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