The weather conditions of the second day of DEEJAY Xmasters World Rookie Tour wasn’t better than yesterday. Due to the snow falling during the night and the persistent wind, today, rookies didn’t have the chance to try the L and XL line of race set. Only line M has been opened, even if it’s deep in the clouds.
Tomorrow there will be a sunny day without wind and temperatures around -2 degrees. The race director have decided, in agreement with the coaches, this event form:
tuesday 23rd – > training day
wednesday 24th -> 2 runs each, best run count.
This afternoon, to relax body and mind after a snowboarding day, rookies gathered for a yoga session at the race office. Also the Black Yeti do this and enjoyed the benefits 😉
Competition start tomorrow at Mottolino Snowpark. Stay tuned! Below the program:
Tuesday 23rd – Updated program:
Training day for all riders.
9.00-10.30: training group 1
10.30-12.00: training group 2
12.00-13.00: lunch break
13.00-14.30: training group 2
14.30-16.00: training group 1
GROUP 1: Rookie boys & Grom girls
GROUP 2: Grom boys & Rookie girls
Wednesday 24th – Updated Program:
2 run each rider, best run count as final result.
9.00-9.30: training girls
9.45-10.45: girls competition (Grom girls – Rookie girls)
11.00-11.30: training Grom boys
11.45-12.45: Grom boys competition
13.00-13.45: training Rookie boys
14.00-15.15: Rookie boys competition
17.30: prize-giving ceremony @ riders office
Photo Credits: Ania Grzelka
2017.18 World Rookie Tour – Official Calendar
NZ Rookie Fest. Cardrona, New Zealand. October 05-08, 2017. Halfpipe and Slopestyle DONE
World Rookie Rail Jam. Modena, Italy. October 26-28, 2017. Urban Rail Jam DONE
Corvatsch Rookie Fest. Corvatsch, Swiss. December 13-17, 2017. Slopestyle DONE
Deejay XMasters World Rookie Fest. Livigno, Italy. January 20-25, 2018. Slopestyle
Bulgarian Rookie Fest. Pamporovo-Mechi Cal, Bulgaria. January 26-28, 2018. Halfpipe and
USASA Grom Fest. Keystone, USA. February 10, 2018. Slopestyle
Valle d’Aosta Rookie Fest. Pila, Italy. February 21-25, 2018. Slopestyle
USASA Grom Fest. Breckenridge, USA. February 25, 2018. Halfpipe
Indy Park Rookie Fest. Nekoma, Japan. March 03-04, 2018. Slopestyle
Oslo Rookie Fest. Oslo, Norway. (to be confirmed)
Mammoth Rev Tour Rookie Fest. Mammoth Mountain, California. March 15-16, 2018. Halfpipe and Slopestyle
World Rookie Finals. Kitzsteinhorn, Zell am See-Kaprun, Austria. April 10-15, 2018. Halfpipe and Slopestyle
If you dream to become a professional snowboarder,
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ABOUT THE WORLD ROOKIE TOUR
The World Rookie Tour is organized by the Black Yeti ssrl in collaboration with World Snowboard Federation and its National Snowboard Associations. It consists of a selection of high quality International events, the so called “Rookie Fests”, reserved for riders under 18’s only, in Europe, North and South America, Oceania and Asia. The World Rookie Tour consists not only of competitions: it also features loads of other activities to help rookies to grow in the field of professional snowboarding, such as photo & video shootings, avalanche and rescue clinics, meetings with photographers and international team managers, parties and English talks. Since year zero it awards tickets to world class events such as The Arctic Challenge, The Air & Style, The World Snowboarding Championships, invitations to professional snowboard photo & video shootings, and freeride trip in Chile. Every year the tour crowns the World Rookie Champion at the end of season, at the World Rookie Finals, a unique event where the best youngsters from almost 30 countries compete and have fun. More information at www.worldrookietour.com.
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