Video from the World Rookie Finals Freeski!

2021 WRT Freeski Champions were crowned at the Betterpark Hintertux in a perfect day! Below video highlights with the best shots from the event! 

We are happy to welcome in the Black Yeti Wall of Fame:
👑 World Rookie FS Champion James Kanzler USA
👸 World Rookie FS Champion Muriel Mohr GER
🤴 World Grom FS Champion Andreas Penz AUT
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James Kanzler (USA) and Muriel Mohr (GER) won the title of 2021 World Rookie Freeski Champions

In the most crazy winter season ever, in which the Black Yeti has been difficult to manage every single event, the 2021 World Rookie Freeski Finals, after several date and location changes, went down as an incredible success in Hintertux, Austria. Athletes from 11 different nations came to Hintertux, underlining the international stance of this iconic youth event, and enjoy not only an international slopestyle competition, but as well several side activities thanks to a strict Covid-19 protocol which ensured the safety of all participants.


James Kanzler – USA – World Rookie Champion

The 2021 World Rookie Finals went down in Hintertux Glacier, at the Betterpark Snowpark, under blue skies and perfect snow conditions. Almost fifty participants gained to conquer the World Rookie Tour Champion title, battling in a slopestyle course consisting of three tables with different kickers and one table with two jib obstacles at the end. Judges scored each rider using overall impression.


Muriel Mohr – World Rookie Girl Champion Freeski

It was a close race, where the male rookie James Kanzler (USA) claimed the victory and the World Rookie Champion Title with a left double cork 10 safety grab, right double cork 12 mute grab, switch right bio 9 rail grab, on the jump, finished with a right 270 pretzel 270 on the last obstacle. Axel Burmansson from Sweden and Ralph Konnor from USA completed the male rookie podium.

14 years old Muriel Mohr, one of Germany’s great hopes for the future and one of the younger in the comp, dominated the Girls category in which rookies and groms competed all together. She stomped a switch left 540 safety grab, right 720 safety grab to left cork 720 blunt grab, Front 270 out on the last rail. Jenna Riccomini from the USA was second and Jade Michaud from France third.


Andreas Penz – Aut – World Rookie Grom Champion

Among the grom category, Andreas Penz from Austria arrived first thanks to his run: left double cork 720 safety grab, right misty 540 safety grab, switch left cork 540 japan grab, front 450 out. Andreas gained the prestigious Golden Ticket to enter for free every World Rookie Tour stops in the next season 2021.22. Timothé Roch from France and Ralph Konnor from the USA conquered the second and third places.

Our World Rookie Champions, male and female, were both awarded with a spot for 2021.22 FIS World Cups Slopestyle, invitations for the 2022 Spring Battle at the Absolut Park and for the 2021.22 Hintertux Opening, and an invitation to a Red Bull Experience to be announced soon. Other participants where awarded with a surf week with our historic partner SurftoLive.com and with many goodies from all our sponsors.


Rookie Men Podium

Download all the results from the 2021 World Rookie Finals Freeski here. 

RESULTS WOMEN
1. Muriel Mohr, GER, 89.67
2. Jenna Riccomini, USA, 85.00
3. Jade Michaud, FRA, 81.33

RESULTS GROM MEN (2006-2007)
1. Andreas Penz, AUT, 65.67
2. Timothé Roch, FRA, 64.67
3. Lars Ruchti, SUI, 60.33

RESULTS ROOKIE MEN (2003-2005)
1. James Kanzler, USA, 91.33
2. Axel Burmansson, SWE, 89.67
3. Ralph Konnor, USA, 88.33


Girls Podium

As you know, World Rookie Tour is not just about competition, and for the Black Yeti is important to engage the entire participant in lifestyle and social activities. That’s why the event was organized under a strict Covid Security Protocol to create a safety bubble and allow the organization of side activities. During the event took place a workshop about “Wood Photo Printing” by Andreas Monsberger, where they learned how to print a real picture in a piece of wood, making real artworks. The program also included “Avalanche Clinic” with theoretical and practical parts run by MOON Agency.


Grom Podium

All the World Rookie Tour organization would like to thank you all for the determination and for the support for our project.  We hope to see you next year in better conditions, and we remember you all that the World Rookie Finals will continue now with the Snowboard Section until on May 2nd.


Photo gallery World Rookie Finals Freeski
Quali Day
Final Day

Photo Credits: Andreas Amplatz

Below you can watch all the winning runs of our Champions!


World Rookie Champion Freeski – Winning Run


World Rookie Girl Champion – Winning Run


World Rookie Grom Champion – Winning Run

Video Credits: Silvio Ottonello, Andreas Monsberger, Mauro Castellani

 

Covid-19: In cooperation with the ÖSV, a comprehensive Covid-19 security concept was implemented to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone involved.

2021 World Rookie Tour Calendar
For Snowboard, Freeski and Skateboard, please check the last online version here.

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If you dream to become a professional action sport athlete,
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2021 World Rookie Finals Freeski qualification results

Here we are! Today, qualifications of the 2021 World Rookie Finals Freeski went down under an unexpected, but absolutely welcome, blue sky! All the Groms and Rookies showed their best in the Betterpark Hintertux.

You can see by yourself in this first video edit, signed by @monepic.at

Download the World Rookie Finals Freeski – Qualification Results here.

See you tomorrow for the big final!

Starting list is available here
Read here the contest format

Photo Credits: Marco Sampaoli

2021 World Rookie Freeski Finals moves to Austria

Due to the covid emergency the 2021 World Rookie Tour Freeski Finals, originally scheduled in Seiser Alm, Italy, from March the 23rd until March the 27th, will change date and location and will move to one of our oldest partner ski resort: Kitzsteinhorn, Zell am See-Kaprun in Austria.

We tried hard to execute the 2021 WRT Freeski Finals in Seiser Alm, Italy, where the first edition happened back in 2019, but the extended covid emergency in Italy didn’t allow the most of the ski resort to open.” stated Marco Sampaoli from the WRT Organizing team. “We evaluated several options to make the event a reality in this difficult season and the best solution looks like to move it to Kitzsteinhorn, Austria, in conjunction with the 2021 WRT Snowboard Finals”.

The WRT organizing team is defining in this days all the technical details in order to combine the 2021 Freeski and the 2021 Snowboard finals in the same date and location. In-fact with some minor change in the program and general organization will be possible to host both events, approximately in the same original date from April the 11th until April the 16th.

All details, final dates and final programs, will be released in the next days, in the meanwhile continue to follow the Black Yeti on the web and stay safe.

2021 World Rookie Tour Provisional Calendar
For Snowboard, Freeski and Skateboard, please check the last online version here.

Follow the World Rookie Tour
Web: www.worldrookietour.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/worldrookietour
Instagram: www.instagram.com/worldrookietour  @worldrookietour #worldrookietour
Vimeo: www.vimeo.com/channels/worldrookietour
email: info@worldrookietour.com

If you dream to become a professional action sport athlete,
then your future starts from the World Rookie Tour!

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