Black Yeti welcomed almost 70 of the best young riders from eight different Nations around the world, arrived to compete on the slopestyle of the Monte Bondone ski resort. Despite challenging conditions caused by snowfall and low visibility, the riders exhibited a very high level of riding as demonstrated by an impressive riding style.
At the Monte Bondone Snowpark perfectly shaped, rookies could express themselves in tricks which brought to the podium 3 winners for each category. David Luckerbauer (AUT) and Margherita Meneghetti (ITA) have claimed victory in the Rookie category while Aatu Partenen (FIN) and Marilù Poluzzi in the Grom division.
David awarded first place with a very clean run: Boardslide Pretzel 270, Switch blunt 270, Cab180 front 360, 50-50 fs 360, Front720 toedge truckgrab, Backside blunt 270. Follow Leo Framarin (ITA) and Botond Fricz (AUT). On the girl’s side, Margherita Meneghetti from Italy wins with 50-50 fs 360, lipslide frontboard, backside 360, frontside 360, 50-50 backside. Second place for Federica Sola (ITA) and Emma Lantos (AUT).
Aatu Partanen (FIN) and Marilù Poluzzi (ITA) have claimed victory in the Groms division, that is born from 1st of January 2002 and up, shooting nice rotations jump combined with a stylish jibbing session. Aatu finished ahead Motiejus Morauskas (LIT) and Ethan Smith (GBR). Luca Mai Lane Hopkins (GBR) and Emma Gennero (ITA) rounded out the girl’s podium as second and third, respectively. See all the winning runs from Trentino Rookie Fest here.
All the podium riders are qualified for the 2017 World Rookie Finals scheduled in Kaprun, Austria, from 4th to 9th April 2017.
In the last two days the riders could get ready for this final day also with a cultural program which brought them discovering Trento and the MUSE, the extraordinary Science Museum of Trento. The museum mission is to explain Nature, beginning from the mountain landscape, with the eyes, the instruments and the questions of the scientific research.
World Rookie Tour writes once again an extraordinary page of international freestyle snowboard, with a serene atmosphere of international friendship.
Download full results here: www.worldrookietour.com/Trentino_Rookie_Fest_2017_Results.pdf
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NEXT WORLD ROOKIE TOUR STOPS
From Italy to Australia, from Swiss to Chile, the World Rookie Tour is the most prestigious event in junior freestyle, where the top-level young riders faced off on the best resorts in the world. In February, other 3 stops will be hosted by the best park in the world: Oslo in Norway, Keystone in the United States and Nekoma, Japan. Save the date: Oslo Rookie Fest in Norway 25th February 2017, USASA Grom Fest in USA also the 25th February 2017, Indy Park Rookie Fest, Japan from 25th to 26th February 2017.
Find all the information about Oslo Rookie Fest here.
Registration form and information about USASA Grom Fest and the Indy Park Rookie Fest will be online quickly on the WSF web site.
You can register for all World Rookie Tour stops right here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Everybody knows it, every kid loves it, and every champion was here! The 2017 World Rookie Tour, along with locations and formats, is as follows:
2016.17 World Rookie Tour – Calendar
South America Rookie Fest (SS) – Valle Nevado, Chile 12-14 August 2016 – DONE
Australian Rookie Fest (SS) – Thredbo, Australia 1 September 2016 – DELETED
World Rookie Rail Jam (Rail) – Modena, Italy 29-3 October 2016 – DONE
Corvatsch Rookie Fest (SS) – Corvatsch, Swiss 15-18 December 2016 – DONE
World Rookie Fest (SS) – Livigno, Italy 14-19 January 2017 – DONE
Transilvanian Rookie Fest (SS) – Sibiu – Arena Platos, Romania 20-22 January 2017 – DONE
Bulgarian Rookie Fest (SS + HP) – Pamporovo-Mechi Cal, Bulgaria 27-29 January 2017 – DONE
Trentino Rookie Fest (SS) – Monte Bondone, Italy 08-12 February 2017 – DONE
Oslo Rookie Fest (HP) – Oslo, Norway 25 February 2017
USASA Grom Fest (SS) – Keystone, USA 25 February 2017
Indy Park Rookie Fest (SS) – Nekoma, Japan 25-26 February 2017
Rev Tour Rookie Fest (SS + HP) – Seven Springs Resort, US 09-10 March 2017
World Rookie Finals (SS+HP) –Kitzsteinhorn, Zell am See-Kaprun, Austria 04-09 April 2017
Contacts for: registration, information and booking:
Matteo Fregni: email email@example.com, phone 0039.059.9783397
If you dream to become a professional snowboarder,
then your future starts from Rookie Fest!
ABOUT THE WORLD SNOWBOARD FEDERATION
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