e,junto a snowboarder norte americana Arielle Gold (16 anos),dominaram os pódios em Laax (SUI) ,deixando para trás grandes PROs do snowboard mundial. The rookies are becoming increasingly true protagonists in snowboarding events,not just those specifically dedicated to under-age athletes,but also considered elite in competitions like the Winter X Games and / or the Burton European Open (BEO) ... remember? Ayumu Hirano Young Japanese only 14 years won silver in halfpipe (HP) in Aspen (USA) ,and along the North American snowboarder Arielle Gold (16 years),dominated the podiums in Laax (SUI) ,leaving behind large PROs snowboard world.. And the World Rookie Tour (WRT) is surely the ideal platform to launch this great and difficult path of stones to try to become a professional rider and in this context it is worth checking the video recorded during the journey to Australia as a prize for snowboarders under 18 that stood out in the main stages of the World Rookie Tour (WRT) during the winter season 2011/12 .
Already the World Rookie Tour (WRT) 2012/13 is in full swing and just be done two other important stages of the circuit.The second edition of French Fries Rookie Fest,the official step in France,took place on 9 and 10 February 2013 in Avoriaz (FRA),attended by over 70 young snowboarders from Europe and North America.With the provision of a snowpark perfectly prepared for the occasion,the category rookie (15,16 and 17) Norwegian Marius Bakken won the most prestigious step of the podium,followed by Switzerland and by Swede Jonas Bösiger Anthon Bosch. Featured was another Swiss rider: Lou Staub,who with a nifty duoble back flip took the prize for best trick of editing.Among girls,the French Lucile Lefevre and Agathe Le Cornec managed to leave the English Nathalie Silkstone in third position.In category Groms (under 14 years),the riders really impressed by the high technical quality,until recently unimaginable for that age!The Belgian Steff Vandeweyer sent to see a 360 nose bong over the H that you earned,plus gold,the prize of the most stylish combo competition.In another second Belgian Flor De Laat,while French Sacha Moretti won bronze and the best trick,after performing one under cab flip.Special mention to the youngest athlete in the competition,Loic Deschaux that with only 8 years managed to qualify for the finals of the French Fries Rookie Fest 2013 edition of Avoriaz (FRA).
Rider: Yannick Hermann
. Few days ago was held another important step in the World Rookie Tour (WRT): Trentino Rookie Fest in Monte Bondone (ITA) which was held proof halfpipe (HP) in which the Swiss rider Yannick Hermann besides winning the gold in the category ,received on prize one wild card to participate in The 6Star Arctic Challenge,the most exclusive international competition halfpipe (HP) what happens in Oslo (NOR) in March .
Trentino Rookie Fest 2013 from Board.tv on Vimeo .
Besides the Swiss Hermann,on the podium of the rookies went up the German Luis Eckert (second) and Slovenian Max Kralj Kos (third).While among the groms,Tit Stante,another Slovenian snowboarder,won the gold medal,followed by Swiss Cedric Neff and the young Italian rider Nicola Liviero.Among girls,palms facing the Swiss rookie Verena Rohrer and the grom Slovenian Kaja Verdnik.It is worth remembering that all athletes who went on the podiums will be invited to join the Völkl World Rookie Finals in Ischgl (AUT),the high end of the circuit dedicated to snowboarders under 18,organized by the World Snowboard Federation (WSF) in collaboration as World Snowboard Tour (WST).Incidentally,has just been released an official statement of the World Snowboard Federation (WSF) warning that were associated with two other new countries: China and South Africa!Congratulations to true planetary motion that has always (and before the others ...) care,with affection,the progressive expansion of our sport.After all,they are the only legitimate federation of all snowboarders! # Ficaadica
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