IFSA Freerider Max Meza, a 16-year-old skier, wins the Teton Gravity Research 2017 Grom Comp!
The 2018 stops for the Freeride World Tour have been announced! Spanning 3 continents with 2 new stops, we anticipate an incredible winter of Freeride skiing and snowboarding.
The IFSA, in partnership with the Freeride World Tour and our wonderful resort partners, is excited to unveil the 2018 event schedule. We’re hoping for a winter as fierce as 2017 and encourage all our athletes to begin their snow dances now!
FWQ 2* competition in South America adds bonus “finals day” and increased prize purse for the event at Chapelco Ski Resort.
Marginal snow conditions combined with an unfavorable weather report forces cancellation and relocation of first FWQ event of the season in the Andes. Rescheduled competition to take place at Antillanca, August 16-20, 2017.
IFSA, in partnership with the Freeride World Tour, presents a full series of Freeride World Qualifying events for athletes to compete in the Andes Mountains. This is a fantastic opportunity to begin collecting points for the 2018 season at the FWQ 2* level.
We are excited to tell our IFSA Junior Athletes about the 8th annual Grom Contest from Teton Gravity Research, presented by Fischer Alpine Sports.
If you are unsure what to do with all the footage you collected from freeride competitions and freeskiing days this season, fear not! Put that footage to use to win SWEET weekly and monthly prizes from TGR. One grand prize winner will take home some SERIOUSLY awesome honors...
We need your help in ensuring the best possible future for the sport of Freeride. Take a moment to participate in the Pro Freeriders Board election. Your vote matters!
Local and regional organizers have been busy partnering up with the Freeride World Tour to create a dynamic and exciting Freeride World Qualifying (FWQ) tour in South America for 2017. FWQ Athletes can now extend their training and competition season down in South America with a diversity of great events.
Who won our random drawing for the SASS Backcountry Education Scholarship...?