WSF Banked Slalom Tour

About Banked Slalom
Banked slalom combines the roots of snowboarding, surfing and skateboarding.
The past and the future meet in the banked slalom, the original discipline which everything started from. The WSF Banked Slalom Tour concept offers a platform and a network within currently existing events and support to create new ones.
Banked slalom is an easy way to bring more attention to snowboarding, from the media to new consumers: it is an all-ages discipline, a low risk sport and people have a lot fun competing in contests that do not require professional skills.

How to become a part of the WSF Banked Slalom Tour:
WSF invites all national associations that already have a banked slalom contest on their schedule to be part of the tour and fill out the attached application form to participate.
WSF also invite all of you to organize a Banked Slalom contest and get support from us on how to do it. We will give technical support to those who have never organized a Banked Slalom event, but WSF will also support the PR and communication for those events that are already planned for the season 2019/20.

Please download the application form and check out the general information, event benefits and recommendations. Membership application is to be found here.
Do not hesitate to contact us at: events@worldsnowboardfederation.org
Please send the application form back toevents@worldsnowboardfederation.org

WSF Banked Slalom Tour 2019/20 Calendar: 

30. August 2019: Treble Cone Banked Slalom – Treble Cone, New Zealand
11. January 2020: Hochkeil Banked Slalom – Hochkeil, Mühlbach am Hochkönig, Salzburg, Austria
5.-8. March 2020: SuddenRush Banked Slalom – Laax
7.-8. March 2020: Burning Boots Banked Slalom – Brauneck, Germany
15. March 2020: Shred Down Banked Slalom – Westendorf, Austria
3.-4. April 2020: QKLS Rally – Tahko, Finland

For any other info contact us here: events@worldsnowboardfederation.org

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