The First Adaptive World Cup ever is on

The Canadian Snowboard Federation and the World Snowboard Federation are pleased to announce the first ever Adaptive Snowboard World Cup will be held in Whistler, BC on March 14, 2008.

Ian Lockey and Tyler Mosher competing at last Adaptive PSL Competition in Canada

Check out the first ever Adaptive Snowboard World Cup
Whistler Blackcomb to be Host Venue for the 2008 Adaptive Snowboard World Cup

The competition will be held in a Snowboardcross course, with inspection, training, and two timed runs. Prizes will be awarded to the top three women and men in their disability class. Adaptive Snowboarding athletes from Canada, USA, Europe, Australia and New Zealand are expected to compete for a spot on the podium. The World Cup is part of the second International Summit in Adaptive Snowboarding, hosted by the Canadian Adaptive Snowboard Program.

Adaptive Snowboard World Cup Competition Schedule Friday, March 14 01:00-03:00pm
Adaptive Snowboard World Cup Competition (Time Trials x 2) 04:00-04:30pm Awards;
Location: Base of the Wizard Chair (Blackcomb Mountain)
NOTE: All times are in Pacific Standard Time.

About the Canadian Adaptive Snowboard Program (CASP)
The Canadian Adaptive Snowboard Program (CASP) headed by the Canadian Snowboard Federation provides snowboarding opportunities to athletes with physical disabilities in Canada. The CASP consists of athlete development camps, adaptive snowboarding competitions, Sport Building workshops and seminars with international experts, and training opportunities for coaches.
For a list of scheduled activities, please visit our website:
For more information and to view a video of all our programs, visit

For more information, please contact: Danny Buntain, Adaptive Snowboard Manager Canadian Snowboard Federation 604-714-2236 (office); 604-6449697 (mobile) (email)

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