WSF Adaptive World Cup and Adaptive Events 2008

WSF and Canadian Snowboard Federation announce the first ever adaptive snowboarding World Cup in Whistler, BC and a full international adaptive snowboarding activities calendar including training camps, competitions and information seminars taking place this season around the World, culminating in the first Adaptive Snowboard World Championship in USA.

Whistler Blackcomb, Whistler, B.C., CAN
March 14, 2008

The World Snowboard Federation and the Canadian Snowboard Federation are hosting the first ever adaptive snowboarding World Cup in Whistler, BC on March 14, 2008 during the CASP International Summit. Competition format includes a single person snowboardcross race with inspection, training and 2 time trial runs. Prizes will be awarded to the top three women and men. Adaptive Snowboarding athletes from Canada and from around the world are invited to compete. Please see the following Race Notice for details.

For more information please visit the CSF’s website at or contact Danny Buntain, Sport Development Coordinator at the CSF, by email at or by phone 604-714-2236.

WSF Adaptive World Cup 2008 – Event Notice

CASP Summit 2008 – Event Notice

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

The World Snowboard Federation defines adaptive snowboarding as a modified version of the sport of snowboarding, with changes in equipment, rules, and technical specifications that enable persons with physical disabilities to participate in both recreational and competitive activities.

If there are any adaptive snowboarding activities that will be taking place this season that are not included on the calendar, please contact Danny Buntain by email at to have them added.

Download the Adaptive Event Calendar here

Gianpaolo Galli, adaptive rider from Italy (courtesy by

Author: mucca