Category: Snowboarding

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Spindleruv-Mlyn, Czech Republic- (16 March 2013) - Rebecca “Possum” Torr (Te Puke) and Christy Prior (Auckland) gave it a good nudge, but the slate was wiped clean and it was a...

Spindleruv-Mlyn, Czech Republic (15 March 2013) - It was one of the more commanding performances from the New Zealand women’s snowboard team in a big field of fifty-six riders from 23...

There’s nothing quite like a New Zealand summer. Long hot days spent enjoying the sunshine and hanging out at the lake.

Stoneham, Quebec, Canada (18 January 2013) - In an event which saw 10 of the women’s field fail to start, having sustained injuries in training, New Zealand’s Shelly Gotlieb was “happy...

Stoneham, Quebec, Canada (17 January 2013) – The International Ski Federation (FIS) World Snowboard Championships began today in Stoneham, Quebec, Canada with New Zealand’s Stef Zeestraten and Ben Comber both qualifying...

Stoneham, Quebec, Canada (16 January 2013) – The International Ski Federation (FIS) World Snowboard Championships begin tomorrow (NZT) in Stoneham, Quebec, Canada with members of the New Zealand team competing in...

Copper Mountain, Colorado (11 January 2013) – The third day of competition at the Sprint US Grand Prix saw two of the three New Zealand competitors in the top 10 in...

Landgraaf, The Netherlands (24 November 2012) - The Kiwis were once again triumphant on the second day of racing at the IPCAS race hosted by indoor snow centre SnowWorld in...

Landgraaf, The Netherlands (23 November 2012) - New Zealand adaptive snowboarder Carl Murphy (Wanaka) is celebrating the best possible start to his northern hemisphere season, standing atop the podium after...

New Zealand’s top snowboarders have welcomed recent news that two events of the Sprint U. S. Snowboarding Grand Prix in Park City and Copper Mt.

Day three of the K2 Big Mountain CHILL Series wrapped up this afternoon and it was another banger.

Day four of four, epic! Despite a doom forecast the competitors were up early and so too were the organisers.

It’s on! Come on up to Temple Basin for the 2012 Black Diamond Big Mountain, the final event in the 2012 CHILL Series.

What can we say. Epic! Massive Euro backies, 35 foot corked 360’s and more exposure than an R18 photo shoot.

Day one of the K2 Big Mountain CHILL saw plenty of gnarliness and all round good times.

The K2 Big Mountain CHILL Series kicks off on Wednesday next week at Mt Olympus and the list of registered athletes is jam packed with national and international heavy hitters.

Lake Wanaka (5 August 2012) - In the first international snowboarding event of the New Zealand domestic season, the Kiwis have dominated.

If you are interested in becoming a Slopestyle or Halfpipe Judge this clinic will get you started.

Lake Wanaka, NZ (3 May 2012) - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has made the exciting announcement today that two medal events for Para-snowboard will be included in Alpine Skiing...

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