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It was a jam-packed schedule of events on day three of the Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals at Cardrona Alpine Resort today with competitors in action in the International halfpipe as well as on the slopestyle course.

Day two at the 2019 Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals at Cardrona Alpine Resort saw ski competitors taking on the K2 Freeride while snowboarders raced the gravity cross course in the Smith Snowboard Cross.

Opening day at the 2019 Snow Sports NZ Junior Freestyle Nationals saw competitors in Under-8 through Under-18 age categories enjoying the K2 Skier Cross and Smith Snowboard Freeride at Cardrona Alpine Resort.

The Snow Sports NZ Annual Awards Night were held at the Lake Wanaka Centre this evening. Snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (Wanaka) was awarded the title of Overall Athlete of the Year. 

The 2019 Snowvision NZ Alpine Youth Champions were crowned on Friday 27 September after two full-on days of Slalom, Super-G and Giant Slalom racing at Cardrona Alpine Resort

Enjoy the highlights from day one of racing at the inaugural Snowvision NZ Alpine Youth Championships.

Day one of racing at the inaugural Snowvision NZ Alpine Youth Championships got underway at Cardrona Alpine Resort today with 75 racers in the U14, U16 and U19 age divisions competing in Slalom.

We are pleased to announce the nominees for the 2019 Snow Sports NZ Annual Awards presented by Augusta Capital.

After dominating the New Zealand National Junior Championships with two Slalom wins at Coronet Peak on 7 and 8 September,  and being confirmed as New Zealand U21 Champion, Sam Hadley...

The QRC Winter Games NZ, fuelled by Forsyth Barr snow sports action wrapped up with a spectacular showdown in the Cardrona Superpipe today with the FIS Freeski World Cup Halfpipe...

Adam Hall claimed his fourth straight win of the QRC Winter Games NZ with gold in Slalom today while Corey Peters also added to his medal tally with a win in men's sitting Slalom.

The second day of the FIS ANC Cross-Country series presented by Forsyth Barr at Winter Games NZ saw athletes racing the clock in the demanding Freestyle Interval Start races.

NZ athletes made the most of the opportunity to compete at their home resort as part of the Winter Games NZ with Adam Hall winning the men's standing GS, Corey Peters second in the sitting and Gemma Fletcher third in women's sitting. 

NZ freeride athletes dominated the podiums at The North Face Frontier 4* held as part of the Winter Games NZ

Kiwis took a clean sweep of the Men's Freeski podium with Finn Bilous 1st, Ben Richards 2nd, Manu Barnard 3rd. While Ronan Thompson claimed the win in Men's Snowboard.

Ben Barclay claimed the win in the Men’s Freeski ANC. Ruby Andrews finished second in Women’s Freeski, and Luca Harrington third in Men’s Freeski. 

Kiwi Piera Hudson continued her strong form from the recent ANC races in Hotham, Australia and wasn’t letting an altercation with a gate midway down the first run of yesterday’s race prevent her from charging into third place.  

Mitch topped his heats at the ANC Snowboard Slopestyle Qualifiers, stepping up to land a new competition run.

Alice Robinson was awarded the Janey Blair Memorial Trophy as the fastest finishing New Zealand female, second overall in the ANC Giant Slalom held as part of the Winter Games NZ today.

Today was a perfect day for big tricks in the Big Bucks park in the qualifying rounds of the FIS Australia New Zealand Cup Freeski Slopestyle with Ruby Andrews, Ben Barclay, Jackson Wells and Luca Harrington all making the cut to finals.

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