Located at the foot of the historic Julier Pass, the town of Silvaplana serves as the base for the Corvatsch-Sils-Silvaplana ski resort group. Boasting one of the highest mountain stations in Europe, Corvatsch's 120kms of pistes and incredible 1506m vertical drop allow the mountain to showcase an impressive richness of terrain.
However, in early March, all attention turns to Silvaplana's innovative and pristine terrain park for the annual FIS Freeski slopestyle World Cup competition. Back again for the 6th time in a row the 2018 edition of the Freeski World Cup Corvatsch promises to be the biggest and best to date.
And while the final setup has yet to be announced, knowing that progression is on the menu for the snowpark crew in Corvatsch, we except nothing less than another top-notch course with plenty of room for creativity.
Sandra Naeslund (SWE) took her seventh victory of the season while Kevin Drury (CAN) earned the first of his career on Sunday in Sunny Valley (RUS).
Tess Ledeux (FRA) and Alex Hall (USA) best of a strong competition in Switzerland's Silvaplana slopestyle competition.
After two shining competitions on the world’s stage at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Korea the FIS Freeski World Cup returns to action with the penultimate slopestyle competition of the 2017/18 season set to take to the slopes of Silvaplana (SUI) on Friday and Saturday of this week.
After a hugely successful season-opening World Cup contest in August at New Zealand’s Cardrona resort, the 2017/18 FIS Freeski slopestyle World Cup season is set to get back on track for winter in the Northern Hemisphere, with the first of five remaining competitions taking to the storied slopes of Austria’s Stubai resort from 23-25 November.
A look back at some of the highlights of the 2016/17 FIS Freestyle slopestyle World Cup...
Nearly every event of the 2015/16 FIS Freestyle calendar to see US broadcast or stream.