It took the FIS Snowboard World Cup circuit eight years to come back to Slovenia, and until Rogla filled out a blank spot on the map.
In 2005, Maribor had been organizing a parallel World Cup. In 2013, the World Cup finally returned to the Pohorje region.
Ever since, Rogla has been hosting a World Cup event on an annual base. In the 2017-18 season, Local Organisers will take care of back-to-back parallel giant slalom races on the Jasa slope again.
|2013||Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)||Roland Fischnaller (ITA)||PGS||re-run|
|2014||Ester Ledecka (CZE)||Lukas Mathies (AUT)||PGS||re-run|
|2015||Marion Kreiner (AUT)||Vic Wild (RUS)||PGS||single run|
|2016||Ester Ledecka (CZE)||Andrey Sobolev (RUS)||PGS||single run|
|2017||Ester Ledecka (CZE)||Nevin Galmarini (SUI)||PGS||single run|
Rogla offers the enjoyment of winter sport from late autumn to early spring guaranteeing a minimum of hundred on-snow days on excellent slopes covered with natural as well as artificial snow.
Approximately 100 hectares of maintained slopes for beginners, recreational and competitive winter sport lovers contain 11 ski lifts, 2 chair lifts.
In addition, the fun park Rogla, located along the left side of the slope Mašin Žaga, offers a lot for the freestyle riders.
it consists of a halfpipe in the upper part as well as of several other elements such as slides, jumps, etc.
A special adventure is night skiing on the lit ski slopes Kosuta and Jasa.
Ramona Hofmeister (GER) and Benjamin Karl (AUT) have claimed victory in the second of two parallel giant slalom races of the FIS Snowboard World Cup tour which have been staged in Rogla, Slovenia this weekend therefore marking the last chance for riders to meet the international criteria to qualify for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games.
Ester Ledecka (CZE) and Andreas Prommegger (AUT) have claimed victory in the first of two parallel giant slalom races staged in Rogla this weekend.
Riders on the FIS Alpine Snowboard World Cup tour will turn in at the final stretch of their road to PyeongChang with the double World Cup event in Rogla, Slovenia marking the final chance to earn international quota spots for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea.
The last weekend of January marked a very special one in the long career of Rok Flander. The 2007 world champion, who has been part of the World Cup tour since January 2001, officially retired after his 143rd World Cup start in Rogla.
It's simply true: some stories can only be written by life. The latest one took place last Saturday when Slovenia's most successful snowboarder of the past years celebrated a long-anticipated comeback from injury with a great showing in his home soil event at Rogla placing third.
Ester Ledecka (CZE) and Nevin Galmarini (SUI) have triumphed in the 2016-17 World Cup season's second parallel giant slalom which was staged in Rogla (SLO) today.