La Molina

La Molina
Federacion Catalana Deportes de Invierno Avda. del Carrilet 3, edif. D, 3a planta 08902 - Hospitalet de Llobregat

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  • Due to the perfect conditions at site, dedication to the sport and a long history in organising many events, La Molina hosted its first ever Snowboard FIS World Cup in 2008 with two parallel races making the resort the second ever to stage a World Cup competition in Spain. In 2009, one PGS, one snowboard cross and one halfpipe competition took place - the prelude to what was still to come.

    In 2010, the World Cup finals took place being the perfect and last test for the 9th Snowboard FIS World Championships which were successfully hosted in January 2011 - despite very warm weather conditions and lack of snow.

    In 2012, 2013 and 2014some more World Cup action followed with the FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup finals wrapping up the 2015 season in Catalonia. 


     Year  Ladies  Men  Event  Format
     2008  Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2008  Heidi Neururer (AUT)  Rok Flander (SLO)  PSL  re-run
     2009  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Markus Schairer (AUT)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2009  Kjersti Buaas (NOR)  Markus Keller (SUI)  HP  
     2009  Amelie Kober (GER)  Jasey Jay Anderson (CAN)  PGS  re-run
     2010  Helene Olafsen (NOR)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2010  Holly Crawford (AUS)  Fredrik Austbo (NOR)  HP  
     2010  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Jasey Jay Anderson (CAN)  PGS  re-run
     2012  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2013  Anke Karstens (GER)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2014  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Paul Berg (GER)  SBX  Heat of 4


    Spain's most advanced resort which installed its first mechanical ski lift in 1943 has 61km of slopes to offer. In addition, La Molina also provides two halfpipes (including the first one in the Pyrenees) and two snowparks which have been the key to some Catalan rider's career within the Spanish team.

    16 lifts bring snow enthusiast on top of 53 different slopes where 444 snow cannons make sure that enough snow is available on 27km if Petrus doesn't send down enough of the precious white snowflakes.

    In addition, the future will bring a major project: By integrating Alp 2500 - a pass which connects the resort of La Molina and Masella - one of the Pyrenees' biggest surfaces will be available for winter sports. 133km of terrain will be attractive for everyone nearby.

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  • Paul Berg (GER) - in the red bib - rode the race of his life at the SBX World Cup finals in La Molina finally winning his career's first

    Maltais and Berg victorious at Snowboard Cross World Cup final's in La Molina

    Dominique Maltais (CAN) and Paul Berg (GER) have clinched the season's final snowboard cross race of the 2014 FIS Snowboard World Cup tour in La Molina, Spain.

  • Omar Visintin finished in 8 position today and was able to celebrate his first ever World Cup title as his main rival Jarryd Hughes failed to qualify

    Omar Visintin secures SBX World Cup title

    The La Molina time trials have wrapped up with a very unexpected result. As his main rival in the race for the Crystal Globe failed to qualify for tomorrow's finals Italian racer Omar Visintin has already clinched his career's first ever World cup title.

  • The course line for the La Molina World Cup finals

    La Molina course reminiscence of 2011 World Championships

    Course shaper Nick Roma has put together a special course design for the 2014 FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup finals at La Molina, Spain.

  • It's all about the Crystal Globe in La Molina

    Duel for the Crystal Globe

    Even Hollywood couldn't have written a better story for the last chapter of the 2014 FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup tour. Two riders will battle for the precious hardware in the very last event of the season.

  • Only two more SBX races left till the season finally concludes

    Snowboard Cross World Cup comes down the stretch

    As last discipline of the FIS Snowboard World Cup tour the international snowboard cross series will run its last races of the season in the up-coming week. On March 10 and 11, 2014, Veysonnaz, Switzerland, will host the single race which was cancelled last January. Just a few days later, on March 14 and 15, 2014, the SBX season's finals and thus the showdown for the Crystal Globes will take place in La Molina, Spain,

  • A date has been found for Veysonnaz

    Changes in World Cup Calendar

    FIS Officials have found a way to reschedule the Veysonnaz, Switzerland, snowboard cross event which was canceled a few weeks ago. However, to avoid calendar clashes the FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup finals scheduled in La Molina, Spain, had to be postponed, too.


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