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  • Veysonnaz is a picturesque sunny mountain resort located at 1350 metres in the Valaisan Alps with an amazing view over the Rhone Valley and its capital city Sion.

    It is part of the "4 Valleys" ski domain with its 400km of slopes, 100 installations and its famous "Piste de l'Ours". Snow is guaranteed thanks to the numerous snow canons. And in addition, the perfect connection of the holiday village to Sion airport (20 minutes car ride) and to Geneva airport (2 hours car rode) makes it even more attractive.

    However, World Cup riders are especially attracted by a nice and very fast technical snowboard cross course which has been built for the world wide tour for the first time in the 2010 winter season.

    Starting on more than 2,500 metres of altitude and finishing in about 2,000 metres the track offers a breathtaking vertical drop of some 500 metres - with the start being a steep and crucial element of the track - while about 20 features have to be tackled all the way down.

    Due to this, it's no wonder, that the World Cup circuit comes back in 2018 for an individual and team event. And as it's the final race of the season, the World Cup title winners will also be crowned in Switzerland.



     Year  Ladies  Men  Event  Format
     2010  Helene Olafsen (NOR)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2012  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Andrey Boldykov (RUS)  SBX   Heat of 6 
     2012  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Nate Holland (USA)  SBX  Heat of 6
     2013  Nelly Moenne Loccoz (FRA)  Mateusz Ligocki (POL)/Alex Pullin (AUS)  SBX  Heat of 6
     2013  Ricker/Maltais (CAN)  Robanske/Fagan (CAN)  BXT  Heat of 4
     2014  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Fabio Cordi (ITA)  SBX  Heat of 6
     2015  Michela Moioli (ITA)  Lucas Eguibar (ESP)  SBX  Heat of 6
     2015  Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Alex Pullin (AUS)  SBX   Heat of 6
     2016  Alexandra Jekova (BUL)  Baptiste Brochu (CAN)  SBX  Heat of 6
     2016  Michela Moioli (ITA)  Lucas Eguibar (ESP)  SBX  Heat of 6
     2017  Charlotte Bankes (FRA)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  SBX  Heat of 6
     2017  Moioli/Brutto (ITA)  Schairer/Haemmerle (AUT)  BXT  Heat of 4



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