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  • Stoneham, Quebec, has a long history as a World Cup host with the first competitions being held in the resort in December 2002. But it is a special mixture which makes this stop at the mountain located within a 30 min drive from Quebec City so tradition-rich.

    Since the 2007/2008 season, the local staff organises the snowjamboree festival which brings everything together what snowboarding is all about. Lifestyle, fashion, music, youth and sport - all in a whole package make the tour's stop in Quebec a memorable one where all the riders love to come back to.

    But besides the stair master's action or the cat walk show in the city, which makes the nightlife so enjoyable, Stoneham Mountain provides a fantastic infrastructure for all athletes which the competitors of the 2013 FIS Snowboard World Championships were able to experience once again last winter.

    This season, Local Organisers will host a full set of freestyle snowboarding events: big air, halfpipe and slopestyle. As a result, Stoneham/Quebec will edge off Whistler (61) of the rankings top spot for most World Cup competitions held at site.


     Year   Ladies  Men  Event  Format
     2002  Sara Fischer (SWE)  Mathieu Bozzetto (FRA)  PGS  re-run
     2002  Ursula Bruhin (SUI)  Philipp Schoch (SUI)  PGS  re-run
     2002    Risto Mattila (FIN)  BA  
     2002   Heidi Kurkinen (FIN)  Vinzenz Lüps (GER)  HP  
     2003     Jaako Ruha (FIN)  BA   
     2003  Soko Yamaoka (JPN)  Antti Autti (FIN)  HP  
     2003  Ursula Bruhin (SUI)  Urs Eiselin  PGS  re-run
     2007  Fraenzi Kohli (SUI)  Heinz Inninger (SUI)  PGS   re-run
     2007  Helene Olafsen (NOR)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  SBX   Heat of 4
     2007   Manuela Laura Pesko (SUI)  Daniel Friberg (SUI)  HP  
     2008  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  SBX   Heat of 4
     2008  Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED)  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2008  Manuela Laura Pesko (SUI)  Gregory Bretz (USA)  HP  
     2009  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Markus Schairer (AUT)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2009  Soko Yamaoka (JPN)  Jeff Batchelor (CAN)  HP  
     2009    Stefan Gimpl  BA  
     2009  Amelia Kober (GER)  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2010  Maelle Ricker (CAN)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2010  Xuetng Cai (CHN)  Janne Korpi (FIN)   HP  
     2010    Janne Korpi (FIN)  BA  
     2010   Svetlana Boldykova (RUS)  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2011  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Nick Baumgartner (USA)  SBX   Heat of 4
     2011  Xuetong Cai (CHN)  Ryo Aono (JPN)  HP  
     2011    Sebastien Toutant (CAN)  BA  
     2011  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2012   Maelle Ricker (CAN)  Pierre Vaultier (FRA)  SBX   Heat of 6
     2012  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  PGS  re-run
     2012   Xuetong Cai (CHN)  Nathan Johnstone (AUS)  HP  
     2012    Antoine Truchon (CAN)  BA  
     2012  Charlotte Van Gils (NED)  Dimi de Jong (NED)  SBS  
     2014    Petja Piiroinen (FIN)  BA  
     2014  Rana Okada (JPN)  Ryo Aono (JPN)  HP  
     2014  Christy Prior (NZL)  Maxence Parrot (CAN)  SBS  


    A total of 39 trails of which the half also form the largest network for night skiing and snowboarding in Canada are covering 326 acres on four mountains.

    Above that, a 22-foot superpipe which is equipped with flood light makes night finals possible.

    In addition, an average annual snowfall of 420 centimetres and a high performance snow making system make this winter resort and host of the 2013 FIS Snowboard World Championships snow secure.



Latest News

  • The first steps to a massive ramp are done

    Quebec kicks off things

    Although there is still plenty of time to the big air event staged in Quebec City on February 20th, Local Organisers have started their construction phase for the ramp which will once again be build up right between two highways.

  • From this season on, riders like Sarka Pancochova (CZE) will get three runs to impress the judges - if they make it to the finals

    New format for slopestyle and halfpipe finals

    The up-coming season not only brings some new World Cup hosts such as Istanbul, Turkey but also a change in the contest format.

  • Riders are getting ready to drop in a new World Cup season

    Snowboard Freestyle World Cup Preview

    The 2014/15 FIS Snowboard Freestyle World Cup tour will feature a total of eight competitions taking place at five different World Cup venues, including the debut of a high-profile big air city event in Istanbul which will feature the biggest prize money in FIS Snowboard World Cup history.

  • In-run at big air Quebec City

    Thrills and spills galore at Snowboard Jamboree

    Local Organisers of Snowboard Jamboree presented by Mazda in collaboration with Videotron Mobile can say “Mission accomplished” after a thoroughly successful event that ran from January 16 thru 19, 2014.

  • Christy Prior (NZL) with historic result while Cheryl Maas (NED) and Anna Gasser (AUT) round out the ladies podium at the Stoneham Slopestyle World Cup

    Career first: Prior and Parrot win Slopestyle in Stoneham

    Christy Prior (NZL) and Maxence Parrot (CAN) clinched the penultimate slopestyle competition of the 2014 FIS Snowboard Freestyle World Cup tour which took place in Stoneham, Canada, today.

  • Halfpipe World Cup podium ladies at Stoneham with 2nd Yuki Furihata (JPN), 1st Rana Okada (JPN) and 3rd Hikaru Oe (JPN)

    Japanese riders dominate season's last Halfpipe World Cup | Okada and Aono triumph

    The last halfpipe contest of the 2014 FIS Snowboard Freestyle World Cup tour wrapped up with a Japanese freestyle show. The riders from the land of the rising sun dominated the finals at Stoneham, Canada, with a podium sweep on the ladies' side today underlining the importance of the event being decisive for some nation's Olympia selections.


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