This past weekend, the major event for junior athletes this season was concluded by the last of in total 18 competitions among Freestyle Ski, Snowboard and Freeski disciplines, which went down from March 18-28. The 2021 Krasnoyarsk FIS Freestyle Ski, Snowboard and Freeski Junior World Championships in Krasnoyarsk were a highly successful event with some amazing sport battles, great emotions and really unbelievable performances.
To resume the 2021 JWCs, FIS Snowboard Assistant Race Director Peter Krogoll stated, “We are very happy that the organizers of Krasnoyarsk decided to hold all Junior World Championship competitions at one venue. There had been discussions to spread the various disciplines around a couple of venues, but it was then decided that everybody, especially the athletes, would benefit most from the single-venue setting. The organizing committee did a fantastic job to host a highly successfull, as well as safe, major event for our young athletes. We would like to thank the organizers of Krasnoyarsk 2021 for their hard work and big efforts to make this Junior World Champs possible."
On the snowboard side of things, we saw the full slate of competitions featured on the World Cup tour taking place with slopestyle, big air, halfpipe, snowboard cross, snowboard cross team, parallel slalom, parallel giant slalom and parallel team competitions all going down over the course of 10 days of events.
Here are the full results of the brand-new Junior World Champions in all of the above-mentioned events on a glance.
Click on the discipline headline for full results and click through the instagram link for highlight pics of each event. You can find a more detailed photo link at the bottom of this page at our "quick links" section.
1 – Evy POPPE (BEL)
2 – Yura MURASE (JPN)
3 – Telma SARKIPAJU (FIN)
1 – Rikuto WATANABE (JPN)
2 – Aoto KAWAKAMI (JPN)
3- Sam VERMAAT (NED)
1 – RUSSIA 2 (Daniil DONSKIKH, Valeriya KOMNATNAYA)
2 – FRANCE 1 (Guillaume HERPIN, Margaux HERPIN)
3 – CZECH REPUBLIC 1 (Bruno TATARKO, Sara STRNADOVA)
1 – Russia
2 – Japan 1
3 – Russia 1