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Livigno 2024 Junior World Championships going down this week

Mar 26, 2024·Snowboard Park & Pipe
The Livigno 2024 Junior World Championships opening ceremony
The Livigno 2024 Junior World Championships opening ceremony

With the Opening Ceremony taking place on Sunday and two slopestyle qualifications sessions already in the books, the FIS Park & Pipe Livigno 2024 Junior World Championships for big air and slopestyle are about to really get underway today at Mottolino Fun Mountain.

Slopestyle finals for both snowboard and freeski will hit the Mottolino course today, with junior men’s snowboard qualifications beginning at 9:30 CET, followed by slopestyle finals for both freeski and snowboard at 12:15 - though Tuesday’s schedule may be affected by some weather coming in throughout the day.

Thursday will then see snowboard big air qualifications taking place, followed by freeski big air qualifications on Friday, with big air qualifications for both snowboard and freeski closing out the Livigno JWCs on Saturday, with the start times for finals still to be determined as officials and organisers in Livigno remain flexible to maximise the weather windows. 

Across snowboard and freeski junior women’s and men’s fields there are some strong names to keep an eye on, with plenty of World Cup experience on hand along with dozens of future World Cup hopefuls from around the world. 

On the snowboard side of things, look to the likes of Tignes slopestyle World Cup podium finisher Romain Allemond (FRA), Gangwon 2024 Youth Olympic Games big air gold medallist and slopestyle silver medallist Eli Bouchard (CAN), Cardrona 2023 JWC big air silver medallist Rocco Jamieson, and Sunday’s top two women’s qualifiers Momo Suzuki and Yura Murase (both of Japan) to make some noise this week.

For the freeskiers the big names are highlighted by competitors like two-tome World Cup podium skier and 2023/24 big air World Cup third overall Flora Tabanelli (ITA), 2023/24 NorAm Cup first overall Katheryn Gray (USA) and World Cup regular Muriel Mohr (GER) for the junior women, along with 2024 Youth Olympic Games big air gold medallist Charlie Beatty (CAN) and slopestyle gold medallist Henry Townshend (USA), and 2021 JWC double medallist Henry Sildaru (EST) on the men’s side.

We’ll have worldwide livestream of all the competitions in Livigno available throughout the week, so stay tuned to FIS TV to catch all the action as the world’s finest young freeskiers and snowboarders drop in on Mottolino Fun Mountain for Junior World Championships glory.


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