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FIS Freeski World Cup Halfpipe Finals

The FIS Freeski World Cup Halfpipe Finals presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort will be an epic display of some of the best halfpipe skiing in the world. The world’s best women and men will hit the 22ft Superpipe at Cardrona, making their way down through the pipe performing 5 or 6 mind boggling tricks in each run, with the single highest run score taking out first place.

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DATE: September 7, 19

TIME: 11am

VENUE: Cardrona

FIS Snowboard World Cup Big Air Finals

The FIS Snowboard World Cup Big Air Finals presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort will have your heart racing as you watch the world's best women and men hit the massive Cardrona World Cup Big Air jump and bring their A-Game to NZ. The best two trick scores combined create the overall score for each athlete. Top combined score at the end of the event is crowned victorious!

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DATE: August 24, 19

TIME: 12pm

VENUE: Cardrona

Trans-Tasman Challenge presented by the Queenstown Resort College

We all love a bit of New Zealand v Australia rivalry and the Ice Hockey ramps that right up a notch. The Queenstown Ice Arena will host a three Test Trans-Tasman challenge between the NZ Ice Blacks and the Australian Mighty Roos to get you up on your feet and cheering. Always a fantastic night out in the heart of Queenstown.

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DATE: September 5, 19

TIME: 19:00

VENUE: Queenstown Ice Arena

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23Aug
  • Night Parallel Slalom
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 18:00Icon Free to Watch!
  • FIS Snowboard World Cup Big Air Qualifiers
    Icon CardronaIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!

Winter Games NZ will open this year’s event with a dramatic Night Parallel Slalom presented by Coronet Peak staged under floodlights, featuring top skiers from New Zealand and around the world at Coronet Peak. Watch the exciting racing and enjoy the great party atmosphere, with Night Skiing, live music and fireworks!

 

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Start List Women

Start List Men

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The FIS Snowboard World Cup Big Air Qualifiers presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort will have your heart racing as you watch the world’s best women and men hit the massive Cardrona Big Air jump and put it all on the line in the hopes of securing a place in the finals on 25 August.  The offical training days are the 22 & 23 August and are always worth a watch as these world class athletes warm up on the gigantic jump and prepare for their competition.

Starting around 10am in the morning (weather dependent) get up there early, grab a coffee and park yourself up for some awesome action!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Schedule

Womens Start List

Mens Start List

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

 

Result

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24Aug
  • FIS Snowboard World Cup Big Air Finals
    Icon CardronaIcon 12pmIcon Free To Watch!

The FIS Snowboard World Cup Big Air Finals presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort will have your heart racing as you watch the world’s best women and men hit the massive Cardrona World Cup Big Air jump and bring their A-Game to NZ. The best two trick scores combined create the overall score for each athlete. Each of the two trick scores that are combined must be earned by tricks performed in different directions (left, right, switch left or switch right).  Top score at the end of the event is crowned victorious!

Starting around 10am in the morning (weather dependent) get up there early, grab a coffee and park yourself up for some awesome action!

There will be training on 22 & 23 August and Qualifiers on Saturday 24 August, which is also a must do!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Schedule

Women’s Finals Startlist

Men’s Finals Startlist

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete info

26Aug
  • FIS ANC Freeski Halfpipe Qualifiers
    Icon CardronaIcon 10.15amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Alpine Super G
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Snowboard Halfpipe Qualifiers
    Icon CardronaIcon 8.35amIcon Free to Watch!
  • WPAS SHC Alpine Super G
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 11.50amIcon Free to watch!

Come and watch the next generation of Freeski athletes compete in the ANC Freeski Halfpipe qualifiers presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort. These athletes will be fighting for a spot in the finals on the 27 August. The Top 10 men and Top 6 ladies from the qualifiers will progress through to the three-run final.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Schedule

Women’s Start List

Men’s Start List 

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

 

Result

Athlete Info

The Alpine Super G presented by Coronet Peak is the longest of the three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. The gates are also set the furtherest apart allowing the athletes to get up to incredibly high speeds while still ensuring they make their turn around each gate. A thrilling high speed event to come and watch at Coronet Peak!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

Come and watch the next generation of up and coming Snowboard halfpipe athletes compete in the 22-foot Olympic Superpipe in the FIS ANC Snowboard Halfpipe Qualifiers presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort.  These athletes will be fighting for a spot in the finals on the 27 August. The Top 10 men and Top 6 ladies from the qualifiers will progress through to the three-run final.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Schedule

Women’s Start List 

Men’s Start List

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The WPAS SHC Alpine Super G presented by Coronet Peak is the longest of the three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. The gates are also set the furtherest apart allowing the para athletes to get up to incredibly high speeds while still ensuring they make their turn around each gate. A thrilling high speed event to come and watch at Coronet Peak!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

 

Result

Athlete Info

27Aug
  • FIS ANC Alpine Super G
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Freeski Halfpipe Finals
    Icon CardronaIcon 9.15amIcon Free to Watch!
  • Curling Mixed Doubles – Pool Play
    Icon NasebyIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Snowboard Halfpipe Finals
    Icon CardronaIcon 12.05pmIcon Free to Watch!
  • WPAS SHC Alpine Super G
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 11.50amIcon Free to watch!

The Alpine Super G presented by Coronet Peak is the longest of the three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. The gates are also set the furtherest apart allowing the athletes to get up to incredibly high speeds while still ensuring they make their turn around each gate. A thrilling high speed event to come and watch at Coronet Peak!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The Freeski Halfpipe finals presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort consists of three runs per athlete through the 22ft Olympic Superpipe (22ft) with the athletes top score counting. They perform five or six tricks per run and are judged on progression, amplitude, variety, execution and difficulty.  The winner of the ANC series (of which these Freeski Halfpipe Finals are a part of) will secure themselves an exclusive spot at the FIS World Cup Halfpipe events in the coming Northern Hemisphere season.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

A world-class international Mixed Doubles Curling tournament will be competed for at the Maniototo International Curling Rink in Naseby. Elite teams will compete in a five-day tournament with the top four teams from pool play progressing into the semi-finals and finals on Saturday 31 August. Always exciting to watch, each match lasts around 90 minutes and during pool play four sheets (rinks) will be operating simultaneously providing continuous entertainment for the spectators. Everyone loves the warm Naseby welcome and the classic kiwi feeling you come away with from the Central Otago town, one event not to be missed.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Click here for the Curling schedule.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

In the FIS ANC Snowboard Halfpipe Finals presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort athletes complete three runs through the 22ft Olympic superpipe (22ft) with their top score counting. They perform five or six tricks per run and are judged on progression, amplitude, variety, execution and difficulty.  The winner of the ANC series (of which these Snowboard Halfpipe Finals are a part of) will secure themselves an exclusive spot at the FIS World Cup Halfpipe events in the coming Northern Hemisphere season.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

The WPAS SHC Alpine Super G presented by Coronet Peak is the longest of the three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. The gates are also set the furtherest apart allowing the para athletes to get up to incredibly high speeds while still ensuring they make their turn around each gate. A thrilling high speed event to come and watch at Coronet Peak!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

 

Result

Athlete Info

28Aug
  • Curling Mixed Doubles – Pool Play
    Icon NasebyIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!

A world-class international Mixed Doubles Curling tournament will be competed for at the Maniototo International Curling Rink in Naseby. Elite teams will compete in a five-day tournament with the top four teams from pool play progressing into the semi-finals and finals on Saturday 31 August. Always exciting to watch, each match lasts around 90 minutes and during pool play four sheets (rinks) will be operating simultaneously providing continuous entertainment for the spectators. Everyone loves the warm Naseby welcome and the classic kiwi feeling you come away with from the Central Otago town, one event not to be missed.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Click here for the Curling schedule.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

29Aug
  • Curling Mixed Doubles – Pool Play
    Icon NasebyIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!

A world-class international Mixed Doubles Curling tournament will be competed for at the Maniototo International Curling Rink in Naseby. Elite teams will compete in a five-day tournament with the top four teams from pool play progressing into the semi-finals and finals on Saturday 31 August. Always exciting to watch, each match lasts around 90 minutes and during pool play four sheets (rinks) will be operating simultaneously providing continuous entertainment for the spectators. Everyone loves the warm Naseby welcome and the classic kiwi feeling you come away with from the Central Otago town, one event not to be missed.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Click here for the Curling schedule.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

30Aug
  • Curling Mixed Doubles – Pool Play
    Icon NasebyIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Freeski Slopestyle Qualifiers
    Icon CardronaIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Alpine Giant Slalom
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!

A world-class international Mixed Doubles Curling tournament will be competed for at the Maniototo International Curling Rink in Naseby. Elite teams will compete in a five-day tournament with the top four teams from pool play progressing into the semi-finals and finals on Saturday 31 August. Always exciting to watch, each match lasts around 90 minutes and during pool play four sheets (rinks) will be operating simultaneously providing continuous entertainment for the spectators. Everyone loves the warm Naseby welcome and the classic kiwi feeling you come away with from the Central Otago town, one event not to be missed.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Click here for the Curling schedule.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

Come and watch the next generation of up and coming Freeski Slopestyle athletes compete in the Slopestyle qualifiers presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort. The mind-blowing young athletes will make their way through a course consisting of rails and jumps, showing the judges their skills with as much variety and creativity as they can! These athletes will be fighting for a spot in the finals on the 1st of September. The Top 10 men and Top 6 ladies from the qualifiers will progress through to the three-run final.

 

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The Alpine Giant Slalom presented by Coronet Peak is one of three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. Athletes have two runs on two courses (the run is reset after everyone completes run one) with the athletes combined time used to determine the winner. In Giant Slalom events the gates are further apart than slalom, but closer than Super G, to test each skiers ability to turn through the gates whilst skiing at medium speed. Come on up to Coronet Peak to watch these amazing athletes battle it out in the Giant Slalom.

 

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

31Aug
  • FIS ANC Alpine Giant Slalom
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • Curling Mixed Doubles – Finals
    Icon NasebyIcon 3.30pmIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Snowboard Slopestyle Qualifiers
    Icon CardronaIcon 8.55amIcon Free to Watch!

The Alpine Giant Slalom presented by Coronet Peak is one of three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. Athletes have two runs on two courses (the run is reset after everyone completes run one) with the athletes combined time used to determine the winner. In Giant Slalom events the gates are further apart than slalom, but closer than Super G, to test each skiers ability to turn through the gates whilst skiing at medium speed. Come on up to Coronet Peak to watch these amazing athletes battle it out in the Giant Slalom.

 

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

Watch the top four teams battle it out in the semi-finals and finals of the world-class international Mixed Doubles Curling tournament at the Maniototo International Curling Rink in Naseby. Always exciting to watch, each match lasts around 90 minutes. Everyone loves the warm Naseby welcome and the classic kiwi feeling you come away with from the Central Otago town, one event not to be missed.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Semi Finals will start at 8am. Click here for the Curling schedule.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

Come and watch the next generation of up and coming Snowboard Slopestyle athletes compete in the Slopestyle qualifiers presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort.  The mind-blowing young athletes will make their way through a course consisting of rails and jumps, showing the judges their skills with as much variety and creativity as they can! These athletes will be fighting for a spot in the finals on the 1st of September. The Top 10 men and Top 6 ladies from the qualifiers will progress through to the three-run final.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

01Sep
  • FIS ANC Freeski Slopestyle Finals
    Icon CardronaIcon 12.30pmIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Alpine Slalom
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 9.40amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Snowboard Slopestyle Finals
    Icon CardronaIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!

Presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort and held in their Big Bucks Park, athletes complete three runs through the world class course with only their top scored run counting as the final result. The mind-blowing young athletes will make their way through a course consisting of rails and jumps, showing the judges their skills with as much variety and creativity as they can! The winner of the ANC series (of which these Freeski Slopestyle Finals are a part of) will secure themselves an exclusive spot at the FIS World Cup Slopestyle events in the coming Northern Hemisphere season.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The Alpine Slalom presented by Coronet Peak is one of the three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. Athletes have two runs on two courses (the run is reset after everyone completes run one) with the athletes combined times used to determine the winner. In Slalom events the gates are tighter and closer together than both Giant Slalom and Super G to test each skiers technical skiing ability. Come up to Coronet Peak to watch these amazing athletes weave their way through this highly technical course.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* will be held in Shadow Basin and the athletes with top results will be invited to the 4* event happening just a couple of days later.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

During the FIS ANC Snowboard Slopestyle Finals presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort athletes complete three runs through the world class slopestyle course located in Big Bucks Park at Cardrona with only their top scored run counting as the final result. The mind-blowing young athletes will make their way through a course consisting of rails and jumps, showing the judges their skills with as much variety and creativity as they can! The winner of the ANC series (of which these Snowboard Slopestyle Finals are a part of) will secure themselves an exclusive spot at the FIS World Cup Slopestyle events in the coming Northern Hemisphere season.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

02Sep
  • FIS ANC Alpine Slalom
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 9.40amIcon Free to Watch!
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!

The Alpine Slalom presented by Coronet Peak is one of the three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. Athletes have two runs on two courses (the run is reset after everyone completes run one) with the athletes combined times used to determine the winner. In Slalom events the gates are tighter and closer together than both Giant Slalom and Super G to test each skiers technical skiing ability. Come up to Coronet Peak to watch these amazing athletes weave their way through this highly technical course.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* will be held in Shadow Basin and the athletes with top results will be invited to the 4* event happening just a couple of days later.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* will be held in the Alta Chutes and is the highest level of qualification event to get onto the Freeride World Tour. Expect to see some top level Freeride athletes laying it all on the line for a chance at an exclusive Freeride World Tour spot.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

03Sep
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 9.40amIcon Free to Watch!
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Cross-Country Classic Sprint
    Icon Snow FarmIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* will be held in Shadow Basin and the athletes with top results will be invited to the 4* event happening just a couple of days later.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* will be held in the Alta Chutes and is the highest level of qualification event to get onto the Freeride World Tour. Expect to see some top level Freeride athletes laying it all on the line for a chance at an exclusive Freeride World Tour spot.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The FIS ANC Cross-Country Classic Sprint is one of three disciplines included in the Winter Games Cross-Country race programme. The Classic Sprint involves athlete covering a shorter distance as fast as possible using only the classic style of cross-country skiing. Their skis stay in a parallel position and they move forwards by sliding one foot forward at a time. Hosted at the beautiful Snow Farm NZ come on up to enjoy some world class racing and some world class views.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

04Sep
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 9.40amIcon Free to Watch!
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Cross-Country 5/10km Freestyle Interval Start
    Icon Snow FarmIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!
  • WPAS SHC Alpine Giant Slalom
    Icon CardronaIcon 8.30amIcon Free to Watch!

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* will be held in Shadow Basin and the athletes with top results will be invited to the 4* event happening just a couple of days later.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* will be held in the Alta Chutes and is the highest level of qualification event to get onto the Freeride World Tour. Expect to see some top level Freeride athletes laying it all on the line for a chance at an exclusive Freeride World Tour spot.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The FIS ANC Cross-Country Freestyle Interval Start is one of three disciplines included in the Winter Games Cross-Country race programme. The Freestyle discipline differs from the classic in that the athletes are allowed to employ both the use of the classic technique along with the skating technique. The skating technique is a newer technique in which you move your feet side to side (much like a speed skater) and it is a faster method of moving than the classic style.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

Alpine Giant Slalom is one of three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. Athletes have two runs on two courses (the run is reset after everyone completes run one) with the athletes combined time used to determine the winner. In Giant Slalom events the gates are further apart than slalom, but closer than Super G, to test each skiers ability to turn through the gates whilst skiing at medium speed. Come up to Cardrona and watch these amazing para athletes race down the course.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

05Sep
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 9.40amIcon Free to Watch!
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS ANC Cross-Country 10/15km Classic Mass Start
    Icon Snow FarmIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!
  • WPAS SHC Alpine Slalom
    Icon CardronaIcon 8.30amIcon Free to Watch!
  • Trans-Tasman Challenge presented by the Queenstown Resort College
    Icon Queenstown Ice ArenaIcon 19:00Icon $29 - $160

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 2* will be held in Shadow Basin and the athletes with top results will be invited to the 4* event happening just a couple of days later.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* will be held in the Alta Chutes and is the highest level of qualification event to get onto the Freeride World Tour. Expect to see some top level Freeride athletes laying it all on the line for a chance at an exclusive Freeride World Tour spot.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

The FIS ANC Cross-Country 10/15km Classic Mass Start is one of three disciplines included in the Winter Games Cross-Country race programme. The Classic Mass Start involves athlete covering a medium distance as fast as possible using only the classic style of cross-country skiing. Their skis stay in a parallel position and they move forwards by sliding one foot forward at a time. Hosted at the beautiful Snow Farm NZ come on up to enjoy some world class racing and some world class views.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

Alpine Slalom is one of the three race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ race programme. Athletes have two runs on two courses (the run is reset after everyone completes run one) with the athletes combined times used to determine the winner. In Slalom events the gates are tighter and closer together than both Giant Slalom and Super G to test each skiers technical skiing ability. Come up to Cardrona to watch these amazing para athletes weave their way down this highly technical course.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

We all love a bit of New Zealand v Australia rivalry and the Ice Hockey ramps that right up a notch. The Queenstown Ice Arena will host a three Test Trans-Tasman challenge between the NZ Ice Blacks and the Australian Mighty Roos to get you up on your feet and cheering. Always a fantastic night out in the heart of Queenstown.

Event information is available on Eventfinda and tickets are available from TicketFairy.

Game One Tickets | 5 September

Game Two Tickets | 6 September

Game Three Tickets | 7 September

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06Sep
  • The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* – Weather Dependent
    Icon The RemarkablesIcon 10amIcon Free to Watch!
  • FIS Freeski World Cup Halfpipe Qualifiers
    Icon CardronaIcon 8.55amIcon Free to Watch!
  • Trans-Tasman Challenge presented by the Queenstown Resort College
    Icon Queenstown Ice ArenaIcon 19:00Icon $29 - $160

The North Face Frontier is the Freeride event within the Winter Games NZ calendar, held in Queenstown at The Remarkables and consists of two Freeride World Tour Qualifier events. The aim for these talented skiers and snowboarders is to ride from the top to the bottom of the natural (ungroomed) face with as much fluidity, style and speed as possible while performing tricks on the natural features, like rock drops and cornices. The North Face Frontier FWQ 4* will be held in the Alta Chutes and is the highest level of qualification event to get onto the Freeride World Tour. Expect to see some top level Freeride athletes laying it all on the line for a chance at an exclusive Freeride World Tour spot.

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

The North Face Frontier is weather and snow condition dependent.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

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The FIS Freeski World Cup Halpipe Qualfiers presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort is going to be awesome! The world’s best women and men will hit the world class superpipe and bring their A-Game to NZ. Athletes complete two runs through the 22ft Olympic superpipe (22ft) with their top score counting. They perform five or six tricks per run and are judged on progression, amplitude, variety, execution and difficulty. The Top 10 men and Top 6 women progress through to a three-run final on the Saturday but action starts with training on 4 & 5 September which is great opportunity to watch the best in the world getting warmed up for the big show!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

We all love a bit of New Zealand v Australia rivalry and the Ice Hockey ramps that right up a notch. The Queenstown Ice Arena will host a three Test Trans-Tasman challenge between the NZ Ice Blacks and the Australian Mighty Roos to get you up on your feet and cheering. Always a fantastic night out in the heart of Queenstown.

Event information is available on Eventfinda and tickets are available from TicketFairy.

Game One Tickets | 5 September

Game Two Tickets | 6 September

Game Three Tickets | 7 September

Result

Athlete Info

07Sep
  • FIS Freeski World Cup Halfpipe Finals
    Icon CardronaIcon 11amIcon Free to Watch!
  • Trans-Tasman Challenge presented by the Queenstown Resort College
    Icon Queenstown Ice ArenaIcon 19:00Icon $29 - $160

The FIS Freeski World Cup Halfpipe Finals presented by Cardrona Alpine Resort will be an epic display of some of the best freeskiing in the world. The world’s best women and men will hit the 22ft Superpipe at Cardrona, bringing their A-Game to NZ. In this three run final the top 10 men and top 6 women from the qualifiers on the 6th of September will be going all out to snag the top spot and win the first World Cup of the 2019/2020 World Cup season. An absolute must see, bring a coffee and some snacks and settle in for the show!

Start lists and Daily Schedules

Start lists and Daily Schedules will be available here after the Team Captains Meeting commences the night prior to the competition.

For the latest schedule updates please check our Facebook Page!

Result

Athlete Info

We all love a bit of New Zealand v Australia rivalry and the Ice Hockey ramps that right up a notch. The Queenstown Ice Arena will host a three Test Trans-Tasman challenge between the NZ Ice Blacks and the Australian Mighty Roos to get you up on your feet and cheering. Always a fantastic night out in the heart of Queenstown.

Event information is available on Eventfinda and tickets are available from TicketFairy.

Game One Tickets | 5 September

Game Two Tickets | 6 September

Game Three Tickets | 7 September

Result

Athlete Info

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