The Absolut Park just wouldn’t be the same without its contests. They are a great platform for rookies and pros alike. And to make sure that all snowboarders and freeskiers are sure to get their money’s worth, we will be organizing our traditional Shuttleberg competitions again this year.
The Absolut Park Jib King 2019 is just around the corner!
Absolut Park is starting into the contest season 2019/20 with the Jib King.
The unique thing about this event: Jib King 2019 is open for everyone! Snowboarder and freeskier, boys and girls, amateurs and pros, they all can show their skills in the Absolut Jib Park and on the Absolut Park Stair Set.
It’s all about creativity and style
On saturday it’s time for the amateurs to shine on the obstacles in the Jib Park. It’s all about creativity and style to impress the judges and nick one of many Blue Tomato Vouchers with a combined value of 5,000 €. Since the lilltle ones should not come up short, there is also a kids- (up to 12 years) and a rookie-category (up to 15 years).
Sunday is the day for the pros: They gonna set the Absolut Park Stair Set on fire and battle for fame, fortune and 10,000€ prize money.
Participation is easy
Interested party can register at 9.00am at Chill House on both contest days.
Schedule Jib King 2019:
Saturday, December 14th / Jib King 2019 Amateur Contest
from 9.00am - Registration (Chill House)
9.00 - 10.30am - Training (Jib Park)
10.30 - 10.45am - Riders Meeting (Chill House)
11.00am - 3.00pm - Amateur Contest
Sunday, December 15th 2019 / Jib King 2019 Pro Contest
from 9.00am - Registration (Chill House)
9.00 - 11.00am - Training (Jib Park & Stair Set)
10.00 - 11.00am - Pro Masters Contest (Jib Park & Stair Set)
11.30am - 2.00pm - Qualification Pros (Stair Set)
11.00am - 3.00pm - Pro Contest (Stair Set)
· Kids (boys up to 12 years of age)
· Rookies (boys up to 15 years of age)
· Men (age 16 and older)
· Pro Men
· Pro Women
· Pro Masters (age 30 and older)
The Cash for Tricks Tour is a pop-up event tour that takes place twice a month from January to March in selected snow parks in the Ski amadé area. Two judges reward your best tricks with cash, you can collect five euros per trick. On January 26, the tour stops in the Absolut Park, you don't have to register for the event.
You can find information about further dates at www.skiamade.com/ride
At the middle of March, freeski and snowboard pros from all over the world meet in the Absolut Park for the Spring Battle, where they celebrate their season-end with an innovative contest and send it at the demanding setup.
The Spring Battle is a World Snowboarding Elite Level and an AFP Gold Event, but still, fun and creativity are the priority at the relaxed jam session. The follow cam format is very popular with the athletes; any registered rider handing in an uncut video in time, showing his or her best run, will be judged. Riders can film each other for a couple of days and have enough time to step up their trick level.
The ZSAEP Experience is a one-day freeski event in memoriam of Rainer Laa for rookies aged 18 and younger, who get a chance to show their skills at the Medium Line in the Absolut Park. You can register for free in the Chill House next to the Jib Park on the day of the event.
ZSAEP EXPERIENCE 2019:
1. Laurin Hafner
2. Nico Huber
3. Peter Hanl
4. Tobias Höhenwarter
5. Tobias Kolb
6. Tobias Huber
7. Samuel Cherlias
8. Maximilian Speer
9. Peter Vidmar
10. Fabian Kocher
11. Florian Döllerer
12. Robert Rettensteiner
13. Luis Resch
14. Bernhard Hafner
15. Stefan Heiss
16. David Weissacher
17. Tobi Aichhorn
18. Jakob Frick
18. Simon Rinder
20. Frederik Skaarola
21. Simon Strubreiter
22. Stefan Glaser
23. Jan Koutny
23. Elias Eugler
25. Rene Quehenberger
26. Andi Storer
27. Alexander Walkner
28. Maximilian Naglmayer
29. Georg Lafek
30. Kevin Holzmann
31. Sebastian Schober
32. Jonas Lüdold
33. Nik Howson
34. Ronald Stock
35. Peter Lauter
36. Josef Kasper Bliem
37. Seventeh Olah
38. Dario Jakob
39. Valentin Fink
40. Paul Margreiter
41. Peter Siller
1. Selina Mayer
1. Florian Reiter
2. Andre Walkner
3. Nicolas Heiss